Kiddo Camp 2019

At Kiddo Camp, we are building foundations by providing your child the opportunity to explore and enjoy life in a Christian camp environment.

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The purpose of our Kiddo Camp is to support the anchors of Milestone 4-Preparing for Adolescence. We want to invest in each camper to help them understand their identity in Jesus and to grow spiritually as a life-long follower of Jesus. Throughout our week, as campers participate in fun activities like hiking, rock-climbing, swimming, archery, crafts, worship and cabin time, our team is looking for God moments that will teach kids about God’s presence and purpose for them in each day.


Click the button below to download the parent packet. The packet includes an informational letter, detailed packing list, and required release forms. Please print and fill out these forms and turn in to the church office or turn them in at the Parent Meeting on July 28.

Parent packet

About Kiddo Camp

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  • Leadership

    Kiddo Camp is part of the Children’s Ministry of Valley View Church. Eddie Lee Brooks, our Children’s Minister, serves as Camp Director. Other church staff serve as well.

  • volunteers

    Kiddo Camp is staffed by a team of committed Christian volunteers (high school – adult). Each camp staff member must comply with all Risk Management policies which include a nationwide background check.

  • Medical Staff

    A registered nurse is present at Kiddo Camp during the week of camp. He or she will administer all medications and treatments needed by your child. A nurse will review your child’s medical form at our parent meeting or when you check your child in at camp.

  • No Visitors Please

    It’s important that each child be fully involved in Kiddo Camp so family visits are not allowed during the week. If any emergency arises with your child, you will be contacted immediately by a camp staff member.

Camp Piomingo

  • Location

    Camp Piomingo is located in Otter Creek Park, . To get to the camp, take Dixie Highway (US 31W) south to Muldraugh and turn right on Highway #1638. The entrance to Otter Creek Park is on the right approximately 3 miles after turning off of Dixie Highway. Once inside Otter Creek Park, follow the Camp Piomingo signs.

  • Safety

    Otter Creek Outdoor Recreation Area (OCORA) monitors all entrances to Camp Piomingo. There is no public access to camp. Certified Camp Piomingo staff conduct/supervise swimming, high ropes, rock climbing, and archery. Kiddo Camp staff are with our campers at all times.

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