Camp Conduct

We want your camp experience to be a fun, safe experience.  In order to ensure this we ask that all campers obey the following rules:

  • Absolutely no vandalism.

    •  Example: Rolls of toilet paper flushed in commodes; breaking glass in windows/doors; destroying screens in windows/doors.

    • The cost to repair and/or replace damaged property will be the responsibility of the person causing damage.

  • No profanity/cursing; no abusive speech/language; no fighting.

  • Absolutely no tobacco products, alcoholic beverages, or drugs.

    • All medications (prescription or OTC) must be left with the camp nurse at registration.

  • No fireworks, smoke devices, or flammable materials.

  • No electronic devices. This includes, but is not limited to, music devices, video games and cell phones.

    • Electronic devices will be confiscated until the end of the camp week and then returned to the camper.

    • Adults and JC’s may be permitted to use their personal cell phones while at camp, depending on the needs, rules, and discretion of the dean. Please set a positive example for the campers and don’t allow your phone to become a distraction.

  • Respectfulness of staff and other campers is a must. Campers should be respectful of campers, and staff should be respectful of campers.

  • No food or drinks in the cabins.

  • Absolutely no water guns*.

    • * Please note that some Deans may request that campers bring water guns during a specific week of camp. In this situation, all water guns must be turned in at the registration table on the day of registration.

  • Please do not send aerosol spray cans with First Chance or Junior Campers*.

    • * There may be situations where a dean has requested that campers bring a can of shaving cream, etc during a specific week of camp. In this situation, all cans must be turned in at the registration table on the day of registration.

  • All campers and staff are expected to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner for a Christian camp at all times.

  • The camp schedule is to be followed by everyone at all times.  You must have permission from the camp manager, the nurse, or the dean to be absent from class or other activities.

    • The dean or the camp manager MUST be informed before any camper or staff leaves the camp grounds.

  • You are responsible for your own belongings. We HIGHLY encourage you to mark all belongings you bring to camp.

  • The camp manager and dean have the right and responsibility to dismiss campers (without refund) for undesirable conduct or attitudes.

  • Rules for acceptance and participation in camp programs are the same for all, regardless of race, creed, color, or handicap.