When: June 13-17, 2019
Check-in and departure from EastLake Church will start at 10:30am on June 13th. We will leave the camp location on the morning of June 17th expecting to arrive back at EastLake Church around 1pm depending on traffic, etc.
Cost: $100 Deposit + $249
The $349 cost covers all the essentials – lodging, food and transportation. There is a $100 deposit due at the time of registration. Final payments are due by May 11th to secure your child’s spot. Payments will be refundable due to extenuating circumstances until May 24th. After which, all payments are non-refundable.
Camp United will take place a Pinecrest Christian Conference Center in Twin Peaks, CA. You can find out more about the actual camp at pinecrest-ccc.com
Arrive at 10:30am on June 13th. We start loading buses at 11:30am and we leave at 12pm. Please bring a packed lunch to eat on the bus.
We come back June 17th around 1pm (depending on traffic, etc).
Each day is designed with three things in mind: building relationships with peers and adult mentors, discovering life applicable truths from scripture and having fun! These goals are accomplished through small group interaction, large group teaching and worship, recreational competition and free time.
It is definitely a large age span. Ideally the camp is designed for students who have spent at least a year in junior high (either in school or their church’s ministry programming).
All the staff and volunteers are from Eastlake Church and networking churches. Each has been out of high school for a minimum of one year and have gone through a background check. Additionally, they have been trained for the camp experience by Eastlake staff. The student:volunteer ratio while at camp will be approximately 6:1.
The camp cost of $349.00 covers all the essentials – lodging, food and transportation. Students may want to bring a little extra money for snacks during the day and camp memorabilia. Individual campuses request a small surcharge.
Not only can your child invite a friend, students are encouraged to bring them! If a friend accompanies you child, arrangements will be made to make sure they are in the same lodge.
Absolutely! Every year there are a number of kids who are “hesitant” to attend. From the time they set foot on the church campus to check0in, the entire experience is designed to connect them with new friends. More than anything else in Middle and High School, relationships are what draws students to want to attend church. Camp United will not only be a great week in your child’s life, it will be a catalyst for spiritual growth moving forward.
For other questions, feel free to talk to your campus pastor or email email@example.com
Due to Camp safety outside visitors are not allowed.
A list of what to bring and what not to bring can be accessed through this website. As camp dates near, students will be assigned a particular “color” group. They will want to include clothing and items for their assigned color.
Transportation will be arranged by each participating campus. The Chula Vista campus will be chartering busses. Other campuses my use passenger vans or similar vehicles.
You can request a modified menu at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All students are required to complete an emergency release form in case medical attention is needed while away at camp. in addition, medical personnel will be onsite. Of course, if there is any incident needing medical attention, parents will be notified. There is a hospital just down the mountain in case of any emergency.
State law requires all medicine – prescriptions or over-the-counter – to be kept in designated first aid area and administered by medical personnel. Upon departure for camp, the medial personnel will receive all medicine to distribute at camp.