Teen Girls Camp


New for 2022, Teen Girls Camp will offer girls ages 12-18 an opportunity to be creative, get active, and build strong friendships while experiencing all that Jacksons Point Camp has to offer, including archery, canoeing, swimming, and rock climbing. With a focus on leadership skills development, spiritual formation, and social justice engagement, Teen Girls Camp will encourage girls to live courageously. While this camp is ideal for girls who have participated in Grow or Brave programs in their local ministry units, all teen girls are welcomed to attend.


girls making heart shapes with their hands


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Captain Laura Van Schaick

Laura came to The Salvation Army through camping ministries (she even met her husband, Stefan, there) and has now been an Officer for 10 years.  Having recently written a curriculum to help girls Grow in Jesus, she is passionate about helping girls and women embrace their identity in Christ and empowering them to be agents of transformation in their communities. She has two children and loves hiking, biking, playing board games, and doing science experiments with them.

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Captain Tracy Savage

Also known as “Mom” to three amazing kids (and two furry dogs), and married to Jon, Tracy has been a Salvation Army officer for over 12 years. She loves camp, having spent time previously as a Divisional Youth Secretary in Ontario. She enjoys crafts, cooking, drives in the countryside, and creating over the top activities for her kids! She also loves making new friends and lots of laughter . . . and of course, sharing the love of Jesus with everyone she meets.




In addition to meeting new friends you can expect a day filled with fun activities like rock climbing, canoeing, hanging out at the pool, campfire and more! Join us for a week of non-stop fun, amazing personal growth and lasting memories!

rock climbing
Campers wearing silly hots and sun glasses
5 children playing on the Blaze playground
campers in the pool with pool noodles
Music Campers doing their daily parade to the dining hall