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Summer Camp Cancellation Policy

If a registered camper is unable to attend camp, notification must be given to the Camping Office immediately in order to obtain a refund. Full refunds are given up to two weeks before the start of the camp session, minus a $50 processing fee.  Cancellations within the two weeks prior to the event are only refunded (minus the $50 processing fee) in cases of documented medical concern or death in the family.

To obtain a refund, the Camping Office (800-874-8474) must be notified immediately of any accident or illness, followed within one week by a written request accompanied by a doctor’s excuse. No refunds will be made for any reason after the start of the camp event.

What to Pack

What to Bring / Packing List

All items brought to camp should be labeled with the camper’s full name. It is a great idea to label small things like toothpaste and washcloths as well. Camp provides all the necessary equipment for all activities.

A suggested list of items:
Bible / Journal
Paper and pencil/pen
Bedding for a twin-bed mattress or sleeping bag
2 changes of clothes per day
Shorts / long pants
Sweatshirt for cool times
Hat / visor
Appropriate sleep wear
Bathing suit
Rain gear
2 pairs of comfortable shoes
Flip-flops / Sandals
Creek-wading shoes
Small Flashlight
Insect repellant
Water bottle
Plastic bags for wet clothes
Dirty Clothes bag

What to Leave at Home

All electronic gadgetry:
Radios, mp3 players, cell phones, video game systems, etc.
Candy, snacks or soda
We will make sure you have plenty of food at camp!
All knives and sharp implements.

If any of these items do make it to camp, they will spend the week in the Site Director’s office, to be returned to you as you leave camp at the end of the week.

Please Note:  Please examine your camper’s selection of clothing which might carry offensive slogans or symbols. In the camp community, these items can result in discord between campers. The goal is to create community where all persons feel welcome and acceptance.