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Some general information to know: 

  • Campers must pre-register! When deciding which camp session your child should attend, we recommend the grade level he/she will be entering next school year. Registration price covers camp picture, t-shirt, water bottle, and snack shack. 

  • Scholarships are available for campers who have a financial need. Contact for consideration.


  • For the safety and protection of our campers and staff, we are not allowing visitors this year. 

  • Campers MUST check in at the Camp Office when they arrive at camp BEFORE moving into the dorms to complete registration and have their temperatures checked.   

  • Camp Arrival: Registration begins at 9am on the first day of each session! Enter the driveway, find a parking spot, and head toward the office (building with a small porch). Counselors will meet you and your camper to help direct you to the right cabin.

  • Camp Dismissal: We will not have Family Services this year. Campers will be dismissed at 5:00pm on the final day of each session. 


  • Permission to leave the ground MUST be obtained from directors. 


  • Participation will be required in most activities.


  • Our Dress Code is to practice Christian modesty

    • No tank tops, halter tops, midriff shirts, or bare shoulders.

    • Only modest shorts will be allowed. 

    • For ladies, swimsuits must be conservative one-piece suits or worn with a cover-up. 

    • Sandals are permitted, however, tennis shoes & socks are required for some activities.

    • Jeans & long sleeved shirts, jackets or sweaters are needed for cool evenings and mornings.

    • The directors reserve the right to have campers change clothes if what they’re wearing is deemed inappropriate. 

  • What to bring

    • Sleeping Bag/Bedding & Pillow

    • Towels, Soap, Shampoo & Deodorant

    • Toothbrush & Toothpaste  

    • Clothes for each day

    • Swimsuit (one piece) 

    • Jacket, Sweatshirt, Jeans (evenings can be chilly)

    • Bug Spray & Sunscreen

    • Tennis shoes & Socks

    • Sandals/flip flops for water games

    • Bible (NIV preferred)

    • Prescription medications (in original bottles & clearly labeled. All medications will be given to camp nurse or directors at registration)


  • What NOT to bring 

    • Electronic Games/Devices

    • Tobacco, alcohol, drugs

    • Pop, snacks, candy

    • Cell phones- use this opportunity to "unplug" for a week! Phones will be available for use in case of an emergency.

Still have questions? E-mail us at

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