2018 Youth Winter Camps - Individual Pricing and Registration
Grades 7th - High School
Contact us if you have any questions - we'd love to help! (559) 683-4938 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jr. & Sr. High COMBO Camp
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3 Nights Lodging, 8 Meals, Chapel Times, Worship Times, Camp Photo, Recreation, Games, and much more. (Weather Permitting: High Ropes Course, Zip Line, Paintball, Archery, BB Guns and the Tube Run)
2 Nights Lodging, 5 Meals, Chapel Times, Worship Times, Camp Photo, Recreation, Games, and much more. (Weather Permitting: High Ropes Course, Zip Line, Paintball, Archery, BB Guns and the Tube Run)
Thank you for allowing Sugar Pine to be a part of creating lasting camp memories for your sons and daughters! Please review the following information to help make their camp experience truly exceptional.
REGISTRATION: Your Youth Pastor will be providing an online link to register your child(ren) for camp. All registrations must be completed online. The Medical Release and Liability Waiver must be signed electronically.
INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATIONS: Registrations must be received by Sugar Pine 20 days prior to camp. Late registrations will be charged a $15 late fee and are subject to availability. Campers coming with a youth group will register with the Youth Ministry Department of the church.
REGISTRATION TIMES: Registration starts Friday from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Please notify us if you will be arriving later than 7:30 p.m. Dinner will not be served on Friday night.
DEPARTURE TIME: Camp ends immediately following lunch on Sunday by 12:30 p.m.
MEDICATIONS: The Camp Health Supervisor will collect all medications during check-in. The exception would be an inhaler or EpiPen. All medications and dosages must be clearly labeled in their original container. If parents are sending over-the-counter medications, directions and dosage must be in writing and signed by the parent.
PRE-CAMP HEALTH SCREENING: The State of California requires that a health screening must be completed within 24 hours of camp by the parent and/or group leader. If a camper has a fever, head lice, flu-like symptoms, vomiting, diarrhea, pink eye, open wounds or sores they cannot attend camp until all of the symptoms have passed.
PARENT HEALTH CARE NOTIFICATION: In the event a camper becomes ill or suffers an injury during their stay at camp, parents will be notified by phone from the Camp’s Health Supervisor, their supervising pastor or a designated camp employee. Supervising group leaders will be notified in person.
CAMP ARRIVAL/DEPARTURE: All campers and/or group supervisors must check-in at the Welcome Center located near the main parking lot. The main parking lot is the designated drop-off and pick-up location for buses, vans and privately owned vehicles. Once campers/groups are registered and luggage is unloaded, vehicles will be redirected to the appropriate long-term parking location.
MESSAGES: Campers cannot be reached by phone. Emergency messages may be communicated by calling (559) 683-4938. If there is no answer, please leave a voice message. Pay phones are no longer available at Sugar Pine.
CAMP PICTURE: Included at no additional cost.
SPENDING MONEY: for crafts, The Café and other optional activities like Paintball ($15). Your child will be responsible for his/her own money.
DRIVING DIRECTIONS: You can see all weather conditions and driving directions on our website at: www.sugarpine.org. We advise that you carry TIRE CHAINS as the weather conditions are subject to change.
FACEBOOK: Pictures and/or videos will be uploaded at the end of each winter weekend. “Like” us on Facebook to see your child’s weekend experiences. Click Here to go to Sugar Pine's Facebook
Downloadable Parent Letter-PDF
If you have any questions please call us - we'd love to help! (559) 683-4938