Read all the details you need to know about Summer Camp (packing list, schedule, COVID protocols, important contact info, ways to pray, theme night details, etc.) in the Parent Packet below!
Check In Details | July 10
We want to make check in as safe and efficient as possible. Check in is between 12:00-12:30p on Saturday, July 10. Do not arrive early! Check in won't begin until 12:00p. All Summer Camp participants must follow these steps for check in:
1. Eat lunch before arrival!
2. Park by The Well (Student Ministry Building)
3. Complete Health Screening + temperature check outside The Well
4. Once Health Screening is completed, head to The 3:16 Center to get checked in!
5. Receive luggage tag, load the bus, and grab a seat!
Health Screening Questions
- Have you been in close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the past 14 days?
Are you experiencing a cough, shortness of breath or sore throat?
Have you had a fever in the last 48 hours?
Have you had new loss of taste or smell?
Have you had vomiting or diarrhea in the last 24 hours?
Do you have a temperature of 100.4 or higher? (Your temperature will be checked at Health Screening)
If you answered “Yes” to any question,
you are directed to stay home.
Adventures Unlimited is a local rafting company near Ocoee Ridge Camp. Time on the Ocoee River is always an exciting part of Summer Camp!
This year, rising 7th + 8th graders will go on a float trip, while rising 9th grade - graduated seniors will go white water rafting. The rafting waiver is required for all students (float + raft)
There are 7 bunk beds in every cabin, which can sleep up to 14 people per cabin. Each cabin has 3 showers and toilets. Cabins are separated by grade + gender and each group has 2 adult leaders that stay with students. All campers are required to pack their own bedding (sheets, blankets, pillows / sleeping bags).
Rec is a Summer Camp favorite! The Ocoee Ridge continually adds fun and engaging rec options for campers each year. We're excited to be able to do paintball, ropes course, low ropes course, wave pool, and several other outdoor activities that build community! In addition to these options, we partner with Adventures Unlimited for water activities on the Ocoee River.
Each night of Summer Camp has a different "theme" complete with snacks, activities, and costume contests. FBCO Students go all in with late night! Stay tuned to find out the 4 different themes for each night.
NIGHT 1: Luau by the Wave Pool
NIGHT 2: Movie Night
NIGHT 3: Olympic Games
NIGHT 4: Glow Night
Former FBCO Life Group leader and Auburn grad, Connor now serves on staff at North Greenville University in South Carolina. Connor has been on staff with Student Life Camps and loves teaching God's Word to teenage students.
John is one of FBCO Students favorite worship leaders! John and his crew will be joining us at Summer Camp for the 5th time leading the way in worship. John serves on staff at East Cobb Church in Atlanta, Georgia.