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Summer At The Ridge is a place your kids will want to be. This is a place where kids between the ages of 5 and 12, rising Kindergartners through rising 6th graders, will make new friends, be curious and creative, learn valuable skills, and experience an unforgettable summer filled with fun and excitement.


Our camp staff is geared up and eager to provide outstanding service and a quality environment for your child's summer adventures. At Summer At The Ridge, we're committed to providing a safe, enjoyable and exciting experience for all campers in our care. We strive to meet each camper's individual needs and provide an atmosphere for social growth and development while maintaining excellence, value, and purpose within our programs and facility.


The overall mission at Summer At The Ridge is to invest in the hearts and minds of young children through fun and rewarding activities to help them grow and mature so they may be better prepared for full and rewarding lives.

Summer At The Ridge is under the organizational umbrella of South Ridge Church, which means we hold to same beliefs.

Q & R

Thank you for taking some time to check out our church community in more detail. Below are some of our most frequently asked questions and the corresponding answers. We know this is not an exhaustive list, so if you have a question that we haven’t addressed here, please feel free to contact us.

Is my 4 year old child eligible for camp? long as they are going into Kindergarten in the fall. So yes, if they are considered a rising Kindergartener.

Does the staff have experience with anxious campers?

We do. A few of the team are parents of campers, who have experienced this at going back to school in the fall or after breaks. You can expect a friendly, welcoming environment. Our commitment is simple: to provide a very safe and fun experience for your child.

Being connected to South Ridge Church, will my child be taught from the Bible?

We're thankful that we have a wide range of faith perspectives from campers and their families. We are committed with sharing principles and true stories from the Bible on Wednesdays. Our lead staff and many of our counselors are committed to live a Christ-centered life. If a camper has questions from Wednesdays, we talk with their parents about their questions. Our desire is to start or continue the conversation with the parents. We believe we are called to partner with parents.

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