"THIS IS CAMP BRIGHTON
WE WELCOME YOU HERE!"
In 1911, the General Young Women Presidency made a decision to find a summer camp for young women to get away from the valley heat and provide a retreat. In 1918, a search began for the perfect spot in which a summer home could be made and Brighton was selected. Brighton has a very rich pioneer heritage and coming to camp makes you a part of Brighton’s continuing history. As you attend Brighton Camp, you will discover it can always be your summer home.
Attending Brighton LDS Girls Camp is a unique experience. At camp you can grow and develop spiritually. You can also make new friends as you reach out to others in kindness and acceptance. We hope you will find Brighton Camp to be a place of learning and fun and where you will feel Heavenly Father’s Spirit.
Brighton camp is for Beehive-age young women only. (Age requirement is 12- and 13-years-old.) We offer an eight-week summer season and have room for 180 campers per week. We provide a complete, week-long camp program of exciting activities such as ropes courses, cook-outs, singing, zip-line, crafts, rappelling, hikes, testimony-building activities and much more, all led by trained camp counselors! (No ward or stake YW leaders attend.) Campers stay in one of six Swiss-style cabins with all meals provided. Chartered bus transportation to and from camp is also included in registration fees. Sponsoring LDS stakes support Brighton Camp and are given priority placement for their Beehive-age YW. Remaining space can be reserved on a first-come-first-reserved basis.
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