Info For Parents 

 and What to bring?

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Caring for Campers

At the Youth Farm Bible Camp, we strive to hire staff who desire to care for the campers and model Jesus. Our hope is that the YFBC staff will sacrifice, share, seek, and serve - that they will die to self and live for Christ, tell the gospel message with their words and actions, desire to know God more and to know people better, and to put the needs of others ahead of their own.

We want each camper to have the best camp experience possible. We want each camper to feel cared for, safe, respected, and a valued part of our camp community. To ensure this we have put in place policies and procedures to hold us accountable to this level of care.  This covers areas such as abuse, harassment, bullying, infection control, first aid, and health and safety. To read the full policy manual click here.

 

What to Bring to Camp?

Yes! Bring it!...

  • Sleeping bag and pillow

  • Change of clothes for the week

  • Pyjamas

  • Swimsuit

  • Bible (if you have one)

  • Jacket/rain gear

  • Hat

  • Toothbrush and toothpaste

  • Soap and shampoo

  • Towel

  • Water bottle

  • Insect repellant (it is better to not have pressurized sprays)

  • Sunscreen

  • Medications with written directions

  • $10 for candy time

  • T-shirts are also available for sale at $16

Sure! If you want...

  • Pen/pencil and paper

  • Camera

  • Riding boots

  • Backpack

  • Water shoes

Please no! Do not bring...

  • Junk food

  • Hunting knives

  • Matches or lighters

  • iPod / MP3 player

  • Cell phones

  • Electronic games