Summer Camp on Clear Creek

Frequently Asked Questions

What times are pick-up and drop-off?

Drop off is between 3:00 and 5:00pm.

We end each session with a closing church service at 9:00am, and all family members are invited to join. Pick-up is immediately following at 10:00am.

What do we need to pack for camp?

Click here to view our general packing list!

What should we not pack for camp?

So glad you asked! You should not bring alcohol, drugs, tobacco products, vape devices, firearms or weapons of any kind.

All medications must be checked in at the health hut during registration.

Camp is a place where we are ‘unplugged’ in order to connect more intentionally with our community, so we ask that all cell phones and electronic devices be left at home. Any electronics still in camper’s possession will be collected and kept in the camp office for safekeeping until closing day.

What are the themed dress up days for this summer?

When is the last day I can register for a Camp Session?

Registration closes 5 days before the beginning of the Camp Session. This allows us to finalize numbers with our kitchen staff and properly assign cabins.

What is your cancellation policy?

You may receive a full refund if you cancel 3 weeks prior to the start date of the session. Cancellations within 3 weeks of the start of the session will forfeit the $50 deposit.

I want to attend camp, but I can’t afford it. What should I do?

Scholarships are available upon request! For sessions on Clear Creek email A.G. Passey at and for Bethany’s Kids or Special Session email Jeneva Salter at

We ask how much you are able to pay, if any, and then we apply scholarships as needed. Full scholarships are available.

We welcome ALL to camp and never want financial restrictions to stop someone from enjoying Camp.

How do I send my camper mail?

You can mail letters and packages addressing them as seen below:

Camper Name; Camp Session; Cabin

105 DeLong Road

Nauvoo, AL 35578

Mail is delivered to campers daily around 11am to be received after lunch.

Our camp store is also open on the opening day of each session if you would like to purchase care packages or drop off homemade care packages.

Mail delivery starts on the first full day of a session and ends on the last full day of a session. If you are sending mail through USPS, UPS, and Fedex you can send well in advance to ensure it arrives before or during your camper's session and we will store until then.

Click HERE to view all details and instructions for camper mail.

What is your policy regarding food allergies and dietary restrictions?

At this time, our kitchens can only accommodate the following food allergies and dietary restrictions: vegan, vegetarian, gluten free, nut allergy, and dairy free. Our kitchens cannot accommodate celiacs at this time due to the risk of cross contamination.

If you have a food allergy or dietary restriction that cannot be accommodated, you may bring your own food from home. There will be a small refrigerator and a microwave on the back porch of Eppes dining hall for any meals to be stored and heated by your camper's cabin counselor. Please send meals that can be easily prepared (nothing that requires an oven). To arrange to bring your own food for your camper, or ask any questions about this policy, please contact A.G. Passey at