FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What is the camp dress code?

We ask that you keep your clothing modest while at camp. We go by the 3 B’s. Your Breast, Belly, and Buttocks should be covered. Female swimsuits should be a one piece, tankini, or two piece with a swim shirt covering.  Male and Female swim shorts or bottoms should be long enough to cover your buttocks.  Shirts should be long enough to cover your belly area and no bras or bra straps should be showing. Shorts and skirts should be long enough to completely cover  your buttocks.  Leggings are fine as long at your t-shirt is long enough to cover your buttocks.

When should i arrive for summer camp?

Check-in for all camps except Elementary Camp is at 4pm on Sunday of the week of camp.  Elementary Camp Check-in is at 3pm on Sunday.  Check-out for High School Camp is at 8pm on Friday.  Check-out for both Middle School camps and Adventure Camp is at 10am on Friday.  Check-out for Elementary Camp is at 2pm on Wednesday.

What should i bring to summer camp?

Bible, Pen/Pencil & Paper, Toothbrush/Toothpaste, Soap/Towels/Shampoo, Comb/Brush, Extra Shoes(wet), Swimsuit, Jacket, A variety of Clothes, Bag for Laundry, Pillow/Twin Sheets/Blanket or Sleeping Bag, Sun Block, Flashlight, Insect Repellent, Camera

Can i bring food in the dorm?

Please don’t, we try to keep a clean, ant-free environment in our living areas. So, we ask that you keep all food and sugary drinks outside the dorms. 

Is camp fun and safe?

Since 1964, camp has been a place of revival, peace, growth, and more for so many people. Camp is a high-energy, challenging, safe environment where all people can come and feel at home. All of our volunteers and staff have passed a level 2 nationwide background check.

Are there water activities?

Yes, camp has a large pool with diving board. Camp also borders a lake where the Blob, water trampoline, water slide, tubing, kayaks, canoes, paddle boards, and more are available when weather permits. 

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