Camp Mitchell Summer Programming

Camp Mitchell has a long history of providing meaningful and engaging, faith-based programming for children, ages 6 to 18. For over 50 years children have spent part of their summer at Camp Mitchell, learning new skills, making new friends, and learning about the love God has for each of them. Camp Mitchell's programming is grounded in the belief that children grow when given opportunities to explore, play, and engage in meaningful friendships. Each year summer camp has a theme and each week the leaders of the week incorporate that theme into Christian focused programming. Along with this intentional faith based component, children are offered multiple opportunities each day to play, explore, and create. At the end of each week, kids will head home, taking with them craft projects, new friendships, and a more deeply grounded faith.

Camp Mitchell offers a few specialty camps with specific focuses. Please explore this page to find out more information about our summer programming and how your child can participate. 

Regular Camps

Camp Mitchell offers a traditional camp experience for children who have completed first through 12 grade. Children arrive on Sunday afternoon and stay through breakfast on Friday. Campers sleep in bunkhouses and spend the week swimming, hiking, creating arts and crafts, and playing games. Camp Mitchell is able to accommodate children with allergy issues and dietary restrictions. 

Specialty Camps

Camp Mitchell offers three different camps for children and adults who have unique stories and abilities. Please check the summer camp schedule for the dates of both Robert R Brown Camps and Dick Johnston Children's Camp.  If you know a child or adult who might benefit from one of these camps, please click the link below for more information. 

Focus Camps

Camp Mitchell offers two different themed camps for campers who are looking for a unique summer experience. For youth looking to spend a week focused on the creative arts, Creative Arts Camp is right for you. Young people interested in their connection to the soil through agriculture and environmental stewardship should consider farm camp.

Questions? Contact Jenny Knight at 501-727-5451 or