About KAA 2

Specifically designed with middle-school-age youth in mind, KAA2 offers more than 20 intense, athletic and recreational activities. From water tubing on the lake to archery to recording original music at the G.H.O.P. recording studio (short for God Honors Our Praise), Campers create lasting memories and learn the importance of building a firm, Christian foundation at KAA 2. Our outstanding collegiate staff ensure that God’s word is emphasized at every turn, and KAA 2 campers leave encouraged, equipped and empowered.  

Watch this video to learn more about KAA 2, the camp for ages 12-14.

 
 

Facilities

Featuring a mini-golf course, multiple sports fields, and recording, art and dance studios, campers will create memories of a lifetime at KAA 2.

    KAA 2 offers the following first-rate facilities:

24 cabins (12 male and 12 female cabins)

On-site cabins for Kaleos/Group Leaders

Dining Hall

Health Center

KAA 2 Office/KAA Store

Lakeside Dock

Aquatic Adventure Swimming Pool

Mini-golf course

Tennis Court

Tetherball

Multi-purpose building for worship time and classes

2 covered arenas featuring multiple basketball courts

Weight-lifting room

Lakefront outdoor worship amphitheater

Woods outdoor worship amphitheater

High Adventure Course

Obstacle Course

Soccer Field

Football Field

Baseball/Kickball Field

Sand Volleyball Court

Outdoor Trampoline Center

Recording Studio

Art Studio

Dance Studio

 

Activities

Archery

Archery Tag

Baseball

Basketball

Bible Studies

Blob

Cheer

Canoeing

Challenge Course

Fishing

Football

Frisbee

GHOP

Golf

Nature Walks

Self Defense

Speed, Agility & Quickness

Step Class

Swimming

Tetherball

Trampoline

Tree Tops Adventure

Volleyball

Water Tubing

 

Directors

Eric WilliamsLead Director

Eric Williams serves as the KAA 2 Lead Director/Executive Director. In this role Williams oversees KAA camp directors and directly supervises staff at KAA 2. He has more than two decades of experience working in the youth ministry and many years in Christian camping leadership.
Williams received his undergraduate degree in business management from Arkansas Tech University.
He and his wife of 22 years, Joelle, have seven beautiful children ranging in age from 20 years to 16-months-old.

Danielle StoneExecutive Women's Director

Danielle Stone  served as the KAA 1 Women’s Director from 2014-17. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in elementary education at Florida Southern College. She participated in the Memphis Teacher Residency while earning her master's degree in urban education.  She is now the Women's Director of KAA2.

Videos

2018 Camp Dates

Session 1: June 3 – June 9
Session 2: June 10 – June 16
Session 3: June 17 – June 23
Session 4: June 24 – June 30
Session 5: July 1 – July 7
Session 6: July 8 – July 14
Session 7: July 15 – July 21
Session 8: July 22 – July 28
Session 9: July 29 – Aug 4