Welcome to Woodland’s Home Page. We are pleased to be celebrating Woodland’s 67th year.  



The 2021 Woodland Bible Camp Registration Brochure may be found on the Registration Tab. Campers from 2020 have been mailed a Registration Brochure. Supporting churches have received Registration Brochures.

Woodland's COVID-19 Policy for the 2021 camp season may be found  on the Camp Week Information Tab. Please review this information at least three weeks before registering for camp. 







This year, Woodland is providing a $20.00 coupon to returning campers who bring a new camper(s) with them. The returning camper and the new camper will each receive $20.00 in cash at registration. Click here for Coupon.


Woodland Bible Camp 60th Aniversary Video


A Week in the Life of a Youth Camper

If you are a young person thinking about coming to Woodland for the first time, you may wonder what camp is like. Over the years, thousands of campers have attended Woodland and many have been coming for years. Woodland is a great place to have fun with your friends and make new ones.
The information provided below gives a general overview of a typical youth camp week. Each camp week has unique events and traditions which are not listed here.


Campers arrive to the Dining Hall between 3 and 6 p.m. for registration and cabin assignment.
Campers may register online at the camp website –woodlandbiblecamp.org. You can request to be in the same cabin with your friends.
You stay in air conditioned cabins with a maximum of 7 campers and a cabin leader.
The boys’ and girls’ cabins are on opposite sides of the camp. Each area has a community shower house and restroom facility.

Monday – Friday

Rise and shine between 6:30 and 7:00 a.m.
Camp meals of traditional American cuisine are served in an air-conditioned dining hall. Camp food is great! The cooks are excellent.
In the morning, there are a couple of classes/small groups, singing and a chapel service. There is also an evening chapel service. The classes are Biblically based, informative, and practical.
There are periods of free time throughout the day to relax and hang out with your friends.
The camp store sells soft drinks, candy and ice cream.
Recreational activities include basketball, softball, volleyball, octagon ball, soccer, carpet ball, foosball, ping pong, horse shoes, Capture the Flag, camp fires, other indoor and outdoor games and a waterslide.
During Intermediate Week, campers go to the Linton Pool for a private pool party and also go bowling.


Rise and shine at 7:00 a.m.
Pack your belongings and clean your cabin
Prepare to leave camp by 9:00 a.m.
You will leave camp tired, but having had a great time!


Be sure to read the entire Camp Registration Brochure before registering for camp and coming to camp.