Summer Camps

Register your camper!

We are excited to have your child here this summer! Register early and save! Please read the parent information and camp rules before camp.

2019 Summer Dates

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For campers who have finished Kindergarten through those who have finished 6th grade.

Check-in is Sunday at 3pm

Westside Church of Christ Russellville

MONDAY-FRIDAY 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
(Friday Assembly Starts at 3:00 pm)

4 nights 5 days designed for campers who have finished 2nd grade through those who have finished 6th grade.

 

Check-in is Sunday at 3pm

Pick-up is Thursday 2pm

Designed for campers who have finished 4th grade through those who just finished 12th grade.

 

Check-in is Sunday at 3pm

Pick-up is Saturday 10am

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Summer 2019 will be the beginning of our Leadership Development program. We will offer two - 2 Week sessions for equipping campers entering 10th, 11th, and 12th grade for Maturity in Christ. 

A 2 night 3 Day mini camp perfect for those who want to ease into an overnight camp. Moms and dads will get the win by letting their young camper stay the night.

For campers who have finished 2nd grade through those who have finished 6th grade.

Check-in: Friday at 10:00am

Pick-up: Sunday at 2:00pm

Deposit for all camps is $75

 Early Bird Fee - November 1st to January 31st - $25 OFF
Regular Fee - February 1st to May 31st
Late Fee begins June 1st - $75 EXTRA

Sibling Discount for 3 or more children.

If requesting a scholarship, e-mail info@campcaudle.org

Parent Information

  • Meals are provided every day (Lunch only for Day Camp)
  • Each camper has the personal attention of his/her cabin counselor at all times
  • Special accident insurance covers all camper and counselors
  • Life guards always on duty when campers are swimming
  • Complete medical facilities are available in Russellville, 20 minutes away. There is also a nurse provided on site at every session
  • A staff of devoted Christian counselors, Bible teachers, and recreational leaders will share in directing the program
  • Camp phone is for emergencies and camp business only. 479-331-4924
  • Visits and Camper Check-out
    • No camper is to leave the grounds at any time without the consent of the session director
    • The camp session is only 5-7 days long. Please refrain from taking campers away from
      camp during this short stay. If possible, please do not schedule appointments for the doctor or dentist or make other family plans during the week. We understand that many
      campers play softball and baseball during the summer and may have practice or games during this week. We ask that you try and make arrangements for them to stay at camp

    Parents, please try to avoid picking up campers before pick up times. Campers hate to leave while their friends stay and have fun! If a camper must leave before scheduled time, advance notice must be given to the session director. Please call office at 479-331-4924 if need arrises during the week.

    We understand that you may wish to visit or call your camper during the week. Please keep in mind that visiting can often cause younger campers, who are having a great time, to
    become homesick. Since there is not a really convenient time, and it can take away from the focus, we do not allow visits or calls during the week.

DAY CAMP PACKING LIST

•  Clothes that can get dirty & follow dress code
•  Water shoes or strapping sandals for swimming

•  Swimsuit (see rules for clothing regulations)
•  Bible
•  Notebook/pencil (optional)
•  Towels
•  Insect repellent (optional)
•  Sunscreen (optional)
•  A water bottle
•  Shaving Cream (7-15oz) Boys
•  Baby Shampoo (7-15oz) Girls
6-7th Graders Overnight on Thursday
•  Toiletries
•  Pillow
•  Twin sheets and blanket or sleeping bag

OVERNIGHT PACKING LIST

•  Clothes that can get dirty & follow dress code
•  Water shoes or strapping sandals for swimming

•  Swimsuit (see rules for clothing regulations)
•  Bible
•  Notebook/pencil (optional)
•  Toiletries
•  Towels (shower and swimming)
•  Twin sheets and blanket or Sleeping bag
•  Pillow
•  Insect repellent (optional)
•  Sunscreen (optional)
•  Flashlight (optional)

Dress Code

•  Clothes must be modest.
•  Tank tops must have a wide strap (no spaghetti straps), must cover the back/shoulder blades (no racerback), and shouldn't have oversized arm holes.
    Undergarments should not be seen.
•  No low cut dresses or see through tops.

•  All shorts must be at least mid-thigh length.•  Bring shorts and a dark colored shirt for swimming, canoeing and other activities such as the mud pit.

•  If possible, avoid sending flip-flops for daily wear and water games. strapping sandals, water shoes, or old tennis shoes please.

RULES AND BOUNDRIES

Please review our CODE OF CONDUCT.

The Board of Directors of Camp Caudle have passed the following rules and believe they are necessary to the running of an effective camp that will contribute to the spiritual welfare of the campers:

•  No tobacco on the campgrounds.
•  No pets allowed.
•  Snacks are included in the fee. We discourage campers from bringing extra snacks. If
snacks are brought campers should expect them to be shared with cabin-mates.
•   No fireworks or weapons.
•   Do not bring video game players, music players, or other electronics. There will be no time for your camper to use them, and they will be a distraction.

•  Cell phones: Campers will not need them during the week and will not be permitted  to have them.

• Your purpose in sending your camper is so they can retreat from the world, and cell phones are a distraction.  They are expensive and can easily get lost or stolen.

•  Any cell phones brought to camp will be taken up by the camp staff at the beginning of the week and locked up for safe keeping.

•  The camp directors will keep a cell phone for emergency purposes. If you need to contact your camper, we will be able to get them for you quickly and allow them to call you. Emergency Number: 479-331-4924

•  If your camper has an emergency they will be able to call you.

•  Do not bring valuables. Every year campers lose items they wish they had just left at home.

•   Do not bring cash money. The camp fee covers everything your camper will need while here.  If they wish to buy a t-shirt or hat, the parent/guardian should purchase that at check-in and check-out or put money on the campers account.

RULES AND BOUNDARIES CONTINUED

Our organization takes the protection of our youth very seriously. You know your child better than anyone, we ask that you discuss our organization's Code of Conduct with them before they arrive. Help us educate your child on what is acceptable and unacceptable behavior for staff and/or youth. This effort will not only help protect them, but our staff and other youth as well. While we DO NOT discuss sexuality as part of our curriculum, it is important that they have an age appropriate discussion with you before they come. The video below is a way to help discuss our rules and boundaries.

DAY CAMP PARENT INFORMATION

TRANSPORTATION

  • Transportation is provided on first come first, first served basis.
  • Buses depart from Westside Church of Christ in Russellville, AR and from Dover Church of Christ in Dover, AR.
  • Bus leaves at 8:30 am and comes back at 4:30pm
  • Children will only be released to authorized parent or guardian. Need photo I.D.

ASSEMBLY

  • Friday assembly is at 3:00 pm
  • Parents are invited to come and see their child showcase what they have learned this week
  • Please do not come before 2:45pm
  • Assembly lets out at 4:00 pm and buses will arrive at the church at 4:30 pm

Register your camper!

We are excited to have your child here this summer! Register early and save! Please read the parent information and camp rules before camp.