Camp Native America
C/O Summit Training Post
PO Box 4707
Window Rock, AZ 86515
We invite you to be part of the vision of Summit Training Post. Join us for a summer camping experience on the Navajo Reservation in St. Michaels, Arizona.
Our summer camps are four days in duration, Monday through Thursday, with Friday being a clean up day and time of debriefing. Male and female staff members or interns will meet for prayer each morning before breakfast, seeking guidance and direction for our day’s activities. Then, off to the ‘mess tent’, our outdoor kitchen, to eat and get ready to experience a Camp Native American day.
The days are comprised of maintenance work on the property, horseback riding, hiking, mountain climbing and God centered children’s activities with a variety of other learning experiences. Campers will participate in Native American activities, such as learning the crafting skills of jewelry-making, pottery and weaving from Navajo craftsmen. We will also have the opportunity of listening to lectures by head government officials from the reservation, hearing historical as well as personal stories. Evenings are spent under God’s magnificent canopy as we seek His presence in praise and worship and the ministering of His Word.
A large and important part of each day and night spent at Camp Native America is the time we spend in fellowship with our Native American brothers and sisters. We have established close relationship with many Navajo ministries and families, and enjoy visiting and working with them.
To reserve your spot as a camper at Camp Native America 2008, please contact us at the following:
(928) 871-5106 or (609) 432-4934
Bishop Herb Hutchinson, CEO