Cho- Yeh, a premier Christian summer camp and retreat center is letting adults join in on the fun for a day. On Sunday, April 15 families can experience what one of the best Christian youth camps
has to offer at “Family Fun Day.”
For some parents, sending a child off to a summer camp they have never seen, for the first time can be nerve racking. Cho- Yeh’s Family Fun Day allows parents to meet the staff, see the facilities and get a feeling about what the camp is all about. Parents can take tours throughout the day and see some of the cabins, dining halls and activities.
Families can partake in activities such as climbing the rockwall, screaming down the zipline, feeling the rush of playing paintball and flying off “the blob.” Whether families are looking into summer camps in Texas
or simply want to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the camp and spend time outside, Family Fun Day will live up to its name.
In 2011, more than 800 families came to Family Fun Day. There is no registration or fee. For the complete schedule, see bellow:
10:30 a.m. Gates Open
11:00 a.m. Family Worship
12:00 p.m. Lunch
12:45 p.m. Play the Day Away
5:00 p.m. End of day
Family members should wear tennis shoes and bring a swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, sunglasses, change of clothes, water bottle and camera.
About Cho- Yeh:
Established in 1947, Cho-Yeh Camp and Conference Center is a premier Christian camp and retreat center in Livingston, TX. Cho- Yea is the only one of many summer camps in Texas whose mission is, “a place where people grown."The name Cho-Yeh comes from the local Alabama-Coushatta Indian language and means "a place where tall pines grow.” Cho-Yeh’s mission is to be "a place where people grow.” Camp Cho-Yeh has a full-time staff of over 20 people and a summer staff of more than 150 counselors who are dedicated to being safe, having fun, and helping people grow spiritually. Though Cho- Yeh is affiliated with the Presbytery of New Covenant, campers and retreat guests are welcomed from all walks of life, denominations, and other organizations to enjoy facilities and programs.