Registration now open for Rodeo Bible Camp 2019!
An opportunity for youth to come together to experience the same qualities of spiritual, relational and physical activities that are prevalent in traditional Bible camps, while participating and improving their abilities in the western and rodeo culture.
Rodeo Bible Camp 2020 will be held July 7–11 at the Leavenworth County Fairgrounds in Tonganoxie, Kansas.
Students grades 5th through 12th grade are welcome.
A horseless event where learners become familiar with all aspects of rodeo. Topics include events, rules, equipment, dress code and judging.
This class will work on the versatility, attitude and movement of the rider and horse over obstacles at a walk, trot or canter.
A timed speed and agility event where riders run a cloverleaf pattern around barrels without knocking them over. Fastest time wins.
A timed speed and agility event where riders run the length of 6 poles, turn and weave through twice, then run back to the start/finish line. Fastest time wins.
Riders run out to a staked goat, dismount, run to the goat, throw it to the ground and tie three feet together. The goat must stay tied for 6 seconds. Fastest time wins.
The first step to learning to bull ride. Riders ride a steer instead of a bull.
A form of calf roping where the lariat is tied lightly with a string and flag to the saddle horn. The running calf is roped and the horse stops. The calf continues running and the rope breaks away from the horn. Fastest time wins.
A 2-person event where one is the header and the other is the heeler. The header ropes the horns of a steer and pulls the steer into position for the heeler to catch both hind legs. When caught, the riders face each other. Fastest time wins.
An event where the rider tries to remain mounted on a bucking bull for 8 seconds. Riders are judged on a 100 point scale, 50 points for rider and 50 points for the bull.
It is the job of the bull fighter to keep the cowboys safe from the bull.
A take on Steer Wrestling where cowboys/girls wrestle a steer to the ground by grabbing the horns. Competitors begin holding the steer in a chute. Once the chute is opened, the steer is taken out a distance and brought to the ground.
Tie-Down Calf Roping
The cowboy ropes a running calf around the neck with a lariat and his horse stops and sets back on the rope while the cowboy dismounts, runs to the calf, throws it to the ground and ties three feet together. The calf must stay tied for 6 seconds. Fastest time wins.
Rodeo Bible Camp registration comes with all meals and lodging provided. Campers will be responsible for providing their own bedding and horses if needed per their event. There is a one time deposit required before the day of camp that will be put toward the total cost of the camp.
Special scholarships will be given to those in need. Email us at [email protected] for an application.
- Rodeo Bible Camp$150additional $4 fee for online payments
- $50 non-refundable deposit
- $35 stock fee*
- -$20 multiple family discount
Register for Camp
Click the link below to register for Rodeo Bible Camp. A deposit of $50 is required to hold your spot for camp. Event availability is reserved on a first come, first serve basis.
Volunteer at Camp
Rodeo Bible Camp can not function without its many volunteers. Click the link below to submit a volunteer application. All volunteers will undergo a background check to ensure the safety of all of our campers.
Donate to Rodeo Bible Camp
Donations are always welcome! We are looking for both monetary and item donations. To make an item donation for camp, please contact us.
Dillons shoppers can donate every time they swipe their rewards card. Dillons will donate to our camp each quarter. All you have to do is sign up for the community rewards program at www.Dillons.com and select Crossroads Rodeo Bible Camp or number 59905. This does not interfere with fuel points!
Monetary donations can be made by clicking the link below.