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Koronis Ministries; 15752 County Road 181, Paynesville, MN. Check it out @


All young people entering 6th grade in the fall of 2024 through graduating from 12th grade in the spring of 2024 are eligible to attend camp.

Camp Fee

Only $380 per camper.  Fee includes: 4 nights lodging, 10 meals, teaching, worship, prayer, fun, games and an overwhelming presence of God.


All campers must pre-register by Monday, June 17.  A $25 late fee will be charged to anyone registering after the deadline.  A completed Registration Form accompanied by the $380 non-refundable camp fee must be postmarked before the deadline to avoid the late fee.


Monday, July 15 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Nobody will be allowed into camp without properly completed and signed registration forms and full payment of fees. Once a camper has registered he/she is required to stay at camp during the entire event, participate in all activities, and be respectful of the leaders, property and guidelines. Camp begins at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, July 15 and ends at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, July 19. There is no Monday evening meal, but our concession stand will be open with food to purchase.


If you are age 18+ and would like to serve at Xtreme Passion Youth Camp, then please consider one of the following volunteer positions: 1) Team Captains - leaders who direct and inspire teams of 6-10 on-fire youth during all activities. 2) Security Officers - Authoritarian workers which enforce the rules and ensure a safe environment for all campers. 3) Medics - Trained personnel that provide medical assistance and tender, loving care for those that need it.        4) General Helpers - Servers that do whatever needs to be done to make it easier for everyone. All volunteers must submit a "Worker Application" and "Background Check" before June 17, 2024.  The volunteer worker fee is $280.


Each participating church should send at least one Team Captain per eight or less (boy and/or girl) campers. Churches are responsible for their group. Pastors should send only qualified workers and must sign a "Liability Release" form along with a “Pastoral Recommendation“ form for each worker.

What To Bring

Comfortable, casual clothing, light jacket/sweatshirt, modest one-piece swimsuit, sports apparel and old pair of shoes, personal toiletries (deodorant, soap, toothpaste, etc.), towel, washcloth, Bible, notebook, pens, insect repellent, sunscreen, flashlight, phone, tablet, extra money for snacks and offerings, a good attitude, and a friend. Camp leaders are not responsible for lost or stolen items.

What Not To Bring

Electronic games, comic books, magazines, ungodly books, fireworks and other flame-producing items, knives, guns (including water), handcuffs, duct tape, worldly clothing, two piece swimsuits or other revealing attire, and medication (except for doctor prescribed doses which must be submitted to the nurse immediately upon arrival at camp). Any inappropriate items and items used for improper purposes will be confiscated.

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