Pine Valley Bible Conference Center creates a unique environment where the presence of God transforms lives through faith in Jesus Christ. Their mission is to participate in fulfilling the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20) by providing a God honoring, Christ centered atmosphere for retreats, conferences, and recreation.

The total cost of the camp will be $360.

Camp Security: For the safety of all children, we DO NOT allow visits by anyone other than church staff during camp.
Phone Calls: Camp does not make phone service available for campers. This includes pay phones, landlines and cell phones. Generally speaking, children are not able to make or receive phone calls during camp.

You may send letters to your camper, you can send it to the following address P. O. Box 400 Pine Valley, CA 91962-040

Emergencies: If you have a serious family emergency and need to contact your child while at camp, you may contact Pine Valley Christian Conference Center at 619.473.8879 and they can direct you to us.

If you still have any questions, feel free to e-mail Angie Winkler, the 4th-6th grade admin: angie@northcoastcalvary.org

Visit the Pine Valley Bible Conference Center’s website for more information: http://pinevalleybible.com/events/outback/

8668 Pine Creek Road
Pine Valley, CA 91962

Check-in is August 6th and starts at 1:00pm.
We will begin check-in outside in the piazza in front of the Cafe. If your child has special medication, please bring it to the First-Aid Station. Remember to label your luggage! (we will have extra labels and markers there if you forget) Remember to have your child eat lunch before you check-in. Snacks are welcome to eat on the way, and share with friends. (please NO peanuts) You are welcome to send your child with spending money for the small gift shop and snack bar. Suggested amount: $20. (this is extra, not necessary!)
No phones or electronics on the bus!

Pick up is August 11th at 12:00pm at the church. 
Please arrive on time to check-in and pick-up!

Below is the packing list:
Sleeping bag and pillow. We recommend the sleeping bag is in a water proof bag (a plastic trash bag works).
-Bible (and pens) – be sure your camper’s name is in their Bible
-Bath towel and washcloth (beach towel optional, but recommended)
-Flashlight: Please be sure to label the flashlight and send extra batteries.
-Camera: Disposable cameras are the best. Be sure to label it with the camper’s name.
-Water Bottle: Reusable with secure lid. Please label with camper’s name in permanent marker.
-General toiletries (unscented): soap, toothpaste, toothbrush, shampoo, towel, washcloth, etc.
**Please label and bring these items in a gallon size bag that will be stored in a secure container with all the other campers’ toiletries.
-Chapstick or other lip protection with sunscreen
-Waterproof Sunscreen: minimum SPF 30
– Lotion – if prone to dry skin
– Bug repellent: lotion, stick, or spritz – please do not bring aerosol spray!
– Clothing for five days AND a White TSHIRT for tie dye game!
– Plenty of clean socks & underwear. (Please pack extras!)
– Swim suit(s)!. ***Girl’s suits should be one-piece only.
– T-Shirts and long sleeve shirts
– At least two pairs of long pants and a sweatshirt
– Two pairs of close-toed shoes. Hiking boots are not necessary but may be helpful for some children. However, some type of sturdy shoes is necessary. Water shoes are a good idea too. Please do not bring flip flops.
– Rain coat, Poncho or other light rain gear: rain is not uncommon. Having waterproof gear of some sort can be helpful if it does happen to rain on us.
Medications: Must be in their original pharmacy container along with written instructions. All in a Ziploc plastic bag with the camper’s name printed on it.
(PLEASE NOTE: If meds are not in the original container we cannot administer them.)
 Hat for sun protection
 Small backpack (daypack)
 Plastic garbage bag (or two) for dirty clothing
 Books or other appropriate reading material and simple games for free time and during the bus ride to and from camp

The following items are NOT ALLOWED at camp:
  Cell phones, pagers, radios, PDA’s, computers, CD & MP3/Ipod/Iphone players
 Any electronic games including GameBoy and other electronic video games.
 Weapons [such as knives, Air Soft Guns, BB guns, slingshots, etc.]  Avoid preventable heartache; do not send anything that is irreplaceable, such as a child’s treasured stuffed animal, toy or baby blanket (“blankie”), or Mom or Dad’s $1,000 camera. These items are easily lost or damaged at camp and we cannot guarantee their return.

Pine Valley Camp has a variety of fun activities for kids to participate in! The following list shows all the activities that the camp offers:

  • Ropes course
  • Team building course
  • Inflatables 
  • Disc Golf
  • Paintball
  • Sand Volleyball 
  • Lighted basketball court
  • Horseshoes
  • Sports Field
  • Camp Fires
  • Tire Swing
  • Archery
  • Slip n’ Slide
  • Rappelling
  • Hiking/ Guided Hikes
  • Game Room 
  • Altitude Coffee Shop 
Here are some commonly asked questions…
Will there be swimming at camp?
Yes! There is no lake, however, there is a pool! If your child cannot swim please just let us know! We will be doing a swim test at camp to make sure your child is able/strong enough to swim.
What are the sleeping situations like?
There are bunk beds with mattresses in cabins. However there are no bed sheets so make sure your child has a sleeping bag and a pillow.
What happens if my child gets sick before camp?
For the health of others we ask that if you child has a fever, a bad cough, sore throat, a bad cold..etc. that they stay home from camp. Unfortunately, we cannot reimburse your money!
What about medications? or injuries?
There will be a camp nurse that will be at camp to administer medications your child may need. The medication must be in the original container and you must fill out the medication form before sending it to camp.
After camp, how will we know what time to pick up our child on August 11th?
We will send out an email with an estimated time of arrival to camp. So please check your emails. If you check the box during registration to receive updates with arrival and departure time, then you will be texted updates. You may also text or call Rachelle Walton at 760-450-7361 as well. 
Can my child bring his or her cell phone?
NOPE! For countless reasons, it isn’t an element we would like to add to our camp experience. See in the packing lists, ways you can communicate with your child. 

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