Elementary I

Site: Sawtooth Camp

Dates: 7/9/2017 - 7/15/2017

Age Level: Completed Grades 3 - 6

Cost: Subsidized Rate: $349 | Full Rate: $399

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Whether you are a first time or experienced camper there are always new things to do, places to explore, friends to meet and God’s love to celebrate.  Sawtooth Camp offers you the opportunity to be a part of the great outdoors God has created.  There is time to hike, bike, swim, be silly, make stuff, eat & learn a little bit while we are at it.  Enjoy breathtaking valleys, awesome mountains and a crystal clear river.  Come make new friends at camp!

What makes Sawtooth Special?
-Fishing & Swimming on the S.Fork Boise River
-Challenge Course
-Mountain Biking
-Hikes to such places as:  Goat Lake, Red Horse Mine, Paradise Creek 
-Cookouts and campfires
-Caring Counselors 
-Mix of small and large group activities
... And all this with a “Fresh pine scent!”

Grade refers to your grade in the school year prior to the event.

In order to be prepared for campers, we must have a completed & signed Health Form for your child at least 2 weeks prior to the start of camp.  
Mail health form to: 
Sawtooth Camp 
PO Box 68
Fairfield, ID  83327       

If you would like to get directions to camp or a basic list of what to bring to camp, please click on the link to our website:   Ready, Set, Go to Camp!  

Bus Transportation to Sawtooth Camp    If you’d like to avoid driving the last 30 miles into the camp, send your child on the bus from Fairfield or Jerome to Sawtooth Camp.
The cost for the Sawtooth bus is $15 one-way or $20 round-trip   You must be pre-registered through the Camping Office to take the bus (503-802-9213)

Bus stops and times:

Departing Sundays at:
Jerome (United Methodist Church) 12:30 p.m. 
Fairfield (Wrangler Restaurant) 1:45 p.m.

Returning Saturdays approximately by:  
Fairfield (Wrangler Restaurant) 12:00 noon) 
Jerome (United Methodist Church)  2:00 p.m. 

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A partnership between The Oregon-Idaho Conference of The United Methodist Church
and The Episcopal Diocese of Oregon