It's nice to see that there are some camps out there that are specifically non-religious, although I would think many camps that don't label themselves as atheist would just avoid the subject altogether, like sports camps, etc. It is nice to see there is a venue for this type of free thought for youngsters. There is a fine line between pushing your beliefs on your children and letting them find their own way. The hard part is not trying to get caught up in the rhetoric of it all, and allowing them to have an open mind and be inquisitive about all things. This is what boosts imagination and helps grow critical thinking and reasoning so they can be productive adults. It is nice to know that parents who send their children away to camp will know that their kids won't be indoctrinated with religious ideas behind their backs.
Camp Quest - Chesapeake Website
Camp Quest History and Mission