Camper FAQ

Camper FAQ

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Frequently Asked Questions

What should I bring to summer camp?
  • Bible and pen
  • Weather appropriate clothing, sports clothing
  • Bug repellant & sunscreen
  • Jacket or sweatshirt (it can get cool at night and near the lake)
  • Rain gear – we will be outside a lot
  • 2 pair of shoes
  • Swimsuit, towel (bath and beach)
  • Washcloth, soap, shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrush, hairbrush
  • Pillow, sleeping bag, bed roll or sheets and blanket
  • Beach or shower shoes
  • At least one set of clothes that can get messy/muddy
  • Spending money for the camp store for soda, snacks, sunglasses etc. ($20 is a good amount for snacks)
What should I NOT bring to camp?
  • Electronics such as radios, TVs & MP3 players
  • Candy and gum
  • Curling irons and hair dryers
  • Expensive jewelry and things that you would not want lost or damaged
What about cell phones?

If a cell phone is brought to camp, we ask that is be kept in the cabin. We understand that campers use cell phones for purposes other than just talking on the phone, and they can become very disruptive to camp programs. One of the goals of camp is to unplug from screens and give people a break from their usual element in order for them to hear from the Holy Spirit.

LOMIK Camps are not responsible for any lost, stolen or broken items.

Is there a camp store?

Yes, the camp store is open during check-in and after the closing parent program as well as several times during the week. Items in the camp store range from t-shirts and sweatshirts to stuffed animals and snacks. Credit cards may be used during check-in and after the closing program. Cash only will be used during the week.

Each camper is to keep track of their own money at camp.

What kinds of activities do we do at camp?

Beach and swimming, canoes and kayaks, trails, team building, arts and crafts, campfires, gaga ball, volleyball, basketball, camp store, chapel, Bible Study, time in nature, songs, skits and a whole lot more!