Program Information, Forms, & Resources
Everything you need to make your camper's week at camp the best week ever is right here. Health forms, camp guides, packing lists, technology policies, directions to camp, and even instructions on how to follow your camper's program on facebook are found here on this page!
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!
Youth Camp/LIT Parent Guide - COMING SOON!
Confirmation Camp Parent Guide - COMING SOON!
Family/GrandparentKid Camp Guide - COMING SOON!
Piece Together Family Camp Guide - COMING SOON!
Follow your child's camp on social media while they're away!
Connecting With Your Camper
Campers are not able to call home during the week (see our Homesickness & Cell Phone Policy in our Parent Guide). Parents/guardians may contact the camp by calling the camp office listed below. Keep in mind that during the summer our on-site staff are busy caring for campers and aren’t always available to take your call. Please leave a message and they will return your call as soon as possible. You may also contact our Appleton Office at 920-882-0023 during office hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00am – 4:00pm. In the event of an emergency or problem at camp, a Crossways representative will contact you as soon as possible.
For severe weather or in the unlikely event of a camp-wide emergency, we will also utilize our Remind.com message service. All parents will receive a Remind.com access code via email for their child’s specific session. Sign up with your cell phone or email address for important updates and alerts. If you have an emergency that requires you to speak with camp staff or share information with your camper, please call the camp phone number. In the event no one answers, please leave a message and we’ll return your call as soon as we are able.
You can maintain non-emergency communication with your child by a letter or subscribing to the Bunk1 e-mail service. At camp, youth have time set aside each day where they have the opportunity to rest, read, or write letters home. You can encourage your child to write letters and share their daily experiences with you. Receiving snail mail at camp is always a treat! Find our mailing address for each site on our contact page.