Note: Please read the
Camp Rules and Policies pages
(especially the Dress Code) due to recent
updates from past years.
Camper Registration Form
Worker Application Form
Spring Rally / Fall Reunion
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As long as we
can remember, there has been a Spring Rally.
Sadly, the attendance has been
declining in recent years. In most
families, both parents (& a
lot of teens) work and they are
busy with sports/school/church
activities. Don't get us wrong,
SYC still needs your financial
support, but our actual fund
raisers will be a little
We will be
putting together themed baskets
IE. game night, OSU, bath &
beauty, kids craft, etc. They will
be displayed in the Dining Hall at
camp, bidding will close each
Friday and the winners announced
during Chapel. Baskets can then be
picked up on Saturday when parents
return. If you would like to
donate an item (or a whole basket)
that'd be wonderful!
We are also
planning a Fall
Reunion at camp with a
fun run, games, food, tees, crafts
and more. This will give our young
people one last opportunity to
spend time together before winter
shutdown in October.
If you have
questions about upcoming work
days, giving, basket raffle or
Fall Reunion please contact one of
the Board Members.
Also, we are
in need of workers... kitchen
staff, nurse, shepherds, janitor,
etc. If you are available to help
please contact the appropriate
Director (see applications for
contact info) or a Board Member.
Staff must have application with
references and obtain a background
check if staying overnight.
Reverend & Mrs. Herbert Householder donated a
wooded hillside near Junction City to the United
Brethren In Christ Church for use as a campground. For
over 60 years this campground has been used as a free
summer camp for children of all ages. Over the years
it has been a starting point for children to learn
about, receive, rely on, and serve Christ throughout
their lives. The camp has been known as a great place
for individuals to find life long Christian friends.
Even some marriages have come from these friendships.
Many have returned as adults with their children and
grandchildren to work and volunteer their time as
cooks, teachers, nurses, shepherds, pianists, song
leaders, camp directors & ministers. Reverend
Householder's vision was to keep this facility free of
charge for any child that wanted to spend a week at a
Christian summer camp. It is our mission to keep that
vision alive. We have only been able to do this
through the continued donations of time and financial
support from concerned and caring individuals. We
appreciate all the support you have given us and will
greatly appreciate any support you can give us in the
future. Thank you very much and may God bless you.
The Scioto Youth Camp
Click here for a
Brief History of Scioto Youth Camp
SYC budget runs about
$60,000 a year.
Funding for the camp now comes
completely and directly from individuals,
Churches. Any money for the
camp will need to be sent
directly to the camp.
Youth Camp would like to thank everyone
for your support in the past. With this
change in funding policy we hope you will
remember the camp in your personal and in
your Church financial planning. As
mentioned above we want to keep SYC a free
camp for any child that wants to attend.
Thank you and may God bless.
Youth Camp Board
information about our Church or our
Denomination go to: www.ub.org
Scioto Youth Camp P.O. Box 2
Rockbridge, Ohio 43149
Every Saturday in
May and every Saturday in June until
camp starts is a work day at the camp. If
you are unable to help out on a Saturday
and would like to help out on a weekday
or an evening contact us. firstname.lastname@example.org
There are always many projects that need
done each year. If anyone can help out
it would be greatly appreciated.
here to view the July 22nd. 2008 Storm Damage Pictures
Early Tuesday morning around
4:00 a.m. on 7/22/08 thunder storms with 120
MPH straight line winds hit Junction City and
Scioto Youth Camp. A Church group was using
the camp at the time. No campers or workers
were injured and no buildings were destroyed.
Four cars had heavy damage. A very large
number of the trees were destroyed and the
electrical system received very heavy damage.
Camp Location: 3880 State Route 37 West. One mile
west of Junction City in Perry County Ohio.
Phone 740-987-8000 (During camp
and on work days)
Last updated 03-21-18