What to Bring
Bible, pencil, bedding (Twin), toilet articles, towels & washcloths, modest clothing & swimsuit (see Dress Code below), bug spray and sunscreen.
What NOT to Bring:
Electronics (including cell phones), weapons, tobacco, drugs or alcohol. Any electronics needed for traveling to and from camp can be locked in the office during the camp session.
Please be modest in your clothing. Advertising, graphics & designs must be free from profanity, obscenity, violence, promoting tobacco, drugs or alcohol. One-piece or tankini bathing suits only. (When in the standing position, the stomach must be fully covered.) Swimwear is to be worn only during water games and swimming. Shorts & skirts are to be at least mid-thigh length. All pants/shorts/shirts are to be worn with a natural waist, keeping undergarments covered. Shirts are to cover midriffs, cleavage, shoulders, and backs. Clothing should fit well and not be excessively tight.
To Ensure a Great Experience:
- Every person is expected to conduct themselves in a Christ-like manner.
- Use of tobacco, drugs, or alcohol is strictly prohibited.
- Once a camper arrives, he/she is expected to stay for the entire camp session. If other arrangements need to be made, please contact the camp office prior to the camp session.
- Campers attending youth programs who bring their automobiles will turn their keys into the camp office.
- Misconduct or intentional damage of camp property may result in: a) restriction of privileges; b) sent home without a refund; and/or c) invoiced for damage.
- All medications will be turned in to the Health Supervisor and must be in the original container.
- All food items are prohibited in the dorms, cabins and other sleeping areas.
The safety of our campers is very important to us. Visitors (including family members) and phone calls are discouraged during camp sessions. If you need to get a message to your camper, please call the camp office 724-455-2700.