Youth Camp 2020

It is with a heavy heart that our Executive Leadership Team, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, have made the difficult decision to suspend operations for Youth Camp 2020. Because of the ever-changing landscape of quarantine regulations, our strong commitment to the health and safety of our campers, and our desire to be financially responsible with the long-term mission of this ministry, we do not see another path forward this year. We are eager to see you again in Summer 2021.

We know our camper families and churches will grieve not returning to a place they love, a place that many call home. It’s devastating to imagine our property sitting empty this summer season. However, after consulting with public health officials, medical personnel, and Prescott business leaders, we believe this to be the wisest decision for everyone involved.


As you can imagine, losing our spring retreat season and suspending summer operations puts Prescott Pines in a very difficult financial position. Since September, we have spent a significant amount of money preparing for Summer 2020:

  • Recruiting & hiring summer staff

  • Improving our facilities

  • Adding new activities

  • Building new cabins 

  • Purchasing supplies for the summer


As a not-for-profit ministry, we have limited cash reserves. While we desperately want to run our summer program, taking a “wait and see” approach puts Prescott Pines at significant risk if we are forced to make this decision closer to summer. In the midst of this decision, we are furloughing the majority of our staff. 


These are hard times for all of us. Instead of choosing fear, anxiety, or worry, we are encouraging our Prescott Pines family to stand firm on the spiritual foundations that we know to be true: God is Sovereign. God is good. While we don’t understand what He’s doing or how He will use this yet, we are confident that He is in control.

If you have any questions please contact us at

Thank you for joining us!

Because of Youth Camp 2019, we had 33 campers accept Christ as their Savior, 111 rededicate their life to serving him and 56 commit to going to getting more involved in church! 


YOUTH CAMP #1 Grades 6th-12th June 28- July 3 2020 YOUTH CAMP #2 Grades 6th-12th July 12-17 2020 Camper grades are based on the grade your camper is enrolled in for the 2020-2021 school year. Check-in starts at 3:00 pm Sunday. Pick-up is at 10:30 am Friday. Camps fill up fast so they may close before the dates listed above. Individual Registrations We have an on-line registration program for all our camp sessions. To register please click the “Register” links above. The registration works best when using Google Chrome. When the registration page has opened you will create an account with a user name and password. Please save both for future camp registrations. Once logged in complete the camper profile and then register for camp. Payment may be submitted on-line or you can send a check to Prescott Pines Camp. Group Registrations Please call Ruth at 928-445-5225 or email to set up a group hold for your church. Once the hold is created you will receive a “group hold code” to give to your campers to use when registering for camp. They will follow the above procedure to register and enter the code into the group hold field of the registration form. The code identifies them with your church.


$347 – includes a camp t-shirt! $160 – counselor price All free-time activities are included in the registration price. But you may want to bring some extra money for: Snack shop Gift shop A $50 non-refundable deposit and completed registration form for each camper/counselor is necessary to reserve a spot. Counselors must be 18 and older. There are a limited number of Prescott Pines Counselors available for a $20 per camper fee. There must be 1 counselor for every 7 campers (2 male counselors for 8 boy campers, 3 for 15, etc.). Extra counselors (counselors who do not need to come to satisfy the ratio requirements) must pay the full camper fee of $347.


  • Churches – bring a total of 10 kids to any Prescott Pines sponsored summer camp & receive the 11th spot FREE!
  • There are also a limited number of scholarships available through the Heart Partners fund. Contact the registrar for more information or download a CAMPER SCHOLARSHIP FORM HERE .


For questions about summer camp, please contact Bre Orsburn at (928) 445-5225 or For questions about registration, please contact Ruth Wells at (928) 445-5225 or

Camper Care Package

Our Camper Care Packages are specially designed to help make every child’s summer camp experience a memorable one. We take the hassle and expense out of mailing a box to the camp by providing you with a great pre-packaged option. Just order one when your register, and we’ll take care of the rest! All care packages are handed out on arrival. Below is what was given for our 2019 care packages. Price: $30

  • Drawstring backpack
  • Baseball hat
  • light up wrist band
  • Journal & pen
  • Sticker
  • Sunscreen
  • Chapstick

Our Speakers


Jordan Francis

Originally from Birmingham, England; Jordan has a deep passion for reaching the next generation (Gen Z) and is an Executive Director of a Non-Profit called RLTK PHX that seeks to prepare people of influence to engage Gen Z. He is also a youth pastor in Central Phoenix at First Christian Church. He loves to learn and is currently pursuing credential to become a LPC so he can better engage the next generation based on their emerging needs. Jordan has an amazing wife named Kathleen and two children, Grace and Isaiah.

Brandon Grant

Brandon Grant is the founding and lead pastor of Rise City Church in Lakeside, CA - a suburb in East County San Diego. Brandon is married to the love of his life, Jamie, and they have four beautiful children - Elyse (9), Shepherd (7), Hope (5) and Connor (5). In 2013, Brandon and Jamie moved from Illinois to California to start Rise City Church. Since it’s launch, the church has quickly grown to 1,100 people, baptized over 300, given over $1.5 million away, and helped plant 8 new churches. Rise City was recently named on Outreach’s Top 100 list of reproducing churches in the United States. 

Our Band

The Jericho Project

Back in March of 2018 Zach Gonzales, Mari Baugh, Claudia Jimenez, and Filiberto Lechuga felt the Lord calling us together to serve through a worship ministry we are calling “The Jericho Project.” We were brought to the verses of Joshua 6 where the walls of Jericho fell. God instructed Joshua to lead his people and when the Lord instructed them to shout on the 7th day, they showed their love for the Lord through obedience. They blew their horns and shouted and the walls fell down. Just as Joshua was instructed by the Lord, our team has been instructed as well. God has already torn down walls in the hearts around us, and God is the one rebuilding. Rebuilding a generation of people who love, serve and obey him.