What You Need to Know


The cost of a week of overnight camp is $270 and Explorer Camps are $170. You can register your child one of two ways; either online or download the registration form and fill it out and mail it in. Click register now to the right to get started.

Arrival and Departure

For Overnight Camps - Registration begins at 4:00 p.m. on Sunday. A health check will be conducted at this time as well. Your child must be picked up the following Friday by 7:00 p.m. A late fee of $10.00 will be charged after that time. Please join us for supper ($3 per person) and closing ceremonies beginning at 4:30 p.m. 

For Explorer Camps - Check-in begins at 8:30 a.m. Monday. A health check will be conducted at this time on Monday only. All other days you will drop your child off at the door. Your child must be picked up each day, M-F at 4 p.m.

What to Bring to Overnight Camp

  • Sleeping bag or sheets & blanket
  • pillow
  • comfortable clothes
  • 2 pair tennis shoes
  • flip flops
  • 2 to 3 towels
  • light jacket
  • flash light
  • insect repellant
  • sunscreen
  • water bottle
  • Bible
  • notebook
  • pencil
  • swimsuit (one piece only)
  • toiletries
  • old clothes for messy games

Snack Bar

Overnight Camps - All Junior campers must have snack bar money turned in 2 weeks prior to their arrival. Teens may keep their money with them. We suggest $3.00 to $4.00 a day for snacks and other items. We will also have available for purchase, t-shirts, caps, stuffed animals and other gift items.

Explorer Camps - Day Campers must have snack bar money turned in 2 weeks prior to their arrival. You may also send a snack for them each day if you prefer.

Accommodations for Overnight Campers

Your child will be staying in a cabin with children their own age. Each cabin houses 12 children. There will be two cabin leaders in each cabin. There is a central bathhouse in the center of the campgrounds. Cabins are not air-conditioned. You may wish to send a clip on fan with your child and an extension cord. However, cabins are usually quite comfortable at night due to an exhaust fan in the ceiling.


Well-balanced meals are served in our air-conditioned dining hall. Horton Haven has a reputation for its excellent food.

Rules of Conduct

General conduct should adhere to sound Christian moral principles. No profanity or vulgarity allowed. No cell phones, iPods, mp3 players, TV’s, hand held video games or skateboards. As a camper at Horton Haven Christian Camp you or your child will be assigned a place to sleep, shower, and use the restroom based on their physical gender at birth.  The use of tobacco, alcoholic beverages, intoxicants, or drugs of any kind is prohibited. No fireworks or firearms allowed. Directors may expel any camper for reasons of misconduct.


All dress should be casual but modest. No short shorts, spaghetti strap tops, or tight fitting tops. Girls are to wear a modest one-piece swimsuit. Boys are to wear a shirt at all times, except when at the pool. No cut off shirts, or shirts with inappropriate words or designs. Shoes must be worn at all times. Horton Haven staff reserves the right to ask any camper to change their clothing if it is deemed inappropriate.

Lost and Found

Please make sure all your child’s clothing and personal items are marked. Clothing and personal articles are the responsibility of the camper. No liability is assumed for items left on the premises. Items not claimed within two weeks of the end of your child’s camp session will be given to Goodwill. You must pick up any items that have been found for you. If you live more than one and half hours from camp, we will mail it to you. Thank you for your help in this matter.

Phone Use

Please do not call your child at camp or ask them to call home unless it is an emergency as this ties up the business line. We appreciate your cooperation in this matter.