PROGRAMS

Camps

New Life Camp’s summer camp ministry has been thriving since it began in 1950! Whether taking part in Overnight Camp, Day Camp, or our Alternative Camp Experience (A.C.E.), it is our desire to give campers a unique and fun week that can change their lives forever.

It is an opportunity for kids to grow in friendships and confidence as they explore the outdoors in a variety of camp activities, get away from the distractions of technology and be immersed in the stories and teachings of the Word of God.

As they live, eat and play in community with others, our staff will pour into them and protect them as they teach them about the God who loves them and longs for a relationship with them.

Our Offerings

Day Camp is an opportunity for 4-10 year old children to experience traditional summer camp in a more limited setting.

Overnight Camp is for campers ages 8-18.

The Alternative Camp Experience, or A.C.E., is for 8-18 year old campers who want to experience the Overnight Camp program without staying overnight.

Day Camp

Day Camp consists of two age-appropriate, customized camp programs for ages 4-7 and ages 8-10.

There are 5 key elements in this program that we strive to offer every camper: Spiritual Growth, Acceptance, Adventure, Belonging and Confidence.

We do welcome campers with special needs, but unfortunately, we are not staffed to provide one on one attention throughout the day. Campers need to be able to follow simple instructions stay with the huddle, and not pose safety concerns for themselves or others.

Age Breakdown for Day Camp 2024

  • If your child will be age 4-7 by the Monday of their week of camp, they will be with the younger group of day campers.
  • If your child will be age 8-10 by the Monday of their week of camp, they will be with the older group of day campers.
  • Participants are expected to be potty trained before attending.

Registration for Day Camp 2024: Open

Registration for Day Camp 2025: October 4, 2024 @ 10am (Dates and Prices for 2025 coming soon)

Dates and Pricing for 2025 Coming Soon!

Dates for 2024

  • Week A: June 17-21
  • Week B. June 24-28
  • Week C: July 1-5
  • Week D: July 8-12
  • Week E: July 15-19
  • Week F: July 22-26
  • Week G: July 29 – August 2
  • Week H: August 5-9
  • Week I: August 12-16

Summer 2024 Pricing

  • Day Camp is $375 per camper
    • A non-refundable minimum payment of $200 is required for registration.
  • Special Meal Requests
    • A fee of $15/week for Vegetarian, Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Egg-free, and other.
    • No upcharge for campers who bring their own meal. No Food Prep is Available. (New Life Camp is a nut-free campus. Please no nuts in any packed lunches/meals)
    • The full balance is due March 31, 2024.
  • Discount opportunities
    • If you register for all 9 weeks, your 9th week is free. You will pay the full price for all 9 weeks initially. If your child completes all 9 weeks, you will be refunded the balance for the final week.
    • Our Family Bible Lessons include two great things in one: Enjoy learning how to read the Bible as a family and receive a discount on Summer Camp if all lessons are completed! Family Bible Lessons are available for campers ages 8 and up.
  • Summer Camp 2023 Cancellation Policy
    • **Refunds will not be granted for program days missed due to inclement weather, any illness, injury, direct exposure, or medical quarantine.
    • Full Payment is due on or before March 31, 2024
    • Switching weeks before March 1st, 2024 = no additional charge – payment of $200 registration fee for the current week will transfer to a new week.
    • Switching weeks on or after March 1st, 2024 = payment of $200 registration fee for the current week will not transfer; an additional $200 registration fee must be paid for the new week.
    • Cancellation before March 31, 2024 = full refund less $200 registration fee.  If there is an outstanding balance for the camper, any applicable refund will be applied to that balance.
    • Cancellation on or after March 31st, 2024 = no refund.

The Parent Handbook contains specific information about your child’s week of camp. Here are some topics you will find in the parent handbook.

  • Health Precautions
  • General Day Camp Schedule
  • Meal Menu
  • What Your Child Will Learn at Camp

2024 Summer Camp Parent Handbook

Please also check our Frequently Asked Questions section for your more immediate questions.

Day Camp Snack Time is offered twice a day: once in the morning and once in the afternoon. Snack and drink items are included in camp registration cost.  No additional payments needed.

2024 Day Camp Snack Menu

What to Bring

Campers are encouraged to bring a backpack with the following items. These items are intended to be left at camp overnight rather than be brought home every day:

  • Water bottle
  • 1 Towel
  • Bathing Suit (for girls: no midriff showing)
  • Water Shoes recommended for pool and lake activities
  • Change of clothes for accidents or rainy days including a rain jacket, footwear, and umbrella (we love to play in the rain if it’s safe)
  • Sandals or flip flops for swim time
  • Floaties (if your child has difficulty swimming)
  • Optional:
    • Wednesday is Win Win Wednesday. Campers are invited to wear apparel supporting their favorite team.
    • Thursday is Huddle Day. Campers are invited to wear their huddle’s color.
    • Friday is Camp Shirt Friday. Campers are invited to wear the camp t-shirt they received during their week.

What NOT to Bring

In order to maintain the intended atmosphere at New Life Camp, please do not allow your camper(s) to bring the following items:

  • Tobacco, alcohol or illegal drugs
  • Books or magazines with questionable material
  • Car keys
  • Pets
  • Electronic devices for entertainment
  • Blades, guns and other weapons
  • Music devices and instruments
  • Phones
  • We recommend campers leave anything of value not covered here at home. While New Life Camp keeps a lost and found storage, we are ultimately not responsible for lost or stolen property.

What Girls Should Wear:

Camper’s clothes should not have any inappropriate words or depictions.

Shorts, Skirts and Dresses

  • Shorts should be at least fingertip length or have a 4-inch inseam.
  • Wearing skirts and dresses should be extremely limited based on the active nature of camp.
  • Skirts and dresses should be at least near knee-length.
  • Tights and spandex do not change the above rules.
  • If wearing leggings, shirts should cover the bottom.

Shirts

  • Shirts should be chosen with the active nature of camp in mind.
  • A camper’s stomach or lower back should never be visible.
  • Undergarments should never be visible
  • Campers should not wear anything strapless
  • Clothing is too tight when the outline of undergarments can be clearly seen.
  • Necklines should be modest.

Swimsuits

  • If wearing a two-piece swimsuit, the top and bottom should overlap so that neither the stomach nor lower back are visible.
  • Necklines should be modest.

What Boys Should Wear

Camper’s clothes should not have any inappropriate words or depictions.

  • Shorts should be at least fingertip length.
  • Shorts and pants should not sag, and undergarments should not be visible.
  • Boys should be wearing shirts unless swimming
  • Swimsuits should be fingertip length.

Activities Include:

  • 9 Square
  • Archery & Sling Shots (Camp 2)
  • Bible Story
  • Carpetball
  • Crafts
  • GaGa Ball
  • Gym Games & Dodgeball
  • Mini-Golf
  • Swimming (Pool)
  • Lake Activities
    • Big Blue Lightning Water Slide (Camp 2)
    • Boats
    • Fishing
  • Low Ropes

Overnight & A.C.E. Camp

Overnight Camp is for campers ages 8-18. The Alternative Camp Experience, or A.C.E., is for 8-18 year old campers who want to experience the Overnight Camp program without staying overnight. A.C.E. works in harmony with our Overnight Camp program and schedule, not the Day Camp schedule. Accordingly, you may bring your camper each morning for breakfast and pick them up following their final activity each evening.

There are 5 key elements in this program that we strive to offer every camper: Spiritual Growth, Acceptance, Adventure, Belonging and Confidence.

We do welcome campers with special needs, but unfortunately, we are not staffed to provide one on one attention throughout the day. Campers need to be able to follow simple instructions stay with the huddle, and not pose safety concerns for themselves or others.

We have broken our Overnight Camp & A.C.E. registrations up into multiple days, times, and genders you are registering.

Summer Camp 2024 Registration: Open

Summer Camp 2025 Registration Dates:

  • High School Weeks (Girls) – October 1, 2024 @ 10am
  • High School Weeks (Boys) – October 1, 2024 @ 2pm
  • Middle School Weeks (Girls) – October 2, 2024 @ 10am
  • Middle School Weeks (Boys) – October 2, 2024 @ 2pm
  • Elementary School Weeks (Girls) – October 3, 2024 @ 10am
  • Elementary School Weeks (Boys) – October 3, 2024 @ 2pm

Dates and Prices for Summer Camp 2025 Coming Soon!

Dates for Summer Camp 2024

Summer Camp registration is divided by your child’s age, not grade. For Elementary School weeks campers must be 8 years of age by the Sunday of their week of camp. Middle School and High School week ages are calculated based on how old they are by August 31st, 2024.

High School (ages 14-18)

  • High School Week 1: June 23-28
  • High School Week 2: July 21-26

Middle School (Ages 11-13)

  • Middle School Week 1: June 16-21
  • Middle School Week 2: June 30-July 5
  • Middle School Week 3: July 14-19
  • Middle School Week 4: July 28-August 2

Elementary School (ages 8-10)

  • Elementary School Week 1: July 7-12
  • Elementary School Week 2: August 4-9

Summer 2024 Pricing

  • Overnight Camp is $815 per camper
    • **2 items are provided each time the Snack Shack is open (16 times, weather permitting). This is included in the price. No extra fee will be charged for Snack Shack. See Snack Shack below for further details.
    • A non-refundable minimum payment of $200 is required for registration.
    • The full balance is due March 31, 2024.
  • A.C.E. Camp is $715 per camper
    • **2 items are provided each time the Snack Shack is open (16 times, weather permitting). This is included in the price. No extra fee will be charged for Snack Shack. See Snack Shack below for further details.
    • A non-refundable minimum payment of $200 is required for registration.
    • The full balance is due March 31, 2024.
  • Special Meal Request Fees
    • A fee of $40/week for Vegetarian, Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Egg-free, and other.
    • A fee of $60/week if you bring your own meals (whether one meal or all meals).
  • Interested in a discount? Our Family Bible Lessons include two great things in one: Enjoy learning how to read the Bible as a family and receive a discount on Summer Camp if all lessons are completed!

Summer Camp 2024 Cancellation Policy

    • **Refunds will not be granted for program days missed due to inclement weather, any illness, injury, direct exposure, or medical quarantine.
    • Full Payment is due on or before March 31, 2024
    • Switching weeks before March 1st, 2024 = no additional charge – payment of $200 registration fee for the current week will transfer to a new week.
    • Switching weeks on or after March 1st, 2024 = payment of $200 registration fee for the current week will not transfer; an additional $200 registration fee must be paid for the new week.
    • Cancellation before March 31, 2024 = full refund less $200 registration fee.  If there is an outstanding balance for the camper, any applicable refund will be applied to that balance.
    • Cancellation on or after March 31st, 2024 = no refund.
  • There will be assigned staggered drive-through check-in times on Sunday afternoons. You will be emailed your assigned time prior to the week.
  • If you have not filled out all forms, you will need to do so before check-in.
  • If you have siblings with separate check-in times, you may choose one of their times and bring both.
  • There will be a short medical inventory.
  • You will then be directed to park. Our staff will come to you to unload your luggage to be sent to the cabin.
  • You will meet your camper’s counselor, and say goodbye to your camper.
  • We will walk your camper to their cabin and help them get settled in.

Our parent handbooks contain useful information for your child’s week of camp. Here are some topics you will find in the parent handbook that you will need to know for your week of camp:

  • General Daily Schedule
  • Camper Rules
  • First Aid Policies
  • Meal Menu
  • Learn What Your Child Is Learning

2024 Summer Camp Parent Handbook

Please also check our Frequently Asked Questions section for your more immediate questions.

What to Bring:

  • Water Bottle
  • Bible (notebook and pen/pencil also recommended)
  • Sheets and Blanket or Sleeping Bag
  • Pillow
  • Toiletries
  • Towels (bath towel and swim towel)
  • Flashlight
  • Modest Bathing Suit (for girls: no midriff showing)
  • Gear for Rainy Days including Rain Jacket, Footwear, Umbrella, Extra Clothes, etc…
  • Footwear for the shower is encouraged
  • Follow this link for a Printable Packing List for Overnight Camp
  • Note: We have a few special days during camp:
    • Win Win Wednesday – Campers are invited to wear apparel supporting their favorite team.
    • Thursday is Cabin Unity Day – Campers are invited to wear their Cabin colors. (Lambs – White, Courage-Blue, Fire – Red, Miracle – Purple, Freedom – Light Green, Brothers – Black, Fellowship – Dark Green, Conquerors – Orange)
    • Friday is Camp Shirt Friday – Campers are invited to wear the camp t-shirt they received during their week.

What NOT to Bring:

In order to maintain the intended atmosphere at New Life Camp, please do not allow your camper(s) to bring the following items:

  • Tobacco, alcohol or illegal drugs
  • Books or magazines with questionable material
  • Car keys
  • Pets
  • Electronic devices for entertainment
  • Blades, guns and other weapons
  • Music devices and instruments
  • Phones or Smart Watches
  • We recommend campers leave anything of value not covered here at home. While New Life Camp keeps a lost and found storage, we are ultimately not responsible for lost or stolen property.

What Girls Should Wear:

Camper’s clothes should not have any inappropriate words or depictions.

Shorts, Skirts and Dresses

  • Shorts should be at least fingertip length or have a 4-inch inseam.
  • Wearing skirts and dresses should be extremely limited based on the active nature of camp.
  • Skirts and dresses should be at least near knee-length.
  • Tights and spandex do not change the above rules.
  • If wearing leggings, shirts should cover the bottom.

Shirts

  • Shirts should be chosen with the active nature of camp in mind.
  • A camper’s stomach or lower back should never be visible.
  • Undergarments should never be visible.
  • Campers should not wear anything strapless.
  • Clothing is too tight when the outline of undergarments can be clearly seen.
  • Necklines should be modest.

Swimsuits

  • If wearing a two-piece swimsuit, the top and bottom should overlap so that neither the stomach nor lower back are visible.
  • Necklines should be modest.

What Boys Should Wear

Camper’s clothes should not have any inappropriate words or depictions.

  • Shorts should be at least fingertip length.
  • Shorts and pants should not sag, and undergarments should not be visible.
  • Boys should be wearing shirts unless swimming.
  • Swimsuits should be fingertip length.
  • Overnight and A.C.E. campers will visit the Snack Shack 16 times per week (weather permitting) and receive two items per Snack Shack time. These are included in the registration fee. No additional payments needed.
  • Campers will choose from the Unlimited Options menu at Snack Shack unless parents designate they want their child to choose from the the Light Options menu. Parents can do this at check-in their child’s week of camp.
  • No refund is given at the end of the week for any times they do not visit the Snack Shack.
  • 2024 Snack Shack Menu.
  • One thing that makes New Life Camp great is the ability that it gives each camper to try new things! We want each camper to remember those new things by keeping track of their new experiences and achievements.
  • Every achievement is worth points, and New Life Camp keeps track of each camper’s points summer after summer for as long as they continue to come here.

Bronze Status

  • New Life Experience Bronze Campers
  • Campers who receive 20,000 points will achieve New Life Bronze Camper Status.
  • They will receive a certificate at Friday’s Closing Ceremony.
  • Their first name and last initial are listed on our website.

Silver Status

  • New Life Experience Silver Campers
  • Campers who receive 50,000 points will achieve New Life Silver Camper Status.
  • They will receive a certificate at Friday’s Closing Ceremony.
  • Their first name and last initial are listed on our website.
  • Their full name will be posted in Johnson Gym.

Gold Status

  • New Life Experience Gold Campers
  • Campers who receive 200,000 points will achieve New Life Gold Camper Status.
  • They will receive a certificate at Friday’s Closing Ceremony.
  • Their first name and last initial are listed on our website.
  • Their full name will be posted in Johnson Gym on a gold plaque.

Platinum Status

  • New Life Experience Platinum Campers
  • Campers who receive 500,000 points will achieve New Life Platinum Camper Status.
  • They will receive a certificate at Friday’s Closing Ceremony.
  • Their first name and last initial are listed on our website.
  • Their full name will be posted in Johnson Gym on a platinum plaque.
  • They will receive one free week of New Life Camp.

Activities include:

  • Teaching from God’s Word
  • 9 Square
  • Archery & Riflery
  • Basketball
  • Carpetball
  • Crafts
  • Dodgeball
  • GaGa Ball
  • Go Carts (Middle School & High School Weeks)
  • Kan Jam
  • Low Ropes
  • Mini-Golf
  • Games
  • Pickleball
  • Ping Pong
  • STEM Woodworking
  • Swimming (Pool)
  • Lake Activities:
    • Big Blue Lightning Water Slide
    • Boats
    • Diving Boards
    • Fishing
    • Wibit Water Park

Are you interested in becoming an LIT (Leader In Training)? Our Leaders in Training program is for students ages 13-18 who have a desire to volunteer at New Life Camp during summer or throughout the year, and who may also be interested in serving our our summer staff in future years. It is a great addition to any college application, scholarship application, or job application. Click the button below for more information.

Frequently Asked Questions

Your children are among the most valuable gifts that God has given you. While your child’s well-being is of utmost importance to you, you also want your child to experience the adventure, belonging, and growth, that summer camp brings. You can have both.

Take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions to prepare for your week at camp.

 

We feel that the staff we choose are more important than our facilities or program. We take this responsibility very seriously. Every staff member goes through an extensive application process of:

  • Application
  • Interview with two full-time staff members
  • Reference Check
  • Background Checks (from both criminal and national sex offender websites)

After this process, we choose whom we believe to be the very best candidates in our pool of applicants.

Each counselor has gone through training. Some of the areas covered in this training include:

  • Cabin Management
  • Camp Rules & Staff Policies
  • Camper Discipline & Behavior
  • Camper Hygiene and Illness Prevention
  • Child Protection
  • Communicable Disease Mitigation
  • CPR/AED/First Aid Training
  • Emergency Procedures
  • Health & Safety
  • Personal Counseling
  • Privacy
  • Risk Management
  • Special Needs Inclusion
  • Supervision
  • Weather-Related Procedures
  • For Overnight & A.C.E. Camps: Every 23 campers have at least 3 counselors assigned to them who do everything with their cabin.
  • Day Camp – Camp 1 (Ages 4-7): 1 staff member to every 9 campers. Huddles contain as many as 18 campers each.
  • Day Camp – Camp 2 (Ages 8-10): 1 staff member to every 9 campers. Huddles contain as many as 18 campers each.
  • On top of the training the staff receives in keeping all campers in vision and acting when necessary, the campers also receive this instruction: “You should never be where a counselor is not.” Every event starts with a head count. We also have a missing camper procedure in place, if it is ever needed.

On the first day of camp, we instruct all the campers that it is not only appropriate but also necessary to report any incident of anyone either hurting them or making them feel uncomfortable. Reports should go to their counselor or any other staff member. All accusations will be taken seriously. All incidents are documented with the report and actions taken.

There is sometimes a great opportunity to mentor campers beyond the summer. Many parents develop a love for their child’s counselor and the effect their relationship has caused. However, we think it would be a mistake to give unsupervised access to your child to any adult outside of your family. That being the case and while having full confidence in our staff within our program, we do not recommend them as babysitters or any other situations that would involve them being alone with a child. This includes private conversations by phone, text, social media, etc.

We have extensive details on what your child should bring to camp and what they should not, including what to wear. Please view our Pack Your Bags for Camp pages for complete details:

During the week, we have 3 lost and found areas where lost items are brought: our Staff Offices, Johnson Gym, and the Activities Center. After the week, all lost and found is brought to the Activities Center and placed in a designated space. The staff will not look through the lost and found at phone call request. You must come to camp to look at the lost and found if you believe anything is missing. After 5 days, the lost and found will be donated. If your child gets home with anything that does not belong to them, please bring it back ASAP.

Summer camp allows campers to get away. For this reason, we want to protect the sanctity of the camp experience We would ask parents to wait until Family Night to visit and see some of what the camper experienced during their week. ALL visitors must check in at the Main Office located in the Activities Center.

We will be administering a drive-through check-in process for both Day Camp and Overnight Camp. You will be emailed the week before camp with your cabin/huddle assignment and a specific check-in time for that cabin/huddle as follows:

  • Overnight Camp and A.C.E Check-In: Sunday 3:20-5:20 pm
    • Conquerors & Miracle – 3:20-4:00pm
    • Fellowship & Fire – 4:00-4:40pm
    • Brothers & Courage – 4:40-5:00pm
    • Freedom & Lambs – 5:00-5:20pm
  • Day Camp Check-In (all huddles): Monday 8:00-9:00 am

Siblings who are attending the same program can be checked in at the same time. If your child has medications, please review the “First Aid Policies” section of the Parent Handbook so you can properly prepare your child’s medication.

All unloading will be done in the parking lot. You will be getting out of your car only to unload your child’s belongings, meet one of the counselors, and give your camper a hug goodbye. New Life Camp will ensure that all belongings are transported to your child’s huddle area or cabin location.

Day Camp Rides-In on Tuesday through Friday will be from 8:00-9:00 am. You will remain in a carpool line and drop your camper off at your assigned gym. If you are unable to bring your child during this designated time, please bring them to the Main Office in the Activities Center. A staff member will come to you to bring your child to their huddle.

Rides Out on Monday through Friday will take place at Johnson Gymnasium starting at 5:20 pm. Rides Out will continue until 6:00 pm. If you must pick up your camper early, you need to arrive prior to 4:50 pm. No campers will be checked out between 4:30 and 5:20 pm as they are transitioning to their rides-out locations. Please note, if you arrive at 4:50 pm or after, you will be directed to the rides-out line. You will need a photo ID to check your child out. Only those who are on your pick-up authorization form will be allowed to pick your child up. 

A.C.E. stands for Alternative Camp Experience. These campers will be arriving each morning and going home each night. The rest of their time at camp is spent with overnight campers. All drop off will be done in the parking lot, but you will need to come to the Main Office (in the Activities Center) each evening for pick-up. Please have a photo ID ready. Here are the drop-off and pick-up times (Monday-Friday breakfast only provided if dropped off during these times):

Drop-Off and Pick-Up Schedule for All Weeks 

Sunday Drop Off: Assigned time will be emailed
Sunday Pick Up: 9:00-9:20 pm

Monday Drop Off: 7:40-8:00 am
Monday Pick Up: 8:30-8:50 pm

Tuesday Drop Off: 7:40-8:00 am
Tuesday Pick Up: 8:30-8:50 pm

Wednesday Drop Off: 7:40-8:00 am
Wednesday Pick Up: 8:30-8:50 pm

Thursday Drop Off: 7:40-8:00 am
Thursday Pick Up:

  • *High School & Middle School – 12:30-12:50 am
  • *Elementary School – 10:20-10:40 pm

Friday Drop Off: 

  • High School & Middle School – 9:50-10:10 am
  • Elementary School – 7:40-8:00 am

Friday Pick Up: 6:20-6:50 pm at the Activities Center

*Thursday evening includes a special event for High School and Middle School that lasts until after midnight. Elementary School includes a special event that lasts until 10:10 pm. If you prefer to pick your child up earlier on Thursday evening, please call ahead to request an early pick-up.

** See “What is Family Night” for time and location adjustments for inclement weather.

You may drop off your child later or pick them up earlier. If you plan to pick up your child early, please give the office one-hour notice. A.C.E. campers can keep a bag in the cabin to which they are assigned.

We will not allow anyone who is not on your pick-up authorization form to leave with your child. This is true for temporary release during the week and for final pick-up on Friday. Please note that this includes parents. If you want to update your authorization:

  1. Please go to your online dashboard
  2. Click update info for your child.
  3. Click on the Forms section
  4. Click on 2023-2024 Pick-Up Authorization Form.

We request, if possible, that you do not pick up your child temporarily or early If you need to pick them up temporarily or early, please call (919)847-0764 an hour beforehand, so that we can have them waiting for your along with the necessary paperwork. You will pick them up in the Main Office (in the Activities Center). Please bring a photo ID. Overnight campers may not be picked up or dropped off between 9:30 pm – 7:30 am.

Family Night is a great time to pick up your Overnight Camper from camp and experience a little bit of camp yourself.
Note: We will be having one Family Night for ALL Day Camp weeks on August 16, 2024. (Friday pick up for Day Camp will be the same as Monday – Thursday pick up.) Please click this link for more information and to let us know you are coming on August 16th for Day Camp Family Night

If weather allows:

  1. We will have our full Family Night event.
  2. Parking is limited, we ask that you bring only 1 car per family.
  3. You will pick up your campers at the Activities Center gym from 6:20-6:50pm on Friday:
    • You will park your car as directed by the parking attendants.
    • You will enter the Activities Center gym and be directed to your child’s cabin to sign them out. Bring your photo ID.
    • You will carry their luggage to your car.
    • We then invite you to join us in the Johnson Gym for our closing ceremony at 7:00 pm.
    • After the closing ceremony, we will have an open house at our lower Camp Circle until 8:30pm.
    • The Camp Store located in the Activities Center will be open for souvenirs until 8:30pm.

If we expect inclement weather:

  1. We will be unable to have our Closing Ceremony, Family Night event, or open our Camp Store.
  2. We will send out an email by 4:00 pm letting you know of the change of plans including your child’s pick-up time.
  3. You will pick up your campers at the following times and locations:
    • Overnight Camp & A.C.E.: 6:20-6:50 pm in the Activities Center
      • You will park your car as directed by the parking attendants.
      • You will enter the Activities Center and be directed to your child’s cabin to sign them out. Bring your photo ID.
      • You will carry their luggage to your car.
  4. You will receive an email with the end-of-the-week video and any follow-up information.

We will only accept letters and packages that are delivered through mail delivery systems (USPS, UPS, Amazon, etc.). We will not accept packages that are dropped off by parents or other individuals. We do not have the capacity to manage drop offs, and it is a security measure. Please do not ask the Main Office receptionist, counselors, or staff members to accept packages or letters.

To see what your child will be eating during meals, please refer to our Parent Handbook:

To see what your child will be eating during Snack Shack times, please refer to our Snack Shack Menus:

If you have any remaining questions, please refer to the Parent Handbook or contact us at info@newlifecamp.com.