For over 50 years, our ministry has been offering trips that have added immense value to the lives of the students who have participated as they cultivate friendships, invite adventure, and bring about discussion that engages them to think deeper about life, purpose, and Jesus.
- This is our annual weekend trip for 9-12 grade students to Salt Fork State Park in Ohio (2-hour drive by bus)
- Students will stay in cabins that sleep 5-8 people and are fully equipped with kitchens
- Meals are done on a cabin to cabin basis and led by Campus Life leaders
- Trip cost: $195 (does not include food)
We have a lot of activities planned for this amazing weekend. All groups will meet up frequently at the lodge for music, games, and discussion. There is always a professional band that performs for the students and invites them to sing and dance along. The games we play are created to break the ice and give the youth an amazing time. On top of these are fun outdoor games we play that are always loved by all. There is also an indoor pool, hot tub, and arcade at the main lodge that students are welcome to use if they are chaperoned by a leader.
Fallout is our High School Campus Life’s end of fall, beginning of winter retreat (Fall-Out) which is a spectacular weekend trip to Salt Fort, Ohio. There will be tons of games and activities, time to hang out with peers and leaders, and time to engage in positive discussions about life, purpose, and God. This trip has a ton of fun to offer as kids grow closer with their friends, make new ones, and are inspired to grow in a relationship with God.
Safety Is Our Top Priority
Your high school students are kept safe and chaperoned by trained leaders throughout the entirety of this trip. Students are never permitted to go off on their own and the plans for the trip are well organized to keep the kids engaged within the safety of their groups. We also have a trained nurse that will accompany us on this trip in case there are any medical emergencies that take place.
High school students and leaders will be staying in high-quality cabins with running water, sinks, showers, heating, electricity, a kitchen, and bunks to sleep on. Kitchens are equipped with stoves, a microwave, and a refrigerator/freezer.
The location of these cabins is in a populated, wooded area right by Salt Fork Lake in Ohio. The cabin system is owned by the (insert name). This is where all Campus Life Groups from Metro Pittsburgh will be meeting.
There is a lodge within walking distance where we will gather frequently to participate in group activities and discussions, sing with the band, and listen to the speaker of the weekend. This lodge has a pool, hot tub, arcade, and souvenir shop for all to use.
Students are expected to pack food for the weekend as they have everything they need to store and prepare meals. Leaders strongly encourage their campus life groups to work together in getting supplies so they can organize and prepare meals together on the trip. Kitchens are equipped with a microwave, stoves, a refrigerator/ freezer, and proper kitchenware for cooking and eating.