"My 10 year old daughter had never been to a summer camp before and was a bit nervous when I dropped her off. When I picked her up, she didn't want to leave, said it was the best week of her life"


Program Descriptions

Camp Gravatt is a faith-based, co-ed, overnight camp located in Aiken County, South Carolina. Platform tents and screened cabins that make up the campers’ living area are nestled among 270 acres of beautiful pine trees, hardwoods, lakes, and ponds. Camp Gravatt is an affirming Christian community where campers of all backgrounds and ages make friends, learn responsibility, become leaders, and grow in their understanding of themselves, their community, and their God-given gifts.

Activities include 

  • Archery

  • Arts & Crafts

  • Campfire

  • Canoeing

  • Challenge Course

  • Environmental Education

  • Faith Formation

  • Fishing

  • Gardening

  • Hatchet Throwing (6th grade and up)

  • Hiking

  • Music

  • Recreational Sports

  • Themed Evening Events

  • Worship

  • Much more

Elementary/Junior High/All Ages

Rising 1st - 10th graders are grouped by similar ages and participate in traditional summer camp activities.

Leaders - In - Training Program

Rising 10th & 11th graders live together in a cabin and participate in traditional camp activities and in special leadership training and team building. As skills and confidence increase, LIT's assist with leading some aspects of camp programs. This program is a stepping stone for becoming a member of Camp Gravatt's staff but does not guarantee selection for staff in future summers. The program spans two sessions and the LIT's will spend the two nights between session participating in additional activities and programming at Gravatt.  

Family Camp

Open to all ages from infant to senior citizen, Family Camp provides an opportunity for campers to experience a sample of camp life with a parent or trusted adult by their side. Click here for more information.


Camp Information & Paperwork

Upon registration, you will receive three documents - two of which MUST be completed returned along with a photocopy of the camper's health insurance card and the driver's license of the policy holder. These documents can also be found here:


Drop Off & Pick Up

Except for Family Camp, check-in is from 3 – 4 PM on opening day.

Camp ends after breakfast on closing day. Pick up is at 8:30 AM, and no later than 9 AM. 



Mail is important to you and your camper. Write soon, often, and cheerfully. Please write the camper’s name clearly on the envelope or package. It is helpful to include your camper’s tent or cabin number, which will be provided to you at check-in. 

This summer, the Camp Gravatt Post Office will be available on registration day. Instead of mailing your camper's care packages and risking they arrive after the session is over, we invite you to deliver your packages to the Camp Gravatt Post Office on registration day.  We will deliver the package to your child on the day of your choice. We ask you make a donation to the Mac Westmoreland Camper Scholarship Fund in lieu of postage. 

Suggested Donation

$1 - Letter
$5 - Package
$25 Unlimited letters and packages


Please contact summer camp director, Beth Jones, at 803.648.1817 or beth@campgravatt.org

Daily Schedule

7:30       Wake Up
8:15        Morning Watch
8:35       Breakfast
9:05       Duties
10:00     1st Period
11:00      Snack
11:15       2nd Period
12:30     Lunch
1:00       Rest Period
2:45       Free Swim
4:00       3rd Period
5:00       Snack
5:15        4th Period
6:15        Cruisers
6:30       Dinner
7:15        Evening Program
8:45       Campfire
9:00       Shalom Circle
9:15        Tent Devotions
9:45       Lights Out


Staff Information

Gravatt meets or exceeds standards of the American Camp Association in determining camper to staff ratios. 

If you are interested in serving on summer camp staff, check our employment page to see what positions are currently open.

Click here to see descriptions of ALL summer camp staff positions.