parent information, forms, and resources
Are you a parent sending your child to camp this summer? Everything you need to make your child's week at camp the best week ever is right here. Health forms, camp guides, packing lists, directions to camp, and even instructions on how to email your child at camp!
CONFIRMATION CAMP & MISSION WEEK PARENTS: please note that health forms and departure forms are to be given to your congregation's group leader. Ask your congregation for their due date!
forms, camp guides, and directions
Health Forms for Youth and Adult Campers:
Health and Departure forms MUST be sent NO LATER than May 15th to the camp you will attend. Please make a copy of the health form for your records before sending to your camp. If you/your child will be attending more than one session (even at the same site) with Crossways this summer, one health form for each session attended is required. The health form contains information about dietary needs as well as health and social/emotional needs that help our staff adequately prepare to serve you/your child's needs to the best of our ability.
Camper Departure Forms:
Health and Departure forms MUST be sent NO LATER than May 15th to the camp you will attend. Every camper must have a departure form on file, signed by a parent/guardian, stating the names of adults authorized to pick the camper up from camp. We will not release any camper to any adult not listed on this form.
Summer Camp Parent Guide:
The parent guide includes our summer Bible study theme, packing lists, information on where to find directions to camp, as well as camp policies on technology, contacting your camper during the week, homesickness, and more. Be sure to read this document thoroughly at least two weeks before your child's week at camp!
Preparing your camper for camp, getting to camp, and emailing your camper while they're at camp:
We do not allow campers to have electronic devices with them while they are at camp. This includes, but is not limited to:
Why send your child to summer camp?
Here are some great resources that share all about why summer camp helps youth develop socially, mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually!
Good Book Alert:
Homesick and Happy: How Time Away from Parents Can Help a Child Grow
Click the title above to check out this fabulous book about the benefits of summer camp for kids.