Thank you for your interest in registering for summer camp at Tekoa Foothills!
Due to an increased demand and reduced capacity for Covid safety, some of our camp sessions are already full.
If you are having trouble finding the camp you are looking for, please complete the attached form and a Foothills staff member will be in contact with you soon to confirm your placement on the waitlist.
Again, thank you so much for your interest and support in the mission at Foothills. We hope to see you soon!
For anyone looking to rent space at Tekoa Foothills for day use only, please complete this Reservation Request form.
Open year-round, the property boasts miles of hiking trails, a peaceful lake, adventure programs, an expansive field, a swimming pool, kayaks, canoes, and paddle boats (pool and boats are open seasonally). Groups may use the picnic shelter or the field to gather, play games, and share meals. Cars may be parked along the field to create a tailgate style area. This is perfect for birthday parties, church picnics, youth group outings, and family reunions!
If you are seeking a place for your retreat or special event, look no further! Tekoa Foothills might be just what you're looking for.
What volunteer opportunities are available?
Individuals interested in volunteering at Foothills during Summer 2021 must complete the volunteer form. Approval must be granted by the administration staff before working as a volunteer Skill Resource, Pastor, Nurse, Support Staff, or Family Group Leader.
Pastor of the Week
Nurse of the Week
On the second Sunday of every month (September-April) from 3:00-6:00pm, there are volunteer opportunities for the community to be involved in Service Sunday. Volunteers help out with a variety of projects around the property of Tekoa Foothills. All the tools will be provided. If any extra materials are needed, volunteers will be informed ahead of time. Please visit the Service Sunday page to learn more.
How can I get involved?
For any maintenance projects, please wear closed-toed shoes and a mask, and bring a water bottle and work gloves. Trained staff will lead these projects and ensure that participants are comfortable using any equipment. Face masks are required while working closer than six feet to other participants and while inside any buildings or restrooms. Tekoa Foothills follows any Covid guidelines set in place by North Carolina and the American Camp Association to ensure the safety of all staff and guests. As these guidelines morph and change, our practices will shift as well. Contact us for the latest updates on Covid safety at Tekoa Foothills.
June 6-June 12: High School Camp
June 13-June 19: Missions Camp
June 20-June 26: Missions Camp
August 1-August 7: Barnabas Camp
Missions Registration Guide