set up camp


Eat Burgers & Play Games

Set up to tent camp.

Fun in the Great Outdoors

Archery Shoot

Campfire and S'mores

Hiking the Gyp Hills

9:00 am   Required Safety meeting

Archery Shoot

Crafts in the Shade

Hiking in the Gyp Hills

Giant Slip and Slide

giant water slide

3:00 pm

2:00 pm ​pack up & clean up


Made in the Shade Art

games bonfire

Safety Meeting

10:00 pm

1:00 pm lunch & awards

kicking bear kansas 2019 registration

7:00 pm ​Supper

7:30 am ​Breakfast

6:30 pm Gather for Presentation

8:30 am Archery Adult Volunteers' Meeting

You may be only one person in this world, but you may be the world to one Child.


Check out the timeline on the right.

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FRIDAY  (Printable Friday)

Arrive anytime after 3pm to check in and set up camp.

There are various activities in the afternoon such as kick ball, water guns, horse shoes and more!  

There is a short presentation at 6:30...we are finalizing our guest this year.  In the past we've had horses, pottery making, etc.  

Dinner is served about 7 p.m.  FCC is grilling burgers again this year!

The fun continues into the evening with tug-o-war, barrel races, and other fun surprises.


The evening culminates with a campfire, marshmallows and s'mores, worship music, and a time for testimony.

SATURDAY (Printable Saturday)

Breakfast is served 7:30-8:30.  Donuts and Biscuits & Gravy are on the menu thanks to Our Father's House and Subway.

Volunteer Helpers for the Archery Shoot have a required meeting at 8:30.

All Archery Shoot participants are required to be at the Mandatory Safety Meeting at 9 a.m.

Saturday morning, from 9:30 to 12:30, the Archery Shoot, nature hikes in the Gyp Hills, and Made in the Shade Arts and Crafts take place. We will also have catch and release fishing for youth ages 11 and over.

Expect a few more drops of fun to be sprinkled in through the morning, including a youth favorite--the giant slip and slide!  Caution: the kids will get very wet.

Lunch and Awards are at 1pm followed by pack up and clean up.



Sleeping Bag


Lawn Chair

Comfortable clothes

     *shorts/t-shirts for day

     *sweat pants and socks for night

     *swimsuit or extra clothes for water slide

Shoes, both flip flops and tennis shoes will come in handy


Sun Screen

Insect Repellent

Age 11 & up: fishing pole & tackle



Water Stations and refillable water bottles

Restrooms (with lighting)

Showers & Sinks

Lights until bedtime


Bows & Arrows

Storm Shelter (shower house)

Please plan ahead if you require special accommodations.  We will do our best to provide options for common food allergies.  While there is electricity in the bathroom, backup chargers for medical devices are recommended.  If you have questions, please contact us.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Can I drop my kids off?

  No, all youth must have a responsible adult who    stays at the camp with them.  It can be a parent      or a mentor with the parent's permission.

Can I bring more than one youth?

  Yes, but your youth should stay in the same         group so that you may follow them together     through various activities.

What is ages is this camp geared toward?

  Ages 5-15.  Younger siblings are allowed to     accompany parents, but please know that you   should be vigilant as we are camping near a   creek and have archery and other activities going   on.  Older kids are invited to come help; the kids   love high school mentors!