Best practices for all campers…

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  • Making new friends, notable memories and new insights are all great byproducts of camp. Be ready to listen with your ears, eyes and heart.
  • Because we care about you and because your counselor is in charge for the week, we will ask that you are either “hanging” with your counselor or you make sure your counselor knows where you are and who you are with at all times.
  • Attend all activities as a group. This includes chapel, meals, missions, scheduled recreational activities, etc. By hangin’ together…we will know one another better.
  • Swimsuits are not considered “an outfit” at camp. When you are out of your cabin/dorm you need to be fully dressed to cover your “top-est” and “bottom-est” parts. This applies to both boys and girls and includes shoes.
  • This campground is on loan for the week. Please treat every inch of the property with respect and help friends and co-borrowers to do the same.
  • We’ve been praying that camp will be a “safe place” for every single person here; part of the safety we will provide includes being very careful with our words. Choosing words carefully really matters. Choose words and actions that build-up! Avoid words and actions that tear down!
  • It is our plan for everyone to have all kinds of fun! Talk, listen, play, take a daily shower, hang-out, be flexible, pray and…have all kinds of fun!

 

WARNING: FOLLOWING THESE SIMPLE GUIDELINES
WILL INCREASE THE RISK OF EVERY CAMPER
HAVING A GREAT WEEK!