“Shiloh changed my life! The power of God is real. I met God there as a camper and Shiloh helped to save my life!”-Jon, Former teen camper and now current staff member.
Where children and youth are loved, accepted, encouraged, and mentored.
Shiloh Youth Ranch is a summer Christian camp for at-risk children and youth ages 7-17. Shiloh Youth ranch provides an opportunity for at-risk children and youth to experience a week-long, high impact relational summer camp. Many of these children and youth, without the ministry of Shiloh, may never have the opportunity to receive hope, encouragement, acceptance, mentoring and unconditional love.
If you are able to give of your time and abilities, there are many opportunities to do so. Whether it is working with youth, horses, helping with office administration, or maintenance for example, we enjoy partnering with individuals to serve our community. Through it all–we are making a huge impact in young lives!
If you want to come and help with Summer Facility Preparation join us on May 28th and June 11th 2016
Both days will run from 9am-5pm with lunch provided. Stay tuned for more specifics as summer gets closer.
Resources and funds are needed to continue and develop our outreach programs and summer camp. Without financial support, horses, and gift in kind donations, we could not continue to reach the youth and children “at-risk”. Please click the "Donate" button to give financially.
Have a unique experience of sleeping in authentic looking covered wagons that have the rugged feel of the Old West. Washrooms, showers, kitchen, and dining facilities are close by.
The food is the “Best in the West”. Tucked into the jack pines and poplars, youth will find the covered wagons become a memory to last a life time. At Shiloh we provide opportunities for fun, adventure, and challenge everyday from breakfast to campfire time.SIGN UP
2016 Summer Camp Application
"I came to Shiloh to volunteer, and make a difference in the lives of others. However it was my life that was impacted and changed for the better by coming to this place."-Former Volunteer