Ezra 9:8 says, “And now for a little space grace hath been shewed from the Lord our God, to leave us a remnant to escape, and to give us a nail in his holy place, that our God may lighten our eyes, and give us a little reviving…” This is exactly what Campfire is all about. A small place and time for teens to get away from the distractions of the world and focus on God and the preaching of His Word. It is also a place and time to have fun and make friends and memories that will last a lifetime.




Important Information

  • Missing Information Needed ASAP. 
  • (Money, camp form, physical, immunization records)
  • We will  be leaving Monday Morning at 8:00am

   (We will load the bus at 7:30-7:45)

  • Lunch will be the first meal at camp.
  • Guys and Girls please be in morning camp attire for the ride to camp.
  • Make sure you have proper dress for the week.  
  • Bring Money for snacks for the week.
  • We will Return around 11:00PM Friday evening

  (We will allow teens to call when we get close to the church)

  • Cell phone service is unavailable.

  (If there is an emergency, please contact the church and they will be able to get ahold of us.)




Ephesians (In Order)


Teens will participate in different competitions such as basketball, volleyball, milk jug lacrosse, and other sports. They will also participate in many different camp style games, including a day of team building competitions for the ultimate prize of being Camp Champs.



Silver State Baptist Youth Camp was born out of a heart for the lives and souls of American youth. Since its inception, Silver State has influenced the lives of literally thousands of young people, as well as adults, with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Address: 1254 N Hwy 67  Sedalia, CO 80135    

Phone: 303.688.3420


Bring twin bedding or sleeping bag, pillow, Bible, flashlight, items to keep you from stinking (toothbrush, soap, towels, etc.) and a light jacket for the mornings and evenings. (SSBYC is at 7500 ft and it does get cool.) Silver State is not responsible for lost or broken items. Do not bring electronics of any kind. 

Cash – soda, candy, ice cream, and other items will be available for purchase. 

Cell phone service is unavailable.


All apparel worn at camp should be modest. Jeans, casual, and athletic wear are appropriate for general use and athletics. Absolutely no shorts, walking shorts, mini skirts, stretch pants, capri pants, tank tops, or cut-off shirts are permitted. Pants should be loose-fitting. Low neckline and cold shoulder garments are not acceptable attire. Clothing should not have inappropriate advertisement. We reserve the right to ask anyone to change.


Guys – Nice church attire (khakis and a polo)

Girls –  Knee-length skirts and dresses


Each church will split their teens into two even | fair teams and then will be combined with other churches. Each team will be assigned a male and a female leader to encourage, rally, and push the teams.



All medications, including over-the-counter medications, vitamins, just-in-case medications, MUST be given to the Camp Nurse at Check-In. This assures that correct dosages are taken and that someone else does not get into it. Please make sure that all medications are in their original packaging, labeled with camper’s name, name of medication and correct dosage, prior to arrival. All non-prescription medications including vitamins, homeopathic medications, natural remedies and herbs must be accompanied by a physician’s prescription with his/her signature in order for our camp nurse to distribute these to your child during his/her week of camp.We cannot distribute the above items without the doctor’s signature. If the camper takes a prescription then the additional Medical Form must be filled out. The Camp Nurse has ample supplies of most over-the-counter medications (i.e., Tylenol, Benadryl, Ibuprofen, Sudafed, etc.) along with first-aid kits. Please do not send these with your child unless they have allergies to common medications. All cuts, scrapes and bumps must be reported and treated by the Nurse. Campers should not be attending to their own injuries.Information and instructions for taking medication should be sent on registration card. Diabetics or others on special diets must bring their own foodstuffs if supplement beyond regular meal is desired. Please make your counselor aware of any special needs you may have.