Solid Rock Bible Camp

Kenai Watershed Forum

Summer camps this year are getting a little help from the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services in the form of one-time grants. The Alaska Community Foundation and the Rasmuson Foundation are helping to administer the program, which sent out about $1.26 million in aid last week to various camp programs all over the state.

Kenai Watershed Forum

Usually, June is a hopping month on the Kenai Peninsula, packed with festivals, fun runs, and summer camps. This year, most of them are limited, cancelled or postponed. But there are still a few options for parents looking to get their kids outside into the sunshine.

Solid Rock Bible Camp outside Soldotna is pressing on with its summer camps, including overnights. The camp organizers are trying to include as much of the normal camp experience as they can, but that doesn’t mean it’s entirely business as usual. Courtney Proctor, a spokesperson for the camp, said there will be some changes, like doing more things outside and keeping group games smaller.