Frequently Asked Questions
Registration: Camp registration starts at 4:00 p.m. on the first day of camp. Please arrive at camp at or after the registration time. No campers will be registered before registration begins.
Camper Security: Your child’s security is of utmost importance. Upon arrival at camp drivers will need to follow directions to our office (in Katie Hall) to check in campers. The drivers will be given the cabin assignment at that time.
Anyone coming to visit a child during the camp session must check in with the camp director immediately upon arrival.
If your child needs to leave the campground during camp, or check out early on the closing day, you must submit a signed authorization with your Medical Form that details who will pick up your child, their relationship to the child, reason for departure, and time of return (if applicable). Only this preauthorized person may remove your child from the campground.
In the event of an emergency, a child may only be removed from camp with the approval of the Kamp Director (Linda Holland) in consultation with the parent/guardian or pastor listed on the camper’s application.
What we do: Devotions, chapel, small group, music, swimming, zip-line, sports, hikes, water slide, and much more.
Camp Rules: All campers and workers are to follow the assigned schedule and guidelines. Disobedience of camp rules may, at the director’s discretion, result in parents having to come to camp and take their child home. If a child is sent home or goes home the camp fee will not be refunded.
Dress Code: All campers and workers are to dress modestly. No short shorts, spaghetti straps, halter tops, bare midriffs or net shirts. Shoes are to be worn at all times. Please bring one pair of shoes you can run in. All girls’ bathing suits must be modest—one piece or tankini suits only—NO two-piece suits will be allowed. A shirt must be worn over all swimsuits going and coming from the creek area.
Kamp Packing List
What to bring: Bible, towel/washcloths, comb/brush, sturdy and comfortable shoes, sports clothes (that you can get wet in), bathroom toiletries, sleeping bags or sheets and blanket, pillow. Please mark all items with camper’s name. Please bring an offering for our “adopted missionary child” that we sponsor.
What NOT to bring: I-pod, cell phone, electronic/video games, fireworks, water guns, weapons (including pocket knives), tobacco, drugs or alcohol.
- ALL Medications must be in their original container with dosages clearly printed on the bottle.
- All medications must be placed in a Ziploc bag and labeled with your child’s name.
- A list of medication names should be included on the label of the Ziploc bag.
- Medications are to be given to the adult who is bringing your child to camp.
- ALL MEDICATIONS MUST BE GIVEN TO THE CAMP NURSE UPON ARRIVAL.
Kids Kamp 2018 is going to be an exciting weekend for your child. We are investing in the future of your child—please commit to pray for us.
If you have questions please contact the camp director at firstname.lastname@example.org or text at 918-346-7451. The director will be checking texts and emails often. Please include your name with your text.