Students Experience God's Wonders During Outdoor School at Camp Alamisco

Published on April 1, 2024

In April of each year, the Education Department of the Gulf States Conference hosts an outdoor school camp at Camp Alamisco for students in grades six, seven and eight. The camp offers a unique opportunity for them to experience nature and learn topics suited to the outdoors while growing relationships with fellow students from Adventist schools across the Conference.

During the 4-day excursion, attendees engaged in four classes, including canoeing, art, reptiles and model rocketry. They also had the opportunity to get involved in camp life by taking boat rides, experiencing camp fires and making friends with students from other schools.

Over the course of the camp, music was provided by Bass Memorial Academy students while Camp Ranger Todd Ward presented meaningful and uplifting worship services helping the students to draw closer to God while experiencing His wonders through nature.