Frequently Asked Questions
How do I register and pay for summer camp?
- To register, click on "Register and Volunteer" on our website. Here you can access our online registration or our printable registration form, which can be submitted via mail. If you are registering online, you will have the option to pay your full balance or a $30 deposit by credit/debit card at the of the registration form. If you are registering by mail, you can send a check with your form.
How do I pay my remaining balance?
If you registered online, you can log-in to your account at https://northgeorgiachristiancamp.campmanagement.com/campers and click and go to the "Financial" tab to make a payment or pay your remaining balance. You can also pay your balance at check-in on the first day of camp or by sending a check in the mail prior to the start of camp.
How do I apply a discount code to my registration?
- If you have been given a discount code, you can apply this when registering online by entering the code into the box labeled "Coupon Code" on the Checkout page of the online registration form, and click "Apply." To apply a discount code when registering by mail, just write the discount code on your registration form at the top of the page!
I registered my child for camp, but they can no longer attend. Can I cancel my registration and get a refund?
- You can cancel your camper's registration, and we will refund all but the $30 deposit. To cancel your registration, send us an e-mail at email@example.com or call us at 706-754-4513.
Is there still space available for summer camp?
Yes! We still have space available for all weeks of camp.
Are your camps overnight camps or day camps?
All of our camps are overnight!
What should my camper bring to camp, what time is check-in/check-out, etc.?
- You can find all this information and more by visiting our Summer Camp Info & Policies page!
Do campers stay in cabins at camp?
- Campers do stay in cabins during camp! Our girls' cabin area has 5 air-conditioned cabins that sleep 14 each, and each cabin has its own bathroom area. Our boy's cabin area has 5 air-conditioned cabins that are connected and sleep 12 each, and there are two large bathroom areas shared amongst the boys' cabins. There are always at least 2 counselors staying in each cabin with the campers!
Can my child attend a week of camp that they are too young/old for?
- If your child is either going into the grade above or the grade below the listed grades for a week of camp, they can attend that week of camp! For example, if your child is going into 1st grade, they can attend Beginner Camp, which is normally for those going into 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grades. Our online registration is configured to allow this, so you should be able to register without any problems.
Do you provide Gluten-free/Vegetarian/Dairy-Free/Nut-Free/etc. meals?
- We currently do not provide separate meals for those with specific dietary needs. You can send meals or food to supplement what your camper is able to eat from our menu. Please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy of our menu and for more information.
I am a mother. Can I bring my son to Buddy Camp?
- Yes! We have separate cabins for mothers with sons, mothers with daughters, fathers with sons, and fathers with daughters.
What is the difference between regular camp and Adventure Camp?
- A typical day at a regular camp usually looks something like this: Eat breakfast, have a morning activity, have a devotional time, do group rotations around camp (rock wall, archery, ropes course, lake activities, etc.), eat lunch, have a little free time, camp-wide recreation (something like messy kickball, slip-n-slide, dodge ball, or going tubing in Helen), next is swim time and snack time, then dinner, evening activity (rap battles, skits, talent shows, etc.), evening session (a fun worship service), snack time again, and then the night ends with an awesome campfire.
- A typical day at Adventure Camp usually looks something like this: Arrive Monday evening and set up platform tent or Eno, go hiking, eat dinner, swim, have a campfire to end the first night. The following days are full of adventures like kayaking, horseback riding, hiking trails and mountains, fishing, whitewater rafting, going to "sliding rock," grilling out, swimming, late night movies in the woods, and of course, campfires and smores.