Summer Day Camp Q & A

 

 
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Q: What does a normal day at camp look like?

A:

  • Ages 4-7: Their day starts at the group benches for sign-in. They jump into two periods of activities and then lunch. After lunch, there are three periods packed with exciting activities. Their day ends with forest theater (songs/skits/Bible stories) and then back to their group benches for sign-out.

  • Ages 8-13: Their day starts at the group benches for sign-in and then they have devotions (songs/skits/Bible Stores). They jump into two periods of activities and then lunch. After lunch, there are three periods packed with exciting activities. Their day ends with devotions and then back to their group benches for sign-out.

  • Activities Include: Swimming in our pool twice each day for swimming lessons and free swim, navigating our low ropes course, sliding down our 100' water slide, racing through our 95' inflatable obstacle course, hikes, arts & crafts, archery, archery tag, Bible stories, sports, games, and more!


Q: What’s the difference between a mini session and a two-week Session?

A: The only difference is that a Mini Session is 1-week long instead of 2-weeks.  We offer almost all of the same exciting activities in a Mini Session that are offered in a two-week session making them a compact camp session with all of the fun.


Q: Is lunch provided?

A: Children must bring their own lunch. We do give the option to preorder Subway on Mondays, Chick-fil-A on Tuesdays and Pizza on Fridays (sign-up for lunches during registration).


Q: How are children grouped?

A:

  • Children are grouped by their birthdate and the age they will be when they attend camp:

    • 4-5 year olds

    • 6-7 year olds

    • 8-10 year olds

    • 10-13 year olds

  • Friend requests are accepted but not 100% guaranteed. We do our very best to keep friends together!


Q: Are Swimming Lessons included with Camp?

A: Yes, swimming lessons are included with camp at no additional cost!


Q: is beachmont safe?

A:  As a parent, safety is probably the most important thing to you. We know that you have entrusted your child with us this summer and we take many steps to make sure that they are safe. Click on Safety Procedures for more information.