Although we don’t mind visits, we have found that sometimes a visit from a parent/guardian is what makes campers homesick. Therefore, if you’re thinking of visiting your child while at camp, we ask that you contact the camp director first to see how your child is doing. The camp director will be accessible 24/7 during all camps.
If you do come to visit the camp grounds, please visit the camp director or the kitchen staff upon arrival to let them know your there.
For our camp programs, we welcome any camper regardless of their gender identity. Our staff is trained to share the love of Jesus with all campers and provide a safe space for them. In order to create this environment, we have some guidelines that need to be respected in order for gender issues to not become a disruption at camp. We want to share these with you in advance, so that parents, along with children, can make an informed decision about whether or not St Croix Christian Camp is the right fit. If your child identifies as LGBTQ, please discuss these guidelines with them prior to registering them for camp, to make sure they can feel comfortable in this setting.