Activity areas
Camp Phillip--Archery range Archery range (Camp staff supervision required)
Campers can practice their aim using our Genesis bows. If you have your own equipment and would like to use our range, please obtain permission from camp staff.
Camp Phillip--Bankshot basketball Bankshot basketball
Bankshot basketball challenges players of all ages and abilities, including disabled participants, to proceed through a course of angled, curved and non-conventionally configured brightly colored backboards, banking shots off the bankboards and through the rims. Participants play alongside, not against, each other.
Camp Phillip--Bula ball Bula ball
Bula ball is a variation of dodgeball. The game combines dodging, striking, running and jumping with the object of hitting opponents with a ball below the knee while avoiding being hit. The game can be played by groups of individual players, teams and in one-on-one matches.
Camp Phillip--Carpet ball Carpetball
Carpetball pits one camper against the other in a game of intense concentration, sheer determination, great aim and a whole lot of luck!!!
Camp Phillip--Challenge course Challenge course (Camp staff supervision required)
"Oh man! At first I thought it would be impossible, but we just came up with some ideas and worked together. It felt so good to know we did it." This course challenges individuals and groups (grades 3 and above) to develop persistence and to resist frustration while attempting to reach a desired goal. Each element encourages the use of communication and illustrates the importance of teamwork.
Camp Phillip--Disc golf Disc golf
Test your aim on our challenging 18-station disc golf course that weaves through the woods and fields of Camp Phillip. Try to join the Eagle's club or even the Ace's!
Camp Phillip--High ropes High ropes course (Camp staff supervision required)
"It's about doing things you never thought you could, stretching your own limits--and feeling tired, but oh so good!" The high ropes course is a tool designed to challenge individuals and enhance confidence in one's own God-given abilities. Members of the group (grades 6 and above) practice Christian encouragement skills and increase their trust in one another and the Lord.
Camp Phillip--Family Fest stage Outdoor stage
The outdoor stage with its wonderful sound and lighting system has been a great location for events such as Family Fest, band camps, campfires, MAD (Music and drama) camp, skits and puppet plays. Bring your lawnchairs or blankets as seating is on the grass/sand for now (There are plans for benches in the future.).
Camp Phillip--Paul ball Paul ball
This is basketball the way that Paul Bunyan would play it. Look at the size of that ball! It's a great, exhausting game for 10 to over 100 people.
Camp Phillip--Volleyball Recreation field
The large recreation field boasts a sand volleyball court, grass volleyball court, soccer goals, tetherball and playground plus lots of room for games like softball, football and croquet.
Camp Phillip--Waterfront Waterfront
Our swimming area is located on the Upper White River Millpond which is a 64 acre spring-fed, no-wake lake. It's great for boating, canoeing, paddleboating and fishing. Personal flotation devices (available at the waterfront) must be used while boating. In order to fish, anyone 16 years of age or older must have a fishing license.
If you would like to help us expand our programs, we have a prioritized list of more than 50 programs and activity areas that we would love to develop.  For more information on donations to Camp Phillip, please contact the camp office at 920-787-3202 or e-mail us at office@campphillip.com.