Camp Heritage needs no introduction for Church of God campers. Many have attended this location for regional camp programs all the way back to 1996.
The Camp Heritage schedule (August) works well for homeschooled students, since you’re able to be flexible about when your school year starts. Camp is a great way to finish out your summer!
Our activities in 2019 will include swimming, riflery, archery, softball, field sports, rock climbing, volleyball and basketball. Christian Living class begins each day’s activities.
We’re accepting campers aged 12 through 18 (2019 high school graduates can still apply as campers if they desire). Campers will be divided into two programs: Adventure (for those aged 12 to 14) and Challenge (for those aged 15 to 18). Adventure-level campers will find new activities to explore this year (especially if it’s their first year at teen camp!), while Challenge-level campers can look forward to the 8-mile white-water rafting trip down the Youghiogheny River, a regular feature of the Camp Heritage program for many years.
Campers should arrive at Heritage between 1 and 3 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 11.
If you’re traveling to camp by air, plan to fly into the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, airport, so we can provide transportation for you to and from camp (no charge). If you fly into any other airport, you’ll need to arrange your own transportation to and from camp.
Camp ends on Sunday, Aug. 18. We ask that campers be picked up between 9 and 10 a.m.
Staff should plan to arrive in time for Sabbath services in the Uniontown, Pennsylvania, area Aug. 10.
Scott Lord, Camp Heritage
1624 Old Farm Ln.
York, PA 17403
12 to 18
Teen staff: $50
Adult staff: no charge
Aug. 11 - 18, 2019
Staff Arrives Aug. 10