Camps

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Crossings Kids and Students Overnight Camps

FAQs

Adult leaders have successfully completed a background check and all required training, with a majority of leaders serving regularly during Wednesday Crossings Kids/Students programming. Two or more leaders are always around to help keep your camper engaged and well supervised at all times.

The cost of camp includes all meals, housing, transportation, and all camp-related programming and activities. Additional money can be sent for personal spending or snacks plus travel meals. 

A payment plan is available for selection on the confirmation screen upon completion of registration.

Please note: Full refunds can be issued through April 15. From April 16-May 15 refunds (excluding the $50 deposit) can be issued. After May 15, refunds will not be issued.

We don’t want finances to be a barrier for anyone who wants to attend Camp. Scholarships are available based on need and availability. You can apply for a scholarship during the registration process.

You can include all food allergies and dietary restrictions on the camper registration form. Accommodations for food allergies will be made during all mealtimes.

Campers will be in groups where they can hang out and talk about what they’re learning. Groups have anywhere from eight to twelve students and are led by leaders who have gone through Crossings volunteer onboarding process, which includes a background check, staff interview, orientation, and training. There will be approximately one adult for every six students on the trip.

Medical volunteers will be on-site to administer any medication. Please note that all medications are collected at camp drop-off. Our Safety Team will take care of receiving them and administering them throughout camp. No over-the-counter medications should be in campers' luggage, and medications should be brought in their original container.

We will take charter buses (with bathrooms) to and from Camp. Kids Camp is approximately three hours away; Middle School Camp is approximately five hours away;and High School Camp is approximately eight hours away. 

Help send kids and students to summer camp!

Camps are a special opportunity for kids and students to disconnect from the busyness of everyday life and connect with God in a deep, meaningful way while cultivating relationships with their peers. 

We don’t want kids and students to miss out on these life-changing experiences, so your generous donation will go directly towards the cost families pay to send a child to camp, which includes transportation, lodging, meals, and activities. You can donate any amount (the full price of camp or a small portion).

The cost of camp per child:
Kids Camp - $350
Middle School Students Camp - $450
High School Students Camp - $500