REFUGE SUMMER CAMP 2020 DETAILS

Please find your camp below of any special instructions 

Check-in & out times & what to bring lists

DAY CAMPS – CHECK IN & CHECK OUT TIMES

Creation Discovery Day Camp (June 8-12 & July 6-10)

  • Check-in:  9:00am each day
  • Check-out:  4:30pm (M, T, Wed, Th)
  • **Thursday – optional overnight for all campers & pickup is at 10:00am on Friday

Connecting the Dots Day Camp (June 22-26)

  • Check-in:  9:00am each day
  • Check-out:  4:30pm (M, T, Wed, Th, Fri**)
  • **Friday – closing ceremony for families (3:30-4:30pm)

Summer Autism Day Camp (July 13-16)

  • Check-in:  9:00am each day
  • Check-out:  4:30pm (M, T, Wed, Th)
DAY CAMPS – WHAT TO BRING
  • Bathing Suit (Girls -1 Piece or Tankinis & Boys – Briefs)
  • Towel
  • Water Shoes for Canoeing
  • Water Bottle
  • Bug Spray
  • Closed Toed Shoes
  • Sun Block
  • Autism Campers – Bring Lunch
OVERNIGHT CAMPS – CHECK IN & CHECK OUT TIMES

Erasing the Lines – Mission Camp  (June 14-19)

  • Check-in:  4:00pm on Sunday
  • Check-out:  10:00am on Friday

Connecting the Dots Overnight Camp (June 21-26)

  • Check-in:  4:00pm on Sunday
  • Check-out:  10:00am on Friday

Creation Discovery Overnight Camp (July 5-10)

  • Check-in:  4:00pm on Sunday
  • Check-out:  10:00am on Friday

The Refuge Leadership Camp (July 5-17)

  • Check-in:  4:00pm on Sunday (7/5/20)
  • Check-out:  10:00am on Friday (7/17/20)

Small Town Missions – Greene County (July 12-17)

  • Check-in:  4:00pm on Sunday
  • Check-out:  10:00am on Friday

Creation Adventure Overnight Camp (July 19-24)

  • Check-in:  4:00pm on Sunday
  • Check-out:  10:00am on Friday

Small Town Missions – Farmville  (July 26-31)

  • Check-in:  4:00pm on Sunday
  • Check-out:  10:00am on Friday
OVERNIGHT CAMPS – WHAT TO BRING
  • ERASING THE LINES & SMALL TOWN MISSION HANDBOOK
  • Bathing Suit (Girls -1 Piece or tankinis & Boys – Briefs)
  • Towel
  • Water Shoes for Canoeing
  • Water Bottle
  • Bug Spray
  • Closed Toed Shoes
  • Sun Block
  • Toiletries
  • Bible, Notebook & Pen
  • Twin Sheets, Blanket & Pillow or Sleeping Bag & Pillow
  • Flashlight
  • Money for Camp Store (Shirts – $15-30, Hats – $20-25, Snacks – $1)
  • Mission Camps – Gloves & Work Clothes
  • NO CELL PHONES FOR OVERNIGHT CAMPS – Camp Staff & Office have phones for emergencies or needed calls    
GENERAL CAMP INFORMATION
  • Swimming:  Swimming is in designated areas only where certified lifeguards are present at all times.  All elementary campers will be given a swim test by the lifeguards to ensure that everyone is safe in the water.
  • Canoeing:  Canoes and kayaks can only be used when camp staff are present.  US Coast Guard approved lifejackets must be worn at all times, regardless of swimming ability.
  • Visitor Control:  Whenever camp is in session, visitors must check-in at the office and be given a visitor’s pass which must be worn at all times unless they are with one of the camp directors.
  • Appropriate Clothing:  Campers should dress in ways that help others focus on inward values and not outward appearances.  Campers’ clothing with in appropriate language or slogans will be asked to change into something more suitable.  No tank tops for boys or girls.
  • Prohibited Items:  Firearms, other weapons, fireworks, tobacco or vaping products, alcohol or drugs.