MiddleSchoolCamp

For Campers Entering: 6th – 8th grade

Camper Fee: $340

Camp Dates: Monday, June 24th – Saturday, June 29th 

*Two Options for Camper Drop Off*

1:30-2:30 Park and Walk

2:00-3:00 Drive Up and Drop Off

Drive Up/Drop Off instructions are posted on our Home Page

 

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If you are in need of a Camper Scholarship,
CLICK HERE to apply before you register.

 

Questions about Camp? 

Contact Tapawingo: 503-787-3828 or tapawingocamp@gmail.com

 

Questions about registering through CampEZ? 

Contact CampEZ: 971-245-3061 or support@campsez.com

 

Curious about what to pack? CLICK HERE

Check out our Cabins: CLICK HERE

Preparing your child for camp? CLICK HERE

Lindsey Shimel, Camp Director

Lindsey currently works as a teacher at Indian Hills Elementary School in Hillsboro. She has a love of children of all ages, and has spent the majority of the last two decades volunteering with the children and youth ministries of her church. This summer will mark her 27th camp season at Tapawingo! Lindsey grew in her faith through her experiences as a camper, and firmly believes that Tapawingo is a place where students learn to deepen their walks with Jesus

When Lindsey is not at camp, she enjoys spending time with her family (especially her amazing nephews and niece), completing puzzles, listening to audiobooks, and sleeping in on the weekends. She is excited to see God at work this summer! 

Evan Koons, Middle School Camp Speaker

Evan Koons is the Pastor of Youth and Young Adults at Harrisburg Christian Church in Harrisburg, OR. Evan attended Multnomah University where he received his bachelor’s degree in Bible & Theology, and is currently a student at Western Seminary. He and his wife Alisha are lifelong Oregonians. They love the rain, coffee, and their Chocolate Labrador Retriever. Evan grew up attending and serving at Camp Tapawingo every summer, it certainly holds a special place in his heart.  It is because of his experience at Camp Tapawingo that he firmly believes in the power and importance of camp in students’ lives as they grow closer to Jesus. He looks forward to speaking this summer and being a part of what God is doing in the hearts and lives of students as they discover what it means to follow Jesus.