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Camp Activities
Outdoor Activities
  • Swimming pool
  • Full court basketball
  • Sand volleyball
  • 2 GaGa pits
  • Softball field with backstop
  • 18-hole disc golf course
  • 9-square in the air
  • Two paddle boats for the lake
  • Eight kayaks for the lake
  • Tetherball
  • 2 cornhole sets
  • 8 Genesis compound bows
  • Two carpet ball tables
  • Three hiking trails (approx. 2.5 miles)
Indoor Activities
  • Climbing wall with three difficulty levels
  • Half court basketball
  • Carpet ball
  • Air hockey
  • BB shooting range (primarily summer)
Hilltop Facilities
Hilltop Christian Camp consists of 88 acres of heavily wooded land well suited for a variety of camping and retreat activities. The camp consists of modern facilities fully winterized for year-round use that will accommodate up to 150 campers with staff.

The Campbell Complex is our large multipurpose building. The middle of the building has a 50′ by 80′ gym with an indoor climbing wall and small game loft. Pool wing of the complex has two sleeping areas girls/boys with 8 bunk beds in each room along with bath/shower facilities located across the hall from each. This part is used for summer campers and has a total of 32 beds. Retreat wing of the complex consists of a small lounge/kitchen area. Located off the kitchen area are 2 additional sleeping areas with 4 bunk beds each and attached bath/shower facilities. This area of lounge and sleeping area is used for our summer staff. This building has a total of 48 beds and is great for small retreat groups.

This building houses our main office, kitchen, dining hall, chapel, small lounge, small 1st aid room and 3 sleeping rooms. The commercial kitchen is used for all our summer and retreat food prep and has an attached dining hall which can seat 150 people. The chapel is located at the other end of this facility which has a small stage and can seat about 100 or more if you don’t mind being close. The 3 sleeping rooms consist of the missions quarter (4 twin beds), deans quarter (1 full-size bed and 1 bunk bed), and an over-flow room (3 bunk beds). The shower facilities are part of the main restrooms in this building.

This building consists of sleeping rooms and bath facilities only. The front has a large deck used for hanging out and classes during the summer. The building is divided into girls/boys dorms. The dorms each have 6 rooms with 4 sets of bunk beds each or 48 girl beds and 48 boy beds. Shower/restroom facilities are located at the end of each hallway. This facility has 96 beds total.

The wilderness site is located about a 1/2 mile from main camp behind the lake area. The site is used mainly for summer camp and accommodates 36 people. This area site consists of a large open air shelter, 6 wood platforms for our canvas wall tents, small vesper area, and fire ring area. Wilderness camp is primitive but does have a single water hydrant. Camp provides port-a-lets for the site during summer.

Frequently Asked Questions

Cost varies for different camps and events. Our general fee structure is listed below.

Full week camps cost $230, which includes tuition for a full week of programming, themed t-shirt, daily snacks from the canteen, a group picture from the week, and all means and accommodations. This is inclusive of a $75 non-refundable registration fee.

Ice Breaker partial week camps cost $120, which includes tuition for a partial week of programming, themed t-shirt, daily snacks from the canteen, a group picture from the week, and all means and accommodations. This is inclusive of a $40 non-refundable registration fee.

Day camps cost $50, which includes tuition for a day of programming, themed t-shirt, morning and afternoon snack, group picture from the week, and two meals. This is inclusive of a $15 non-refundable registration fee.

*** There are early bird discounts available.

I think we can all agree that we enjoy our personal devices. They provide us with hours of entertainment and keep us connected to our loved ones. However, they can also be a distraction and gobble up our time. Camp is an amazing opportunity to meet new people and try new skills.

Therefore, we ask that all cell phones, iPods, iPads, MP3 players, and other electronic devices are left at home, as these can hinder your camper from enjoying camp to its full potential and can be distracting for other campers. For tips on what to pack, check out our essential packing list.

Though online registration is our preference in order to have the most readily available information on your camper, we understand that this is not possible for everyone. Please see our resources page to find our printable PDF registration form.

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Have more questions?
Contact the Camp Office at 812-988-4991 or hilltop@hilltopchristiancamp.com
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