Registration for all sessions starts at 3:00 PM. Check-out starts at 9:00 AM. Please refer to your specific session for start and end dates. Most sessions begin on Sunday and end on Saturday.
Galilee offers a variety of programs throughout the year for all ages. Each of our programs is carefully planned to create a welcoming community where participants have opportunities to step away from regular life and create new relationships, challenge themselves, learn more about themselves and the world around them, and enjoy the beauty of God’s creation. Camp Galilee is a safe and sacred space where all are welcome no matter their race, religion, gender, gender identity, or sexuality.
Our summer program for youth provides a meaningful and adventure-filled experience for campers ages 7 to 17. One-week sessions are offered from late June through mid-August.
Each year families and friends come together to enjoy summer at Tahoe. Family Camp provides optional program for all ages giving lots of opportunities to relax with beautiful surroundings and views, express oneself through arts and crafts activities, or take on exciting challenges through hiking, kayaking, or rock climbing.
A Day in the Life at Camp
Chapel Time: Join chapel each morning, where we sing,share stories from the Christian tradition, reflect on their meaning in our lives, and pray for our community and world.
Adventure Group Time: Each camper belongs to an adventure group, made up of 10-14 similarly-aged campers with leadership provided by counselors and staff.
Lunch: Have a delicious lunch on the water, on the trail, or on a bench overlooking the lake.
Cabin Time: Take a nap or learn to make a friendship bracelet, it is all up to you.
Adventure Group Time: Your group might take an afternoon kayak expedition, or hit the climbing crag near the summit. Or, maybe you will go camping, eating dinner outside and sleeping under the stars.
Dinner: Campers help with hosting several meals during the week.
Community Gathering: Each day ends with singing around the campfire, as well as a time of reflection at Point Prayer.
What will be the best part of your day?