FAMILY CAMP Participant Info

Hi, campers!  Here is all the info you need to be well prepared for the weekend at Oak Glen Christian Conference Center.

Below you can see what you need to bring, find the Camp Schedule, and more! Room assignments will be given upon check-in at Oak Glen. 

Download and complete your medical release forms below and turn them into the church office, or email to Rachel Smith.

What to Bring:

Bible

Bedding (sleeping bag, blanket/sheets, pillow, etc)

Warm layers

Hat/visor

Comfortable shoes for hiking

Shoes for showering

Towels/washcloth

Shampoo, conditioner, soap

Hairbrush, toothbrush, toothpaste

Laundry bag for dirty clothes

Any medicines or medications and their instructions

Flashlight

Insect repellant

Sunscreen

Camera

Personal water bottle

What Not To Bring:

Drugs, alcohol, knives, slingshots, guns, weapons, skateboards, rollerblades, bikes, matches, lights, candles, valuables, gum, silly string, pets, food, fireworks. 

Frequently Asked Questions:

1.) When are meal times?

Breakfast is at 8:00am, lunch is at 12:00pm, and dinner is at 5:30pm. Please be prompt.

2.) How are the meals served?

Meals are served buffet style with a full salad bar. Once everyone is seated, someone from our staff will have announcements and prayer. Our staff will then individually dismiss each table to go to the buffet line.

3.) Are bed linens provided?

Linens are not provided. Please bring either a sleeping bad and pillow, or a fitted sheet and blanket.

4.) When we arrive, where do we check in?

You will find the check-in table in the Main Chapel (see Campus Map). Check-in begins at 3:00 pm and we can receive late check-ins past 7:00 pm, but let us know in advance if possible.

5.) What types of recreational activities are offered?

Gym – Full court basketball, volleyball, and table games (ping-pong, Frisbee, and Foosball)

Archery – Available through reservation with office. Instructor will provide all gear at the archery range. 

Miniature Golf Course – 9 holes; check out clubs and balls at the office.

Challenge Course – *Extra fee required (per person)

Pool – scheduled time Saturday afternoon for Heritage’s exclusive use

Board Games – Available for check out at the office by an adult.

6.) What types of sleeping accommodations are offered?

There are a variety of accommodation styles, ranging from dormitory-style lodges to cottages. Our goal is to provide couples and families with their own rooms, but it is first come, first served! 

7.) What types of wildlife are on the grounds?

Oak Glen reports a large population of squirrels, rabbits, coyotes, raccoons, possums, rodents, and occasional bears and bobcats.

8.) What are the policies regarding food in the meeting and sleeping accommodations?

Due to the large population of bears and other animals, Oak Glen does not allow guests to eat plated meals in the meeting and sleeping accommodations. However, they do allow pre-packaged, individual serving sized snacks to be consumed in the meeting accommodations all trash should be appropriately placed in the bear-proof trashcans upon consumption.

9.) What time are quiet hours?

Quiet hours are from 11:00pm to 7:00am. Amplification must be turned off by 11:00pm. Campers should be either in their sleeping or meeting rooms, after 11:00pm.

11.) Will there be wifi? Will my phone get service?

The church staff can provide you with wifi access if needed. There is limited cell phone coverage, however, there is a Verizon tower on site, so you are in luck if you have Verizon.

12.) Is smoking allowed?

Smoking is not allowed. For the safety and health of all guests and staff, smoking is not permitted on our grounds.