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- El Camino Pines
- Luther Glen Farm
Both El Camino Pines and Luther Glen Farm are accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA). Every few years, both camps participate in a rigorous inspection process which covers all areas of camp, including health, safety, program and staffing.
Our staff are required to submit an application, multiple references and an interview. The background of every staff member is checked by an accredited agency. Counselors must be at least 18 years old.
Yes, all staff must be certified in First Aid, CPR & AED to work at our camps.
We follow the guidelines of the American Camp Association. The ratio is dependent on the age of the campers.
6 - 8 years 1 staff per 6 campers
9 - 14 years 1 staff per 8 campers
15 - 18 years 1 staff per 10 campers
Yes, we have certified lifeguards on duty whenever the pool is open. We also abide by ACA guidelines for number of lifeguards and lookouts per number of swimmers.
The initial camp deposit ($175) is non-refundable, but may be transferred to a different program based on availability. For more details on refunds, please see the LRCC Refund Policy.
A $150 non-refundable deposit is due when you register to reserve your stop. If you elected to pay Full PRice or Half Price, the remainder of your balance is due 2 weeks prior to camp.
When you register online you have the option to put money into your child’s camp store account. This money can be used daily during the week to pay for candy/drinks, camp clothing and other goodies at our camp store. If you add money to your online account after the start of the camp session, please notify firstname.lastname@example.org with your camper's name and the amount added. Click here for a complete list and costs of what is sold in the Camp Store.
Drop off at El Camino Pines & Luther Glen Farm is between 3pm-4pm on Sunday. Please do not arrive early.
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You can send letters to your child while they are at camp! If there is a health concern or emergency, you will be notified.
We ask that you not send your campers with cell phones. We want to create a time and space for kids to be wholly present in the camp community. Cell phones make this mission nearly impossible.
Programs and activities include but are not limited to hiking (easy to moderate levels), rock wall climbing (easy to moderate), archery, swimming (levels determined by swim test administered on site) and other outdoor activities that will vary based on the participants abilities.
Your final balance is due two weeks prior to your arrival at camp.
During the online registration process, select "My Church will pay" on the payment page. Payment should be mailed to the Administrative Office with a note regarding the intended camper recipient and which program they are attending.
New for Summer 2023, You Choose what you pay for your camper to attend summer camp.
Sing-a-long with the camp staff!