Registration Information
& Important Guidelines

Registration Dates and Cost

Kamp dates: July 23-29, 2023

King's Kamp is for students who have just completed 3rd through 7th grades
in the previous school year (upcoming 4th through 8th graders).

 

Kamper Expectations & Guidelines

Parents and Kamper must read and agree to these expectations and guidelines before registering.

  1. Kampers are expected to follow all kamp rules, regulations, and verbal instructions from King's Kamp staff & Camp Maranatha staff.
    In the event of persistent misbehavior, parents will be contacted to come pick up their child from Kamp as soon as possible. If a child has to be sent home for behavior, no refund will be given.
  2. Kampers should not bring any of the following items to Kamp:
    cell phones, smart watches, tablets, ebook readers, digital music players, portable video games, glass containers, toys, any food or beverages, slingshots, knives, matches/lighters, and squirt guns.
  3. All medications (both prescription & over the counter) should be turned in to the Kamp medical staff at check-in.
    The King's Kamp medical staff will be responsible for dispensing all medications at the appropriate times.
  4. Kampers are expected to be respectful towards other Kampers and staff.
    Our goal is to foster an environment that helps kampers and staff draw closer to God and form healthy bonds with each other. Kampers should refrain from any form of fighting, foul language, lying, stealing, gossip, and disrespectful speech toward one another.
  5. Kampers are expected to participate in all scheduled activities unless parents provide in writing a description of specific health problems/physical limitations that prohibit them from certain activities.
    Kampers are expected to stay with their assigned cabins/counselors during scheduled activities.
  6. Boys are not allowed in the girls cabin area and girls are not allowed in the boys cabin area.
    There are large and small gathering areas where both are allowed to be. Kampers will be told where these common areas are at the beginning of Kamp.
  7. Kampers are expected to respect the property of Camp Maranatha.
    Safety and fun go hand in hand at King's Kamp. Kampers should respect the buildings and property of Camp Maranatha. To protect themselves and others, they should refrain from throwing rocks, climbing trees, and jumping in and out of cabin windows.
  8. For the general safety of all kampers and staff, closed toed shoes should be worn at all times during Kamp.
    The only exception is that sandals can be worn to/from the shower and during swim times.
  9. Kampers cannot use the telephone unless allowed by a Head Counselor or a Kamp Director.
    If there is an emergency, contact the Kamp Directors at (951) 659-2739. This is the Camp Maranatha main line. They will get a message to the Directors.
  10. Register for Kamp

    To begin registration you must agree to the expectations and guidelines above.




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Do you want to be a Counselor?

Cabin Counselors are at least 16 years of age and must apply and go through an interview process, complete with references. Counselors must attend an all-day training event about a month prior to Kamp (Date and location TBD).

Gofers must have completed 8th grade. The Gofer position is only open by invitation, usually to those who have parents who are coming to Kamp as staff.