Grand View Camp would love to serve your family this summer. Grand View Camp is a great place for fun, wonderful memories and life-changing opportunities as we endeavor to point young people to Christ. We have highly qualified, trained counselors and program support staff who are excited about spending time with campers. Safety is a high priority. Our staff are first-aid/CPR certified, and we have a nurse on call at all times.

Camper accommodations at our facility in the beautiful White Mountains of Arizona include a Main Lodge with a dining hall, meeting space, game room, coffee shop, and snack shop. Campers stay in cabins that hold 8-10 people with private bathrooms in each cabin.

Safety is our number one priority. Review our safety policies here.

General Information

• Arrival: Check-in starts Monday at 2:30 p.m. Camp program begins at 5:00 p.m. Departure: (Teens) 9:00 a.m. on Saturday. (Juniors) 9:00 a.m. on Friday.

• What to bring: Bible, bedding (twin-sized), pillow, towels, toiletries, camera, flashlight, spending money (camp store, craft shop, paintball), jacket or sweatshirt, activity clothes, nice casual clothes for evening services.

• Do not bring: Alcohol, drugs, tobacco, fireworks, weapons, magazines, apparel with inappropriate graphics or lettering, electronic devices (including but not limited to cell phones/music/media players).

• Camper conduct: As a Christian organization, Grand View Camp maintains high standards of conduct. Campers who use alcohol, tobacco, or illegal drugs will be dismissed. No romantic contact is allowed. Uncooperative or noncompliant campers are subject to dismissal.

• Clothing should come close to the top of the knee. Low necklines (front and back) are not acceptable.

• Medical professional: A medical professional will be on duty at all times. For the protection of campers, we are unable to retain campers with contagious conditions such as chickenpox and lice.

• Medications: Do not send medications unless prescribed by a doctor. Medications must be in their original container.

• Meals: Those on special diets must bring their own necessary supplements.

• Phone use: Phones may only be accessed by campers for emergencies.