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2022 Teen Girls Week

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A week of summer camp designed for teen girls, ages 13-18. 


COST: $300 per teen girl. $50 off for additional girls attending Teen Girls’ Week. 
Children of New Durham residents may attend for free (less a 10% deposit).

ARRIVAL: Check in is between 3-5pm on Monday.
CLOSING PROGRAM: 10am on Saturday (families encouraged to attend). Departure at 11am. 

Questions? See FAQs below. If those don’t answer your question, please email: 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • + What types of activities will my teen participate in?

    While your teens are here, they’ll have lots of fun. Some of our favorite camper activities include canoeing/kayaking, swimming, tubing/boating, archery, petting bunnies at the animal barn, basketball, gaga ball, playground, and more! Some activities change from year to year or are weather/volunteer dependent.

  • + What kind of teaching will my teen receive?

    There are two engaging, biblical teaching sessions each day, along with discussion times to help your teen apply what they’ve learned. Our purpose in the teaching times is to help youth understand the gospel and get to know Jesus better.

  • + What type of food will my child eat?

    Along with simple comfort food like tacos, roasted hot dogs, or pizza, there are cereal and peanut butter sandwich options at meals. We have snack options during the day as well. No one goes hungry at Maranatha!

  • + Can I send food with my teen? What about allergies?

    Because one of our values is to keep camp affordable, we are not able to accommodate severe allergies or offer specialized food for allergies. We apologize for the inconvenience.


    Whenever possible, we offer main menu items that are gluten-friendly* or easy to work with various allergies (protein, sides, veggies). Additionally, every lunch and dinner offers a full salad bar with gluten-friendly protein options. Please make a note of allergies in your registration so we can be aware; we do our best to label food that our guests are allergic to.


    If your child is on a specific diet and needs to bring supplemental food (ready to eat or microwaveable), or if you have more questions about your specific situation, please contact us.


    *gluten-friendly: items that do not contain gluten, but made in the same kitchen as other items with wheat/gluten. 

  • + Where will my child stay?

    Bunk style housing for that great camp experience! Teen girls stay at Grace Cottage, while the girls stay in Summit West. Because of this, housing is much more limited for teen week.


  • + What should my child pack?

    Comfortable clothes for active movement, different weather and outdoor activities, including swimwear. Bedding (pillow and sleeping bag or twin bedding). Please do not bring food, cash, or any electronics. Check out our packing list for more suggestions.

  • + Can my child bring their phone/ipad/computer?

    Our youth camps are electronic free. Please leave all devices at home. If your child brings a device, a counselor will confiscate it for the week.

  • + How can I contact my child while they’re away?

    Once you drop your child off at camp, we ask that you not call to talk to them or visit them. You’re welcome to send an email to with the subject: “Camp Week: Child Full Name” and we will print and pass along the note to your child. If you would like to send a letter snail mail, send to the camp address, but please keep in mind that we do not forward mail after the camp week. If there is an emergency, please call the camp (603-859-6100).

  • + Can my teen request a roommate?

    Yes! Just make a note of it on the registration when that question pops up.

  • + My teen is sick right before camp; do we need to cancel?

    Your child must be fever free and symptom free for 24 hours before coming to camp. If you need to cancel, please email .

  • + What if my child gets injured/sick or needs to take medication?

    We have an on-duty registered nurse to handle the disbursement of any medications and who will assess each case of injury or sickness. In any scenario possible, we will contact the child’s emergency contact to inform about medical care. Please make sure your emergency contact is accurate and available for the camp week. If there is ever a medical emergency, we will call 911 before calling the emergency contact.

    If your teen needs to take a regular medication, please pack it in a clear ziplock bag with the camper’s name to give to the on-duty nurse.

  • + Where can I find photos of my child during camp?

    During the camp week, we do not post pictures on social media of children’s faces (for security). We will, however, share pictures during the week just for parents (watch your email you registered with for info). After the camp week you will find some pictures on our Facebook and Instagram.

  • + Do you offer refunds if I need to cancel?

    Yes if something happens and you’re not able to make it, we will refund you, minus the 10% nonrefundable fee. 

  • + My teen can’t make it on Monday or has to leave before camp ends; can they still come?

    In order to experience the full week of activities and teaching, we ask that teens not come to camp unless they are able to commit to the whole time-frame.

  • + My teen is waitlisted; how do I know if they’ll get a spot to camp?

    We will send you an email if a spot opens up–so keep an eye out!

  • + Other questions?

    Email .

Maranatha works hard to keep rates as low as possible so camp can be accessible to everyone, regardless of financial ability. If your family is working through financial hardship keeping your child from attending camp, you may request financial aid after registering and submitting the minimum 10% deposit.