Hume Lake

Hume Lake Camp offers annual, enriching retreats where students connect with God in nature.

Hume Lake Christian Camps is a ministry Quail has been partnering with for over 50 years, and year after year camp continues to be one of the most impactful experiences for students. As they escape school, home, cell phones, and culture for time with God and friends in the mountains, we see the Lord speak through His Word and His creation. We take students to a week-long Summer Camp at the end of June each year. Hume is open to kids & youth 8 years old/entering 3rd grade through graduating high school seniors.

Important details for Hume 2024

Camp Dates: June 23-29, 2024

UPDATE 2/13/24**********************************

  • Wagon Train and Meadow Ranch still have camper spots available - APPLICATIONS ARE STILL OPEN!
  • Spots are now on a first come, first served basis. HOWEVER...
  • Remaining Wagon Train spots are designated for females. Males are still encouraged to apply, but they will be automatically put on a wait list.
  • Remaining Meadow Ranch spots are designated for males. Females are still encouraged to apply, but they will be automatically put on a wait list.
  • Applications are CLOSED for PONDEROSA.


Camps and Pricing

Wagon Train: 8 years/entering 3rd-5th grade

Camper spot: $739

Quail-provided transportation: $80

Meadow Ranch: entering 6th-8th grade

Camper spot: $839

Quail-provided transportation: $80

Ponderosa: entering 9th-12th grade and graduating seniors

Camper spot: $839

Quail-provided transportation: $80

Registration Process and Policies

 - Registration for Hume is through an application process. Submitting an application does not guarantee you a camper spot.     


- Priority is given to those students who have been ACTIVE.

- “Active” means the STUDENT has attended Quail’s Children’s or Youth Sunday and/or Wednesday programs AT LEAST three times a month since August 2023. This excludes Sunday worship services, Children’s/Youth events, Monday evening discipleship groups, and volunteering.

- Please note that we must consider grade and gender ratios when placing students (including from a wait list).

All Quail-related applications, registrations, health and consent forms, and payments will be handled securely online through CampDoc. The “Apply Here” button below will take you there after you have read a few important notes. You must complete an application in CampDoc for your student to be considered for a camper spot. Incomplete applications may not be considered.

Once campers have been placed, there will be additional online forms to fill out through Hume's online system.

Missed the Info Meeting? Need help with CampDoc? Check out the Info Packet below!

Do you have any questions? Reach out to us and let us know!