Our kids are asking questions. All the time. At a young age, it’s “How will I get my homework done?” or “Who will I sit with at lunch?” As they grow, the questions get bigger. “Where do I fit in?” or “Is God real?” or even, “Who am I?” At Youthfront, we work to provide space where kids can search for answers and begin their faith journey. At Youthfront Camp,  we do this with:

FUN! There’s no denying that a huge part of being a kid is having fun. We believe one of the best ways to worship God is through wholesome play. A typical camp day holds plenty of time for hanging out in the Snack Shop, swimming, theme nights, zip-lining, water sliding, Splash Park, Nerf Wars, and more!

A SAFE PLACE. We provide an atmosphere where students grow in their relationship with God while having a blast in an environment specially tailored to their needs. Time and space is carved out for students to connect with their creator through play, worship, community, scripture, solitude, prayer, and reflection.


We are committed to loving and caring for one another in community. Camp is a special place of acceptance and love where strong and meaningful relationships are built. The practice of sharing life together at camp for just a few days creates a culture of spiritual growth among campers and staff.

If you were at camp last summer or are curious about what it looks like, you can check out some videos from last summer on our YouTube channel.

Grades 1 – 5: If you have always wanted your kids to have the Youthfront camp experience without staying overnight, now you can! Youthfront Day Camp offers 1st-5th grade children the opportunity to have fun with friends and discover God’s love for them through transformative activities, all while sleeping in the comfort of their own bed throughout the week. This experience includes our popular camp attractions, such as the Splash Park, Nerf Wars, climbing wall, zip line, Blob, pool & waterslide, and more. Campers begin their day at 8 am accompanied by caring adults leading programmed activities as they travel from southern Overland Park to Youthfront Camp LaCygne and arrive back at 5 pm. This week-long camp experience is Monday through Friday (with the exception of session 5).

Day Camp Schedule
*Please use FALL 2018 grade when registering camper.


Grades 3 – 5: This camp is 2.5 days, 2 nights and a ton of fun! Your camper will have a blast enjoying our Splash Park, water slide, pool, Blob, zip line, shaving cream war, Gaga ball, Nerf Wars, Night Strike, theme nights, basketball, volleyball, disc golf, and so much more. Not only is there so much to do, but campers will get to hear an incredible speaker and hear God’s story in an authentic, hands-on, and transformative way.

Kids Camp Schedule
*Please use FALL 2018 grade when registering camper.


Grades 6 – 9: This camp is 5.5 days, 5 nights and a full week of crazy, fun adventure! Campers get to spend the week enjoying all of our awesome camp activities, such as our Splash Park, water slide, pool, Blob, Nerf Wars, Gaga ball, Night Strike, theme nights, basketball, volleyball, zip line, disc golf, and so much more. Meanwhile, campers get to hear an amazing speaker and experience God like they never have before in this immersive camp experience.

Middle School Camp Schedule
*Please use FALL 2018 grade when registering camper.


New this year! High School Sessions 1A & 10 are now 3 nights, beginning the evening of the first day.

Youthfront Camp for High School students is an interactive experience on 600 wooded acres where campers have a blast and experience a wide range of outdoor fun through activities like our Splash Park, water slide, zip line, pool, blob, Gaga ball, disc golf and more! Plus, campers will have access to the interactive climbing wall, Nerf Wars, the Snack Shack, and so much more.  In addition to connecting in meaningful ways with friends, campers are given the space and time to experience more of God’s presence and begin to answer the harder questions like “Is God real?” or “Does God really care about the world’s problems?” As campers engage in practices including prayer, scripture reading, and conversation, they will begin to define who they are, where they fit in and learn how to live out God’s mission in the world.

High School Camp Schedule
*Please use FALL 2018 grade when registering camper.

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