Registration Form and Information
To register for any of the camp sessions you must complete the Registration Form and Health Form. These forms are provided below for you to download and print.
Your completed forms and deposit should be mailed to PO Box 638, Westport, IN 47283.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email us or contact us at (812) 591-2515.
Both forms are in Adobe Acrobat Reader format. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader, you may download a free copy by clicking here.
How to register
1. Each person attending camp (all adults & children) must complete a registration & health form—you may get these by downloading from the website, from your church, or contact the camp to send you one by fax or mail. All adults must complete leader forms - see below.
2. Enclose the camper $10 non-refundable registration deposit (which is deducted from the fee). You are not registered until the camp has received your deposit.
3. It is your responsibility to find out if your church helps pay for camper fees—not all churches do this.
4. If you would like to cabin with some particular friends or church group of the same gender, you may request that on the registration form. We will try to grant your request but understand that most of our cabins house 13 people, so larger groups of friends may be split into smaller groups.
5. Send your completed registration & health form along with your $10 deposit to the camp at least 2 weeks before attending.
6. If your 1st camp choice is already full, you will be notified to confirm a 2nd choice; or if you have no 2nd choice then your deposit will be returned.
7. Churches sending campers are asked to follow the guideline of sending 1 Cabin Leader per 5 Campers.
When you arrive at camp you will need to go to Grace Hall to check-in.
The following will take place:
- If you have any medications, they must be taken to the First Aid room.
- The First Aid room will be your first stop, even if you don't have medicine. There you will go through a quick health check (camp staff will check your temperature, check for any visible body rash, and check for head lice).
- You will get a tee shirt at no extra charge.
- Camp will already have a prepaid snack-shack card for you.
- You will pay any balance that is due on camp fee.
- You will be given your cabin number.
- You can go to your cabin to pick out a bunk, get settled, and meet your Cabin Leader
Some of these rules coincide with local State Board of Health regulations.
The Camper who is unable or unwilling to abide by these rules should not register and may be dismissed from camp.
1. Everyone will follow the schedule.
2. No one is permitted to leave the camp property without permission of the Dean. Any camper leaving camp property must be signed-out at Grace Hall by person authorized to take camper. If returning to camp, camper must be signed-in at Grace Hall by person returning camper.
3. The use or possession of alcohol, illegal drugs, or tobacco is prohibited. Visitors are required to refrain from using such while on the camp property. No smoking on camp property or in personal vehicles while on camp property. Firearms, knives, and other similar items are not to be brought to camp.
4. Automobiles are to be parked in gravel parking areas by Grace Hall. Campers who have a vehicle at camp are to turn their keys in at check-in and will not be permitted to use the vehicle until camp is dismissed, unless clearly authorized by Camper’s parent.
5. No cell phones, computers, ipods, MP3 players, TVs, electronic games, pets, or other items that can disrupt the continuity of camp. Leave cell phones home!
6. Absolutely no Campers allowed on golf carts.
7. Any music played at camp must be Christian in nature and played only with permission of the Cabin Leader.
8. All medicine is to be kept by the Camp Nurse who will dispense the medicine to the camper.
9. Shoes must be worn at all times—even when walking to water activities.
10. Please keep in mind as you are packing for camp that you should glorify God in all that you do and the way that you dress. One piece swimsuits only. Immodest swimsuits will not be allowed. A long tee shirt or covering must be worn to and from the water activities. No spaghetti strap tops or short shorts/skirts are allowed. Your body should be appropriately covered while at camp. If your clothing is considered inappropriate by the Dean or Cabin Leaders, you will be expected to change.
11. Campers will not be permitted in cabins without a Cabin Leader present.
12. Respect the property of others. Stay out of other people’s belongings. We do not want practical jokes that will hurt or embarrass someone or damage property.
13. Anydamage to camp property will be the responsibility of those committing it. Including, but not limited to, unnecessary discharge of fire extinguishers, carving or marking on bunks or buildings, and damage from toothpaste or shaving cream.
14. Phone calls may only be made with permission from the Dean.
15. Boys are not allowed on the girl’s side and girls are not allowed on the boy’s side.
16. All water activities (swimming, boating, and creek) are only allowed when a certified life guard is on duty in the designated areas.
17. All visitors are to sign-in and receive a visitor tag at Grace Hall upon arrival. The visitor tag must be visibly worn while on camp property. Visitors are to sign-out and return tag just before departing.
What to bring to camp
- Sleeping bag or sheets & blanket
- Suitable clothing (see camper rule #10)
- Some old clothes that may never be the same after camp
- Swimsuit & covering (see camper rule #10)
- Shoes-1 pair comfortable for walking + 1 old pair + flip-flops or sandles
- Towels & washcloths
- Soap & shampoo
- Toothbrush & toothpaste
- Personal items you may want:
- Note paper
- Pencil or pen
- Envelopes & stamps if you want to send mail home
- Bug spray
- If you bring snacks be sure they are in a sealed container.
- Once camper fee is paid, no money is needed while at camp.
Mail, Visiting, and Phone Calls
Cabin Leaders - all forms can be downloaded
-Churches sending campers please follow the guidelines of sending 1 cabin leader per 5 campers.
-Cabin Leaders must be 21 or older for the following camps:
Senior High Golf
-Cabin Leaders must be 18 or older for the following camps:
-Cabin Leaders come to camp for free.
-Cabin Leaders may bring their children to camp with them.
We ask that you use the following guideline to help cover the expenses of your own children:
Age 5 and under = free
Age of campers for the session attending = camper fee
Other age for a Primary camp = $15.00 (this is less than $2 a meal)
Other age for a 6 day camp = $25 (this is less than $2 a meal)
-If you plan to attend camp as a Cabin Leader you are required to do the following:
A. Contact the Dean so he/she can give/receive information to better prepare for camp.
B. Send a completed “Registration/Health” form to the camp.
C. Have an updated criminal background check on file with the camp.
D. Read the “Camp Leader’s Information” along with “Camper Rules” and complete the “Volunteer Agreement”.
E. Complete a “Registration/Health” form for your own children who will be attending. This is necessary for cabin assignments and meals.
-The best situation for Campers and the continuity of camp is for you to stay at camp from the time you arrive for check-in until camp is dismissed. If your situation does not allow this please discuss it with the Dean prior to your arrival.
-Cabin Leaders have the opportunity to bring their things to camp the day before the session begins to unload into their cabins. Please call the camp 1-2 days in advance to find out what cabin you will be staying in.
Click to download the Cabin Leader Information
Click to download the Volunteer Agreement
Click to download the Authorization Criminal Check