We offer two types of camps:

Father/Son Camps –Father/son camps combine outdoor activities, practical skills instruction, service projects, and Bible teaching to turn the hearts of the sons to their fathers. Winter camps require extra gear, while service camps feature reduced fees in exchange for service at the camp facilities. Click on the gray tab below for dates and locations.

Leadership Training Corps (LTC) Camps – LTC camps equip ALERT Cadets, who hold the recognition of LTC or higher rank, with leadership training and specialized skills, so that these young men can assume greater leadership responsibility in their units and pass on the skills they have learned. Fathers are strongly encouraged, and in some camps required, to participate with their sons. Click on the gray tab below for dates and locations.

Eligibility & Registration

To participate in all ALERT Cadet Camps, you must have completed the ALERT Cadet Basic Training Manual (BTM) before the camp. The BTM can be completed in 2 to 4 weeks.

To participate in LTC Camps you must also:

  • Be a member of an ALERT Cadet unit, with up-to-date membership paperwork, membership fees, and uniforms (this includes the remote families serving in 3rd Delta Units).
  • be at least 13 years old.

Registration

Click on the gray tabs above to read about each event or to register.

Schedules and packing lists are updated approximately one month before the beginning of each camp.

Medical Release Forms

Medical Information-Release Form – Son

Medical Information/Release Form – Father

General Liability and Model Release Form

Financial Assistance

Financial assistance is available to prospective ALERT Cadet campers. To apply for a scholarship, up to 50% of the cost of a camp, please download the Scholarship Request Form.

Cape Cod Father/Son Service Camp

Begins: Thursday, May 25, 2017 @6:30pm
Ends: Sunday, May 28, 2017  – mid-afternoon (with the option to stay until Monday)
Location: Buzzard’s Bay, Bourne, MA
Cost: $35 non-refundable registration fee per family

Following up on our 2016 Camp, we will look at the discouragement that looms when anger and fear are not resolved.

Additional Important Details

 

North Central Regional Father/Son Canoe Camp

Begins: Wednesday, July 5, 2017
Ends: Sunday, July 9, 2017
Location: Boundary Waters Area
Rock Ridge Christian Canoe Camp & Outfitters
2851 Camp Easton Rd.,
Ely, MN 55731
Cost: $100 for father/son, additional sons are $30. If additional canoe is required the cost will be $45 more.
Transportation and meals are not included. Bring your own.

This is an open camp for non-Cadet fathers/sons. 

We are planning to meet together in camp at 6PM Wednesday, canoe Thursday thru Saturday, arriving back at original camp Saturday PM. We will dismiss after breakfast on Sunday.

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Southern LTC - Big Sandy, Texas - SEPT 19-23, 2017

“Rise Up Men of God”  was the theme of the LTC camp this year. Cadet LTC’s and their fathers received training in “putting off the old man with his deeds” and “putting on the new man” in Christ, based on Colossians 3:1-17.

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Eastern LTC - Waynesburg, PA

Oct 9-14, 2017

The October 9-14, 2017, Eastern Region LTC Camp will be held at Strath an De’ Farm (Scottish Gaelic for “God’s Valley”) belonging to Jim and Barbara Butler in Waynesburg, PA, with staff reporting for training and briefing on Sunday the 8th. More details…

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Leadership Equipping Course

January 16-18, 2018

Enjoy two days with other LTCs in Big Sandy, Texas. Learn effective leadership skills and how to plan and execute Cadet events.

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ALERT Cadet regional and international camps assist ALERT Cadet fathers by:

  1. Serving as tools to motivate their sons and encourage them toward love and good deeds.
  2. Providing opportunities for training in specialized areas that might not be available at home.
  3. Allowing their sons to travel to different places, create lifelong memories, and spend time in God’s outdoor learning environment.

Testimony

There is no substitute for spending both quality and quantity time with our children, and LTC Camp provides the opportunity for both.  I was able to be fully focused and involved all week with my boys with activities that included bible study, character development, useful skill training, and team building.  We laughed, played, worked, and learned together and came away with great memories shared, as well as, hopefully, a keener vision for Godly manhood.

Cadet Captain Brett Whitaker
Florida