Camp Rules


  • No intoxicating or hallucinogenic substances are permitted.
  • No tobacco or alcohol is permitted.
  • No stealing.
  • No bullying will be tolerated.
  • Fireworks or explosives are not permitted.
  • Shirts and shoes must be worn at all time.
  • No food is permitted in the cabin.
  • Pushing, shoving, or unnecessary roughness is not permitted.
  • Swimming or wading in the lake is not permitted.
  • The dress code must be observed. (see Dress Code Page)
  • Campers are not to be on the campgrounds before registration, unless they are the child of a staff member, OR they have received permission from the camp directors.


  • A camper may not meet in a private place with another camper.
  • Campers may not cross the cabin “deadline zone” without permission. The zone is the driveway that goes around the camp perimeter. Campers may not leave the drive to go near a cabin of the opposite gender.
  • Campers are not allowed ANY electronic communication (phone/text/email/social media posting) without DIRECTORS’ permission.
  • Campers may not keep medicine without permission from camp nurse (see medical form).
  • Campers will observe “lights out” time.
  • Campers may not leave cabins after “lights out” without permission. Campers must be accompanied during the night hours.
  • Campers may not engage in inappropriate physical contact, discuss, or make inappropriate sexual comments.
  • Earrings or necklaces must not be worn during sporting activities, even if it is an acceptable jewelry item.
  • Body piercings are not allowed.
  • Campers must be present for all activities even if they cannot participate. Participation in all activities is expected unless waived by a camp director or nurse.
  • Campers are advised to keep all money in the camp bank.
  • Campers may not leave the immediate campground without permission.
  • Campers who drive to camp must turn in their keys upon registration.
  • Campers are expected to follow instructions from a staff member.


  • A violation of camp rules must be reported to camp staff or directors. Failure to do so makes that person an accessory to the violation and subject to disciplinary action.
  • Camp directors have the final decision regarding consequences. Violations may cause offender to be sent home and not permitted to return to camp in the future.