Will my child be safe?
Your child's safety is of the utmost importance to us! Each adult on campus will have secured a background check. Kids will be placed in cabins based on their age and gender. Bathrooms are gender specific and adults on campus will never shower at the same time as children! We will have certified lifeguards and medical staff on site to administer medication or make emergency decisions if needed. Our trained security team will be present at all hours.
How old does my child have to be?
Kids going into kindergarten through sixth grade this fall (2021) are invited to join us!
Does my child have to stay over night?
Kids going into second through sixth grade have the option to join us overnight as an overnight camper or during the day as a day camper. Parents will bring day campers each day from 8:30am-4:00pm.
What about COVID guidelines?
We will monitor and follow the current county guidelines at the time of camp. As always, supplies and activity areas are sanitized after each activity.
What about meals and snacks?
All meals and snacks are included in your registration. Water will be provided throughout the day on the campground.
What time should I drop my child off and pick them up?
Overnight campers should arrive by 8:30am on Tuesday, June 22nd and picked up at 4:00pm on Thursday, June 24th. Day campers should arrive at 8:30AM each day and picked up at 4:00pm each day.
How can I contact you?
A phone number will be provided to you the week prior to camp through your registration email. If there is an emergency, you may use this number to contact our camp team.
What if my child needs to take medicine or has an emergency?
A licensed medical staff will be at camp at all times. At the time of check in, you will be able to check your child's medication in to our nurse.
Can my child bring their cell phone?
Our goal is that your child has the absolute BEST time encountering God and building community with friends. Because of this, we’re asking that your child does not bring his or her cell phone to camp. Our kids team will have their phones should the need arise.
What should my child pack?
We remember how much fun we had packing for camp, so be sure to check your email closer to June for a detailed list!
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