When registering online you will need to be aware of the following discount codes. Only one discount code will be accepted when registering online. If you are eligible for multiple discounts, please contact the Camp Wyoming office for assistance.
Bring 3 New Friends = FRIENDHALF
Summer Volunteer Parent = PARENT25
Short Week Discounts:
2nd Child Attending = 2CHILDSHORT
3rd Child Attending = 3CHILDSHORT
4th Child Attending = 4CHILD SHORT
Same Child Attends Twice = 2WEEKSHORT25
Campership = CAMPERSHIP50
Full Week Discounts:
2nd Child Attending = 2CHILDFULL
3rd Child Attending = 3CHILDFULL
4th Child Attending = 4CHILDFULL
Same Child Attends Twice = 2WEEKFULL50
Campership = CAMPERSHIP100
Church Payments to Camp Wyoming:
Church Pays 100% = CHURCHFULL
Church Pays 80% = CHURCH80
Church Pays 75% = CHURCH75
Church Pays 66% = CHURCH66
Church Pays 50% = CHURCH50
Church Pays 33% = CHURCH33
Church Pays 25% = CHURCH25
Church Pays 20% = CHURCH20
Church Pays $100 = CHURCH100
1. How do I register and pay for Camp? Register online at www.campwyoming.netand pay the camp fee by Paypal or Credit Card. OR - Register by completing the paper registration form and mail it to Camp with the $100 deposit. Registrations are processed on a first-come first-serve basis.
3. Does my child need a physical health exam prior to attending camp? Yes. We require that your child has received a physical examination from a doctor within 24 months of the start of their specific camp. Your child's school physical examination will be sufficient. Please ensure that your child's doctor completes the Camp Wyoming health form with the appropriate information.
4. Can I bring a friend? Yes. Campers are encouraged to bring friends. Please indicate on the registration form if the friends would like to be roommates.
5. Regarding the age range, is it the Grade you are going into OR the Grade you just completed? It is the grade your child will complete at the end of this school year.
6. Can you accommodate special dietary needs? Yes. We provide healthy and appropriate alternatives to campers who are vegetarian, lactose intolerant, or gluten intolerant.
7. Does the Camp have storm shelters? Yes. The Camp has four large facilities that serve as shelters during inclement weather. The Camp office is equipped with a weather radio as wll as an indoor weather system scanner to be aware of any weather alerts in the state.
8. What is the refund policy? Refunds, minus $25 for administrative costs, will be made if the cancellation is received four (4) weeks prior to the start of the camp/activity. Requests for refunds due to illness or accident must be accompanied by a doctor's note. No refund will be issued for early departure due to camper violation of policy (i.e. tobacco use, inappropriate behavior, etc.) or for reasons of personal choice (i.e. homesickness).
9. Camp Policies: Camp Wyoming prohibits the use of drugs, alcohol, or tobacco in camp or during off camp trips. Anyone possessing these substances will be in violation of this policy and will be asked to leave Camp without refund. Camp Wyoming is open to all people without discrimination because of race, color, sex, age, handicap, national origin, or religion.
10. Is there financial assistance available? Yes. Camperships are available through most churches. However, if your church does not offer summer camperships, Camp Wyoming has limited funds which are available for those in need. ($100 Campership towards a full week of camp or $50 Campership towards a shortened week of camp.) We can help you find a way to make camp financially possible for every child who wishes to part of Christ's family at camp. Campership applications can be printed HERE and sent in with your paper registration form.
11. Do you offer any discounts? Yes. Camp Wyoming offers several discounts.
A. Early Bird Rate: The Early Bird Rate applies to the camp fee if registrations are postmarked by April 30, 2013.
B. Bring a Friend Discount: Receive 50% off your camp fee if you recruit three summer campers who have never attended Camp Wyoming.
C. Family Discount Full Week: 1st child pays full price, 2nd child receives $10 off, 3rd child receives $20 off, and 4th child receives $30 off.
D. Family Discounts Shortened Week: 1st child pays full price, 2nd child received $5 off, 3rd child receives $10 off, and 4th child received $15 off.
E. Second Week Discount: Receive a $50 discount if you participate in a second full week of camp; $25 if you participate in a second parital week.
F. Volunteer Counselor Discount: Receive a $25 discount towards one of your children's camp fee.
Young children and a special adult share quality time together as they participate in camp activities and enjoy the Camp Wyoming lifestyle. This is a great opportunity to introduce young children to the summer camp experience. Campers live in Cabins
Experience the joy, fun, and challenge of residential camping. Campers live in CABINS and eat their meals at the Dining Hall. Campers will participate in traditional summer camp activities and engage in Bible studies geared for the younger elementary-aged child.
Experience the joy, fun, and challenge of residential camping. Campers live in CABINS and eat their meals at the Dining Hall. Campers will also participate in traditional summer camp activities and engage in Bible studies geared for the younger elementary-aged child. the program for Explorer Swim I campers focuses on sharpening their swimming skills and provides an opportunity for them to cook a meal over a campfire.
Experience the joy, fun, and challenge of residential camping. Campers live in CABINS and eat their meals at the Dining Hall. During their 48 hour stay, campers will participate in traditional summer camp activities and engage in Bible studies geared for the younger elementary-aged child.
Experience the joy, fun, and challenge of residential camping. Campers live in CABINS and eat their meals at the Dining Hall. Campers will participate in traditional summer camp activities, expand their swimming abilities, and engage in Bible studies geared for the younger elementary-aged child.
Campers will discover the beauty of God's creation as they experience a full week at Camp Wyoming. Campers will live in CABINS, eat their meals at the Dining Hall, and cook a meal or two over a campfire.
Ahoy, matey! Join us for Pirate camp where campers will get to dress, talk, and role play like pirates. Campers will also engage in treasure hunts, play fencing, juggling, eat interesting piratey foods, and sing sea-shanties (pirate songs). Pirate campers will stay in CABINS and participate in traditional Camp Wyoming programs as well. Come be a pirate for a week and join the fun!!
June 23-29, July 7-13, July 14-20, July 21-27, July 28-Aug 3
Build friendships within your group as you participate in introductory lessons in team-building exercises, canoeing, kayaking, and caving. Live in CABINS and develop your outdoor living skills while cooking some meals over a campfire.
Participate in an exciting week to EXPLORE your musical, artistic, and dramatic talents while living in CABINS. Campers will also participate in other traditional Camp Wyoming activities. Campers will learn and practice a musical throughout the week and perform it during the end-of-the-week closing program.
This program is designed for campers who love soccer, kickball, flag football, and basketball. We will focus on skill development and have fun learning how to play these sports. Campers will also get the chance to participate in other Camp Wyoming activities so they can enjoy the full residential camping experience.
Participate in an exciting week to develop your musical, artistic, and dramatic talents while living in CABINS. Campers will also participate in other traditional Camp Wyoming activities. Campers will create and develop their own performance using a variety of technology. They will have the opportunity to share their skills in a worship service during the week as well as a part in the end-of-the-week closing program.
Experience the rustic lifestyle of the early settlers. Campers will live in COVERED WAGONS, cook numerous meals over a campfire, and enjoy the Camp Wyoming experience. Settlers will also participate in caving, canoeing, and other adventurous activities.
Gradual shifts in the program schedule will allow campers to stay up later each night of the week. By the end of the week, campers will be awake all night! The program focuses on nocturnal animals, night activities, and way to live in the dark.
Junior High campers will live in CABINS and experience fun activities like canoeing, caving, and archery. They will also develop their outdoor living skills while cooking some meals over a campfire. Campers will participate in Bible studies geared toward older campers.
This camp is designed for the camper who likes to get wet! Creek stomping, swimming, canoeing, and water games are just part of the fun! Stay in the CABINS and cook out some meals over a camp fire, along with lots of traditional camp activities
Thrill Seekers One is the ultimate summer camp program. In this introductory level of the Thrill Seekers program, campers will participate in the traditional camp programs as well as enjoy adventurous activities like canoeing, climbing, outdoor living skills (OLS), and tubing. Campers will also take an exciting overnight canoe trip off camp property where their group will enjoy the opportunity to work together during their voyage.
Come to Camp Wyoming for a week of fun and excitement! Campers will venture off site each day to participate in thrilling events like a water park, mini-golf, laser tag, high ropes course, and go-karting. They will also have the opportunity to enjoy the traditional camp activities for High School kids while they stay in the Treehouses.
Gradual shifts in the program schedule will allow campers to stay up later each night of the week. By the end of the week, campers will be awake all night! Campers will live in PLATFORM TENTS and develop their outdoor living skills during this late night experience.
Thrill Seekers II is the ultimate summer camp program. In this advanced level of the Thrill Seekers program, campers will participate in the traditional camp programs as well as enjoy adventurous activities like canoeing, climbing, high ropes, outdoor living skills (OLS), and go-karts. Campers will also take an exciting overnight canoe or backpacking trip off camp property where their group will enjoy the opportunity to work together during their voyage.
This two week leadership training course covers the main aspects of effective camp counseling in a Christ-centered community. The first week focuses on theory, skill development, curriculum interpretation and teaching, and group activity planning. The second week, LIT's will practice their counseling skills with elementary-aged children. If you are interested in applying for this program, please download the special LIT application located HERE.