A week of camp is filled with exciting activities, Christ-centered counselors, high-energy worship, and much more. Take a look at the impact overnight youth camp at Pine Cove has on campers, then register for an unforgettable week!
Caleb “Wheelin’ N Dealin” Carter served four summers at the Pine Cove Shores and Timbers camps before spending the next nine years in full-time pastoral ministry. During that time, he was a middle school youth pastor, a community groups pastor, and a co-pastor in Greenville, South Carolina. He and his wife, Hannah “Patilla” Carter, are parents to two daughters.
Campers at all of Pine Cove’s overnight youth camps will stay in clean, comfortable, air-conditioned cabins! These bunk bed cabins sleep seven to eight campers and one counselor. Stay tuned for photos of the brand-new cabins at the Springs!
It’s good to detach. But it’s nice to get a peek of your camper every now and again, right? Introducing CampLife, a small, digital window into your kid’s week at Pine Cove. Keep up with camp—and get notified when your camper is tagged in a photo!
Nestled on the banks of beautiful Lake Louise right outside of Toccoa, Georgia, the Springs youth camp is conveniently located just 90 miles northeast of Atlanta and 70 miles from Greenville. Coming from Tennessee? We’re about 170 miles east of Chattanooga! The Springs is also just eight miles from Chimney Point, Pine Cove’s South Carolina family camp.
As parents, we will have many opportunities to face fears with our kids: firsts, new experiences, and trying again after failure. It can be tricky to know just how to guide them when fear rears its ugly head. But with some tips from a camper parent, professional counselor, and staff alumna, our guide to navigating childhood fears will help you manage fear in your home and with your kids–and get a glimpse of how our Christ-centered counselors help campers work through fears with courage and kindness.