CommonCampQuestions

WHAT ARE YOU DOING ABOUT COVID?

We will be doing DAILY SCREENING for COVID-19 of EVERYONE every time someone enters the property.  As everyone is accustomed,  if your camper has any symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath, runny nose, sore throat) please keep them at home as they will not be allowed at camp.  Parents/guardians will be asked to check temperatures daily, and report to camp staff.

Your child does not have to wear a mask. The day camp regulations states that a cohort can be 50 people. We plan to have up to 2 cohorts, and if this is the case, any staff who interacts with both cohorts will be required to wear a mask.

We have multiple locations where hand-washing can be facilitated, as well as hand sanitizing stations. Your child will be instructed to wash their hands throughout the day.

 WHAT WILL DAY CAMP LOOK LIKE?

All campers will be assigned to a ‘cabin group’ with a cabin leader. Our daily schedule will involve groups moving around to different stations throughout the day; incorporating our traditional camp activities such as chapel, beach, canteen, and campfires.

We will be using a Day Camp Curriculum called Rocky Railway. At Rocky Railway, children and youth discover through life’s ups and downs that Jesus’ power pulls us through. Campers will participate in memorable Bible-learning activities, sing catchy songs, play teamwork-building games, take part in one-of-a-kind Bible Adventures, collect Bible Memory Buddies to remind them to trust Jesus, and test out Sciency-Fun Gizmos they’ll take home and play with all summer long. In addition, campers will learn to look for evidence of God all around them through something called God-Sightings. Each day concludes with the Rock Wrap-Up that gets everyone involved in living what they’ve learned.

WHAT IS YOUR PLAN FOR MEALS?

Children & Youth Camps: We will not be providing meals. We are asking that all children come with a packed lunch that does not need to be refrigerated. This allows for us to comply with COVID-19 regulations.

We will be providing your child with a packaged snack during the morning, as well as opening up our “Canteen” (Camp Store) to all campers.

Preschool/Kindergarten Camp: We will not be providing meals. We will be providing your child with a packaged snack during the morning.

MY CHILD NEEDS MEDICATIONS, WHAT SHOULD I DO?

All medications will be turned in to the camp nurse at check-in each morning. The camp nurse will be located at the drop-off location each morning (which is visible as soon as you come onto the grounds).

HOW DO I DROP MY CHILD OFF?

Once you turn onto the road which leads to the Campground, you will be directed by staff and signage directing you to the Camper Drop-Off Location.

HOW DO I GET TO THE CAMP?

By clicking on the following link, you can access our pin on Google Maps.

CAMP LOCATION

WHEN IS CHECK-IN?

Check-in is from 9:00 – 9:30am on every morning.

As you drive into camp, you will be directed for the child drop-off zone.

WHEN IS CHECK-OUT?

Check-out is at 4:00 pm for Children & Youth Camps, and at 12:00 pm for Preschool/Kindergarten Camp.

The parent/guardian will be asked to pick up your camper at the drop-off zone each day. The camper must be signed out when they leave.

WHAT DO WE BRING?

Please bring a bathing suit, towel, sunscreen, and water bottle. Children & Youth: please bring a bagged lunch.

Your child/youth will be assigned a group and a camp cabin. This is where they can keep all their bathing suits, change of clothes, as well as lunch.

Although they are assigned a cabin, we ask that all valuables be left at home. There are no cellphones, tablets, or other devices allowed at camp.

WHAT IF I DECIDE TO CANCEL?

If you must cancel, please contact the camp registrar at  mooselakegospelcamp@gmail.com or call 780-812-0625 as soon as you are aware.

Please be aware, there will be a non-refundable administration charge of $25.

HOW DO I KNOW IF YOU’VE RECEIVED MY REGISTRATION?

Once you have registered, you will receive an email confirmation.

Published by mooselakegospelcamp

Moose Lake Gospel Camp has been, and continues to be, a non-profit since 1934. MLGC was started as a means for church communities to come together in worship & fellowship. MLGC is now an outreach to the community in which it is located, reciecing children & youth from all around the surrounding area. We provide a safe and fun summer experience for all ages, and we desire to see many more new faces in the many years yet to come.

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