Camp Witness

   Established 1944

Q:What time is check-in?

A: Check-in is from 5 PM to 6 PM of the day that camp starts.  Day Camp is between 7:30 and 8:00 Monday morning.  

NOTE:  Many camps start on on days different than from previous years.  Please confirm the day your camp starts.

Q:What time is check-out/Pick-up?

A: Pick-up is between 10 AM to 11 AM. Unless otherwise noted.  Day camp times are different.  NOTE:  Pick-up time is shortened this year to be more efficient.  PLEASE pick up your child in the designated time slot.

Q: At what age can my child start coming to camp?

A: Kids can start coming the summer before they start 2nd grade for overnight camp.  The year before Kindergarten for Day Camp..

Q: Can my child come if he/she has food allergies?

A: Yes. When you sign your child up for camp let us know what there allergies are and we will accommodate accordingly.

Q: If my child can’t keep their cell phone, how will they get pictures of camp?

OR Q: Are pictures available of my camper at Camp?

A:  Camp Witness is partnering with Waldo Photos to make available camp pictures in a convenient format for parents and family.  See Our Waldo Photo Information Page.

Q: Are there discounts available?

A: Yes. See our discount page.

Q: Are there scholarships available?

A: Yes. See our discount page.

Q: What should my camper bring or NOT bring to camp?

A: What to bring to camp:

◾A good attitude   ◾Bible, notebook and pen   ◾Bedding, towels, and Toiletries

◾Casual-modest clothing including: jacket, jeans, swimsuit, shower flip-flops.

◾Good optional items: hat/cap, water bottle w/name on it, a flashlight, bug spray, and sunscreen.  

◾Old tennis shoes or water shoes are recommended for time at the creek)

NOTE:  Pocket knives/folding blade of 3” or less are allowed as long as the camper acts in a responsible manner.

How much money?

◾Snack cards for Canteen: (Soda, ice cream, candy, etc.) are purchased at check-in.  No camper should need more than $20 for snacks.  Balance will be returned at check-out.

◾Book Store: Once or twice each week, campers will have opportunity to purchase items from the book store.  One of these times is usually at check-out.  You may leave money with your camper or you can have them window shop and confirm purchases with a parent or guardian at check-out.  

◾Offering:  For a number of reasons, we do not take offering during chapel.  A camper may give offering money at either check-in or check-out.

PLEASE LABEL AS MANY ITEMS AS YOU CAN.  Camp has a significant amount of lost and found each summer.  Please check the dining hall tables at check-out for your child’s items.  

What NOT to bring to camp  (Parents:  Please assist in this area)

◾Extra food for in the cabins. Crumbs bring critters and we don’t want them sharing your sleeping bags.

◾Fireworks, large knives, firearms or any type of weapon.

◾Cell phones or any electronic devices, including iPods & mp3 players , especially those that are internet capable.  In 2014 and following, we started having cell phones checked in at registration.  It is best if phones remain with parents at check in or are left home.  (Note to Campers: We promise you wont die without your tech.) NOTE:  An old fashioned paper Bibles is available if you don’t have one other than your phone.


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