The current situation with COVID-19 means life at the camp looks very different right now than we thought it would. However, we are looking forward to the summer with hope that we will still be able to host summer camps and are currently accepting registrations. If you have questions not addressed below, please get in touch with us via the contact page.
This situation with coronavirus is ever-evolving, and we don’t know what it will look like in a few weeks or a few months. With great sadness, we have had to cancel many spring events that we normally hold here at camp. But our hope is in the Lord, and we are currently preparing for the summer under a modified schedule and program. We are still accepting registrations but know you probably have a lot of questions, so check out the FAQs below!
Will summer camp happen this year?
We are praying, preparing the camp and accepting registrations as if they are. That preparation looks different than it has in the past, for example we’ve moved to video interviews for staff and counselor positions, but we are getting ready!
What if I register for camp and pay the deposit and then camp gets cancelled because of the virus?
If we have to cancel any camps due to coronavirus, we will refund all deposits for those camps. We pray that this will not be the case, but you will not lose your money if we cannot provide the camp.
How will the decisions about summer camps be made?
If this coronavirus situation persists, we will make decisions about each camp individually based on current recommendations from the CDC and the government. We will notify our community of those decisions through email and Facebook, and if necessary, promptly return any deposits paid.
When should I register?
Because deposits for any cancelled camps will be refunded, if you want to be at camp, there’s no reason to wait! We have extended early-bird pricing through the end of April, so be sure to register soon to take advantage of that.