Teen Camp is a place for students to discover and deepen their relationship with God.


July 14-19, 2024

For completed grades 6 - 12

At Teen Camp, students are able to step away from the negative influence of peers and media and step into a positive peer environment where spending time alone with God is part of the everyday. Each day is filled with teaching, worship, games, making new friends and connecting with old friends. 

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Teen Camp 2024: Run Your Race

We are so excited for Teen Camp 2024! This year, Rev. Geoff Cocanower is joining us from Hope Missionary Church in Bluffton, Indiana as our speaker. Geoff is no stranger to Prairie Camp and is excited to be back with us! Geoff will help us look at Hebrews 12:1-2, Philippians 3:13-14, and 2 Timothy 4:7 to help us learn what it looks like to Run Your Race, Who we are running towards, and how to finish the race well. Mike Phipps will be leading us in worship throughout the week, as well.

Register today!


Dorm Campers stay in a dorm with others who are the same age with the same counselors all week! 

All activities and meals are included in the registration cost.

*UPDATE* As of May 29, Dorms are FULL. To be added to the waitlist, please email Michelle@mcncr.org.


Campers@Large stay overnight at Prairie Camp, but with their parents or approved camp guardian. 

All activities are included. Meals are not included and may be purchased at the Camp Office.


If a Camper@Large is staying with someone other than a parent, both the parent and the person

they are staying with must give written permission. 

Download the form HERE.

Important Registration Information

  • Teen Camp/Family Camp Guidelines are in place to ensure that your teen and others have a safe and fun time at camp. Please take time to read them and share them with your teen.
  • For parents and/or camp guardians of Campers@Large, there will be a short, but important meeting Sunday at 9:00 p.m. in the Dining Hall tent.
  • Church Scholarship: If your church is providing a scholarship, it must be paid before check-in at camp.
  • There are a limited number of scholarships available from the camp to those who may need help to pay for Teen Camp. Download and print the scholarship application found HERE and mail before the first deadline.
  • Teen Camp has a strict "no cell phone" policy. In the event of an emergency, our counselors each have a cell phone and can provide that info to you at check-in.
  • Refund Policy: All but $25 will be refunded if cancellation occurs before July 1. After that date, there are no refunds.

Before You Get There

CHECK IN: 2-3 P.M.

Parent or legal guardian must check you in.

Save time by printing and filling out these forms and bringing them with you!

Check Out Form

what to PACK

  • Bedding
  • Towels / Washcloths
  • Toiletries
  • Warm Jacket / Sweatshirt
  • Bible
  • Pen/Pencil
  • Modest swim suit
  • Casual clothes
  • Tennis shoes


  • Portable gaming devices
  • Cell phone
  • iPod/MP3 player
  • Snacks (not allowed in dorms

CHECK OUT: Friday, July 19th at 6pm.

We encourage parents to check their camper out, take items to your car, and then stay for our evening service and a night full of fun and fireworks to celebrate the end of camp. Let your camper show you a glimpse into their own camp experience!

A look back at Teen Camp 2023