Loch Leven Camp and Conference Center, shown above, has been the home of all PSWR camps since 1957.

Loch Leven Camp and Conference Center, shown above, has been the home of all PSWR camps since 1957.

The Christian Church Pacific Southwest Region sponsors various youth camps throughout the year at its own camp and conference center, Loch Leven, located in the Mountain Home Village area of the lower San Bernardino mountains. In the summer, week-long residential camp sessions are offered at Loch Leven for ages 4 through 18 (recent high school graduates).

Summer camps are organized by the Camps & Conference Committee of the Disciples of Christ Pacific Southwest Region and implemented entirely by dedicated volunteers made up of former campers, pastors, parents and young adults from around the Region. This program invites campers to explore, learn, and have adventures in Loch Leven's sunny 160 acres filled with streams, meadows, gardens, hiking trails, and wildlife. 

The winter season features a JAN Camp for middle school (grades 6-8) over the Martin Luther King Jr. weekend in January. A youth leadership conference titled "UNITE" takes place over the Presidents' Day weekend in February, and is open to open to all youth and young adults in high school to 25 years old. See below for details about our winter programs.

Camp can be a vital experience in the spiritual and social development of young people. You can help our youth attend by giving money toward "camperships" (camp scholarships) online. As always, your generous contributions to the PSWR camp program are tax deductible. 

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June 24 - 30  CYF2 Camp   Entering Grades 11, 12 & 2018 Graduates
July 1 - 7  Chi Rho Camp   Entering Grades 6 - 8
July 8 - 11  Mini Camp   Entering Grades 1 - 3
July 12 - 14  Wee Camp   Age 3 - Entering Kinder (Child attends with parent/guardian)
July 15 - 21  CYF I Camp   Entering Grades 9 - 10
July 22 - 28  Junior Camp   Entering Grades 4 - 5

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