Camp Kanesatake sits on 300 acres in Spruce Creek, near Warrior's Mark.
The camp itself was built in 1923 as a Sunday School Teachers' Camp. Sunday School teachers from all over Central PA would come to learn their new material for each quarter.
Now, Camp Kanesatake serves a summer camp for kids and teens. In addition to normal summer camps, it also offers a a soccer camp, hunting camp and leadership camp.
The camp has been growing recently, and this year they expect to have more than 600 campers throughout the season.
The camp offers all your regular summer camp activities like a zipline, a ropes course, a huge swimming pool, and even big bonfires. But Camp Kanesatake also offers a hope that you won't find at other summer camps.
"If a child or teenager decides to come here, they can expect to be themselves and have lots of fun, but also they're going to learn some life lessons," said Co-Director Seth Hoffman. "They are going to learn about a hope that will change their life forever and that hope is Jesus Christ and putting their faith in him."
Hoffman and his brother Aaron run the camp. Aaron said the hope that the offer the kids that come to Camp Kanesatake changes their lives. He said that parents see it immediately.
"We get phone calls in the office," said Aaron, "saying, 'Man, my son or daughter came home, and they're just like a different person.'"
That change, both Hoffmans say, comes from the hope that Camp Kanesatake offers.
"If you know Jesus Christ as your personal Savior, you can have hope of eternal life and that can be secure," said Seth. "There's nobody that can take that from you."
"There is something to live fore, and that something is the Lord Jesus Christ," said Aaron.