Camp Registration for 2022 is Now Closed

About Us

Keystone Camps were started in 1988 out of a desire for a summer camp that replicates the standards and teachings followed and endorsed by Keystone Mennonite Fellowship. It started as a one week camp and over time grew into two weeks divided by age. As time went on, the decision was than made to transition to a segregated camp to offer one week for boys and one week for girls. Since this change we can now focus on activities and chapel sessions that are applicable to gender as well as avoid unnecessary boy/girl drama. 

Arrows Boys Camp Dates

2023 Camp Dates: August 7-11

Rubies Girls Camp Dates

2022 Camp Dates: August 8-12
2023 Camp Dates: June 19-23

Cloyd Good - Keystone Camps Director

Cloyd Good functions as the director of Keystone Camps.¬† He and His wife, Bethanne, have four children, and attend Lichty’s Mennonite Church.

When Cloyd is not busy working on details related to camp, he enjoys the outdoors and spending time with his family.  

Brian Sensenig - Assistant Director

Brian Sensenig is the assistant director of Keystone Camps. Brian and his wife Sherina attend Living Water Mennonite Fellowship.

Other Staff

Volunteers are always needed to make camp happen. Activity directors, camp pastors, cooks, counselors, and junior counselors all play a vital role in camp.  

 
If you are interested in serving in one of these roles, please email us to let us know.  

FAQ

How does camp worK?

Every summer Keystone hosts a one week camp for boys and then a month later a one week camp for girls. 

Keystone rents the facilities of Promised Land Camp. 

 All staff are selected by Keystone.  Staff includes Directors, cooks, counselors, junior counselors, activity leaders, and a camp pastor.   

Who is camp for?

Camp is for boys and girls ages 9-14. We are committed to serving the Conservative Anabaptist Community and give preference to those who are a part of Keystone Mennonite Fellowship.