Campers create lasting memories as they are welcomed into the community of camp, spending their days by the beach, enjoying the lake, playing games, and growing together through worship, prayer, and Bible studies. Our aim is for our campers to experience God's love in Jesus Christ and have the opportunity to hear His call upon their lives.
Policies and Information
Arrival/Departure Times: Getting the campers to and from Camp is up to the cooperative efforts of parents and church leaders. Please plan to arrive within the specified time and arrange for prompt pick-up on the last day. Registration starts at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday for the camps that start on Sunday. Registration will start at 3:00 p.m. on Monday for the First Junior Camp.
The camps conclude at 10:00 am on Saturday, with the exception of First Chance Camp which concludes at 1:30 pm on Wednesday.
Youth Camp Grades:
First Chance Camp -- children entering 3rd grade in the Fall
Junior Camps -- children entering 4th, 5th, or 6th grade in the Fall
Junior High Camps -- young people entering grades 7 and 8 in the Fall
High School Camps -- young people entering 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade in the Fall.
Youth Camp Health Information: All campers should be free of the following symptoms for at least 24 hours prior to start of Camp Session: Fever of 100 degrees or more, vomiting, diarrhea, contagious skin infection, or lice. Campers with these symptoms will need to return home. In the event of injury or illness, parents will be notified and are expected to come and pick up their camper.
Health History: Camper health and medical information needs to be made known to the Camp through the information supplied on the registration form (either print or online). Camp personnel will hold this information in confidence. If sufficient space is not provided, please describe on a separate sheet of paper. You will have a chance to talk with the designated health care provider when you check in your camper.
If your camper requires prescription medication, the following procedures are to be observed:
- Prescription medication must be in its original container with an accurate pharmacy label indicating camper's name, medical provider, dose, and timing. Send only the amount of medications the camper might need while at Camp.
- Place all necessary medications (including over-the-counter medications) in a zip lock bag labeled with the Camper's name. Give to the Camp First Aid Person at time of registration. This is usually the last person in the registration process.
What to Bring: Campers should consider packing the following: Bible, pen, note pad or journal, sleeping bag/pillow, modest clothing/swim wear, waterproof jacket, sandals, athletic shoes, toiletries, towels, and a flashlight.
Do not Bring: any form of tobacco, alcohol, illegal drugs or abuseable substances, weapons (or items that might be perceived as weapons); as well as electronic devices (including cell phones and tablets), or other items that might distract from the purpose of the Camp.
Visitors/Security Policy: For the security of the campers, all camps are closed to visitors who are not registered Campers or approved Camp or Program Staff. This includes family members, relatives, and friends. All requests to visit the Camp must be made in advance by contacting the Camp Office (503) 392-3362 or the Program Director of the Camp Session.
For more information contact the Camp Office (503) 392-3362 or email@example.com.
Cancellation Policy: Please notify us if you are unable to attend the Camp for which you have registered. If notification is received prior to start of registration/check in, we will refund all but $50 of your paid fees. If you do not notify us before registration begins, there will be NO REFUND.
Mail Call - For regular mail, please put the camper’s name and camp session (1st Junior, for example), then the Camp’s address:
Camper's Name and Camp Session
5195 Winema Rd.
Cloverdale, Oregon 97112
Please allow sufficient time for mail to be delivered. You may consider sending letters/packages the week prior to your camper's session, or early in the week while they are here. We are also happy to collect mail on check in day and deliver it throughout the week.
Email: Please put your camper’s name and camp session in the subject line and send your message to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We print these out on a daily basis and send them with the regular mail. The campers do not have access to respond to emails or phone calls.
If you need to contact your camper due to an emergency, call the Camp Office (503) 392- 3362 and we will get the message to your camper. Please know that if there are any issues affecting your camper, the program staff or First Aid person will be reaching out to you.
Our prayer and aim is for your camper to experience God's love and hear His call upon their lives. Please let us know if you have any questions about their time at Camp.