Camp Details

Camper Registration

Campers are not officially registered and do not have a spot saved for them at camp until registration has been completed and payment in full has been received prior to camp start.  All campers need to be registered online by a guardian/parent unless over 18 years of age and payment can be made for a camper on the registration screen or via a scholarship/donation which can be made on behalf of a camper on the support tab on this website.  We are not able to accommodate campers who show up at camp the day it starts without registration and payment since we have limited space, need camper information for planning and meal prep, and parent/guardian registration signatures.

Payment(s) can be made by credit or debit card via PayPal online.  We are not able to take payments at camp any longer.  Thanks for your understanding. 

A $10 late registration fee will be applied two weeks before the start of each camp. Registration closes one week prior to camp start. Please register early to ensure you have a spot at camp this summer. 

Cancellation Policy/Refunds

To request a refund, cancellation must be made in writing two weeks prior to the camp date to The refund will be what you have paid minus a $25 non-refundable deposit. No shows at camp will not be refunded.

Arrival and Departure Details

To ensure a smooth and safe experience while dropping off and picking up your camper, you should know the following: 

– No campers are allowed on site prior to the check in times and parent/guardians/others are not allowed on site prior to check out times. The gates will be locked for safety.  

– When you arrive, please park in the main parking lot.  

– Check in and check out tables for campers will be in the soccer field.  

– Camp volunteers and counselors are asked not to bring campers prior to camp start. 

Check in/Pick up times

Introductory Camp: Begins Friday evening at 6:00 pm., dinner will be provided. Camp ends at 11:00 am on Sunday prior to lunch.  Check in 5:00-6:00 pm.  Check out 10:30-11:00 am.

Primary, Junior, Middle School and Sr High Camps: Check in 1:00-2:00 pm on the first day. Check out 11:00 am-11:45am on the last day (no lunch provided).


Food/Dietary Restrictions

With the recent increase in the number of allergies and different diet choices requested it presents new challenges for us. All our food is prepared in one kitchen due to how our facility is set up. At this time, we are able to accommodate the diet needs listed below and express a limit of liability for any reactions from meals provided. Please ensure you have noted any dietary specific information on your campers registration or call the reservation manager.

Accommodate Basic: Dietary choice- vegetarian, lactose intolerance, and gluten free

Not Able to Accommodate: Acute allergy to nuts/peanuts, celiac, dairy intolerance, and vegan

See document for further details and how we are willing to work with you.

Dress Code

We want to ensure we all have a great time at camp and don’t want to have to ask campers to change in to appropriate attire during the week. Please ensure you pack accordingly.

  • Clothing that is ill fitting, sagging, too tight, too short or reveals undergarments will not be allowed at camp.
  • Clothing should not have words, images or advertisements that contain alcoholic beverages, tobacco, drugs, violence, sexually suggestive material or any non-Christian symbolism.
  • Women should not wear shirts which are sheer, low-cut, show cleavage, are form fitting or have spaghetti straps. Tube tops and sleeveless tops with oversized arm holes and shirts that show midriff are not permitted.
  • Proper swimwear must be worn for water activities. For women, one-piece is preferred. A two-piece suit must be covered with a dark colored t-shirt. Camp Director may ask for shorts to be worn over a suit that is too revealing.
  • Closed toe shoes are required for some activities.

Camper Expectation

When you registered for camp you agreed to the below. Please review prior to arriving.

While at this camp I intend to be a positive influence on others and the surroundings. Therefore, I affirm and will follow these six expectations:

I expect to participate in every aspect of this camp to the level of my ability, attending and cooperating in all portions of the program.

I expect to conduct myself in a responsible manner at the campsite.

I expect my privacy and personhood will be respected by others at the camp and will give the same respect to them.

I expect this camp to enhance my physical, social, mental and spiritual well being and will therefore not use or possess weapons, drugs, alcohol or tobacco products at this camp.

I expect to make a positive impact at this camp and will therefore dress appropriately at all activities.

I expect God to touch my life through this camp.