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Our desire is that every student would have life-changing experiences with God at Summer Camp. We believe that camp is the perfect environment for students to connect with God and friends in a meaningful way, life-building way. NW Youth Summer Camps are designed for students entering grades 6-12.

Campers will be supervised by Christian Camp Staff whose desire is to lead campers to Christ and help them grow as Christians. A Christian atmosphere will be maintained at all times. All camp staff and leaders are required to complete a volunteer cabin staff application every year to obtain a criminal background check. 

 

REGISTRATION AND PRICING

Please confirm registration deadlines and camp cost with your Youth Pastor or leader!

 

HOW DO I GET MY STUDENT REGISTERED?

1. Contact your Youth Pastor or Leader

  • Ask your Youth Pastor or Leader for the link to register for camp. The only way to register is through your church!

2. Fill out the Summer Camp Waiver & Release Form

  • After you've submitted your registration, follow the link in your confirmation email.
  • Registration is not complete until the Summer Camp Waiver and Release Form has been submitted.

3. Submit Payment

  • Confirm the cost of camp with your Youth Pastor or Leader and don't forget to submit payment straight to your church.

**If you need assistance with the registration process, please contact your youth pastor or leader. If you need further assistance, please contact NW Youth admin, Ashlee Beers.

 

MEDICAL CARE INFORMATION

If your camper needs to bring any medication to camp, please complete this form NO SOONER THAN 24 hours prior to your camper’s arrival at camp. All medications must be in the original containers. Place all medication containers in a plastic bag with this completed form detailing instructions for the use of each medication your child is to receive at camp. A medical attendant will receive medications at the nurse’s table during camp check-in.

No medication can be administered unless it is provided in the original container and listed on this form with Parent/Legal Guardian signature. 


If your camper is presently under medication, please inform the youth pastor or leader with whom your student will be attending.

 

PACKING LIST

What TO bring:

  • Bible
  • Bedding (sleeping bag, pillow, blankets)
  • Journal, pen/pencil
  • Comfortable clothes 
  • Warm jacket and/or sweater
  • Several changes of underclothes
  • Camp appropriate swimsuit
  • Appropriate shoes (tennis shoes, shower sandals, etc.)
  • Towel
  • Toiletries (Soap, tooth brush & paste, etc.)
  • Insect repellent/Sunscreen
  • Flashlight
  • Medications in original prescription bottle in Ziplock bag

 

What NOT to bring:

  • Fireworks
  • Illegal or recreational drugs, tobacco or vaping products, matches, knives, weapons, or other items of dangerous or harmful nature
  • We discourage you from bringing electronics that are easily damaged or stolen or a distraction to you or other campers
  • Pets
  • Game consoles

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