Registration for Summer Camp
You can register through our database, Ultra Camp – Please create an account and register for the desired event at the links below!
Your Welcome email will be sent 1-2 weeks prior to your week at camp. The information includes a packing list, directions, confirmation of any remaining balance due, spending money, etc.
Deposits are refundable for cancellations three months out or more (less a $75 processing fee). Within three months, deposits are non-refundable unless spot is filled (less a $75 processing fee).
Camp Lebanon’s goal with its financial assistance program is to help as many people come to Camp as possible. We utilize 3 tools in trying to achieve that:
1. Payment Plans (allowing Camp’s costs to be spread out over a longer period of time)
2. Third Party Help (churches and counties have been very helpful and supportive allies in getting people to Camp)
3. Camp Lebanon’s Scholarship Fund (Camp’s money for scholarships is entirely funded by generous the donations of guests and supporters of Camp).
Scholarships and payment plans are available to make Camp affordable to those in need. To apply for financial assistance, go to our website and register your camper for the desired session. In the registration process, there is a financial assistance application for you to fill out. At the end of the application, it will give you a code to put in when you reach the payment page. When you get to your cart for payment, enter this code in the “promotional code field.” This will allow you to finish the registration without payment. We will then be able to review your application and will follow up with you.
Please do not allow finances to keep you from attending. If you have any questions about financial assistance, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
General FAMILY Camp Questions
A canteen card is how we keep track of your family’s spending money while they are at Camp Lebanon. The money that you designate as spending money is put into an individual account, called a Canteen Card. These cards are pieces of paper with dollar amounts in a grid, and they allow staff to keep track of what money your family has spent throughout the week. Here is an example of what a Canteen Card looks like:
Pontoons, kayaks, pedalboats, canoes, sailboats, corcls, dock storage, and lots of fun on-site recreation equipment. Fees include Kids Club, Teen Time activities, beverage station, and all meals. Extra fees apply for zipline, laser tag, some crafts.
Swimming Test Questions
We typically offer swim tests during check-in on the first day and again at a scheduled time the next day. Campers can take the swim test once per day that it is offered. Any changes in the swim test schedule will be communicated to campers and staff to ensure everyone has an opportunity.
Super Kids (grades 3-6), Junior High campers (7-9), and Senior High campers (10-graduates) can swim as far as the swimming buoys, which includes the raft and deep water mat. These campers can also take boats out with others who have passed the swim test. Adventurers (grades 1-3) who have passed the swim test can swim to the second rope, but will still need a staff member with them to go boating.
For safety, Camp requires each camper to pass a swim test before allowing access to deep water swim areas (e.g. diving raft, swim mat) and unescorted watercraft (e.g. pedalboats, canoes, kayaks). Campers who do not pass the test have ample opportunities to enjoy activities in shallow water swim zones, on watercraft with Camp staff (e.g. counselor), and on the fishing docks.
No, campers do not need to take the swim test. If they are not interested in swimming in the deep end or are not confident swimmers, they can choose to skip the test. If a family camper does not take the swim test they can still swim to the first rope and go boating with an adult who has passed the swim test.
We are blessed with a clean and beautiful lake that is great for swimming! But it can also get very deep, with an average depth of 39 feet. Our swimming area also gets deep very quickly, so we want to make sure we are confident that everyone in the deep end is a strong swimmer.
Special Dietary Needs
Camp does its best to accommodate special dietary needs. If a dietary need or food allergy was noted on your registration, you will receive an email from Camp a week before your session. That will include a menu for the week and instructions on how we can work together to best serve your family.
While Camp cannot plan menus around particular individuals, we have learned helpful ways to serve campers with food allergies. Some guests find it necessary to bring a supply of their own food to supplement Camp’s menu and canteen choices. Refrigerated storage and a microwave are available. With advanced notice, Camp can also offer standard options that we keep on hand.
Medical Needs & Concerns
Camp staff is committed to excellence and safety and is trained in First Aid and CPR. Our waterfront is staffed by certified lifeguards.
Your camp fee includes $5000 secondary accident insurance coverage. In the event your child requires professional medical care on account of an injury sustained at Camp, Camp Lebanon’s insurance will pay expenses (e.g. deductibles, co-pays) not covered under your family insurance plan. A medical history related to that injury and treatment will be kept on file at Camp to provide information if a claim would be needed. Step One (1) requires you to file with your family carrier. Step Two (2) will be for you to contact Camp Lebanon after you have received a Declaration of Benefits from your carrier. Camp will file a claim on your behalf for the uncovered portion up to $5000.
Please call Marc Nelson (800.816.1502 ext. 17) at Camp if you have questions.
Please note: Camp’s insurance does not cover sickness or illness.