Contact RHINO Director Tim Shipkin at email@example.com or 504-897-0101 x111 for further questions.
What’s so special about camp RHINO?
Camp RHINO is a work hard, play hard week of serving God in the Crescent City! Campers and their leaders will have the opportunity to experience a week of intense urban mission and the unique culture of New Orleans.
During the day, leaders and campers work at Camp RHINO community partner sites, getting a real look at the diverse needs of New Orleans. At night, campers, leaders, and staff gather for dinner followed by a time of reflection and worship. Our worship program looks at the need we see around us, at home and in NOLA, and how we can respond as disciples of Christ.
What does camp cost?
Camp RHINO costs $395 per person (adult or youth), including a $50 deposit. Cost includes housing, meals, volunteer costs, and administrative fees. For $15/per person Loyola can provide linens and towels. This fee does not include transportation. Youth must be 14 years of age or older. Groups must have one adult chaperone for every five youth. Chaperones are expected to participate in all activities. Groups can have 6-50 people. Some weeks may accommodate multiple groups.