Labor Day Family Camp
September 5-7, 2020
Cost (Ages 12+): $188 (Early Registration), $203 (Regular)
Cost (Ages 6-11): $126 (Early Registration), $141 (Regular)
Cost (Ages 3-5): $20 (Early Registration), $30 (Regular)
Cost (Ages 2 and under): $0 (please register anyway)
This is our “All Conference Church Family” Campout – Single Adults (bring a friend or two), Couples with and without children, all are welcome!
Take a fun, faith-filled long weekend! Like a mini-family vacation, this camp offers a relaxed pace, flexible schedule, and sharing time with other families. Take walks, make crafts, play, sing songs, worship in the outdoors and experience lots of amazing good times! Worship Service will be held on Sunday.
Not sure you are ready to come out for the whole time? Come join us for one day only. Saturday or Sunday. Lunch, and Dinner will be provided.
“Please note the adult participant attending this event will be responsible for supervising the minor child(ren) attending this event with them. Camp staff and volunteers will only coordinate, facilitate, and supervise scheduled activities.”
Saturday or Sunday Day only (no early bird discount to Day Only)
12 years and up to Adult: $45
Child, 6-11: $35
Child 3-5: $12
2 and under: free
Children must be accompanied and supervised by a parent or guardian. No supervision will be provided by the camp.
No additional family discount will be applied, it is already considered in the fee.
Minimum must be met by June 1, or session will be cancelled. Please consider registering by the Early Bird Deadline.
Parents are responsible for bringing portable cribs/bassinettes. We do not provide cribs.
DIRECTORS: Brent & Jennifer Westover live in Vermilion, Ohio with their cats. They have hosted foreign exchange students in the past and enjoy traveling to visit them as often as possible. Brent and Jennifer have experiences with many camps including Love the Pool, Things that Go Bump in the Night, and Labor Day Family Camp. Brent enjoys Scuba diving when not working. Jennifer keeps busy as a 4-H adviser for the oldest 4-H club in the state.