Summer 2021 Registration Now Open!


YAA runs a variety of camps for 1st-12th graders. Whether this is your camper’s first time or they are a “seasoned summer camp professional,” there is bound to be something amazing for them at YAA!

$50 non-refundable deposit due upon registration. Camp prices listed below. All prices include a YAA-exclusive, Summer 2021 T-shirt! What a better way for your kids to remember one of the best weeks of their summer than with YAA swag!

We are committed to making sure that camp is affordable for every household. Historically, YAA underwrote 15% of the cost of every registration regardless of need. We are now posting rates that accurately reflect the cost of camp. If your family can not afford the full cost of camp, we will continue to offer an automatic 15% discount. Simply enter code YouthCamp15 in the discount code box below to receive this reduction. 
If further financial assistance is needed, we invite you to apply for a scholarship here.

Rookie Camp July 6-9 | 2-4 grade ($280)

Previously recognized as Mini Camp, Rookie Camp is geared towards younger campers who are ready to take the leap into overnight camp but not quite prepared for an entire week. Although shortened to three days, it packed full of endless fun and excitement. It creates a Gospel-centered environment in which kids are able to experience all that camp has to offer accompanied by awesome counselors. Without a doubt, Rookie Camp is the perfect choice for little campers looking for adventure without leaving home for too long!

Trailblazer Camp June 20-25 | 3-5 grade ($400)

3rd-5th Grade Camp has taken on a new face… Now introducing the one and only, Trailblazer Camp! This week is one that overflows with exciting adventures and new experiences in the great outdoors. YAA provides a welcoming environment in which campers are able to learn about Jesus while being accompanied by top-notch counselors.

Pioneer Camp June 27-July 2 | 5-6 grade ($400)

Pioneer Camp, formally known as 5th-6th Grade Camp, provides the awesome opportunity for returning participants to refine skills learned from previous years, while providing the chance for growth and new experiences. But, if you are new to the YAA scene, don’t worry, the camp is set up to allow everyone to participate and enter in, whether you are a seasoned camper or first time participant. Students are provided with incredible leadership, unforgettable memories, and amazing food!

Session 1 July 11-16, Session 2 July 18-23 | 6-8 grade ($400)

Calling all explorers! Once recognized as 6th-8th Grade Camp, Explorer Camp is entering the scene in summer 2020! And by popular demand, there will be two sessions available to accommodate all the individuals who desire to be part of an unforgettable experience. This week is full of countless activities and adventures while being mentored by some of the best counselors from across the country. Year after year, the camp trip to Hyalite Reservoir proves to be a crowd pleaser as kids get the opportunity to spend the day canoeing, rafting, and swimming in a fun, yet safe environment!

Senior High Camp June 13-18 | 9-12 grade ($400)

We are excited to reinvent this week of senior high camp for your high school students. While you may be familiar with many of our regular camp activities, this year we are excited to introduce a larger emphasis on spiritual leadership and development, and a week full of adventurous activities so that there isn’t a dull moment! Stay tuned for more details!

Archery Camp July 6-9 | 7-9 grade ($420)
This camp is for those with a keen interest in archery! Under the guidance of an expert archer, campers will enhance their skills using a variety of different bows. Space is limited! Drop-off is at 3:00pm Tuesday wth Pick-up at 3:00pm Friday. (Cost of camp includes all camp activities and bow crafting materials.)

Base Camp July 6-9 | 6-8 grade ($400)
Base camp is now open to boys and girls! Base Camp challenges you to exchange cabins for hammocks, dining hall meals for campfire cooking and skill builders of day hikes and back country survival skills! Space is limited! Camp is subject to a minimum of 8 campers registering.

Outbound Adventure Dates TBD | 9-12 grade & college ($400)

To all the high school students, this camp is designed specifically for you. Adventurer Camp is exactly what it sounds like this year as 10 high school students will join a backpacking expedition through the rugged and wild trails of nearby Gallatin National Forest. Participants will enjoy rich fellowship along the trail with guidance from two of our amazing Joshua staff who will offer mentorship and cultivate a fun-loving camp community with their students while they adventure together.


Campers get to explore camp life and return home each night. Days are full of fun activities, crafts, games, Bible lessons, singing, and so much more!

Summer 2021 Registration Opens New Years Day!


1st – 4th Graders


Day Camp 1 | June 21-25, 2021

Day Camp 2 | June 28- July 2, 2021

Day Camp 3 | July 12-16, 2021

Day Camp 4 | July 19-23, 2021


Drop off is 8:30 am every day

Pick up is 4:30 pm every day

How much?

$200.00 per week


Registration is open from 3:00 – 4:00pm the day camp starts. Closing celebration & pick-up at the end of the week is at 3:15pm.

Day Camp drop-off is between 8:30am – 9:00am each day and pick-up is between 4:30 – 5:00pm

The shuttle location will be Alliance Fellowship parking lot. Address: 315 S. 19th Ave. Bozeman, or the Northwest corner of 19th and Koch.

Select the shuttle option while you are registering your camper.

We can guarantee one buddy request if both registrations list the same requested buddy. We cannot guarantee a cabin full of friends.

For our residential overnight camps, we guarantee a 6 to 1 ration of campers to counselors in a cabin. This means a cabin could go up to 14 people with 12 campers and 2 counselors but usually ends up being 10 campers to 2 counselors.

We ask that you please do not send food with your child to avoid mess in the cabin bunk areas as well as any risk of exposing other kids to potential allergens. We promise to keep your child well fed all week!

Part of what we are most proud of at YAA is providing kids with a week of camp ‘unplugged’ from normal routine. We ask that you DO NOT send cell phones with your kids and encourage them to fully enter into the week of camp. (Please note- our college and senior level staff will have their cell phones on them for necessary communication purposes and in case of any emergencies.)

You can send camper mail via USPS to:

c/o: Camper Name
13707 Cottonwood Canyon Rd.
Bozeman, MT 59718

Or you can send your child an email to  Please make subject: “FirstName LastName Camper Mail”.


8:00am –  Flag Raising
8:15am –  Breakfast
8:45am –  Skill Builder/Clean – Up
10:00am –  Skill Builder/Clean – Up
11:15am –  Chapel
12:30pm – Lunch
1:15pm – TIE Time
2:00pm – Team Challenges
3:15pm – Activity Areas
5:15pm – Flag Lowering
5:30pm – Dinner
6:30pm –  All Camp Evening Activity
7:30pm – Free Time
8:30pm – Fireside
9:15pm – Cabin Time
10:00pm – Lights Out

Sample Schedule Day Camp:

8:30am –  Check-In
9:00am –  Team Challenge
9:30am –  Song/Verse time
10:00am –  Bible story time
10:45am –  Group Game
11:45am –  Lunch
12:45pm – Activity Area 1
1:45pm – Activity Area 2
2:45pm – Free Time
3:15pm – Fireside
4:00pm – Team Time
4:30pm – Check-Out

What To Bring (suggested not required):
-Sleeping Bag/Bedding
-Bath towel & Beach Towel
-Swimsuit (Girls: 1 piece)
-5 to 6 changes of clothes
-Rain Jacket
-Tennis Shoes
-Sandals (like chacos, keens, tevas etc)
-Shower shoes
-Bug Spray
-Water Bottle

What NOT To Bring:
-Electronics (cell phones, ipods, ipads, mp3 players etc.)
-Weapons or dangerous objects like knives, other outdoor tools etc.
-Food items
-Nice Clothing