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Camper Info

Coordinator Info

FAQs

Kids pastors and/or leaders...

...you will register as Group Coordinator for your church and manage all camp registrants for your group. Click below for full details for organizing your church group.

Church Group Coordinator Info

- Ages -

Kids Camp is open to all students that are entering 3rd - 7th grade in the upcoming school year.

- How to Register -

Contact your local church for a link to use to register under your church group. All Campers must have their Brushfire registration completed and Docusign forms signed in order to consider their registration complete.

- transportation -

Parents and/or your church will be responsible for transportation to and from camp. Campers should not arrive before registration time. Check with your Church Group Coordinator about transportation arrangements.

- CAMPER SUPERVISION -

Campers will be supervised by a Christian camp staff whose desire is to lead campers to Christ and to help them grow as Christians. A Christian atmosphere will be maintained at all times. All camp staff and cabin staff are required to complete the online camp staff registration, to obtain a criminal background check. We strive to maintain a 1:8 ratio (1 adult to every 8 students).

- Closed camp policy -

All NWMN Kids Camps are closed camps. No visitors will be allowed while camp is in session, to ensure the safety and security of the campers.

 

- swimming -

A certified life guard(s) will always supervise swimming through the duration of camp. No two-piece swimsuits will be allowed.

- MEDICAL CARE -

A nurse (medical director) will be present at every camp. All medications will be supervised by the camp nurse who will receive them all at the time of check-in at camp. The camp does not provide prescription medication. If your camper is presently under medication, please complete the MEDICAL FORM and place with the original prescription bottle in a Ziploc bag labeled with the child’s name. Permission is required to dispense over-the-counter medication, and will not be dispensed unless noted on the Medical Form. Parents will be notified in case of an accident or illness.

- SPECIAL DIETARY REQUESTS -

Camp facilities contains wheat, gluten, eggs, soy, shellfish, peanuts, tree nuts and other potential allergens. Please note they are not a peanut-free facility, nor a gluten-free kitchen, and food may be close to or exposed to any of the above listed allergens. Our preset menu is served buffet style in a dining hall. Gluten-free or dairy-free options may not always be available. Dietary needs, are best met by the guest attending. Please plan accordingly. We provide refrigeration and microwave for your convenience.

- Packing List -

 

What TO bring:

  • Bedding (sleeping bag, pillow, blanket)
  • Bible, pen or pencil
  • Toiletries, insect repellant, sunscreen, chapstick
  • Refillable water bottle
  • Flashlight
  • Medications in original prescription bottle in Ziplock bag, if applicable (Medications will be kept with and administered by Camp Nurse)
  • One-piece swim attire and active clothes / 2 towels
  • Change of clothes for 4 days & modest pajamas w/ bathrobe
  • Warm jacket and/or sweatshirt
  • Tennis shoes, extra pair of shoes & shower sandals
  • Money for snack shack
  • Money for camp t-shirt $15 (optional)
  • Money for BGMC missions project (optional, but encouraged)

What NOT to bring:

  • Fireworks
  • Alcohol, Illegal or recreational drugs, tobacco or vaping products
  • Matches, lighters, knives, weapons, or other items of dangerous or harmful nature
  • Electronics or Game Consoles
  • Pets

- Send Mail to your camper -

  • Campers may receive mail at camp! However, we highly recommend sending it along with the Church Group Coordinator in order to avoid postage cost, delays, or damage.
  • Camps typically get mail one time each day Monday-Friday.
  • Camps are not responsible for lost, stolen, or late mail.
  • Please clearly label the mail with Camp's name, C/O Camper Name AND dates of the camp.

 

Silver Lake Camp

C/O Camper Name: 6/27 – 6/30 (NW Kids)
PO Box 430
Medical Lake, Wa. 99022

lake retreat Camp

C/O Camper Name: 8/7 – 8/10 (NW Kids)
27850 Retreat Kanaskat Rd SE
Ravensdale, WA 98051

35131 SE Douglas St., Suite 200, Snoqualmie, WA 98065
o: (425) 888-4800        |       f: (425) 888-4848