Kid Week campers are ages 8-12.
Teen Week campers are ages 13-17
Camp registration is $50 per camper for one week-long session. This cost includes a light breakfast, lunch, and snack each day, water bottle, t-shirt, and camper gift.
Throughout the day, campers participate in a wide range of activities including: adventure ropes course, zipline, basketball, archery, fishing, canoeing, mountain biking, sports, gardening and so much more! Each camper will also participate in one art class each morning. Classes vary from year to year but have included: drama, art, painting, spoken word, ukulele, rhythm, dance, and choir.
Campers are separated into family groups for the week. Each family group is gender-specific and will consist of other campers around the same age. A counselor and counselor-in-training will lead each family group. Family groups compete for points each day by memorizing Bible verses, creating group cheers, and learning the camp rap. Family groups also discuss how to grow closer to God.
The entire camp comes together each morning and afternoon. Campers are able to enjoy skits, hear from Christian speakers, learn from the Word of God, and get hyped up for Jesus.
Camp is Monday-Friday from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm. The front gate will open promptly at 9:00 am for drop-off and will open promptly at 5:30 pm for pick-up. Shiloh Camp does not offer before or aftercare or transportation to and from camp.
Campers MUST attend camp on Monday or they will forfeit their camp reservation, unless you have pre-approval from a Shiloh staff member. To request pre-approval, please email email@example.com.
Any late drop-off or early pick-up times MUST be pre-approved by the Shiloh staff team. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your specific situation.
If your camper is late to camp, bring them to the Shiloh office to sign-in. Office staff will direct the camper to their family group based on the schedule.
In order to accommodate the camp schedule, Shiloh Adventures requests that all early pickups happen before 3:30 pm. At 3:30 pm, campers enter free time, which makes finding a specific camper difficult. The front gate will close at 3:30 pm until dismissal at 5:30 pm.
Parents or an authorized pick-up person must come to the Shiloh office to sign-out their camper. Office staff will assist in finding the camper.
Shiloh Adventures requires clothing appropriate for a physically active Christian environment. If your child arrives inappropriately dressed, you or an emergency contact will be notified to provide appropriate clothing.
- Wear comfortable, closed tennis shoes
- No open-toed shoes or flip flops
- Wear short sleeved t-shirts that cover the midriff
- No tank tops, spaghetti strap tops or see through clothing
- No clothing with crude language or inappropriate sayings
- Shorts must reach the top of the knee
- Shiloh Adventures is not responsible for lost jewelry
- Stud earrings only, no hoops or long earrings
- Change of clothing
- You may send a change of clothing with your camper which will be kept in the office for the week of camp. Please make sure all items are labeled with the camper’s full name.
Family and friends of each camper are invited to join us on Friday evening at 5:30 pm for a special program and a free, family-style dinner. Campers will perform and awards will be presented. We hope you can join us!
Please let us know if your camper will not be able to attend Friday Family Night, as this will effect performances.
Campers receive a light breakfast, a full lunch, and a snack each afternoon.
When registering, let us know if your child has any food allergies or dietary restrictions. Your child may bring their own lunch if they have food allergies or dietary restrictions. If your child brings their own lunch, it must be dropped off with the nurse each morning.
Shiloh Adventures has a clear bag policy. Campers are only allowed to bring backpacks or bags that are clear.
No, your camper will be provided a water bottle on Monday morning to use throughout the week. Counselors will keep all water bottles secure overnight.
Cell phones and tablets are not allowed at camp. Please do not send your camper with these devices. If campers bring these devices, they will be confiscated until the end of the camp day. The office phone is available in emergency situations.
Shiloh Adventures intends to stay open and provide a fun camp experience. However, in the event of severe weather, Shiloh Adventures may cancel a day of camp or require early camper pick-up. The safety of campers and their families is a top priority. Shiloh Adventures has a severe weather policy and plan in place if needed.
All decisions regarding camp cancellation will be communicated via text message, email and social media.
Shiloh Adventures has a nurse on staff during summer camp. However, the nurse may not necessarily be on site at all times. The camp nurse or a camp staff member may administer basic first-aid, dispense non-prescription and/or over the counter medications on an as needed basis. Parents/Guardians may opt out of their camper receiving non-prescription and/or over the counter medications while at camp.
In the event of a more serious, but still minor, illness or injury, the parent/guardian and/or emergency contact will be notified by phone. Based on the illness or injury, the camper may need to be picked-up before the end of the camp day.
In the event of a serious illness or injury, we will contact 911 and the parent/guardian and/or emergency contact will be notified by phone.