Summer Camp

IMPORTANT UPDATE: The Oklahoma Conference is closely monitoring the recent outbreak of the coronavirus and doing our best to follow NAD and government precautionary advice.  At this time, none of the summer camps have been cancelled.  We will continue to monitor and post updates as the situation develops.

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Objectives for each Camper include:

  1. Meeting and knowing Christ as a personal Friend and Savior.

  2. Learning that by taking your friend JESUS with them in everything they do they’re guaranteed the most exciting and joy-filled life possible.

  3. Building self-esteem, personal growth, and interpersonal relationships through safe and enjoyable activities.

  4. Learning to value respect for the rights and dignity of others independent of their differences. 

  5. Provide a safe environment for campers to try new things and teach them that failing only happens if you don’t try.


A Foundation of Confidence and Character

Wewoka Woods provides an amazing opportunity to build values, Godly character, and confidence. Through learning to reach out and accept others, campers learn how to make friends and how to be good friends. By coming together on the playing field, they learn teamwork and sportsmanship. When taking on challenges in sports, arts, and aquatics, campers develop courage and self-confidence. Daily messages remind them of God special purpose for their lives. At Wewoka Woods, we help campers believe in themselves and doing their best to honor God. The growth that results from this Wewoka Woods experience stays with our campers well beyond their summer.


Summer Camp Information: 

Can there be anything better than summer camp? Wewoka Woods is calling and we want YOU to answer! We’re working non-stop to make sure that this summer is the best ever! God has blessed this camp and we look forward to meeting you and making sure you have a chance to get to know Jesus Christ in a greater and more fulfilling way!


Check-In & Check-Out:

Adventurer, Junior, Tween, and Teen Camps

       Check-In: Sunday, 2:00-4:30 - Check-out: Sunday, 9:00-10:30am

Blind Camp

       Check-In: Sunday, 2:00-5:00 - Friday, Check-out: 9:00-10:30am

Items to Bring
Sleeping Bag - Pillow - Bible - Modest Swimsuit - Towel - Toiletry Items - Camera - Flashlight - Sunscreen - Cash for Camp Store - Sabbath Attire - Comfortable Shoes (Tennis Shoes or boots for Horse Back Riding) - Jeans - Insect Repellent - Jacket/Rain Coat - Flip Flops/Sandals

Items NOT to Bring
Cell Phones - Knives - Guns - Ammunition - Fireworks - Tablets - Video Games - Electronics other than a camera - Junk Food - Jewelry - Alcohol - Tobacco - Drugs - Indecent literature. 

If found, these items will be confiscated and returned to parents at check out. Illegal paraphernalia will be reported to local authorities.

Camps Ages
Adventurer Camp: Ages 7-10
Junior Camp: Ages 10-12

Tween Camp: Ages 12-14
Teen Camp: Ages 14-16

Blind Camp: Ages 10 & Up


Youth Camp Fees

$299 / Week

$25 Early Bird Discount (if paid by May 1st)

$25 Discount for siblings.

Mission Statement:

To guide and inspire campers to develop healthy relationships with Christ, their friends, and their family through nature, learning, and wholesome fun.

2020 Summer Camp Dates 
Adventure Camp            June 7-14
Junior Camp                    June 14-21

Tween Camp.                  June 21-28
Teen Camp                      June 28-July5
Blind Camp                     July 19 - July 24


The purpose of the Oklahoma Conference is to 

"Proclaim, Disciple, Live With Christ"


4735 N.W. 63rd Street

Oklahoma City, OK 73132


Monday-Thursday: 8:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

© 2018 by Oklahoma Conference of Seventh-day Adventists®