All campers must attend their age / correct week of camp. The age of the camper at the beginning of the coming school year is the guideline used for registration purposes. First Chance Campers should be accompanied (for free) by an adult or older sibling (at least 12 yrs. of age or older)
There is a limit of campers per week. Registration is first-come, first served
Deadlines for registration:
May 5th Early-Bird Sr. & Jr. Hi / Inter. $120 ($25 –1st Chance / $90 Junior)
o After May 5th – Sr. & Jr. Hi / Inter. $145 ($35 – 1st Chance / $110 Junior)
o All registrations must be received by Larry Bradberry at least one week before the start of specified camp. Walk-up registrations discouraged.
o If the week is full, you will be notified and registration fees returned.
o If you are unable to pay the full registration amount by the deadline, and/or need further financial assistance, please contact your home church or any of the camp directors listed at the end of this letter.
Check-In begins at 4 p.m. on Sunday, and will take place in the dining hall.
***Campers are not allowed on campus until 3:30 p.m.***
Sr. & Jr. hi & Intermediate Camps end on Friday at 10 a.m. (prompt pick-up) please
Jr. week ends & pick up is @ 2:00 p.m. Wed. (prompt pick-up) please
First Chancers arrive @ 4 p.m. Friday – depart Saturday after lunch @ 1 p.m.
Campers must be checked-out for any reason by the dean or appointed person
All medications will be left with the camp nurse or camp dean at Check-In. Campers will see camp nurse to receive daily meds.
General Policy Guidelines
• Campers are not permitted to use cell phones. These items of convenience can quickly become distractions at camp. There is a phone at the camp ***emergencies only please (803-274-8574)***
• Campers are not to bring their own food and drinks. Each week of camp offers ample opportunity for meals and snacks. Extra food and drinks in the cabins only invite unwanted visitors (ants, roaches, etc.) and opportunities to steal.
• Cars are only permitted in the designated areas for drop-off. Please do not drive past the Dining Hall and park among the trees. This creates a safety hazard for the campers. After drop-off on Sunday, cars must stay parked in the parking area in front of the Chapel.
• All visitors must first check-in with the camp dean. If they are staying for a meal there will be a charge of $5, if extra food is available. Visitors are generally discouraged because of the possible interruption of the camp program.
What you can do to prepare your camper:
•Review the registration sheet – It outlines the items your camper should and should not bring to camp. It also describes what items are needed, and the appropriate clothes to bring. •Sidestep the separation – Do not suggest to your child that he/she can call home if he/she gets homesick. That is a statement that a child doesn’t forget. It usually just sets the child up for those feelings. The deans are not going to take time trying to convince your child to stay, although they will do everything reasonable to keep them encouraged about being involved. If the camper is not engaging in the program, then the parents will be called. •Send some encouragement – Campers love to get letters from home. If you send letters, please address it to:
Camper’s name C/0 Camp Edisto –General Delivery ,
Branchville, SC, 29432.
What to Bring:
Pen, Bible, Toiletries, Bedding / Pillow for twin bed, Swimwear (no two-pieces), Money for offering, Canteen money, Fan, Bug spray, Ball glove.