Every camper is expected to conduct themselves in a Christian manner and to obey all the rules.  Unacceptable behavior by anyone may result in dismissal.
  • Campers attending Junior camp must be entering the 1st – 6th grade in the Fall school year that the camp is held. No exceptions!
  • Campers attending Senior camp must be entering 7th – 12th grade in the Fall school year that camp is held. No exceptions!
  • Camp counselors will supervise and guide the group as a unit at all times from registration until dismissal.
  • Campers are not to be absent from their group at any time without the permission of their counselor.
  • Campers are required to attend all Bible study classes and services. Attendance is taken to ensure camper safety.  No one is to be in the cabins during class or worship.  If ill, the camper is expected to report to the nurse station.


  • All staff and guest are expected to conduct themselves according to Christ’s teachings to “love your neighbor as yourself.”
  • Hurtful, profane or vulgar language, immoral behavior will not be tolerated.
  • Campers are expected to cooperate with corrective measures deemed necessary by the counselor and/or activity instructor. Corrective measures will never involve physical contact, emotional abuse, or verbal abuse. The counselor will consult with the program director regarding any matter. When serious problems arise, they will consult with the camp manager/director.
  • Parents are expected to pick up a camper in the event of serious disciplinary problems.
  • Showering, brushing of teeth and clean clothes (including under clothes) is required.
  • Public Displays of Affection (PDA) – hand-holding and hugging, between boys and girls, are not allowed at camp.

  Leaving Camp

  • Campers are expected to remain on site for the entire camp week. Campers can only leave the camp with the explicit permission of the Camper’s parent and the Camp Director.  Campers that drive cars to camp must turn in their keys in the camp administration office.
  • Campers that have permission to leave camp in their own vehicle must check out in the administration office upon their departure, and check back in at the administration office upon their arrival back to camp.
  • Campers parents/guardians will receive a text message from the camp administration office when the camper leaves and returns back to camp.

      Dress Code

  • While we know that God looks at the heart and does not judge a person by appearances, modesty is encouraged to reflect an appropriate Christian witness.
  • Shirts should reflect a Christian image and not have inscriptions or advertising for questionable products (i.e. alcohol and tobacco products, drug use, sexual behavior, or slanderous sayings or graphics/slogans). No spaghetti strap, halter tops, tube tops, backless tops or tight-fitting shirts.  Shirts must cover the abdomen even when hands are lifted in the air.
  • Shorts must be modest, loose fitting and appropriate length. No “sofee” style or “Daisy Duke” shorts. No shorts or pants with words across the seat.
  • Swimwear: Boys must wear swim trunks (no Speedos). Girls must wear modest one-piece swimsuits, two-piece swimsuits will be permitted provided they completely cover the abdomen area even with the hands in the air.
  • Shoes must be worn at all times unless in the lake. Closed-toes shoes are suggested during all daytime activities.  Sandals and flip-flops may be worn.
  • We reserve the right to ask campers to change inappropriate clothing.


  • Campers and parents are asked to cooperate with camp personnel regarding cabin assignments. Campers are assigned according to age division and, if possible, according to bunk mate choice.
  • Campers are expected to cooperate with the counselor in his/her cabin.
  • Lights Out – this time will be specified on each camper’s daily schedule and no camper is to be outside their cabin after this time.
  • Boys are not permitted in the girls’ area of the camp and the girls are not allowed in the boys’ area except during loading and unloading your group.
  • Every camper is responsible for their cabin appearance. Campers expected to leave the cabin, campground, and other buildings clean before leaving.


  • There must be one responsible adult (over 18 years old) for every 10 campers in your group. If your group consist of boys and girls a male and female chaperone is required to attend and stay in the cabins during camp.  Church chaperones are responsible for discipline and their group abiding by the rules.  No church will be registered without qualified sponsors who submit to a background check and receive training in Child Abuse Awareness through Protect my Ministry (provided by Campground Baptist Church).
  • Chaperones are responsible for the campers’ care of equipment and buildings. Chaperones are also responsible to see that campers are not left unsupervised in the cabins at any time.


  • No meals will be eaten outside the cafeteria. After eating, each camper must clean their area of all items they used while eating.  Tampering with food items will not be tolerated.

Snack Shack

  • During Snack Shack time campers may purchase soft drinks, candy, snacks, and ice cream. The cost of these items is NOT included in the camp fee.


  • Volunteers are at camp to minister to the campers that are registered for camp.
  • All volunteers should make child care arrangements for their children that are not registered for camp. Only those children registered for camp will be allowed on campus during camp.
  • There will be no childcare provided for children that are not registered for camp.


  • There will be a lot of people walking around the camp so we ask that everyone keep their speed to 5 mph. Parking around the cabins and in the camp area is restricted.  Automobiles should be parked at the church parking lot.  Camp golf carts are available for shuttling back and forth from the church to the cabin/camp area.
  • At no time will campers be allowed to operate camp golf carts. Camp golf carts are donated for the use of transporting campers, chaperones, and camp staff. They are not for joy riding. For safety, at no time should golf carts be overloaded.  Everyone riding a golf cart must be properly seated on the golf cart at all times.


  • Visitors are welcome to attend nightly worship service.
  • All visitors must check in with the Camp Administration Office and receive a Visitor’s Badge to remain at camp.


  • Laser pointers, tasers, firearms, fireworks, water pistols, water balloons, drugs, and alcoholic beverages. The use of tobacco in any form is not allowed.  All pranks are prohibited and if caught, pranksters will be sent home immediately.

Electronic Devices

  • Take this time to get away, unplug, and draw closer to God!
  • Cellular service at the camp is extremely limited and no WiFi service is available for campers. The use of radios, iPods, and cell phones is discouraged.  Upon arrival at camp, we will collect all electronic items and hold them in a safe, locked place during the week to be returned on the last day.  This is an effort to limit distraction so that campers may have a great experience at camp.  Staff and chaperones will be allowed to keep their phones.


  • Lake activities include fishing (with your own equipment – catch & release), canoeing, boating, and swimming. You should not be at the lake except during scheduled lake times. All campers participating in lake activities MUST wear a lifejacket.  There is absolutely no standing or leaning over the canoes or boats.  Misuse of equipment will result in forfeiture of allotted time and lake privileges.


  • All medications (prescription and over the counter) will be collected upon arrival for campers. Prescription medication must come in their original container, which must display the camper’s name and dosage information.   Medications will be stored and dispensed from the camp First-Aid Station by the camp nurse


  • Campers may bring their personal bicycle.  They must also bring an approved helmet and must at all times wear the helmet while riding.  Individuals may ride their bicycle only on camp roads or approve trails and must keep their bike at an acceptable speed.  Riding in the parking lot and the road in and out of the church is not allowed.  Campground is not responsible for securing camper’s bicycles during camp and is not liable for any loss of or damage to the bicycle.
  • Motorized bikes or scooters are not allowed.
  • Skateboards, inline skates, roller skates, hoverboards, and scooters are not allowed.


  • No personal pets are permitted during camps


  • Respect the privacy of others.