20 Questions to Ask Your Camper

Our vision is to build the next generation of Christian leaders by cultivating faith, nurturing community, and forging character.  We intentionally plan activities and programs to help campers grow in each of these three areas.

Your campers might be tired on the drive home, so asking open-ended questions may help you hear more about their week or two away from home.  Try asking the questions again after they’ve had a nap – or even a few days to process their experience – and see how the answers change.

  1. What was the best thing that happened?
  2. What was the most popular activity?
  3. What’s one thing you learned about God this week?
  4. What did you like about your counselors?
  5. Which area of Camp is the most fun?
  6. What’s one beautiful thing in God’s creation that you saw?
  7. What made you laugh?
  8. Who did you hang out with most days?
  9. What is something that challenged you?
  10. What was your favorite meal?
  11. How were you brave this week?
  12. What made you feel proud?
  13. What made you feel loved?
  14. Did anyone do anything super nice for you?
  15. What was the nicest thing you did for someone else?
  16. What is something you learned about a new friend in your cabin?
  17. Which new skill did you master this week?
  18. What are three different times you got wet or messy?
  19. Can you teach me one of the new songs you learned this week?
  20. What’s one or two things you want to do differently because of camp?