Tipi Village is a unique site for 4th-6th grade campers that is based on the Native American culture. Campers cook all of their meals over an open campfire, live in tipis, worship around the campfire and ride horses. Tipi Village is the smallest site at Carol Joy Holling Camp so campers will become close friends with everyone and grow into a strong community of believers.
At Tipi, campers enjoy Native American culture activities that include outdoor cooking, stories about historical legends and natural gardening. Other Tipi activities include learning basic horse riding skills with certified wranglers, worship, Bible study, nature exploration, creative arts, climbing challenges on The Summit Course, swimming, archery, kayaking, fishing and more!
At Tipi Village, you’ll stay in a real tipi with other campers your age and a counselor.