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Directions to Camp Joshua
Take HWY 412 toward Siloam Springs
• Turn north on Arkansas HWY 50 at the stoplight.
• Travel 6 miles on Hwy 50 until you reach the stoplight in Gentry
. • Turn left (west) at the stoplight
• Travel 1.5 miles
• Turn right on WPA 23 road
• Travel 3 miles - Camp Joshua will be on your left.


Please turn in Registration Medical Release Form with payment to yur church contact person by deadline indicated. Make checks payable to your local church, DO NOT mail to Camp Joshua. After the deadline a $10 late fee will be added to your registration.

Schedule
6/11-12
First Chance
$30 due by June 1st
(Entering Grades 3rd - 4th)
6/13-18
Senior High Week
$110 - deadline June 1st
(Entering 9th-12th Grades)
6/19th
Day Camp
$10 - due at check-in time (10 am)
(Entering Grades 1 -2)
6/20-25th
Junior High Camp
$110 due by June 7th -
(Entering Grades 5-6th)
6/27-30
Junior Camp
$60 due by June 7th.
(Entering Grades 5-6)

What to Bring

Bible, pen, toiletries, towels, bedding, one piece swimsit, play clothes, tennis shoes, light jacket, flashlight, sunscreen and insect repellant. Please do not bring snacks

Optional Fees
Missions - Donations to support our missionary - given during daily offering time or registration

Snacks - Camp Joshua provides 2 sodas and 1 candy bar daily, and a healthy night snack. Additional sodas are 25 cents, bottle water and candy is 50 cents each.

T-Shirts - a free camp t-shirt is included in registration fee. Shirts will be available to purchase for Day Camp participants - $10. each.

Camp Rules and Guidelines

1. All campers and visitors must check in immediately upon arrival.
2. Campers and counselors cannot leave camp without special arrangements with the Camp Dean
3. Possession or use of drugs, tobacco, or alcohol is not allowed. Violators will be sent home.
4. All medicine must be given to the Camp Nurse. Electronic devices are not allowed. If you must bring a cell phone to camp, then you must turn it in to the Camp Dean
6. The camp telephone is for emergency use only.
7. Food and drinks are not allowed in sleeping areas.
8. Cabins are off limits to members of the opposite sex.
9. All campers help with cleaning duties daily and on closing day of camp before dismissal.
Writing on camp surfaces (bunks, benches, i.e.) is not allowed.
11. Modest dress is expected at all times. (No short shorts, halter tops, or b are midriffs (front or back).
12. Be respect of others -- dean, faculty, campers and yourself.
13. All camp volunteers must have a completed volunteer/screening form on file 2 weeks prior to camp date.
Camp Deans have the right to call parent(s) in case of inappropriate dress or behavior.