Mission Statement

We aim to provide a safe facility and resources to challenge and promote the spiritual, physical, emotional and social wellbeing of all people who use these facilities; regardless of race, gender, religion or social status.

Who Are We?

Highland Home Christian Camp is owned and operated by a Christian Trust represented by churches in the Manawatu region. It is directed by a Board of Management and employs two full time and three casual staff.

Our Aim

Provide a safe and enjoyable experience
To develop self esteem, communication, co-operation
To promote spiritual awareness based on the Bible

If you would like to visit the campsite to view the facilities, please phone to arrange a suitable time.
For further information or bookings contact the Highland Home Staff.

We look forward to having you stay with us.

Christian Camping is committed to encouraging a holistic approach to life. Camping
offers unquestionable benefits to the personal and social development of those
participating in its programmes. “Challenge by choice” is always encouraged as these
experiences build into the character of a child for life. New Zealand had its
organizational beginnings at a meeting in 1976 at Kiwi Ranch in Rotorua

Who are We?

Our member camps are spread right throughout New Zealand; all have facilities, and in most cases, facilitators. Each site utilizes their local environment and natural resources.

Each site has a wide range of clientele: schools, churches, special needs, sports, community based groups, businesses etc.

Each site is committed to a safe experience.

Because of the National Network, camps are updated constantly with legislation and Regulations covering safe practices through the National Office.

Each site is connected to not only a National but also an International Network of Camping and a great deal of idea interchange takes place.

Christian Camping International began in California in November 1949.

There are 18 Associations which cover 94 Countries of the World. J 1.5million people attend camps per year (2004 statistics).