Camp FAQ

WHEN ARE THE CHECK IN & PICK UP TIMES?

Program:Date:Check-in Time:Pick up Time:
Family Weekend 17/03 - 7/057:00pm10:00am
Family Weekend 29/04 - 9/067:00pm10:00am
Day Camp 17/189:00am4:00pm
Day Camp 28/019:00am4:00pm
Overnight Experience
(with Parent)
7/31 - 8/017:00pm4:00pm
Starter Camp7/17 - 7/186:30pm4:00pm
2nd & 3rd Grade Camp6/10 - 6/126:30pm3:00pm
Mother/Daughter6/05 - 6/077:00pm10:00am
Father/Son6/05 - 6/077:00pm10:00am
3rd & 4th Grade Camp6/07 - 6/106:00pm3:00pm
4th - 6th Grade Camp6/28 - 7/036:00pm3:00pm
Junior Outpost Adventure6/03 - 6/066:30pm3:00pm
5th & 6th Grade Camp7/05 - 7/105:00pm3:00pm
Middle School Outpost Adventure6/14 - 6/186:00pm3:00pm
Junior High Outpost Adventure7/05 - 7/106:00pm3:00pm
Junior High Camp6/21 - 6/265:00pm3:00pm
Junior High Disicipleship7/26 - 8/015:00pm10:00am
Junior High Girls6/07 - 6/135:00pm2:00pm
Junior High Extreme7/12 - 7/176:00pm3:00pm
Parent & Teen Extreme6/11 - 6/143:00pm3:00pm
Senior High Wilderness6/19 - 6/233:00pm3:00pm
Senior High Outpost Adventure7/19 - 7/246:00pm3:00pm
Red River Wilderness7/26 - 7/315:00pm5:00pm
Be Creative6/21 - 6/266:00pm3:00pm


WHAT SHOULD I TO BRING TO CAMP?

KEEP LUGGAGE TO A MAXIMUM OF TWO BAGS!  Please remember to check lost and found before you leave.  WLCC is not responsible for lost or stolen items!

-Clothes for each day – Please use discretion in selecting clothes that advertise certain
products.  Decent and modest clothing is required at all times.
-Dirty Laundry Bag
-Modest One Piece Bathing Suit
-Sweatshirt/Jacket in case it’s rainy or cold
-Two pairs of shoes –  One pair, NOT flip-flops for outdoor activities. FOOTWEAR MUST BE WORN AT -ALL TIMES, THIS INCLUDES FLIP FLOPS OR SANDELS AROUND THE POOL & IN THE SHOWERS
-Sleeping Bag or Twin Sheets & Blanket
-Pillow
-Personal Toiletries- soap, shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, towel, etc.
-Shower Towel & Swim Towel
-Medication – MUST be in original containers and you will need to meet with the -First Aid Personnel during Check-in
-Bible, notebook,  Pen/Pencil and an attitude of prayer and a heart that is ready to connect to
God.
-Flashlight, insect repellent, and sunscreen.
-Water bottle with your name on it.  We will provide the cold water, but you need your own water bottle.
-Money for Missions
-Camera (optional)


WHAT ABOUT TOILETRIES OR BEDDING?

You are responsible for bringing your own towels, soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, deodorant, etc. You will want to bring either a sleeping bag or sheets and a blanket. Don’t forget your pillow!


WHAT SHOULD I LEAVE AT HOME?

Bad Attitudes, all personal electronics, CD/MP3 players, cell phones, skateboards, trading cards, video games, alcohol, tobacco products, weapons, fireworks, prank items, inappropriate clothing, two piece bathing suits, short shorts, slit shorts, see through tops, spaghetti straps, and pants that show undergarments.  Anything else that will distract you from focusing on God and all He has to bring you during your stay at camp.


HOW DO YOU ACCOMMODATE FOOD ALLERGIES?

Due to the small number of campers with food allergies compared to the entire number of campers, some food allergies are difficult to accommodate.  Our kitchen staff are willing to help out, but aren’t able to accommodate all allergies.  Please contact the kitchen staff in advance to get a menu so you can plan supplemental meals according to your child’s dietary restrictions.


CAN I SEND MAIL TO MY CAMPER?

Yes! Campers love mail! Keep in mind that we have multiple programs running simultaneously so please clearly label with the camp program and camper’s name.

Woodland Lakes Christian Camp

Camper’s Name, Camp Program

3054 Lindale-Mt. Holly Rd.

Amelia, OH 45102

You may also purchase a care package during Check-in that will be given out during the week.


WHAT ARE SOME OF THE CAMP RULES?

Campers agree to abide by the rules for dress code and items they bring to camp.

Campers agree to abide by the camp schedule or they will be dismissed.

Unacceptable behavior will not be tolerated. Campers are expected to treat others in a Christian manner and respect the authority of WLCC staff, deans, and faculty. A failure to do so will result in dismissal.

Campers who destroy camp property, buildings, equipment, grounds, etc. will be responsible for the cost of repair or replacement.

Campers caught stealing or pilfering through others belongings will be sent home.

WLCC has a zero tolerance policy for anyone possessing weapons, alcohol, tobacco, or who ingest or inhale any substance intended to induce a high. These actions will result in immediate dismissal.


For more details, see the IMPORTANT Summer Camp Information .