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Summer Camp Information Page

Interested in this summer but not sure where to start? Here are a few FAQs to help you along.

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Q: When is camp?

Kids Camp Week 1 for grades 2-5 - June 26 - June 30  

Kids Camp Week 2 for grades 2-5 - July 3-July 7

Junior High Camp for grades 6-8 - July 10 - July 14

Day Camp for grades 2-5 - July 18 - July 22

Q: How much does it cost?

$300 for day camps.

$400 for individuals, $375 for groups for overnight camps.

Want to go for less? We'd love to have your church, gathering, or group come together this summer! Call (619) 669-6498 or fill out the Summer Camp Interest Form to get more info on making that happen.


Q: What should my camper pack?

What to bring:
☐ Sleeping Bag
☐ Pillow
☐ Daily Change of Clothes (hot during the day, can get cool at night)
☐ Pajamas
☐ Bible, Pen, & Paper
☐ Towel
☐ Toiletries (Shampoo, Toothbrush, Toothpaste, etc.)
☐ Tennis Shoes/Boots (closed-toed)
☐ Light Jacket (can get cool at night)
☐ Shower Shoes (recommended for wearing in the showers)
☐ Modest Swimsuit & Beach Towel
☐ Chap Stick & Sunblock
☐ Hat
☐ Flashlight
What NOT to Bring:
☐ Electronics including but not limited to: cell phones, iPods, smartwatches, games, etc.
☐ Expensive items such as designer clothing, toys, electronic games, etc.
☐ Gum or Messy snacks
☐ Pocket knives, weapons, etc.

Q: How much money should I give my camper?

We recommend $30-$50 for your camper’s week at camp for snacks and small souvenirs in the store.

Q: What kinds of things can my camper purchase in the store?

Our camp store sells treats, candy, soda, chips, ice cream, etc. We also sell souvenirs, rocks, arrowheads, small jewelry, sunglasses, shirts, hats, etc. Most items cost less than $5.00, though walking sticks and hats can cost up to $20.00.

Q: Do you have a camp nurse on-site?

Yes, we do have a nurse on-site during summer camp who can administer first aid treatment and medications while your camper is here. All medications need to be in original packaging and must be prescription or accompanied by a doctor’s note. Our nurses will not dispense vitamins or essential oils.

Q: Does your kitchen accommodate dietary restrictions?

Yes, please include that information in your camper’s registration form. Our kitchen does not serve nuts, fish, or shellfish of any kind.

Q: Can my camper call home?

To discourage homesickness and help your camper enjoy his/her time as much as possible, we work to connect campers with parents in other, more intentional and engaging ways. Calling home can sometimes cause further homesickness, so we encourage parents to write letters or send packages. Remember that these will take time to post to camp, so prepare accordingly. Additionally, parents can email campers at any time. Their counselors and staff will relay these messages every day. In the event of an emergency, parents will always be notified of any information regarding their camper(s).

Q: What is an email pack?

Parents can send their campers a special one-way message any time they want! We print emails that come in daily and deliver them to campers at our regular meetings. Only you and whoever you invite to send emails can send them to your camper, so they will remain private.

Q: Can I send mail to my camper?

Yes. Mail is delivered nightly before dinner. Remember to send your mail the week before your camper is due to arrive. Please address your camper’s mail like this:
Indian Hills Camp
Camper Name
Church Name (if applicable)
15763 Lyons Valley Rd.
Jamul, CA 91935

More questions? Get in touch! Call us at (619) 669-6498 or email One of our amazing registrars will get back to you soon!