High School Camp FAQ's
July 25-30, 2018
BAGGAGE + SLEEPING GEAR DROP OFF @ GRACEPOINT FROM 6-8PM ON MONDAY, JULY 23rd. WE PACK THE TRAILER AND SEND ALL GEAR A DAY EARLY SO CAMP IS SET UP WHEN STUDENTS ARRIVE.
Student drop off @ GracePoint at 6:30AM on Wednesday, July 25th. Parents/Guardians will need to check students in at this time. Bus will leave for camp promptly at 7AM.
Student pick up @ GracePoint in the evening on Monday, July 30th. Exact time TBD.
Location: Camp Na-Bor-Lee. 6699 Speckled Bird Way, Fruitland, WA 99129. Phone number—(509) 722-3350.
Cost: Early bird $235.00 (March 5- May 20)
Regular $250.00 (May 21-July 10)
Late-comers $265.00 (July 11-20)
*Work scholarships are available. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss options *Family discount available at checkout for families with more than one camper (PROMO CODE = FAMILY)
Medical: Medications must be turned into our camp nurse and will be administered by her at camp. Please bring them labeled and in their original containers. Please drop off medications at GracePoint at 6:30AM on Wednesday, July 25th and speak with Nurse Lynn at that time.
Emergency Contact: Pastor Tj can be contacted at 503-729-2335. Please know that reception will be spotty at camp. Call the campground office for emergency purposes as well.
Packing: Please LABEL all items with SHARPIE PEN and duct tape…
-Sleeping bag and pillow -Sleeping mat or single air mattress -Toiletries -2 Towels -Swimsuit (no bikinis/no speedos) -Swim Shirt -Lifejacket (if you have one) -Changes of clothes (for warm days and cool nights) -Sunscreen -Flashlight -Tennis Shoes -Sandals or water shoes -Bible and journal -Camp Chair -Water Bottle -Hat -Bug Spray -Lanyard for eyeglasses -Quarters for showers -LUNCH for ride over.
*Any medications must be labeled, in original containers, and handed in to the camp nurse before we leave.
Please DON'T bring the following items: -Any weapon or anything that produces a flame -Energy drinks or snacks to store in tents -Extra electronic items (gaming/music devices). You can bring your phone though you won’t have access to it throughout the day. You’ll have a 30 minute window of time to use it each evening.
Activities: Students will stay in tents with a group of 6-8 peers of the same gender. They can request who they'd like to tent with. Activities include outdoor group games, sports tournaments, card games, crafts, chapel, hiking, swimming, boating, tubing, wake/knee boarding, surfing, paddle boarding and possibly fishing (license required). 3 meals a day and snacks will be provided by our kitchen staff. Please contact TJ at email@example.com asap if your student has dietary restrictions or severe food allergy needs.