Summer Camp 2021
It’s hard to believe the great impact COVID-19 continues to have on our lives and our camp. However, we are again looking forward to the summer and summer camps! Keep up with current information regarding DCBC summer camps and COVID-19 policies on this page.
The situation with coronavirus is still ever-evolving. We don’t know what restrictions will be in place by the summer, but this page stay up-to-date with all the information we have about summer camp 2021!
Registration is now open! The cost is $212 per camper for all children’s camps and $225 per camper for Impact Youth Camp.
The biggest change this summer is that each camper must be registered with a church group and each church group must provide its own counselors (at least two male and two female). This will allow us to keep groups separate as much as necessary.
- Girl’s Mission Camp – June 21-24
- Boy’s Mission Camp – June 28 – July 1
- Journey Camp – June 28 – July 1
- Impact Youth Camp – July 5-9
- Preteen Camp – July 12-15
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does camp cost?
The cost for each of the children’s camps is $212 per camper. Impact Youth Camp is $225 per camper.
How many campers will be allowed at each camp?
Right now we are allowed to operate at 50% capacity, but it’s possible that percentage will change before the time of camp. We will update this page with information as we have it.
Why do churches have to provide their own counselors?
This policy adds a level of safety by reducing contact between campers and staff from different parts of the state or country. It will also allow us to keep church groups as separate as necessary.
When can I register?
Right now by clicking here! The process is the same as it has been in past years.
Will campers have to wear masks?
We are unsure what recommendations and guidelines will be in place at the time of camp this summer, so we don’t know at this time if campers will be required to wear masks.
Will staff wear masks?
Again, we’re not sure what the recommendations will be at the time camp occurs, but food service and first aid staff will wear masks and gloves whenever appropriate.