Directions to Sky Mountain Camp

Sky Mountian Camp, the new home of High School Camp, is located near Emigrant Gap, just off of I-80. You can find directions on the camp’s website:


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Camp Videos

These videos are here for download! The MOV files are bigger than the MP4 files. If there are options, pick the one that fits your download speed.

When you click on the link, the movie will download to your browser. It does not stream, but waits until the whole thing is downloaded before it starts playing. You should be able to right click on it and save it to your own computer, depending on your particular browser. If that doesn’t work, use this page, right click on the link and select the “save as” option.

Here are the offerings!

Kids Camp

Junior High Camp

High School Camp



Sacramento Camps is an experienced volunteer organization within the Sacramento District Church of the Nazarene. We strive to provide excellent camping experiences for all ages!


Kids Camp Director

Sheree Morrison Sheree is the leader of leaders at our children’s camps for the summer of 2012! She is no stranger to camps! Sheree has been leading in camps on our district probably since she was in High School! Sheree leads an established staff of volunteers and that is why Kids Camp Rocks!

Sheree is a school teacher and a layman at the Marysville Church of the Nazarene. She, her husband, Derrick, and her awesome kids live for summer camps!

You can contact Sheree at [email protected]

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Medication at Camp

If your camper requires medication while at camp, please keep in mind the following:

  • All medication must be checked in with the camp nurse. Some meds may be given back to the camper, like a rescue inhaler, however, that will be up to the camp nurse. Then the camp staff will keep track of medication schedules.
  • All medication must be packed in the original bottle. Prescription medication must come in the pharmacy bottle with the camper’s name on it with the correct dosage prescribed.
  • All medication will be returned to the camper at the end of camp.

Our goal is to stick to the same med schedule at camp as these kids have at home. And, in case of questions, we need to be able to give good answers as to medication dosage and frequency. Thank you for your cooperation!

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High School Camp Packing List

Bible and pen
sleeping Bag and Pillow
athletic shoes that can get dirty
water bottle
personal toiletries
clothing for warm days/cool nights
bug spray
modest 1-piece swim suit
flashlight or battery powered lantern
sandals or flip flops (showers, etc)
lip balm and sun screen
personal medications or prescriptions
towel/wash cloth


Diamond Arrow Camp Driving Directions

Diamond Arrow Campground is the location of our Kids Camp and Camp 56.

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The physical address of the camp is 15724 N Bloomfield Road, Nevada City, CA 95959. Use the map above to get driving directions from Google Maps!

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Mt Hope Camp Driving Directions

Mount Hope Bible Camp

9721 Mt Hope Rd,
Challenge, CA 95925

You can find a map to Mt Hope Bible Camp on their website.

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Kids Camp Packing List

Thank you for allowing your child to attend Kids Camp at Diamond Arrow Campground this summer. We are excited about what the Lord has planned for His kids who will be going this year. Summer Camp will be the most dynamic week of your child’s spiritual life. Please be praying that these days will be life changing!

Some information you’ll want to know:

Arrival at Camp: Camp check in and late registration is from 10AM to noon. You can find driving directions here.

Write a letter to your Camper(s): Mail letters by Monday to Campers at: Diamond Arrow Christian Center 15742 N. Bloomfield Road, Nevada City, CA 95959 (or you may discreetly give your letter to a driver or counselor prior to Camp).

Closing of Camp: Camp ends at 11:00AM. Please pick up your camper promptly! The staff also has to get packed up and the the campground turned over for the next group. Please respect their time.

Definitely bring this stuff:

  • __ Bible and pen
  • __ athletic shoes that can get dirty
  • __ water bottle
  • __ personal toiletries
  • __ clothing for warm days/cool nights
  • __ bug spray
  • __ sleeping bag
  • __ modest 1-piece swim suit
  • __ flashlight
  • __ pillow
  • __sandals or flip flops (to/from pool, shower)
  • __ disposable camera
  • __ lip balm and sun screen
  • __ personal medications or prescriptions
  • __spending money ($15-20)
  • __ towel/wash cloth
  • __ family picture for lonely times

Stuff to leave at home: personal music players (mp3/ipods),  cell phones, pets, game systems, and skateboards, firearms, knives, matches/lighters, explosive devices, alcoholic beverages, illegal drugs, no wheelie shoes.

Campground Policies: All camps are open to registered campers only. Camp registration is for the entire week. Campers must remain with their group at all times unless otherwise authorized by the Camp Director. All registration closes the evening of the first day of camp, unless prior approval is made with the Camp Director.

Please note: Public telephones are not available to Campers except in emergency situations as authorized by Camp Staff (it causes homesickness). If you have a family emergency and need to reach the Campground, the phone number is: (530) 265-3295. Of course, if a camper has any serious situation we will call the emergency contact number.


Contact Information

If you need help and can’t find what you are looking for here, you can call or email Michelle Montegue. She is the registrar and knows the answer to many things.

Camps Phone: 530-637-8161

Camps Fax: 866-518-1857

Camps Email: [email protected]