Catholic Spirituality

High-Energy Adventure

Hang-Out time

Meaningful Friendships


JULY 11-14, 2024

*Camps are for rising ninth graders through graduating seniors.

Catholic Summer Camps


Experience an unforgettable, life-changing camp packed with awesome activities and authentic Catholic spirituality! Two camps, one for girls and one for boys, are held at the rustic-but-comfortable King’s Camp, where a top-notch ropes course is flanked by the bayou and a picturesque pond. The days include competitive games, great food, Catholic devotions, and time at the pool. Don’t miss these three days of faith-filled fun!

Mission Possible

JULY 14-17, 2024

*Camps are for rising ninth graders through graduating seniors.

Awesome Activities

Amazing line-up of activities includes ropes course, zip line, canoeing, pottery, fishing, swimming pool, capture the flag, basketball, disk golf, Catholic trivia, earth ball, and more.

Focus on Faith

Teens take part in daily Mass, Eucharistic Adoration, morning and evening prayer, rosary, spiritual talks by priests, sisters, and seminarians, small group discussion, and more.

Great Facilities

King’s camp offers comfortable facilities, including air-conditioned bunkhouse, newly renovated bathrooms, nice cafeteria, chapel, covered gym, pool, and more.

Good Meals

All meals are provided. This includes snacks and drinks during activities. There is no need for campers to bring additional snacks. (No food is allowed in the bunkhouses.)

Dedicated Staff

The camps are staffed by trained adults, religious sisters, priests, seminarians, youth ministers, and parents. All staff have received Safe Environment training.

Register Early

The camp is $100 per camper (additional costs are underwritten by the diocese). Checks may be made payable to the Diocese of Shreveport and sent to camp with your camper. Financial assistance is available; please contact us if you need assistance.

“Definitely the most spiritually helpful camp I’ve attended, and also the most fun!”

I loved the talks by the priests and sisters.”

“The climbing wall was pretty hard, but the zip line down made it worth it!

“There was a good blend of serious stuff and active stuff. I thought it was perfect.

I learned a ton about my faith.”

Next summer I’m bringing a friend and my little brother!”