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Miner Mania

This Summer, discover the excitement of Miner Mania and search for the treasure in God's Word at Treasure Mountain Bible Camp. Our camp offers a one-of-a-kind experience for kids, combining fun, mining-themed activities and games with a spiritual emphasis.

 

Come join us for an unforgettable summer adventure at Treasure Mountain Bible Camp!

2024 COMBO CAMPS

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Pastor Jasper Whiston

Rangely, CO

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Evg. Jim Van Gelderen

Menomonee Falls, WI

Combo Camp 1 - Available

June 17-21, 2024

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Coach Randy Peterson

Loveland, CO

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Evg. Dave Young

Milton, FL

Combo Camp 3 - Available

July 8-12, 2024

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Pastor Thayne Munday

Fort Morgan, CO

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Evg. John Goetsch

Lancaster, CA

Combo Camp 5 - Available

July 22-26, 2024

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Pastor Reece Alvarez

Cortez, CO

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Evg. Bruce Frye

North Carolina

Combo Camp 2 - FULL

June 24-28, 2024

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Pastor Jake DeField

Hotchkiss, CO

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Evg. Caleb Reed

Menomonee Falls, WI

Combo Camp 4 - Available

July 15-19, 2024

  • I think I left something at camp. Who should I contact?
    Please get in touch with the camp office and we will be glad to help you recover your lost items. office.tmbc@gmail.com | (970) 930-7859
  • What if I have special dietary requirements?
    Please indicate on your registration if you have special dietary requirements. We would love to work with you! Our food service team will be able to provide you with a menu and help you determine which foods from our menu you will be able to enjoy. Our kitchen does its best to accommodate for dietary restrictions but plan to bring your own specialty foods to supplement meal times.
  • What if I’m hungry in the middle of the day?
    Our camp snack shop, The Trading Post, has plenty of snacks, drinks, souvenirs, and much more to meet all your needs!
  • Will I like the food?
    We hear all the time that our campers love our food! Our camp kitchen believes in providing our campers with healthy and nutritious meals that will fuel their adventures and ensure they have the energy they need for all of our exciting activities. We only serve one option at each meal, but our kitchen staff works hard to ensure that each meal is delicious and well-balanced. Our dining hall is a great place to socialize and make new friends, and we hope that campers will enjoy the experience of eating together as a community!
  • Can I request a specific cabin?
    Yes, you can request a specific cabin! To request a specific cabin, please contact the camp office and we will do our best to accommodate your request. Please note that while we try our best to grant all counselor requests, it may not always be possible due to scheduling or availability. If you have any further questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to the camp office.
  • Can I request to be with a specific person/group?
    Yes, you can request to be with a specific person/group! To submit a request, please contact the camp office and we will do our best to accommodate your request. Please note that while we try our best to grant all counselor requests, it may not always be possible due to scheduling or availability. If you have any further questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to the camp office.
  • How many people will be in my cabin with me?
    All our main cabins will have 7-9 campers with 1-2 counselors. Our bunkhouse cabins will have 8-10 campers with 1-2 counselors.
  • What should I bring to camp?
    WHAT TO BRING TO COMBO CAMP: King James Bible Warm sleeping bag plus an extra blanket Pillow Towel/washcloths Personal items Warm coat Two (2) pairs of tennis shoes Sports clothes for team activities (shorts must come to the knees) Dark shirt and pants for water day activities Water Bottle Fishing Poles & Gear (optional) Camera Extra Spending Money - cash and/or card (for the Trading Post and/or Love Offerings) Girls - Dress and/or skirt for evening chapel services (leggings may only be worn under skirts or dresses) Boys - Collared shirt and pants for evening chapel services WHAT NOT TO BRING TO COMBO CAMP: Food (except for special diet foods) Animals Cigarettes Non-Prescription Drugs Alcoholic Beverages Matches Fireworks Weapons of any kind Electronic devices that play music, movies, or games Clothing promoting worldly activities Large amounts of money or valuables Spray Paint Knives
  • How many services are there each day?
    Most days there are three Bible preaching/teaching times (on Monday and Friday there are only one). Each morning and evening there will be a main preaching time from your designated teen/junior preacher. Each morning, campers will be split up in smaller groups for a special lesson time from many different, qualified speakers. These are special and important times each day!
  • What should I wear?
    MEN/BOYS: Please wear long pants with collared shirts to the evening meals and services. Please, no earrings, body jewelry, or T-shirts with worldly advertisements. Shorts that reach the knee are suitable for sport activities. WOMEN/GIRLS: Please bring dresses or skirts that reach at least to the knee when seated to the evening meals and services. Slits in skirts must not come above the knee. Loose fitting pants or shorts that reach the knee are suitable for sport activities only. Please, no open midriffs, tank or tight tops. Please, no tank tops, low neckline garments (front or back), or T-shirts with worldly advertisements. TMBC reserves the right to ask any camper
to change his/her attire if the camp staff feels it necessary.
  • What is the schedule like?
    Here is a of the camp day. Each day has been purposefully balanced with preaching, fun, and fellowship times!
  • What is there to do at camp?
    We offer a wide range of activities to keep our campers engaged and entertained. Some of the activities that we offer include basketball, volleyball, soccer, canoeing, kayaking, team competitions, and much more! Our program is designed to provide a variety of experiences that help campers have fun, make lasting friendships, and prepare their hearts for the preaching of God's word. We also have special activities throughout the week, such hiking, campfires, and preaching/singing competitions. Our staff is trained to ensure that all activities are safe, fun, and inclusive for all campers.
  • Can I request a specific counselor?
    Yes, you can request a specific counselor! To request a specific counselor, please contact the camp office and we will do our best to accommodate your request. Please note that while we try our best to grant all counselor requests, it may not always be possible due to scheduling or availability. If you have any further questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to the camp office.
  • What should I bring to Adult/Family Camps?
    WHAT TO BRING: King James Bible Warm sleeping bag plus an extra blanket Pillow Towel/washcloths Personal items Warm coat Two (2) pairs of tennis shoes Water Bottle Modest Active Wear Fishing Poles & Gear (optional) Hiking gear (optional) Camera Extra Spending Money - cash and/or card (for the Trading Post and/or Love Offerings) FOR MEN'S CONFERENCE ONLY - Guns and Ammo (optional) WHAT NOT TO BRING: Food (except for special diet foods) Animals Cigarettes Alcoholic beverages
  • How does our church pay the final balance?
    Your churches final balance is due upon arrival at camp. You can do this by mailing a check in advance or paying by cash, check, or card upon arrival.
  • Can sponsors bring their children to camp?
    Limited space is available for sponsors to bring their children (ages 0-8*) during any week this summer. Because there will be no childcare provided, children will need to remain with a parent during the services and sponsor meetings. For availability and pricing, please contact the camp office. *If your child is at least 9 years old or will be entering the third grade in the upcoming school year, he or she will attend the junior or teen camp program.
  • Can all our campers stay in the same cabin?
    Generally, we try to place churches in the same cabin, however, if your church group exceeds the limit of one of our cabins they will need to be split up into more than one cabin. Additionally, cabins are divided into designated junior and teen cabins.
  • Is it worth registering early?
    Absolutely! You get a discount as well as being able to choose the week that best fits your church’s needs.
  • Does my child need to bring any spending money?
    No, but it might be nice. Our Trading Post has a great selection of snacks, candy, drinks, ice cream products, TMBC “gear” (t-shirts, hats, jackets, etc.), and much more. The store also has CDs, Bible Study books, and many other items that will help your child in their spiritual growth. Additionally, there may be opportunities during services to give an offering.
  • What should my child do with prescribed medication?
    Upon arrival, each camper will turn in any regularly prescribed medication to our Camp Nurse. Each day, the camper will be given their medicine by the camp nurse and be followed up on to make sure they have taken the dosage for that day.
  • Is there someone to help my child if they get hurt or sick?
    Each week we have a registered Camp Nurse. Our camp is also equipped with a designated building that is capable of taking care of most minor injuries and illnesses. We have a great working relationship with a local doctor and hospital should there be any need for additional medical needs. Be assured that we will contact you for any hospital visits.
  • How can I communicate with my child while they are at camp?
    In order to keep the campers from being distracted and to minimize the chance for stolen phones, we ask that all cell phones be turned in to their sponsors at the beginning of the week. There is also no traditional cell service at camp. If you need to get in touch with your child, you can call the camp office and request to speak with them. The office staff will coordinate a time that works with your schedule and the camp schedule for him/her to call home. Also, in the event of a medical emergency, your child would be allowed to call home. If you would like to send mail to your child, please use the following address: Camper Name c/o Treasure Mtn. Bible Camp 1700 Marble Quarry Rd. Marble, CO 81623
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