You can download Registration Confirmation Information by clicking here. This information includes a What to Bring List, Check-in Info., Health Form, and other information about the camp you are signing up for. A Health Form signed by a parent /guardian must be mailed to LPBC two weeks prior to the start of camp or be brought with the camper at registration to go through the Express Registration Line. Physical exam reports by a physician are recommended.
Are there any preventative measures for homesickness? Yes, click here for homesick policy and ideas to prevent homesickness.
Can I communicate with my child while he/she is at camp? Click here for communication policies.
Will my child be safe while she is at camp? What kind of health care is available? Click here for Health Care policy.
What should my child bring to camp? This varies with each camp please click here to get a list of camps and which ‘What to Bring’ list is right for you.
Is there anything my child should NOT bring to camp? Click here for policy
How much Canteen Money should I bring? and answers to other Money Questions Click Here.
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE is available. We ask that you contact your church first as many churches do have assistance for people. Due to some generous donors, we also have Camperships available. No one will be turned away regardless of their ability to pay. If you need a Campership, please download a form and mail it to us.
Don’t forget the Express Registration Line! If the entire registration fee, Canteen (camp store) money, and your signed Health form is mailed in at least two weeks prior to start of camp you can go through the Express Registration Line!In the operation of the summer camp program, no child, as defined by program regulations, will be discriminated against because of race, sex, color, age, national origin, or handicap. Any person who believes that a child has been discriminated against in any USDA related activity should write immediately to the Secretary of Agriculture, Washington, DC 20250.