Journey to the Cross Rodeo Bible Camp strives to provide quality instruction in rodeo events with an emphasis on spiritual guidance. The camp is non-denominational. Volunteer instructors come from all levels of rodeo experience, rodeo instructors typically compete or have competed at the professional, regional and collegiate levels.
Rodeo events for participants include:
Barrel Racing, Pole Bending, Goat Tying, Breakaway Roping, Tie-down Roping, Team Roping, Steer Wrestling/Chute Doggin’, Saddle Bronc Riding, Bull Riding, Bull Fighting, Cutting, and Beginner’s Horseless Horsemanship.
Prizes (belt buckles and more) are awarded following the conclusion of the rodeo performance on the final day of camp.
Devotions & Worship – Each morning campers participate in a devotional and prayer before saddling up for their events. Guest speakers and worship music correspond with meals and campers attend an evening service.
In 2016 the Finney County Fairgrounds became the gracious hosts of the Journey to the Cross Rodeo Bible Camp. The fairgrounds offers numerous amenities to campers and their horses including four arenas for rodeo instruction plus additional warm up and other instructional areas. Campers stay at the fairgrounds at all times. They are fed in the concession area, sleep in the buildings, and walk or ride to instructional areas. Campers are responsible for bringing all items such as bedding, toiletries, feed, buckets, tack and other horse care items.
We’ll see you at the Finney County Fairgrounds!