COVID - 19 UPDATE
It is with heavy hearts that we are announcing the cancellation of our 2020 summer camp weeks. After much prayer and lengthy consulting with local and federal agencies, the board of directors, and advisors, we feel that it is in the best interest and safety of our campers, staff, and wonderful community that we suspend our 2020 summer program. We love you all and thank you for your support. God is good and still in control! We look forward to seeing everyone in 2021!
BRING: Bible, appropriate clothes, bedding, towels, washcloths, toiletries, notebook, pencil, modest swimsuit, jacket, rain gear, flashlight, athletic shoes, flipflops for the lake and showers, sunscreen, and spending money.
DO NOT BRING: Cell phones, iPods, Apple watches, or other electronic devices, magazines, weapons of any sort, tobacco, vaping and e-cigarettes, alcoholic beverages, drugs, fireworks, or clothing with inappropriate advertising or language.
Dressing modestly is an integral part of showing respect for ourselves, others and the Lord. During our weeks at camp, campers are very active and busy. Clothing that is too tight or loose is not conducive to our level of activity our campers will experience.
Please adhere to the following standards:
- All undergarments must be covered (including bra straps, waistband of boxers, etc).
- Midriffs (front and back of the torso) must be covered.
- Oversized arm holes on T-shirts or tank tops are not allowed on boys or girls.
- Shorts should be knee-length for both boys and girls.
- Any clothing that requires constant adjustment (pulling down or up, tugging at seams or straps) should not be worn at camp.
- Swimsuits for female campers may be a one-piece or tankini. If a camper decides to wear a two-piece, she must wear a shirt or a cover. Male camper must wear traditional swimming trunks. Campers will wear their clothes over their swimsuits when moving to and from the lake.
- Clothing with off-color or immoral advertising is not allowed.
PLEASE NOTE: Please do not send anything “NEW” to camp. Clothing (including shoes, socks, and towels) may be damaged, lost, or destroyed during camp. The director reserves the right to require any camper to change his or her outfit if considered inappropriate. The camp also reserves the right to discharge any non-cooperative or non-compliant camper.
- Please mark all luggage and clothing with the camper’s name.
- Campers are encouraged to stay the entire camp period except for sickness or emergency.
- Camper fee refunds are not given for early departure.
- Campers may be photographed and/or recorded on video for use in promotional materials.
- For the protection of the campers, those with contagious conditions such as chickenpox, Flu, bedbugs, lice, etc. should not be brought to camp. If your child has been treated for any of the previously mentioned conditions within 2 weeks prior to camp, please inform the camp staff.
- Parents are asked not to call their children except in the case of an emergency.
- Lost and found items not picked up within 30 days after departure will be disposed of.
- Please do not send snacks and candy for use in the cabins. These attract unwanted critters