Brookhill Ranch Christian Summer Camp was established in 1964 with the purpose of reaching out to every young person with unconditional love, helping each one to realize his or her own intrinsic worth.

Age Range:

Campers must have completed the 3rd grade and may attend through the completion of the 9th grade.

What to Bring:

-Sleeping bag (or blankets and sheets)


-clip-on fan

-tennis and shower shoes

-shorts, shirts, socks

-towels and toiletries

-trunk or bag

-extra money for merch and concessions.

Themed Nights:

Wilson Wombash – western clothes: jeans, jean shorts,  cowboy hats, etc.

Guys Night – jerseys or sports wear

Girls Night – pajamas or comfortable clothes





Please do not send valuable or irreplaceable articles to camp. We are not responsible for lost items. We cannot return items left by campers.

Food and Meals:

Meals are included in the total cost; however, General Store Concessions are extra.

If your child has special dietary needs, please contact the office for more information 501.623.5983

Bunk houses and Shower houses:

Rustic, ranch style bunk houses are provided. Twenty campers with a Head Counselor of college age and 2 Jr. Counselors live in each bunk house. Girls and boys sections are adequately separated. Shower houses with restroom facilities are cleaned and inspected daily. Bunk house living is “family style” with a variety of different ages. No child of one age group is ever in bunk houses alone (providing others of the same age have registered). We will not place a group of more than three campers together as bunkmates in the same bunk house.

Airplane Arrivals:

We do not pick up campers outside the Hot Springs area; however, an airport shuttle service can be secured by calling 1-501-247-8006. The shuttle service comes to the Arlington Hotel in Hot Springs. Notify us a week in advance, and we’ll pick up the camper there. Private planes coming into the Hot Springs airport need to notify us a week prior to arrival for pickup transportation to camp.

Nearby Accomadations:

Hot Springs Village Rentals
121 Cordoba Center Drive #200
email: stay@renthotspringsvillage.com

Village Villas
4136 Hwy 7 North
email: info@villagevillas.com

Applications accepted beginning January 1, 2020

  1. June 8-13
  2. June 15-20
  3. June 22-27
  4. June 29-July 4
  5. July 6-11
  6. July 13-18
  7. July 20-25
  8. July 27-August 1


The cost for registration is $650 per camper, which may be paid in full if desired, but the $300 deposit is required now. The remaining $350.00 will be due when you arrive at camp.

Click the link below to register.

If you need Assistance Registering for Camp please call 501.623.5983


Brookhill Ranch Summer Camp offers a wide variety of activities for campers to choose. Here is a list of the activities we offer.

Advanced Equestrian Track

This activity is for those campers wanting to pursue their achievements in Horseback. From Beginner Horseman to the Advanced Equestrian, this activity provides individual help in achieving your goals to become the best Brookhill Horseman you can be.



A great activity for anyone who has ever wanted to try their hand at a bow and arrow! Brookhill provides bows, arrows, and instruction. Learn the basic bow handling and shooting skills, as well as shaving cream filled balloon shoots, free canteen tournaments, and the famous Brookhill hunt!


Beach Volleyball

You asked and we listened! Welcome to this co-ed beach volleyball activity! You will enjoy beach volleyball at it’s finest while learning the drills and skills it takes to dominate the sand. See you on the court.


Big Lake

This activity is for our 7th, 8th and 9th graders to enjoy varies boating activities on our biggest lake. Team competitions, racing canoes, learning the art of knot tying and capture the flag are all a small part of this big activity.


Casting & Fishing

Complete with instructors, competition and games, this activity promises a lot of fun.  Offering one of the highest awards at Brookhill, the Pro Angler, this activity will also test your knowledge of lures, knot tying, and breeds of fish. Sign up and sink your hook into this activity! Go fish!


Crafts and Arts

Brookhill has an arts and crafts room filled with fun things to do. If you love arts and crafts and using your imagination, then this is the activity is for you. Learn how to make Brookhill style name-tags, show your cabin spirit with the famous Brookhill particle board art, and get your hands ooey gooey with your very own homemade slime!



The Brookhill drama team works on 2 original skits all week long to perform in front of the camp. In addition to learning the skits, you will play drama relative games, practice and enhance your basic drama skills, and have the most fun possible packed into one week. Sign up for this activity right away… your audience awaits!


Fun Swim

Take a plunge off a 12 ft. high dive, and soar down a 20 ft zip line! It’s not a water park; it’s FUN SWIM at Brookhill. There are lifeguards on duty to ensure safety and fun. If you are in the mood for a cool down this summer, then take a dip into this activity.



Drive down the big straight-away track or maybe the shorty curvy track is more your style. Either way, you are in the driver’s seat of your own go-cart and there is nothing out ahead but more road to conquer. So take a seat, put your hands on the wheel, and get ready for the ride of your life.


Hodge Podge

As one of our most popular activities, Hodge Podge is a never-ending assortment of exhilarating games. With food relays, mini golf, and water balloon volleyball, this activity defines nonstop fun. After one day in this activity, you will see why it’s our fastest growing activity at Brookhill. Sign up for Hodge Podge and be a part of the trend.


Horseback Riding

For the cowgirl or cowboy inside of you just waiting to get out, saddle up and learn how to control a horse and enjoy riding. If you know how to ride and just want to have fun, this activity is for you. This activity is strictly designed for riding and not to achieve awards.


Island Games

Calling all competitors! If you enjoy Survivor type challenges and love being  outdoors this is the activity for you. Enjoy a series of team competitions on our popular Carnival island while testing your skill, knowledge and creativity in this one of a kind activity. Sign up for Island Games and get your Game Face on!


Nature Adventure

If you enjoy being outdoors then this activity is where you need to be. A barnyard full of animals including a cow, baby chickens, rabbits, miniature pony, turtles, goats, and much more awaits you. You will build a campfire, play in a hayloft, feed the animals, have turtle races, and go searching for arrowheads in a creek bed. Get ready for fun!



Shoot with a BB gun, pellet gun, 22 rifle, and a shotgun. You will start with paper targets and then move on to shoot much more difficult rubber targets. Our instructors provide the guns, safety supervision, proper gun handling and maintenance instructions and a whole lot of fun! Lock and load!



If you are laid back and competitive, then this activity is most definitely for you! From board games to card games to group games and more, Shenanigans is the place to be! Held in our Hangout, this activity provides a great opportunity for campers to have one on one interaction with some of our most fun counselors while learning how to create and have fun without technology. Join us for one of the best additions to camp.


Small Lake

Pedal boats, splash boats, water basketball tournaments and cane pole fishing are just a few of the attractions at the 5 acre lake. This activity is provided for the campers who have finished the 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade and who love to be on the water. Grab your life vest and have fun!


Sports (Boys & Girls)

Don’t miss your favorite sports this summer! Basketball, volleyball and football are just a few of the sports taught and played in this activity. Work on drills, technique, teamwork, leadership and have a blast doing it. Games and competition are sure to bring out your talent. Still think you are too good for summer camp? Don’t sing it. Bring it!



A great activity to improve your skills as you play on our brand new, professional grade tennis court! You can bring your own racket or use one of ours. Games, round robin tournaments and playing match against some of our staff are just a few of the things that make this activity a must for all tennis lovers. Are you up to the challenge?


Water Rides

If you are out of the 8th or 9th grade this is the activity you have been waiting for! Jump on the floating trampoline. Swim and chill with your favorite counselors. AND don’t forget about the main attraction-TUBING!!! Don’t pass this activity up. This is the activity everyone talks about so make sure you sign up for fun!


Woodworking and Engineering

Welcome to one of the best new activities at Brookhill! Woodworking and Engineering is designed to help those with an engineering mind learn how to channel their creativity. They will design and build different objects and then have a chance to see those object in action. This activity will not disappoint!


Stunts and Tumbling

Fly high in this new activity! Stunts and Tumbling is for those who like to soar, flip, jump, twist and turn! This activity is designed for those who already have some basic tumbling experience and is taught by a veteran staff member trained in stunts safety. We can’t wait to see you soar!


November 29th, 30th and Dec. 1st


(No Refunds)

What You Need To Know:

   •   Check-in starts at 4:00pm on Friday, Nov. 29th. Turkey Day ends at 12:00pm on Sunday, Dec. 1st.
   •   NO FIRST AID COUNSELOR. Campers will be responsible for their own medicine.
   •   We do not assign bunk-mates during Turkey Day.
   •   Limited Space Available – Register Early.

What You Need To Bring:

   •   Warm bedding ( You will be staying in the Bunkhouses we use for Summer Camp. We have heaters in the cabins, but you will need to bring warm bedding.)
   •   Toiletries
   •   Something to take notes on (Bibles, Notebooks, Phones)
   •   Warm clothing, Tennis Shoes and Gym Clothes (For the Gym Afternoon)
   •   Money – Cash and Cards accepted (For Merch and Concessions)
   •   Phone

What You’ll Do When You Get Here:

   •   Encouraging Bible Studies
   •   Powerful Worship
   •   Moments of prayer and quiet time
   •   Basketball, Volleyball, Movie, Hangout Time
   •   New – Turkey Day Carnival Night, Bonfire, Smore’s, Food Truck
   •   Connect with staff and other campers
   •   Learn how to apply for All Summer Staff and Junior Counselor Positions

What Are You Waiting For?

For More Information Call: 501.623.5983



There are many people involved in making camp successful. These are just a few of our leaders.
Kelle Stahl
Kelle Stahl
Chief Financial Officer
Kelle Stahl is the camp's CFO. Kelle handles every registration form personally. She takes great care in placing the campers in their activities and does her very best to provide customer service to anyone who requires it.
David & MeLisa Pate
David & MeLisa Pate
Chief Executive Officer/Office Staff
David Pate is the camp's CEO. He oversees the hiring of the staff and the development of our JCT’s. MeLisa works with our office staff and with our First Aid Counselors providing care to our campers when necessary.
Mike & Lynlee McMillan
Mike & Lynlee McMillan
Chief Operations Officer/Camp Administrator
Lynlee (Brooks) McMillan is the Camp Administrator. Camp is her favorite time of the year and she loves every camper like they are her own children. Mike McMillan is the COO. He oversees all of the facilities and all of the activities of camp.
Jason & Sydney Ross
Jason & Sydney Ross
Camp Director
Jason Ross is the camp director for Brookhill. Jason runs the day to day activities of camp. He works closely with our counselors to ensure the incredibly fun and family environment that makes our camp unique.
Stuart & Mekinsey Berryhill
Stuart & Mekinsey Berryhill
Staff Recruiter
Stuart Berryhill is our Staff Recruiter. Stuart handpicks and places each of our Junior Counselors. He works with our administration to recruit and train our exceptional staff each summer.
Tyler Fincher
Tyler Fincher
Media Director
Tyler Fincher is our Media Director. Tyler works with our video, photo, and social media counselors to help capture and share the camp experience. He helps ensure that our camp stays ahead of the curve with a growing media presence.


Each summer, our staff is prayed over and carefully chosen to represent the best of Brookhill. Our staff is made up of high school and college-aged young people who have grown up in our Summer Camp Program. Over 50 years of Brookhill Staff have joined the Legacy of the Red T Shirt and we are always searching for who is going to continue the tradition!
JCs! Our final JC training date is this Saturday June 8th! The training will be from 10:00am-4:30pm. Registration will open at 9:30am. Lunch, pen & paper will be provided. Remember that you MUST attend this training or the June 8th training in order to be a JC this summer. If you plan on attending the June 8th training date but have not received a RSVP, then please message Stuart Berryhill on Instagram @stuartb501. We look forward to this Saturday!


 Junior Counselor Employment Application

(Must have completed 10th, 11th or 12th grade to apply)

Training Dates
May 25th/June 8th

AC and Support Staff Application

(Must have completed the 11th or 12th grade to apply)

Training Dates
June 2nd – 9th

SC  and Support Staff Application

(Must have completed your first year of college or be 18 to apply)

Training Dates
June 2nd – 9th


Below is a list of information concerning our policies and procedures.


3:00 pm to 4:00 pm (Monday of your choice of dates) Camper Arrival MUST BE APPROVED AFTER 4:00 PM.

Do not drop off your children early as there is no supervision provided.


Closing ceremonies begin at 11:30 am; camp will end at 12:30 pm.
Camp DVD’s, pictures, shirts, hats, and books etc. will be available for purchase upon camp closing.

Please notify the Camp Office for any early departures.


Brookhill strives for the highest physical, mental and spiritual standards possible. There will be NO smoking, matches, lighters, fireworks, use of tobacco, alcohol, or abusive language. We do not allow piercings or any such items or behavior of questionable nature. No Drugs allowed, (except that prescribed by a doctor, which is kept with the First Aid Counselor). We protect our campers from influences which we feel to be detrimental, degrading, destructive or not in keeping with Brookhill standards. Please, girls one-piece bathing suits, please boys no earrings. Absolutely no cell phones are allowed at camp. This is imperative to insure your campers’ safety as it would be impossible to monitor calls made and received at camp. We reserve the right to deny acceptance to any applicant based on the standards outlined in this application, as well as dismissal from camp should it become necessary.


 Prior to May 1st, 50% of your deposit is refundable.

After May 1st the deposit is non-refundable.


Two campers wishing to be in the same bunkhouse must give each others names in the “I prefer to be with” space provided on front of the application.

We do our best to accommodate every campers friend requests: however, due to camp availability, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to make bunkhouse assignment changes the day of registration.


Brookhill is a physically demanding camp. We are happy to help parents with children who have difficulty in specific areas, but it is imperative that the parents communicate the camper’s difficulties BEFORE coming to camp. *We cannot accommodate physical or mental limitations. The existence of a “limiting condition” does not necessarily exclude a child from camp; however a failure on the parents’ part to disclose a “limiting condition” prior to registration can result in automatic dismissal of the camper. No refund will be available at that time. Please consider your child’s ability to participate before applying to camp.

PLEASE NOTE, there is not a Doctor or nurse on staff. There is a First Aid counselor on site to dispense medicine, and to attend to minor injuries. We strive to provide tasty and healthy meals to your camper. However, we are unable to prepare separate meals due to allergies or preference. Thank you for understanding the difficulty of accommodating this request.


Please help your child choose his or her 4 activities, as they will be required to take them the first day of camp. After this time they will have an opportunity to change their scheduled activities. Every conceivable effort is made to protect each camper’s health and safety through training of the staff. However, the camp assumes no responsibility for accidents, illness, or loss of life, or for loss of personal equipment by fire, theft, natural disasters, or campers’ carelessness. Brookhill is noted for its safety measures and few accidents. We have found all of the things listed here to be important to the Camper, and to us. We expect to have a great time with your child. Thank you for taking time to help your child have the most wonderful camping experience possible.


Every conceivable effort is made to protect campers’ health and safety through training of staff; however, the camp assumes no responsibility for accidents, for illness, for loss of life, nor for loss of personal equipment by fire, theft, or a camper’s carelessness. Brookhill is noted for its safety measures and very few accidents. (If your child has a physical or mental condition apart from the norm, we must be contacted prior to acceptance of application.)


If you have questions or need more information feel free to fill out our contact form.


431 Brooks Loop
Hot Springs, AR 71909


+1 (501)-623-5983