Summer Camp 2022
Earlybird Deadline ends April 22nd. Save up to $40 per camper on full weeks.
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NOTE: We are thankful that the Covid-19 pandemic is in a different place than it was in 2020 or 2021. The Covid-19 Arrival Policy has been rescinded as of April 12th, 2022. The HMCA Board of Directors will continue to follow CDC and Cabell Co. recommendations, and if things change reserve the right to reinstate this policy if the situation changes. For now, there is not any required testing or documents before campers arrive other than their registration and payment.
|| May 1
||HMCA Board & Staff Members
|Lifeguard / CPR Training
||@ Butler Springs CC
||2nd – 5th
|First Chance 1
||1st – 2nd
||Aubrey Morris & Piper Cohen
|Day Camp 1
|High School 1
|| 9th – 12th
||Tracy Tooley, Josh Tinkler
|Middle School 1
|| 6th – 8th
|| June 19-24
||Philip Mullins & Luke Martin
|Day Camp 2
|| June 25
|High School 2
||9th – 12th
||June 26-July 1
||Justin Butler & Jacob Shockey
|Middle School Week 2
||6th – 8th
||Lyle Parker & Kevin Neal
|A Special Day of Camp
|Camp Ignited (Acapella Week)
||2nd to 12th
||Jaime Riley & Shaun McCray
|| 2nd – 5th
||Brian Glasser & Brian Ladd
|First Chance 2
||1st – 2nd
|| 6th – 12th
||7th – 12th
|WV Missions Week 2022 Form
||66th and up
||July 31-Aug 5
*Early Bird Prices if registered by April 22nd
** Item #3 below shows how you can save up to $40 / camper off if you sign up early! Save $10-$40 a camper when you sign up by April 22nd
Top 10 Things you need to Know about Camp:
- Our board continues to review and update our Covid-19 pre-arrival policy over the past 2 years based on the current CDC and WV State camp guidelines. As of April 12, 2022, our board has rescinded the previous testing or covid-19 waiver policy that was instated in the past. No testing or health screening is required for this summer as of today. We pray cases continue to stay low and this will not be necessary for this summer or future years. The board will continue to monitor the situation and reserves the right to later reinstate policies to reduce risks and keep all guests safe.
- The Cost for your week of camp includes the camp program, 14 hot meals, lodging, 8×10 picture, & camp T-shirt. Extra money is needed to pay for canteen debit accounts (cash will not be accepted at canteen) during Sunday Registration and for daily missions offering or camp store purchases.
- **Early Bird Discounts: Pre-register between Feb. 1st – April 22nd, Pay $40 deposit, Save $40 off parent balance! Save $20 between April 23-May 31st. Full Rate starts June 1st.
- Pre-register/Early Bird Express Line: Campers who register by April 22nd, our early deadline, help us plan and we want to reward you for signing up early. Campers who register by April 22nd will be rewarded by saving the most money, being first in line on Sunday, receiving 1st choice of bunks, and be guaranteed the correct T-shirt size. Our max campers per week is 100, to allow beds for faculty, so register early!
- Sunday Registration runs from 4:00 – 5:00 p.m for overnight camps (Day Camps on Saturdays 9:30 – 10:00 am check in and camp runs from 10:00 am to 4:00 p.m.). Sunday Pre-registered campers will be registered first starting with our Early Birds, then April 23-May 31st campers, and then late registrations June 1st and after. Dorms will not open before 4:00 and you must register before our staff can allow you into the dorms.
- Walk-On’s: Starting at 4:30 p.m. we will accept walk-on’s as there is space available. We cannot guarantee or save bunks until our pre-registered campers are registered. If camp is sold out, spaces will only be available is pre-registered campers don’t show by 5:00 p.m.
- Pickup times: for 5 night camps will be Friday at 12:00 noon. First Chance Camp Tuesday 6:45-7:00 p.m., and for Day Camps 4:00 p.m. Speciality camps check your email or ask the office.
- Mail: You may send mail to your camper, but please no phone calls or emails. Please send mail early in your child’s week to guarantee delivery before they leave.
- Visitor Policy: HMCA encourages visitors to be the exception rather than the rule during camp. They cause major distractions to campers and most times cause more harm than good. If you must visit, for the safety of all our campers, please follow the camp visitor policy and sign in at the office. Our gate locks at 11:00 pm at night for the safety of our guests and facilities.
- Volunteers: If you would like to help during summer camp as a counselor, teacher, or kitchen volunteer, you MUST contact the camp before your week of camp to check on availability and need at least 4 weeks before their week of camp. All volunteers working with children will be required to allow a background check and fill out an online faculty volunteer application @ least 4 weeks before camp begins. Click here to go to the application.
Camper Packing List
- Twin Size Bedding: Fitted Sheet to cover the mattress
- Blankets or Sleeping Bag
- Shower Articles
- Towels & Washrags (Towel for shower and Towel for Pool)
- Toiletries (shampoo, soap, deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste, etc.)
- Casual clothes for 5 days (shorts, underwear, t-shirts (no tank tops or spaghetti strap shirts, socks)
- Warm jacket or hoody for chilly nights
- Athletic shoes & sandals for pool
- 1 piece modest swimsuit or (ladies modest two piece tankini that covers your stomach)
- Class Material
- NIV Bible (OT & NT)
- Notebook & pen
- Miscellaneous (put name on all items with black sharpie)
- Dirty Clothes Bag
- Water Bottle with your name on it
- Camera (No pictures or videos in the dorms or bathrooms!)
- Insect Repellent, Sunscreen, Sunglasses
- Money for Canteen & Missions
- Mask (or several mask)
- Hand sanitizer
Do Not Bring the Following Items!
*These items can cause distractions to our programs and are not permitted on the grounds. If any of the listed items are brought to camp, we will not be responsible if they are lost, stolen, or misplaced. These items will be confiscated by HMCA Staff if found and may not be returned.
- Cell Phones: we discourage phones from being brought by kids younger than 6th grade, and wish they could not be a part of camp. If they are brought, campers agree to follow guidelines and not allow them to be a distraction to camp.
- Electronic music players: Ipods, CDs, MP3, etc.
- Video Cameras
- Video Games
- Weapons (knives, guns, toys, etc.)
- Battery Operated Video Games
- Tobacco or Alcoholic Products, vaping products
- Roller Blades or Healy’s
- Scooters, Hoverboards,
- Squirt Guns, Airsoft guns,
- 2 piece swimsuits (midriff must be covered)
- Lightweight Sleeping Bag
- Flashlight & batteries
- Bible & pen
- Spiral Notebook
- Insect Repellent
- 3 changes of clothes
- Athletic shorts
- Synthetic Socks
- Light Jacket
- 2 pair of shoes
- Hat or visor
- Water Bottle
*Camp will provide tents, backpacks, cooking utensils, one water bottle, and food.