One of the things that God continues to teach His children throughout their walk with Him is “Never stop trusting Me.” He continually reminds us of His presence, His power, and His provision in the Bible and constantly affirms His love by demonstrating these things in our daily lives. With this in mind, we need to keep reminding ourselves that God is bigger than sickness. He is also bigger than social unrest. He is not caught off guard and never has to change His plans. Over the past several months we have continued to seek God’s plan for Wolf Mountain, and little by little we have started to see what His path for us is. Through our local government, He has shown us that His path for this summer is the cancellation of all our summer events. This decision was made in light of the guidelines our county released this weekend. This is not what we would have expected, but we look forward to the unveiling of God’s plan and how He is choosing to use this time to accomplish His mission.


We are working very hard to seek opportunities to serve you this summer within the guidelines that are allowed. As we move forward developing a new toolbox for ministry, we will keep our mission of reaching young people for the Lord Jesus Christ, strengthening families, and serving local churches as the filter for every endeavor we make. Our hope is that with the help of Nevada County we will be able to find a safe and effective way to serve this summer.

Jon Moore

Director, Wolf Mountain Camps

Are we running summer camp?

With the most recent guidelines released on June 5, we are not allowed to run any overnight camp events. Our team is working with our county health department to figure out if we can offer day camps or single church rental groups.

What do I do if I've already registered and paid?

If you registered for a week of camp through your church, please work through your church coordinator. Working through your coordinator will help streamline the information coming to our office as well as make sure churches and camp are on the same page. 

If you registered your child for a week of camp individually, please call our office to communicate your plans and preferences.

There are a few options for dealing with an already paid registration fee:

  • You may forward your deposit to next year's summer camps. If you choose this option, Wolf Mountain will add $10 to your money, giving you a total of $60 toward next summer's camp.

  • You may ask for a full refund. If you choose this option, please allow until August for us to send a full refund your way in order to get our income stream flowing again.

  • You may choose to turn your registration fee into a donation given to Wolf Mountain to go toward our general operating expenses at camp. This would be counted in our Covid-19 Relief Fund and is tax deductible.