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YMCA Camp Ocoee – Ocoee, TN
July 9-14, 2017

Who may come?

Young boys and girls, not accompanied by parents, from age 9 and up, may come. Anyone younger than 9 with their parents and not dependent on diapers may come and will be supervised by parents.

What should you bring?

Bible, sleeping bag or bed linens and blanket for a twin-sized bed, pillow, towels, washcloths, toiletries, swimsuit, sweater or jacket, flashlight, softball gloves, plastic bags to store dirty and soiled clothes and great attitude.

What is the canteen?

Soft drinks, candies, chips, and other things are provided during camp during canteen time. The cost of canteen items is included in the camp fee so no money is needed to purchase canteen items.

Is there a camp bank?

Yes, a bank will be provided in which you may deposit spending money and valuables at registration until you need them. Also, there are some special elective activities such as Ocoee whitewater rafting with extra fee so bring extra money.

Beginning and Ending

Camp opens at 3:00pm (Eastern Daylight Time)on Sunday, July 9th. Do NOT come before that time. Every person should arrive at camp before 5:00pm, Sunday. Supper will be served at camp. Camp ends at 10:00am on Friday, July 14th.

Special Notice: The Lodge and 4 Cabins can hold up to 62 people with beds. That is a first come, first serve basis! So hurry and make your reservations now! When it is full and then you may be able to reserve your room at a motel on your own. The motel is about 7 miles away.

What does the camp cost?

Rates for Campers and Staff  
On or before June 10, 2017 $150
After June 10, 2017 $160
By June 10, 2017 - Registration fee
(non-refundable - This is applied to the camp fee)
$ 60
(balance of $90 due on first day of camp)

Rates for Adults
 
On or before June 10, 2017 $160
After June 10, 2017 $170
By June 10, 2017 - Registration fee
(non-refundable - This is applied to the camp fee)
$ 60
(balance of $100 due on first day of camp)

This full paid fee covers all 14 meals, 5 day lodgings, daily canteens, a color (8 1/2 x 11) group photograph, camp T-shirt, and camp medical insurance.

We will have the water rafting and it will be at each individual’s own expenses. Any one of you, who are interesting on going Water Rafting, please let Frank know ASAP so we can make some reservations earlier to assure that there will be an opening for us on specific day and time. If you need more information, please let Frank know.

Special Notice: The Lodge can hold 32 people with beds. If more than 32 people with reservations by June 9th, then we can reserve one or two more cabins by June 10th. That is a first come, first serve basis! So hurry and make your reservations now!

Note to Parents/Guardians

The Christian Camp for the Deaf, Inc. is a non-profit organization operated by members of the churches of Christ. It is staffed with deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing men and women who are experienced and competent in working with the deaf and hard of hearing. All staff members work without pay.

YMCA Camp Ocoee offers each camper a healthy and spiritual atmosphere. Towering and thick trees, lake, and quiet surroundings set the mood for Bible study and discussions. YMCA Camp Ocoee is a camp that desires to be different. The principles of Jesus Christ are the controlling factors in camp life. Everyday activities always include time for spiritual growth. We expect every camper to conduct him/herself honorably at all times.