Presbyterian Camp & Conference Center Association

ACA's Best Resources for PCCCA Members!

Multiply Your Outcomes. Knowledge You Need.

Sharpen Your Edge 
Education. Education. Education. Access from your own office: online coursese-books, unlimited streaming videos for training. We recommend these.

Promote Your Camp
Your camp on ACA’s Find a Camp. No fee. No catch. Parents will be able to find you. See Camps that Rent to Groups section also.

Spiritual Outcomes 
Increase, measure, and promote spiritual outcomes of your campers.

Volunteer & Staff Training Resources

  • Volunteer Development 101 (book and course)
  • Staff Screening and Hiring Resources — Find job descriptions, staff, and more
  • Camp Is for the Camper – book and online course
  • S'mores and Other Sticky Stuff: A Game for Training Camp Staff
  • Managing Difficult Camper Behaviors – recorded webinar 1 CEC
  • Super Staff Supervision – book
  • Four Quadrants of Accountability for Camp Staff – recorded webinar 1 CEC
  • Effective Supervision Skills for Senior Staff – online course 1 CEC

Networking and Community  Ask another camp professional or find an event.

Keep Up with Your State Laws  State laws for camps.

Risk Management and Business Practices


Membership for Individuals — One Year Free for You and Your Staff
Learn more. Use this code for a one-year free membership: PCCCA.

Membership for Camps — Yes, Your Camp Can Be a Member of ACA!
Your camp can be a member of the American Camp Association. Accreditation is not a requirement. Fees start at $350. Here's what to do:

  1. Download and print the application.
  2. Fill out the application (fees are on the application).
  3. Send it back to us (mail, e-mail, or fax).
  4. We will send you a packet of information.

 Photo courtesy of Camp Kamaji for Girls, Cass Lake, Minnesota