Summer CampGroup & Day Camp Reservations
If you wish to reserve a group, please submit registration forms along with a $100 deposit per person.
Online Reservation Forms:
To see what spaces are currently available, please click here.
To see available Day Camp teams, click here.
The Schedule Has Changed!
Overnight Program Options for Grades 1-11 and Families!
Groups of Three or More Campers Can Reserve Space Early!
More Details About Confirmation Camp
Our camp staff are also available to lead the teaching time! If you request it, they will lead a one hour Bible study using our summer theme material. Adult leaders from your church are encouraged to observe and participate in the Bible study, and lead the congregational time in the evening with the group, to connect it to your home congregation experience. If you are unable to send an adult, your youth are still welcome to attend camp as a group. We would be happy to work with you, just contact us.
By March 1st, 2017 Individual Registration Forms are Needed to Fill Reserved Group Spaces
By March 1st, we need to receive individual registration information for each camper and adult who will be attending Chrysalis, Ebert, Beach Camp, Texas Trek or Urban Plunge. A custodial parent needs to fill out the registration form. Parents can fill the form out online (under Summer Camp, Register), download it from our website or use the one in our brochure. Any spaces not filled with an individual registration form by March 1st will be considered forfeited and opened up to other campers. While your deposit is non-refundable, you may transfer a limited number of deposits to your group bill if you do not fill them. Please refer to the Policies and Procedures section below for more details.
Overnight Camp Paperwork and Final Payment
In early April 2017, your congregation will receive an invoice. Full payment is due by May 1st unless you have a payment plan worked out with our office.
Bring Day Camp to Your Congregation – A Great Outreach Opportunity!
Make Your Day Camp Reservation Soon!
Planning Guides which includes necessary paperwork will be available online by March 1st. Your congregation will receive an invoice in early April. Full payment for the staff and materials you have reserved is due May 1st unless you have a payment plan worked out with our office.
Camperships – Don’t Let Anyone Miss Out!
It Is Going To Be An Amazing Summer!
Policies and Procedures
By March 1st, each camper space must be filled with a registered camper by submitting a paper or an online registration form. After that date, any unfilled spaces will be forfeited and opened up to other campers. Your deposits for up to four unused camper spaces, per program, will be credited to your bill. The entire deposit for any more spaces will go to our Campership Fund.
Camp fees are due by May 1st. Campers who register after May 1st must pay in full or make financial arrangements with our office. Campers who cancel will not receive a fee refund without documentation of a medical or family emergency. Campers who leave camp early, for any reason, will not receive a refund.
Congregational Day Camp Fees and Deposits: A non-refundable deposit is required to reserve your day camp. You may change your requested staff and materials until May 1st. After that you will be expected to pay for the amount reserved. Because we bring materials for the maximum your reserved and need to maintain appropriate camper/staff ratios, you will be charged $90 per camper who attends over the number you reserved.
Sibling Discounts: A sibling discount is available to families that have more than one child attending camp. The first sibling to register will pay full price, then a $30 discount is available for each additional camper from the family. This discount is not available for Day Camp, Women’s Big R, Family Camp or Grandparent Camp.
Multiple Program Discounts: A camper who attends more than one program in a summer can receive a discount of $30 off the second program week. This discount is not available for Day Camp, Women’s Big R, Family Camp or Grandparent Camp.
Financial Assistance: Financial aid Camperships and payment plans are available. We will not turn anyone away from a week of camp for financial reasons. Contact our office or click here for more information.
Camper Behavior: We reserve the right to dismiss campers from any program if their behavior is disruptive or destructive to other individuals, the camp community or property.
Health and Special Needs: Please call the Cross Trails Ministry office to speak to the Camp Director regarding any unusual health, emotional, mental or physical concerns your child may have. Cross Trails Ministry welcomes participation in our programs by campers with special needs. However, we are not equipped to provide staff for campers that require one on one care. Individuals should have appropriate social and personal skills for group living, and be age-appropriate for the program for which they are registering.
Equal Opportunity Policy: Acceptance and participation in our programs is the same for everyone without regard to race, color, creed, gender, disability, religious preference, national origin or political belief.