Summer Camps

2017 Summer Camp Dates and Directors

The PDF of 2017 Summer Brochure is  available Here! The mailed version should be in mailboxes SOON!

Teen Camp:

June 25- July 1, Steve Lamason

Boys Camp:

July 2-15, Steve Young

Soccer Camp:

July 16-22, Harry Neil

Girls Camp:

July 30-August 12, Bonnie Landis

Family Camp:

August 13-19, Tom & Shar Freeman

 

Register Today!

 

Please Note:
*There is a multiple week discount for Teen Camp, Boys Camp, Soccer Camp, and Girls Camp attendees. Children who attend multiple weeks of camp are required to pay the full camp fee for their first week. They are then eligible to receive a $65 discount for each week after the first week.

**A nonrefundable deposit of $50 is due with your registration. The deposit will be credited toward the camp fee owed. Family Camp is a $100 dollar deposit.

Group discounts are available. Contact the registrar for details. registrar@iroquoina.org

Scholarships are available for those in need of financial assistance. Please submit your request to the registrar before June 1. To request a copy of the form please contact the registrar at registrar@iroquoina.org

For more information, please email Camp at info@iroquoina.org

Things to Bring to Camp:

  • Sleeping bag or blanket and linens
  • Pillow and case
  • Towels
  • Sports/playclothes
  • 2 pairs of sneakers
  • Bathing suit
  • Jacket, sweater, or sweatshirt(s)
  • Rain gear
  • Bible
  • Notebook/Pen/Pencils
  • Spending money
  • Flashlight
  • Soap/toothbrush, etc.
  • Slippers/sandals
  • Backpack (required for CIT)
  • Hiking boots (required for CIT)

Things to Know:  
■ Camp Iroquoina’s insurance (co-insurance) is
a supplement to your personal insurance.

■ Check-in is Sunday from 2-4 p.m for most camps. *Check-in for the second week of Girls Camp is Saturday from 2-4 p.m.  Check-in for Family Camp is Sunday from 3-5 p.m.

■ Check out time for all camps is Saturday at 10 a.m.

■ All medications must be submitted to the nurse in their original containers at check-in.

■ Drugs or medicine not administered by the camp nurse, alcohol, immoral literature, illegal weapons, audio music players, radios, electronic games, cell phones, and fireworks are not permitted.

■ Camp Iroquoina is a smoke-free environment.
■ Campers are NOT permitted to bring pets.

■ IMPORTANT: To avoid disruption to the camp programs, we request that parents do not call their children and campers do not call home except in cases of emergency.

**Please be modest in apparel. No short shorts, two-piece bathing suits or “spaghetti straps.”