Camp Paintrock and its facilities are located on 14 acres within a working cattle ranch that spans more than 7,000 acres. The camp runs two four-week sessions, offering the experience to two different groups of students each summer. The goal of the summer program is to bring the C5 leaders back to basics. Surrounded by nature, the leaders will define, build and support a community in which they will obtain a new appreciation for life, the environment, and the realization of new opportunities and horizons. Through the C5 “Leadership U.” curriculum, the youth will develop leadership skills in the area of: teamwork, organization, communication, confidence, independence, inter-dependence, trust, and self-esteem. While all of these experiences will take place in a "fun, camp environment," an educational element will also be built into the program teaching topics such as: social awareness, environmental awareness, geology, botany, equestrian skills, livestock and wildlife appreciation.