A Summer Camp for Young Women

Oakcrest Girls Camp promotes spiritual growth, provides wholesome fun and meaningful experiences, and improves social skills.

Located in Kamas Valley

Oakcrest is nestled in the beautiful Kamas Valley and is owned and operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Up to 3,000 girls attend Oakcrest each summer. Established in 1958, Oakcrest now serves over 100 stakes in the Salt Lake Valley and is open to all young women who have just completed the 7th grade.

Wholesome Summer Fun, Growth, & Experiences

The camp runs for 10 weeks of the summer with up to 300 campers attending each week.  The goal of all Oakcrest activities is to promote spiritual growth, provide wholesome fun and meaningful experiences, and improve social skills.

Activities Include

What Campers Are Saying

I liked being able to connect with other campers over the campfire.

I didn’t know what a testimony was before, and now I have one.

Before I came to Oakcrest, I sometimes felt like God loved me but didn’t know me. Now I know He knows me.

I have been uplifted and felt appreciated, and the unit prayers strengthened my testimony.

The spirit was with us the whole time. I could feel it really well.

There was always something to do.

I loved the trek activity and the many spiritual moments.

I didn’t think camp food could be so good!

Best camp I've ever been to

I loved it. It was so much fun. I do not even want to leave.

I want to be a counselor when I grow up.

I now feel closer to Heavenly Father and feel like I can rely on Him more.

I have learned that I am a daughter of God and He loves me.

My testimony has been strengthened so much more than I ever thought it could!

I want the chefs to stay at my house to cook for me.

You could feel the holiness of the whole place, and you know that God is there.

I liked being able to connect with other campers over the campfire.

I didn’t know what a testimony was before, and now I have one.