Camp Projects

Check out camp projects past & present and learn how you can be involved.

  • Standing Stones Campaign

    Covenant Height Camp is in the middle of a historic campaign called the Standing Stones Campaign. This is an awesome opportunity to honor our legacy, and invest powerfully in the future! See a full description and updates here or contact Amanda.

  • Cut 90- Do More Project

    This is a great way to make an investment that will truly pay off and then be reinvested later. You can help us update camp little by little with energy-efficient and energy-saving ideas and products that will over time save camp tons of money. 

    We have 21 buildings on camp that we use year-round. Utilities alone cost us roughly $100,000 annually ($60,000 in propane and $40,000 in electric). We could CUT 90% of those expenses with the three simple steps listed below, which would save camp $90,000. With that money we could DO MORE - give more scholarships, improve activities, and develop better programs, with the ultimate goal of reaching more kids for Christ!

    Step 1: Energy Conservation

    Step 2: Energy Efficiency

    Step 3: Renewable Energy

    Want to help? We need you! If you can help financially, physically (working on the projects), or intellectually (ideas or experiences you can share) we can use your help! Please contact to volunteer, give, or to learn more about this long-term investment!

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  • Standing Stones Phase 1: Waste Plant

    (completed in 2016)

    Phase 1 is done and the brand new, ultra-modern waste plant is up and running. Thank you to all of the supports and volunteers who made this very-needed project possible! Due to the many volunteer and staff hours put into this project, we were able to save considerably on construction costs, the rest of which were completely covered by our generous donors. With the new waste treatment plant in place, camp can continue to run for decades to come!

  • Staff Home Renovation

    (completed in 2016)

    Gutted & updated one of our year-round staff homes, replacing many temporary fixes with well-finished features, increasing the comfort of our staff and letting them know we value their service.

  • Fireside Meeting Room

    (completed in 2015)

    The old office building has been completely redone and is now a gorgeous meeting space for our guests. With a stone fireplace, capacity of 50, and a central location, Fireside is a great meeting area option. We extend a huge thank you to the MMAPers and other volunteers who worked all summer to complete this project!

  • Office for a Growing Staff

    (completed in 2015)

    To promote community and staff cooperation, Columbine was renovated and is now our new office building, with space for all of our staff. Stop by and see us!

  • From Good to Great Campaign

    (completed in 2013)

    • Replaced buses
    • Rebuilt the high ropes course
    • Built toilets at Adventure Village
    • Remodeled two guest cabin bathrooms
    • Replaced one heating unit
    • Upgraded two camp computers
  • Staff Housing Additions

    (completed in 2012)

    Added on to two year-round staff housing units to improve living arrangements for growing families. Happy staff means happy campers!

  • Pavilion Construction

    (completed in 2011)

    Brand new in 2011, the pavilion offers so many wonderful opportunities. It is a great area for campers and groups to gather “outdoors” even in bad weather. It boasts a double-sided fireplace, a large stage fully equipped for sound and lighting, and picnic tables to seat 200-250 people. Special set-ups or rental equipment may be available upon request. The pavilion is 50’ by 100’ and includes a grilling area.

  • Chapel Renovations

    (completed in 2008)

    The chapel was completed in 2008! It is a beautiful new building which can seat up to 150 people. This is our largest meeting room. It includes chairs, stage, 2 fireplaces, as well as full AV set up with equipment you can rent.

  • Dining Hall Renovations

    (completed in 2001)

    Our Dining Hall can seat 200 people. This beautiful mountain lodge has a large stone fireplace along with two buffet lines full of great food and a wonderful staff to serve our groups.