Thursday: Western Rodeo
Thursday night is Rodeo night at FC! Break out your finest western duds—boots, blue jeans, button down shirts, cowboy (or cowgirl) hats, and belt buckles—and join us for a boot stomping night at Frontier Camp’s world famous rodeo!
Friday: Into the Jungle!
Calling all hunters, explorers, photographers, lions, giraffes, and elephants (oh my!) to a Safari expedition party to finish off an awesome week at camp. Throw on your khakis, hunting camo, or jungle animal onesies and accessorize with binoculars, cameras, canteens, compasses, hats, and other similar items to set off with on a wild adventure through the jungles and savannas of Africa!
Need some quick and easy ideas? Thrift stores are the place to go!
Looking for more ideas? Check out our 2020 Pinterest Theme Night Board!
Monday: Titan Challenge
The Titan Challenge is one of our favorite FC traditions! Because we like to jump straight into the non-stop action and fun, the Titan Challenge takes place Monday morning. Pack a set of old clothes and shoes that you don’t mind getting really muddy and prepare to join your cabin in a super fun, team-building obstacle course race.
By far the most popular activity at Teen Camp each week is our night game, which has campers stealthily sneaking around camp on a mission under cover of darkness! Bring some camo or dark clothes for this adventure, including long pants and closed toed shoes, which are required. For the extra-daring, dark face paint and other forms of disguise add to the fun!
Thursday: Country Fair Carnival & Rodeo
Calling all cowboys and cowgirls at heart! Start practicing your whooping and hollering ‘cause it’s time to get your country on! Don’t forget to bring your plaid shirts, fancy boots, and belt buckles for a night of county fair games, carnival food, and fast riding at the rodeo!
Friday: End of Week Celebration
On Friday evenings, our week culminated with a special meal and event, so wear your Sunday best!
*Note: All camper dress code regulations must be followed, even on theme nights. Theme nights are not mandatory, but they are a lot of fun, and we encourage all campers to try and participate in them. These themes were picked with ease of costume/outfit in mind and should not require expensive costumes. For most campers, between what they already have, and possibly a quick trip to a thrift store, a fun and camp-friendly costume can be found.