Frequently Asked Questions
What are the dates of Day Camp?
July 24-28, 2017
What are the dates of Overnight Camp?
July 31 - August 4, 2017
What are the hours of Day Camp?
Campers should arrive at 9:00am each morning and be picked up at 3:00pm each afternoon, Monday through Friday.
What are the times for Overnight Camp?
Campers should arrive at 9:00am on Monday morning, and be picked up at 12:00pm on Friday afternoon.
Do the advertized prices cover the entire week of camp?
Yes, the price for the entire week of Day Camp is $99 per child, and includes lunch each day. The price for the entire week of Overnight Camp is $159 per child, and includes all meals. The registration cost also includes an Adventure Camp T-Shirt for each child.
What is the age breakdown for Day Camp and Overnight Camp?
Day Camp is for children going into Kindergarten through entering 6th grade. Overnight Camp is for children entering the 3rd Grade through 6th Grade.
Will my child need any additional spending money?
Yes. The 'Snack Shack' will be open every afternoon during free-time. $1.00 per day is recommended and will cover a snack and beverage. (Healthy snacks are provided daily to all children attending camp; the 'Snack Shack' features small candies and treats and soda pop - Yes, there are gluten and dairy free options as well)
What if my child can't attend the entire week?
We understand that attending only part of the week may be the only option for some. However, we are unable to pro-rate our prices due to limited space. Please note which days your camper will be attending on the registration form if you must choose this option.
Is there scholorship money available for my child if needed?
If you have need of partial or full scholarship funding, please send a note of explanation with your registration form. This does not guarantee funding will be available, but we desire to see every child included, regardless of ability to pay.
What will my children be learning and doing at camp?
Along with crafts, games, music, campfires and more, we will be looking at Jesus’ teachings about the fountain of life.
Are you affiliated with a specific church or denomination?
Camp Lacamas is a non-denominational, Christian camp. Although we are not affiliated with any one church, numerous community churches partner with us in what we do.
Will I be able to see what my child has done at camp?
At the final pick-up time for campers, we will have an open house at which time you can talk with cabin leaders, watch video clips from the week, enjoy refreshments, and more.
What if I would like to volunteer at camp?
Please contact the Adventure Camp directors, Carl & Kalani Culley, at firstname.lastname@example.org.