Camp Infinity integrates a strong creation apologetics focus with STEM education. We help students learn to counteract skeptics’ attacks on the word of God that are based on so-called “science.”Learn more »
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STEM = Science + Technology + Engineering + Math. It brings together individuals with knowledge in each of these academic disciplines to work together to solve problems that would be impossible for an individual to solve efficiently. It emphasizes teamwork. It is a most important job skill for today's "high tech" job market. Read our blog: STEM's Synergy
Our overnight camps are blessed to stay at Potter's Ranch, located along the Ohio River in Union, KY. The address is 5194 Beaver Rd, Union, KY 41091. Please note, the camp property is protected by a gate. You will need the current gate code to enter. Contact Ci before you arrive as most cell provider's service does not reach the front gate. Here is a link to directions to the Ranch.
As a STEM camp, we focus on problem solving in a teamwork environment. With our robotics activities, unlike many camps and after school groups, we maintain a very low ratio of campers per robot. This maximizes each camper's level of hands-on robotics experience.
Each year our camps are new. While we keep the common theme of STEM & biblical worldview, the activities are new each year. At the beginning of each year, our program team starts meeting to plan the next summer’s STEM and spiritual theme. Then we begin creating new curriculum which corresponds to those themes. This next summer we are introducing drone technology into several of our activities. If your child has the qualities of curiosity and a strong desire to ask questions and learn about the Creation of the Creator, then Ci will NOT disappoint!
Each family needs to setup an account before they can apply to one of our camps. Only one account needs to be created for each family. If you forget your password you can request to change it and an email will be sent to you.
While we run our camps in northern Kentucky near the Creation Museum, our camp office is in Greenville, South Carolina.
We offer camps for students entering 3rd through 12th grades. We also offer a family camp for all ages.
We offer a variety of STEM programs to best suit the interest of each student. For example, we offer programs in robotics, biology, geology, astronomy and physics. All of our programs also include a strong biblical foundation in apologetics to teach students how to present solid Bible answers to some of life's toughest questions about origins of the universe, design, life, and ethics.
Camp Infinity has a variety of camps for your child to enjoy. We offer overnight camps as well as day camps and a family camp.
Our introductory program does NOT require an in-depth knowledge of any of the topics. However, it does assume each student has an interest in learning science and technology. Advanced programs require the completion of this introductory program.
YES! Due to the higher cost of Ci compared to most Bible camps, we encourage families to find ways to raise funds in a similar manner to what they would do say for a church mission trip. You can donate easily and securely via our website. If you prefer check, mail to our address listed at the bottom of our website.
Yes, we are registered with the IRS as a 501c3 organization. We provide an end of the year giving statement for all donors.
As the Lord burdens others who see the value of Camp Infinity and provides donations to assist those with financial needs, we will make these funds available through a financial aid application process. Our staff, under the direction of our Board, will determine the allocation of any of these funds. Tuition Reduction Program details
Camp Infinity is much more than most faith-based camps. It is a unique educational experience which exposes each student to various fields of science and technology. More details are our blog: Camp Infinity Investment.
No. We are a separate 501c3 organization operated independently. We have an operating board as well as a board of advisors. We work very closely with both AiG and the Creation Museum as we believe they provide some the best resources to provide our students with solid answers to relevant questions about science and the Bible.
We prayerfully seek college students who 1) love God 2) love STEM 3) love young people 4) love young earth creation worldview. Each potential counselor fills out an extensive application. We review these applications and follow up on 3 references per applicant - one of which is their pastor. Then we extend contracts to those we feel are best equipped to help us accomplish our mission in the lives of those students the Lord chooses to send us. It's an exciting process and one that gives great blessings as we hear from each counselor applicant what God is doing in their life and why they want to serve at Camp Infinity. Counselor application details
While the ACA (American Camper Association) recommends one staff member for every 8 students ages 9 to 14, Camp Infinity seeks to have one trained counselor for every 5 students. When you add in the non-counseling staff at Camp Infinity and our Living Headquarters, it's closer to one staff member for every 2 students. watch FAQ Video
Get excited for an amazing experience! Check out our blog (http://campinfinity.com/blog) and like us on Facebook to learn more about Camp Infinity. Once you've registered you will have access to the parent dashboard. This will contain valuable details. The most important item is your checklist. Be sure to read and complete it once it appears, usually Feb/Mar. An email will be sent out notifying you.
Yes. We pay to do a national background check on each counselor, teacher and volunteer. Basically everyone who is working closely with the students is checked. It is our desire to do all we can to insure the safety and well being of each student.
Parents are invited, and encouraged, to join us at the Creation Museum for our awards program on the final day of camp. During this time we will honor those students who have excelled in STEM as well as creation apologetics. Students will also demonstrate some of the activities they did during the week, such as their robots.
Yes, medications will be kept in a locked container by camp staff. Parents will be asked to fill out a Medication Authorization Form before camp begins. A trained staff member takes care of the daily distribution as indicated on these forms.
Deposits are non-refundable. Full tuition is due no later than May 15. After your full tuition has been paid, should you need to cancel for any reason, we will process a full refund (less deposit) no later than June 15. After that time if you need to cancel, we will issue your family a credit good for any of next summer's camp programs. If you wish, you may donate this amount to our scholarship fund to help needy students.
Yes, you can setup monthly payments to spread out your balance due. There is no additional charge for this. We created this feature to be a budgeting help to our families. The payments occur monthly on the same day, and once your balance is paid in full the payments terminate.
Here are the setup instructions:
1) login to your Ci Dashboard, here’s the link
2) Click on the green “PAY” button.
3) Setup your payment information.
4) Check “Recurring” under “Payment type”
The Creation Museum is excited to offer a customized discounted rate to Camp Infinity but due to the deep nature of these discounts they regret they cannot at this time offer additional discounts in conjunction with Camp Infinity.