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Event Details

  • June 24-26, 2019
  • Who: Rising Second to Fifth Graders
  • Where: Fort Bluff Camp in Dayton, Tennessee
  • Campus: All Campuses
  • Cost: Early-bird Rate: $260 from March 1-April 7 only. (A $25 deposit secures the spot and locks in that rate.)
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LH Kids Camp is June 24-26 at Fort Bluff Camp in Dayton, Tennessee. LH Kids Camp is designed to disciple kids in a safe, fun, and distraction-free zone. At camp, kids will build friendships with their peers and leaders, enjoy camp and recreational activities, and grow closer to the Lord through daily Bible teaching and small group activities.

While at camp, children will be grouped together by grade and gender. There are approximately 8-12 children with two adult leaders in each cabin group. Second and third grade children are grouped together and fourth and fifth grade children are grouped together.

Children can enjoy the following activities at camp:
  • Pool
  • Water Slide
  • Lake and Blob
  • Mini Golf
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Sand Volleyball
  • Tennis Courts
  • Team Building and Rec Games

Registration

Registration is required and opens March 1 and ends June 1. A $25 non-refundable deposit is due at registration to secure your spot and lock in your price.

  • Early-Bird Rate: March 1 – April 7 is $260
  • Regular Price: April 8 – June 1 is $300

Multi-child Discount
If you register two kids for KIDS CAMP ONLY you can get $25 off.
If you register three or more kids for KIDS CAMP ONLY you get $50 off.
Multi-child discounts do not apply to Middle School or High School Camp.

Scholarships are available upon request.
In order to apply for a scholarship, you must first register your child for camp. Your confirmation email will include a link to the scholarship form.

Medical Forms are required.
All campers must complete a medical release waiver and submit to Chelsea.Cox@longhollow.com.
If you plan on sending medication to camp with your child, a medication form must be submitted to camp nurses.

Camp Parent’s Meeting

LH Kids will host a camp parent’s meeting on Sunday, June 9 during the 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. services in the Chapel at the Hendersonville campus and at 8:30 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. in the Annex at the Gallatin campus. At the meeting, parents can find out their child’s camp group, bus #, make final camp payments, turn in medical forms, pick up a packing list, and meet with the LH Kids team to answer any questions. Parents are highly encouraged to attend this meeting.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Are scholarships available?
A: Yes, scholarships are available. To apply for a scholarship, you must first register your child for camp. Your confirmation email will include a link to the scholarship form.

Q: Can my child be in the same cabin as his/her friend?
A: When you register your child, you may request ONE friend. While we do our best to honor all cabin requests, we cannot make any guarantees. If you have specific questions or concerns about your child’s cabin assignment, please contact Chelsea.Cox@longhollow.com.

Q: How are children grouped together at camp?
A: All 2nd-3rd grade girls will be grouped together. All 4th-5th grade girls will be together. All 2nd-3rd grade boys will be together. All 4th-5th grade boys will be together. Each cabin group has approximately 8-12 campers and two adult leaders.

Q: Can my child invite friends to camp even if they do not attend Long Hollow?
A: Yes! All children entering grades 2-5 are welcome to attend LH Kids Camp.

Q: My child has special needs. Can you make accommodate them at camp?
A: Yes! If your child has special needs or any medical conditions, please contact our special needs coordinator Jennifer.White@longhollow.com. She will be happy to answer your questions and address any concerns you have.

Q: How can I volunteer at camp?
A: Kids Camp volunteers are hand-selected. All camp volunteers must be members of Long Hollow for at least three months, complete a background check, volunteer application, and participate in specific camp training. If you’re interested in volunteering, please contact Kelly.Ablaza@longhollow.com for more info.

Q: What safety precautions do you have at camp?
A: Safety is of utmost importance to us. We bring a team of nurses to camp to provide immediate first aid and medical support. We also have a trained mental health professional at camp at all times. Lifeguards supervise all lake, pool, and waterslide activities. Life jackets are required for lake front activities. Children are never alone or unsupervised. We have a two-adult rule at camp which means that two adults are always present with children.

Q: Can my child bring food to camp?
A: Yes, your child may bring snacks. Please do not pack any nut products. All snacks should be clearly labeled and packed in a sealed bag or container to prevent spills.

Q: What if my child has allergies?
A: We can provide alternate snacks and meals for children with allergies. All children with allergies will wear an allergy wrist-band to alert camp staff of the child’s allergies. If the child has an epi-pen, the child’s counselor will carry the epi-pen at all times and our team of camp nurses are trained and prepared to address any issues.

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