Camp Rules & Dress Code


The following Code of Conduct and Dress Code applies to all campers, including adults.

1. The camp does not permit fireworks, firearms, water pistols, balloons, alcoholic drinks, illicit drugs, or tobacco in any form.
2. No electronic devices are allowed.
3. No one is allowed to remain in the cabins during services or class time. Anyone who is sick will be in the hospital during this time.
4. A counselor must accompany any girl who must leave the tabernacle during a service.
5. The dress codes are important. Please insist that all abide by these codes at all times.
a) Clean, neat pants or knee length shorts may be worn until after supper (also see item d in this list).
b) Appropriate shirts should be modest, showing no cleavage, and with no inappropriate messages. No tank tops or sleeveless shirts.
c) Appropriate length for shorts is measured by the girl’s palm width above her knee. Skirt length, including slits, should be knee length or longer.
d) Dresses, skirts, dress pants, or dress capris are to be worn for all night services, unless otherwise announced by the Advisory Council. On Wednesday night, t-shirts and jeans or capris may be worn, but no shorts.
e) Swimsuits are to be modest, one-piece suits or a two-piece covered by a non-white t-shirt. A cover-up for swimsuits is to be worn when going to and from the pool. A towel alone is not acceptable as a cover-up. A robe, sundress, or long t-shirt would be appropriate.
f) Sundresses may be worn, but t-shirts must be worn with spaghetti strap dresses.
6. Medical release forms for each person should be turned in with registration. (Insurance covers accidents and illnesses while on camp grounds up to $3,000. This does not include pre-existing accidents or illnesses.)
7. Campers are required to remain in the cabins after lights out.
8. It is mandatory that a counselor be at the pool with your girls during their swimming session.