(440) 967-4861 info@bbeach.org

Parentsphere

Your one stop shop for keeping up with your camper

Welcome! We want to thank you for choosing Beulah Beach for your child’s summer camping experience! We don’t believe there is any better investment a parent can make than to invest in the spiritual lives of their children! We’re dedicated to providing your child with a safe environment, a Christ-like counselor and the most fun they’ve ever had! We firmly believe it will be the best week of their life!

Camp Life

Dorm Life

For overnight campers only: In most cases campers are able to room with those they’ve requested on their registration forms although this is not guaranteed. Though campers will not spend much time in their rooms, we still want to make sure you and your camper are satisfied with the rooms and their condition. If you choose to head over to your camper’s room during registration and are not satisfied with it, please visit the Main Office in the lobby of the Lodge and we’ll do everything we can to fix it. Your camper’s room will never be locked, so we’ll encourage campers to give any valuable belongings to their counselor for the week.

Homesickness

For many of our campers, this will be their first experience completely away from home! We’ll do our best to keep campers having fun at camp! To ensure that your camper has the best experience they possibly can at camp, we ask that family members and friends do not visit during the week. We do not recommend campers calling home during the week, but in rare cases, may be permitted by our Camp Director. Please do not send a cell phone with your child. Campers with cell phones will be asked to surrender them to their counselor for the remainder of the week.

Camper Safety

Safety first! Activities are a huge component to camp at Beulah Beach, but the safety and well-being of your camper is our first priority. Every part of our program is designed with safety in mind. We do have a Camp Nurse on staff if there are any accidents or sicknesses. The nurse will have all of your camper’s medications and distribute them at different times during the day. If you will be bringing any medications, whether over-the-counter (ie. for seasonal allergies) or prescription, your parent or guardian will need to fill out our “Medication Authorization Form” PRIOR TO your arrival to camp, in order to ensure that all medications are brought under the proper specifications as listed on the form. All of our counselors have also received a list of any medical issues your camper may have!

Lost & Found

All lost and found items will be kept for 2 weeks at which time they will be donated to a charity. Items will be collected at the end of the week/camp and placed in a bin located outside of the Lakeshore Commons marked with the date. After 2 weeks, the items will be donated.

Summer Staff

Our counselors are personally interviewed and highly trained to reach each camper at their individual level, to understand them and their needs, and to foster their developmental and spiritual growth. At Beulah Beach, we are passionately committed to providing your camper with the BEST camp experience! Check out all of our Summer Staff here!

Spending Money

Campers can bring money for Snak Shak, pop machines ($1.50 20oz. bottle), and “The Dock.” For High School Camp and WakeJam campers, an additional cost of $20 (plus any extra paint) will be required to play paintball.

The Dock

Check out our camp store for all your Beulah Beach apparel! We have everything you would expect a camp store to have and still more!

Mon & Wed 3:30pm – 4:45pm
Tues & Thurs 7:00pm – 8:00pm
Friday 12:00pm – 2:00pm & 4:00pm – 5:30pm
Saturday 12:30pm – 1:30pm

The Snak Shak

Enjoy a milkshake, slushie, or your favorite candy at our Snak Shak – located in Shoreview, the basement of our dining hall!

Mon & Wed 3:30pm – 4:45pm
Tues & Thurs 2:30pm – 4:45pm

View Camper Photos & Send Bunk Notes with Bunk1!

Be the first to know what’s happening this summer with the Beulah Beach Camp & Retreat Center private photo galleries with facial recognition, then send and receive messages using Bunk Notes & Bunk Replies. Bunk1 makes it easy to communicate with your child and receive handwritten responses direct to your Bunk1 account.

1. Access Bunk1

Visit Bunk1.com or download the Bunk1 app on Google Play or the App Store

2. Create Account

Click the “New Here? Get Started” button and complete the basic form. The Invitation Code for Beulah Beach is: MYBBEACH. You will be prompted to select a bundle for access to your Parent Portal. Bundles include credits for you to send Bunk Notes and enhance your notes with borders, photos, sports scores, and puzzles.

3. Photo Galleries

Save Favorite Photos for easy access to pictures of your camper all year-round. Upload a profile photo of your camper. Our facial recognition will scan all the uploaded photos and notify you when we detect photos of your camper.

4. Bunk Notes & Replies

Send Bunk Notes day or night. We check  Bunk Notes at 11:00AM EST each day and distributed to campers at lunch. Receive a handwritten note from your camper into your Bunk1 account. 

1. Register for Bunk1 prior to camp, purchase Bunk Reply stationery and print out enough copies to last the summer. Or use credits and add the stationery when you send a Bunk Note.

2. Make sure your camper knows to write on the barcoded stationery.

3. Our camp staff collect Bunk Replies and send via the Bunk1 platform.

4. Bunk1 scans the barcode & sends the Reply to your account. 

Closing Ceremony

Join us for your camper’s Closing Ceremony in The Center! The Closing Ceremony will start at 11:30am. Directly following the ceremony we’d love to have you hang out for lunch – on us! The DOCK, our camp store, will be open after the ceremony and is located in the Main Lobby of the Center. Be sure to pick up your HIGHLIGHT VIDEO postcard, too!

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...and don't forget your FREE HIGHLIGHT VIDEO POSTCARD!

Stop by the media table after the Closing Ceremony to pick up a postcard with a link and QR code to the week’s highlight video!

F.A.Q.

Beulah Beach General Info

Can you tell me about Beulah Beach?

Beulah Beach has been around since 1921 and has been providing an outstanding camp experience for campers and families. You can find out more about Beulah Beach here.

What kind of camps does Beulah Beach offer?

Beulah Beach offers a wide range of summer camp experiences for people of all ages.

  • Day Camp runs Monday-Friday throughout the summer for children ages 5-11. You can find out more here.
  • Overnight Camp varies from week to week both in age and type of camp. We have sports camps, watersports camps, ministry camps, outdoor adventure camps, and more! There’s something for everyone! Learn more about each one here.
  • Beulah on the Road is the camp that comes to YOU! Find out if BOTR is coming to a church near you here.
  • Adult and Family Camps offer the camp experience for the WHOLE family! Designed to be refreshing and relaxing, each of our Adult and Family options offers the chance to spend quality time with your family and grow closer to the Lord together. Check out the options here.
How does Beulah Beach hire staff?

Our leadership staff visits colleges and churches around the country each year seeking out Godly college-aged men and women to be a part of our summer staff. Each potential staff member has not only filled out an application and submitted references but has also been personally interviewed and background checked. We strive to find staff that is emotionally and spiritually mature, on fire for Christ, and ready to serve so that you can be sure your child is in great hands. When the staff arrives for the summer they receive additional job specific training which includes activity certification, CPR certification, camper behavior management and care, and child safety training in identifying and/or preventing child abuse. We are confident that each staff member we hire is ready to help your child have the best week of their life!

Tell me about your camp's programs.

We run everything “in-house” at Beulah Beach, because we want to ensure the quality of what we’re giving your camper. Our worship leaders, speakers, and staff are all on staff at Beulah Beach all summer. Everything we do at Beulah Beach in our programs has an extra dose of energy and excitement, and we’re sure you’ll see that when you arrive on Opening Day!

Does Beulah offer programs other than summer?

YES! Beulah Beach offers several retreat opportunities throughout the year.

Can I tour the camp?

Yes! We would love to show you around Beulah Beach. Since we are open year round you don’t even have to wait for summer! Contact our office at 440-967-4861 to set up am appointment to come and see our facilities. In the mean time check out our Guest Services and view photos of the grounds!

Is there a camp store?

Yes – our camp store “The Dock” is open for every Opening and Closing Day of camp to make sure you can stock up on your Beulah Beach gear every year. On Opening Day, it will be open from 4:00-5:00. On Closing Day, it will open after the Closing Ceremony and will close at 2:00P.M.

Registration

What needs to be completed before the first day of camp?

If your camper is registered and all the information is completed on the registration form, there are only two things that you may have to complete before camp starts. First, if your camper has any medications, the Medication Authorization Form must be completed and brought to camp Check-In with you. Find the Medicine Authorization Form here.

Secondly, if you are bringing a camper to a camp that inlcudes paintball and your camper wants to play, the Paintball Waiver must be completed and brought with you to camp Check-In. There is an additional cost for paintball. Find the Paintball Waiver here.

Are there any camp registeration discounts?

Overnight Camp

  • Early Registration: Register before March 20 and receive $25 off camp registration.
  • Family Plan: For families that send three or more sibling campers; each camper from the same family will receive a $25 discount. To receive the discount all registrations and payments must be mailed in the same envelope, faxed or registered online together.
  • Second Camp: Register for a second overnight camp during closing day of your campers first camp and receive $100 off camp registration.

 

SCHOLARSHIPS

  • Limited partial scholarships are available, download a scholarship application. For more information please call 440-967-4861.
Is there a discount for siblings?

Yes! For families that send three or more overnight campers, each camper from the same family will receive a $25 discount. To receive the discount, all registrations and payments must be mailed in the same envelope, faxed, or registered online together. The Family Plan discount does not apply to Day Camp.

Does Beulah offer scholarships?

Yes. Download the scholarship application.

Can I transfer registration to a different week or camper?

A camp fee can be transferred as a camp fee to another camper of same sex attending camp OR as credit towards a camp fee of any camper attending another camp subject to availability. The camp fee charged will be the appropriate fee based on the date the transfer is made. No transfers may be made within 7 days prior to the start of a camp. Please notify us at 440-967-4861 if you intend to transfer a fee.

If cancellation is made more than 7 days before camp starts, a refund will be issued less a $50 non-refundable processing fee for overnight camp ($30 for DayCamp). No cancellations, refunds, or transfers to or from a camp can be made in the 7 days prior to camp starting, or after the camp has started.

What if the camp I would like to send my camper to is listed as CLOSED?

If a camp is listed as CLOSED it means that we have reached our maximum capacity for that camp and we are unable to take any further registrations. You may submit your name and phone number to be put on the waiting list and in the event that a spot opens up you will be contacted. Openings will be filled by those on the waiting list in the order in which they are received. If you are unable to get your child into the desired camp we recommend looking at the other camp options offered for which you child would be eligible.

What are the payment options for registration?

The full cost of registration is due when you register. Check with your church if there are scholarships or discounts on the cost.

Overnight & Day Camp

What should I pack for my child?

A complete packing list can be found on the webpage of each camp:

  • Overnight Camp
  • Day Camp

PLEASE DO NOT SEND computers, ipads, cell phones, iPods/mp3’s, gaming devices, bikes, skateboards, matches or lighters. Short shorts, spaghetti strap tops, and clothing items promoting alcohol or drugs are not appropriate attire for camp. Campers with electronic devices, including cell phones, will be asked to give them to their counselor for the remainder of the week.

How do you handle camp check-in/out?

Overnight Camp

  • Opending Day: It will be a party! You can anticipate staff members jumping up and down, so excited that you’re finally at camp! Check-in begins at 4pm on Sunday. You should plan to arrive no later than 4:15pm. When you arrive at Beulah Beach, follow the directional signs and crazy staff members and park on the soccer field. You have two options at this point. You can either bring your camper’s belongings with you to the Check-In line and we’ll move it into their room for you OR you can drop your camper off at Check-In and then go move in their belongings yourself.
  • Camp Closing: On Closing Day, please plan to arrive at camp between 10:45-11:15 A.M. The Closing Ceremony will take place in the Center at 11:30 A.M. After the Closing Ceremony, you’ll break off into the campers’ counseling groups and get your camper’s Character Quality Award and officially sign your camper out. After that, you’re free to join us for lunch (on us!), check out “The Dock”, and load your camper’s stuff into your car.

      Day Camp

      • Drop-off: It will be a party! You can anticipate staff members jumping up and down, so excited that you’re finally at camp! When you arrive at Beulah Beach, follow the directional signs and crazy staff members and park near the playground. Bring your camper up to the Check-In tables and just watch how excited we are to have you at camp!
      • Pick-Up: We want to make sure your kids are safe, so we need you to sign your camper out every day with your camper’s counselor.
      Day Camp: What time do I drop off/pick up my camper?

      Drop off begins at 7:30am on the playground. Please plan to arrive no later than 8:15am to drop off your child.
      Pick up begins at 5:00pm on the playground. Please plan to arrive no later than 5:15pm to pick up your child.

      What do I do in order to pick up my camper early?

      Please let us know when you drop your camper off so that the proper forms can be filled out and arrangements made. In the event of an emergency please contact the main office at 440-967-4861 in order to make the proper arrangements.

      If I sign my child up for more than one camp will the experience be the same every week?

      If your child attends more than one week of camp within the same program the experience will be similar.

      Our Day Camp program is designed to vary slightly from week to week but many elements remain the same each week. If your child attends multiple weeks they will have the opportunity to build relationships with several different counselors as well as with other campers that attend weekly but also make new friends every week!
      If your child attends multiple overnight camps their experience will vary further as each week is designed to have a different emphasis. For instance campers will have a very different experience at Sports Camp than at Splash Camp, however elements of theme and programing will be very similar.

      Will my Day Camper have the same counselor all week?

      Yes! Your camper will be in the same counseling group for the entire week. If you are coming back for another week and love your counselor, request to have your camper be in their group again!

      Can I request a counselor for my camper?

      Yes! We have many of our counselors return every year, and if the counselor you request will be on staff that week, we’ll do everything we can to make sure your camper is in their group! Just email registrar@bbeach.org at least two weeks prior to camp starting and we will do everything we can!

      How many other campers will be in my child's group?

      We strive to keep an 8:1 camper to staff ratio. We try and keep the groups even smaller than that if we can because we think it makes the camp experience even better!

      How will my child's roommates be chosen?

      When you submit your child’s registration form you have the option to request up to 3 roommates. It is our policy to honor roommate requests made at least two weeks prior to the beginning of the camp, however, roommate requestscannot be guaranteed. To be sure no roommates are closed out of a camp when it fills up, we suggest registering at the same time. We do our best to make sure each camper has at least one of their requested roommates, if not all 3. Even though 2 campers may request each, other the other requests on the form may not match. In that case large, rooming groups will be assigned to two adjacent rooms. We will see to it that those campers are also in the same counseling group. To avoid excluding anyone, campers that do not request roommates will be placed into counseling groups with at least one other camper that did not request a roommate and others similar in age.

      How do I request my child be placed with another friend/relative?

      When you register for camp, there is a friend request section on the form so that campers can be with their siblings and/or friends. We do everything we can to make sure every camper is grouped with their requested friend.

      What does a typical day look like?

      Day Camp

      This is a schedule for a typical day at  Day Camp, however we change things all the time to keep things new and exciting!

      7:30
      9:00
      9:30
      10:30
      12:00 
      1:00
      1:45
      2:30
      3:00
      4:45
      5:00
      Drop-off and Morning Madness
      Breakfast
      Counselor Time
      Activity Block (sports, zipline, etc.)
      The Mix
      Lunch
      Activity Time
      Break
      Beach Time
      Clean Up
      Pick-up at the Playground

      Overnight Camp

      This is a schedule for a typical day at  overnight camp, however we change things all the time to keep thingsnew and exciting!

      8:00
      8:30
      9:00
      9:30
      10:00
      12:00
      12:45
      1:15
      2:00
      4:00
      5:00
      5:45
      7:00
      8:00
      9:15
      9:45
      10:15
      Wake Up
      Breakfast
      Morning Mix
      Group Devotions
      Morning Activity Block (sports, splash classes, etc.)
      Lunch
      Chill Time
      Optional “Dive Deeper” Leadership Track
      Free Time
      All-Camp Activity
      Dinner
      Evening Activity Block
      Sunset and Snack Shack
      Evening Mix
      Campfire
      Group Devotions
      Lights Out
      Lights Out time changes quite a bit, depending on the age of our campers. It will be closer to 9:30 for our youngest campers and midnight for our oldest campers.
      What activities will my campers get to participate in?

      It depends which camp your camper decides on because we literally have too many activities to do in just one week! All of our campers will get to do the following activities: Zipline, Giant Swing, Rockwall, Canoes and Paddleboats, Tubing, Jetski Rides, Game Room,  FunZone Games, sports, swimming (pool and lake). We have other activities such as paintball, high and low ropes courses, hayrides, and campouts which only some camps have in their schedule.

      Will my child fit in and be accepted at Beulah Beach?

      Here at Beulah Beach, we take pride in being a camp for every kind of kid. Whatever your camper’s interests are, we are trying to create something that they will love doing at camp. We sincerely believe your camper will love being here, even if they aren’t sure about it all yet!

      What will my camper's spiritual experience be like?

      God is not boring and we don’t think camp should be either! Our philosophy of camp ministry is to show every camper that being in love with Jesus and having a relationship with Him is the coolest, most amazing, fun thing in the world! We put a staff in front of your kids that is on fire for Jesus Christ! Every day, your camper will get to be a part of a “mix”, group discussions with their counselor, and that’s just the start of it! Every single aspect of camp at Beulah Beach is programmed to make Jesus’ name greater.

      Will my child grow spiritually?

      Every member of our staff is follower of Christ and is dedicated to praying for the campers before they even reach the grounds of Beulah Beach. It is the mission of Beulah Beach to see our guests encounter Christ in an authentic life-changing way. Our staff  will share truths from God’s word daily and boldly proclaim who Christ is through testimony, prayer, worship, and the Bible. Campers will attend Mixes every day where they will not only enjoy hilarious skits but dynamic worship and relevant speakers that engage them at their level. They will be encouraged to read God’s word daily, be faithful in prayer, and share their faith. As they spend time in small groups with their counselor they will find a place where they can feel comfortable sharing their heart with the group and support each other by praying together.  We understand that following Christ is a personal decision for each camper and we rejoice with them as they reach that decision.

      Beulah Beach is a ministry of the Christian and Missionary Alliance. See our Statement of Faith.

      Will my child need money?

      Yes. Campers can bring money for Snak Shak and pop machines ($1.50 20oz. bottle). Please send your camper with bills $10 or smaller so they can avoid delays at the Snak Shak. Pop machines like dollar bills and quarters best!

      “The Dock”, our Beulah Beach giftshop, is open on closing day and can take cash, check, or credit card (Visa, MasterCard, and Discover only).

      An additional cost of $20 (plus any extra paint) will be required to play paintball. 

      How can I see photos of my child?

      On our Parentsphere site, we’ll upload pictures every day of all the fun activities of camp. In your Parent Survival Guide that you receive at Check-In, we’ll give you the password so that you can see all the pictures!

      Why can't I find my child in the Smugmug Photo Gallery?

      Our media staff strives to capture as many moments as possible throughout your camper’s experience at Beulah Beach. However, we do have a limited staff to cover multiple ongoing camps. As photos are captured throughout the day they are processed and uploaded so that they can be viewed. Mid-week every camper gets a photo with their counselor and their counseling group which is uploaded to a separate gallery to make it easier to find your camper’s photo. The password to access your camper’s gallery was provided on the Parent Survival Guide you received at check in.

      How do I communicate with my camper while they are at camp?

      You can send your camper email or regular mail. To send email click here and scroll down. To ensure timely delivery packages and letters should be mailed no later than Tuesday. All mail received before 1pm will be distributed the same day. Mail arriving after 1pm will be delivered on the next day. Please be sure that your mail is labeled as follows:

      (camper name here)
      (camp attending here)
      c/o (counselor name here)
      6101 W. Lake Rd.
      Vermilion, OH 44089

      To ensure camper safety and to provide the best experience we ask that parents do not visit while the camp is ongoing.

       

      Does Beulah Beach provide breakfast?

      Yes. Both Day Camp and Overnight Camp are served a hot breakfast everyday. Day Camp is served at 9am every morning and Overnight Camp is served between 7:30-8:30 am depending on the camp schedule.

      What do I do if my child requires a special diet or has a food allergy?

      Our chef and kitchen staff are happy to help accomodate any dietary needs. Please be sure to note any special dietary needs or allergies on your child’s registration form. You can also contact the office at 440-967-4861 to speak to someone directly regarding making food arrangements for your child.

      What do I do if my child has medication?

      If you will be bringing any medications, whether over-the-counter (ie. for seasonal allergies) or prescription, your parent or guardian will need to fill out our Medication Authorization Form PRIOR TO your arrival to camp, in order to ensure that all medications are brought under the proper specifications as listed on the form. Please bring all medications in their original container when you come to check in. The nurse will have all of your camper’s medications and distribute them at different times during the day. All of our counselors have also received a list of any medical issues and will see to it that campers with epi-pens and inhalers that need to stay with campers are dealt with appropriately!

      How does Beulah Beach handle medical care for campers?

      Safety first! Activities are a huge component to camp at Beulah Beach, but the safety and well-being of your camper is our first priority. Every part of our program is designed with safety in mind. We have a Camp Nurse on staff if there are any accidents or sicknesses. All staff members are CPR certified and all lifeguards first aid and AED certified as well so that in the event of an emergency there will a prompt and appropriate response to the situation.The nurse will have all of your camper’s medications and distribute them at different times during the day. If your camper will be bringing any medications, whether over-the-counter (ie. for seasonal allergies) or prescription, the parent/guardian will need to fill out the Medication Authorization Form PRIOR TO arrival to camp, in order to ensure that all medications are brought under the proper specifications as listed on the form. If your child’s medication changes in type and/or frequency of use after your submit the Medication Authorization Form please be sure to alert the nurse when you bring your child to check in for camp as medication can only be delivered in the manner which is authorized by the parent/guardian’s consent on that form.

      A parent/guardian will be contacted in the event of an emergency such as:

      • When a camper is taken off-site for professional medical treatment.
      • When a camper has had a significant accident that causes injury – major bumps, bruises, cuts, etc.
      • Any time there is something out of the ordinary – seizures, severe allergic reaction, etc.
      How do I contact my camp in case of emergency?

      Call the office at (440) 967-4861.

      How do you avoid sunburn and dehydration?

      We ask that all campers bring sunscreen and a water bottle to camp. Counselors will ask campers to re-apply sunscreen any time they are going to spend significant time in the sun. Because our campers tend to spend significant time in the water we recommend a water-proof high SPF sunscreen. Campers will have the opportunity to refill their water bottles regularly and are also asked to drink at least one glass of water at each meal before other beverages. During especially hot days additional water coolers are provided around camp.

      Does Beulah Beach do any training regarding child abuse?

      Every staff member at Beulah Beach has gone through MinistrySafe Abuse Training Course. We do not let staff members even come to camp before they’ve completed the course and passed the test. In addition to this, we do additional training on abuse during our Staff Training Week. The safety of your camper is our FIRST priority. You can check out more about MinistrySafe at www.ministrysafe.com.

      What do I do if my child has special needs?

      Please contact the Beulah Beach office at 440-967-4861 for futher information before registering for camp to ensure that we can provide the proper care for your child.

      Beulah on the Road

      How Does Beulah Beach Hire Staff?

      This is the most important piece of our summer camp experience. We conduct personal one-on-one interviews with every person hired at Beulah Beach. The application process is long, extensive and detailed because we want to put the best counselors in the country with your kids. We receive many more applications than we have positions, so we truly are able to pick and choose the best college students to serve at Beulah Beach.

      Will my child's spiritual experience look like?

      God is not boring and we don’t think camp should be either! Our philosophy of camp ministry is to show every camper that being in love with Jesus and having a relationship with Him is the coolest, most amazing, fun thing in the world! We put a staff in front of your kids that is on fire for Jesus Christ! Every day, your camper will get to be a part of a “mix”, group discussions with their counselor, and that’s just the start of it! Every single aspect of camp at Beulah Beach is programmed to make Jesus’ name greater.

      Will my child fit in and be accepted at Beulah Beach?

      Here at Beulah Beach, we take pride in being a camp for every child. Whatever your camper’s interests, we strive to create something that they will love doing at camp. In the last four years, we have sent home only a few campers to homesickness. Your camper is going to LOVE being at Beulah Beach!

      What should I pack for my child?

      A packing list for BOTR can be found here.

      What time do I drop off/pick up my camper?

      Drop off is between 9:00 and 9:30 A.M. If you need to drop your child off earlier, please let us know when you register. Pick up is promptly at 4:00 P.M. If an adult other than the parents of a child are picking up, please fill out an “alternate pick-up form” located at the registration table.

      How do you handle camp check-in/out?

      Morning Check-In:

      • It will be a party! You can anticipate staff members jumping up and down, excited that your child is finally at camp! When you arrive at the church, you will check in at the registration tables. Your child will then enter a line to be introduced to the entire camp by name. Counselors will come dancing and cheering to welcome each and every camper!

      Afternoon Check-out:

      • Safety is our #1 priority during check-out. When you come to pick up your child, you will check in at the registration table and enter a line outside the gym. You MUST show your ID to check your camper out. The director will greet you in this line and a co-counselor will then escort you to your child’s counseling group in order for you to check her/him out and meet the counselor. You will then be escorted out of the gym by the co-counselor.
      What do I do in order to pick up my camper early?

      We would love for children to stay all day every day, but we do understand when a camper has to leave early. We’ve created an early release form that needs to be filled out by the parent AT MORNING CHECK-IN. This form will be available every day at the registration table. Our Camp Director will be ready to assist in bringing your child to the registration table at the time of early release.

      What needs to be completed before the first day of camp?

      Registration forms MUST be completed before camp starts. The deadline to register will vary from church to church, as some churches allow additional registrations the first day of camp. If your camper has any medications, be sure to list them on the medical form when registering.

      What does a typical day look like?

      Each day campers will participate in songs, skits, and dances to get their blood pumping! We have activity blocks that include water games, climbing the ROCKwall, demolishing best friends in a jousting competition, and many more activities outside! As a midday rest, we watch a portion of a movie. We have times of worship, a skit, and a message learning about what being a Christian is all about and how we can make Jesus our best friend. We finish the day off with more dancing and silly skits during Pick-Up time.

      What do I do if my child requires a special diet or has a food allergy?

      Check with your church for information on lunches. In most cases, lunch will need to be provided by the parent. Please inform us of the allergy when you register your child. If it is a severe allergy and your child cannot be around others eating certain foods, let us know that as well.

      What do I do if my child has medications?

      All medications are to be checked in during registration. Our staff will assist in administering medications to campers while they are with us. Please be sure to include these on the medical form when registering your camper.

      How does Beulah handle medical care for campers?

      Safety is our first priority at Beulah Beach. Our staff is trained in CPR, the Director is both CPR and First Aid certified, and most churches have a trained nurse on location during camp as well! Our staff is trained to make you feel safe, especially if your camper has food allergies, needs daily medications, or has other needs.

      If minor medical care is provided to your child, you will be informed by their counselor at pick-up. If a child needs emergency care, you will be notified immediately.

      How does Beulah Beach deal with behavior issues?

      We want to make sure every camper has an outstanding experience at camp, so there is a zero tolerance policy for bullying and disturbing behavior. We believe in positive reinforcement and removing privileges over other forms of disciplinary action. If a situation arises where this occurs, the child will be removed from the situation and both the counselor and camp director will find a solution that is best for everyone. If we feel that the situation would be best resolved somewhere other than camp, the Camp Director will call home and discuss those options.

      How do you avoid sunburn and dehydration?

      We ask that parents send sunscreen with campers. Our counselors will monitor and make sure that all of their campers are putting on sunscreen before outside activities. Every camper must also bring a water bottle. We have extra coolers of water at every outside activity.

      How do I contact my camp in case of emergency?

      In the case of an emergency, we ask that you call the church office, who will then inform our Camp Director of the situation. Our staff will do everything we can to prepare your child to leave quickly.

      How do I communicate with my camper while they are at camp?

      Giving your child the best camp experience means that they become immersed in our camp culture. Our counselors are trained and equipped with skills to handle separation anxiety and homesickness. Therefore, we ask that parents do not visit their children while they are at camp.

      Are there BOTR scholarships available?

      Check with your church for information on scholarships and discounts.

      What are the payment options for registration?

      The full cost of registration is due when you register. Check with your church if there are scholarships or discounts on the cost.

      How do I request my child be placed with another friend/relative?

      When you register for camp, there is a friend request section on the form so that campers can be with their siblings and/or friends. We do everything we can to make sure every camper is grouped with their requested friend.

      Beulah Beach General Info

      Can you tell me about Beulah Beach?

      Beulah Beach has been around since 1921 and has been providing an outstanding camp experience for campers and families. You can find out more about Beulah Beach here.

      What kind of camps does Beulah Beach offer?

      Beulah Beach offers a wide range of summer camp experiences for people of all ages.

      • Day Camp runs Monday-Friday throughout the summer for children ages 5-11. You can find out more here.
      • Overnight Camp varies from week to week both in age and type of camp. We have sports camps, watersports camps, ministry camps, outdoor adventure camps, and more! There’s something for everyone! Learn more about each one here.
      • Beulah on the Road is the camp that comes to YOU! Find out if BOTR is coming to a church near you here.
      • Adult and Family Camps offer the camp experience for the WHOLE family! Designed to be refreshing and relaxing, each of our Adult and Family options offers the chance to spend quality time with your family and grow closer to the Lord together. Check out the options here.
      How does Beulah Beach hire staff?

      Our leadership staff visits colleges and churches around the country each year seeking out Godly college-aged men and women to be a part of our summer staff. Each potential staff member has not only filled out an application and submitted references but has also been personally interviewed and background checked. We strive to find staff that is emotionally and spiritually mature, on fire for Christ, and ready to serve so that you can be sure your child is in great hands. When the staff arrives for the summer they receive additional job specific training which includes activity certification, CPR certification, camper behavior management and care, and child safety training in identifying and/or preventing child abuse. We are confident that each staff member we hire is ready to help your child have the best week of their life!

      Tell me about your camp's programs.

      We run everything “in-house” at Beulah Beach, because we want to ensure the quality of what we’re giving your camper. Our worship leaders, speakers, and staff are all on staff at Beulah Beach all summer. Everything we do at Beulah Beach in our programs has an extra dose of energy and excitement, and we’re sure you’ll see that when you arrive on Opening Day!

      Does Beulah offer programs other than summer?

      YES! Beulah Beach offers several retreat opportunities throughout the year.

      Can I tour the camp?

      Yes! We would love to show you around Beulah Beach. Since we are open year round you don’t even have to wait for summer! Contact our office at 440-967-4861 to set up am appointment to come and see our facilities. In the mean time check out our Guest Services and view photos of the grounds!

      Is there a camp store?

      Yes – our camp store “The Dock” is open for every Opening and Closing Day of camp to make sure you can stock up on your Beulah Beach gear every year. On Opening Day, it will be open from 4:00-5:00. On Closing Day, it will open after the Closing Ceremony and will close at 2:00P.M.

      Registration

      What needs to be completed before the first day of camp?

      If your camper is registered and all the information is completed on the registration form, there are only two things that you may have to complete before camp starts. First, if your camper has any medications, the Medication Authorization Form must be completed and brought to camp Check-In with you. Find the Medicine Authorization Form here.

      Secondly, if you are bringing a camper to a camp that inlcudes paintball and your camper wants to play, the Paintball Waiver must be completed and brought with you to camp Check-In. There is an additional cost for paintball. Find the Paintball Waiver here.

      Are there any camp registeration discounts?

      Overnight Camp

      • Early Registration: Register before March 20 and receive $25 off camp registration.
      • Family Plan: For families that send three or more sibling campers; each camper from the same family will receive a $25 discount. To receive the discount all registrations and payments must be mailed in the same envelope, faxed or registered online together.
      • Second Camp: Register for a second overnight camp during closing day of your campers first camp and receive $100 off camp registration.

       

      SCHOLARSHIPS

      • Limited partial scholarships are available, download a scholarship application. For more information please call 440-967-4861.
      Is there a discount for siblings?

      Yes! For families that send three or more overnight campers, each camper from the same family will receive a $25 discount. To receive the discount, all registrations and payments must be mailed in the same envelope, faxed, or registered online together. The Family Plan discount does not apply to Day Camp.

      Does Beulah offer scholarships?

      Yes. Download the scholarship application.

      Can I transfer registration to a different week or camper?

      A camp fee can be transferred as a camp fee to another camper of same sex attending camp OR as credit towards a camp fee of any camper attending another camp subject to availability. The camp fee charged will be the appropriate fee based on the date the transfer is made. No transfers may be made within 7 days prior to the start of a camp. Please notify us at 440-967-4861 if you intend to transfer a fee.

      If cancellation is made more than 7 days before camp starts, a refund will be issued less a $50 non-refundable processing fee for overnight camp ($30 for DayCamp). No cancellations, refunds, or transfers to or from a camp can be made in the 7 days prior to camp starting, or after the camp has started.

      What if the camp I would like to send my camper to is listed as CLOSED?

      If a camp is listed as CLOSED it means that we have reached our maximum capacity for that camp and we are unable to take any further registrations. You may submit your name and phone number to be put on the waiting list and in the event that a spot opens up you will be contacted. Openings will be filled by those on the waiting list in the order in which they are received. If you are unable to get your child into the desired camp we recommend looking at the other camp options offered for which you child would be eligible.

      What are the payment options for registration?

      The full cost of registration is due when you register. Check with your church if there are scholarships or discounts on the cost.

      Overnight & Day Camp

      What should I pack for my child?

      A complete packing list can be found on the webpage of each camp:

      • Overnight Camp
      • Day Camp

      PLEASE DO NOT SEND computers, ipads, cell phones, iPods/mp3’s, gaming devices, bikes, skateboards, matches or lighters. Short shorts, spaghetti strap tops, and clothing items promoting alcohol or drugs are not appropriate attire for camp. Campers with electronic devices, including cell phones, will be asked to give them to their counselor for the remainder of the week.

      How do you handle camp check-in/out?

      Overnight Camp

      • Opending Day: It will be a party! You can anticipate staff members jumping up and down, so excited that you’re finally at camp! Check-in begins at 4pm on Sunday. You should plan to arrive no later than 4:15pm. When you arrive at Beulah Beach, follow the directional signs and crazy staff members and park on the soccer field. You have two options at this point. You can either bring your camper’s belongings with you to the Check-In line and we’ll move it into their room for you OR you can drop your camper off at Check-In and then go move in their belongings yourself.
      • Camp Closing: On Closing Day, please plan to arrive at camp between 10:45-11:15 A.M. The Closing Ceremony will take place in the Center at 11:30 A.M. After the Closing Ceremony, you’ll break off into the campers’ counseling groups and get your camper’s Character Quality Award and officially sign your camper out. After that, you’re free to join us for lunch (on us!), check out “The Dock”, and load your camper’s stuff into your car.

          Day Camp

          • Drop-off: It will be a party! You can anticipate staff members jumping up and down, so excited that you’re finally at camp! When you arrive at Beulah Beach, follow the directional signs and crazy staff members and park near the playground. Bring your camper up to the Check-In tables and just watch how excited we are to have you at camp!
          • Pick-Up: We want to make sure your kids are safe, so we need you to sign your camper out every day with your camper’s counselor.
          Day Camp: What time do I drop off/pick up my camper?

          Drop off begins at 7:30am on the playground. Please plan to arrive no later than 8:15am to drop off your child.
          Pick up begins at 5:00pm on the playground. Please plan to arrive no later than 5:15pm to pick up your child.

          What do I do in order to pick up my camper early?

          Please let us know when you drop your camper off so that the proper forms can be filled out and arrangements made. In the event of an emergency please contact the main office at 440-967-4861 in order to make the proper arrangements.

          If I sign my child up for more than one camp will the experience be the same every week?

          If your child attends more than one week of camp within the same program the experience will be similar.

          Our Day Camp program is designed to vary slightly from week to week but many elements remain the same each week. If your child attends multiple weeks they will have the opportunity to build relationships with several different counselors as well as with other campers that attend weekly but also make new friends every week!
          If your child attends multiple overnight camps their experience will vary further as each week is designed to have a different emphasis. For instance campers will have a very different experience at Sports Camp than at Splash Camp, however elements of theme and programing will be very similar.

          Will my Day Camper have the same counselor all week?

          Yes! Your camper will be in the same counseling group for the entire week. If you are coming back for another week and love your counselor, request to have your camper be in their group again!

          Can I request a counselor for my camper?

          Yes! We have many of our counselors return every year, and if the counselor you request will be on staff that week, we’ll do everything we can to make sure your camper is in their group! Just email registrar@bbeach.org at least two weeks prior to camp starting and we will do everything we can!

          How many other campers will be in my child's group?

          We strive to keep an 8:1 camper to staff ratio. We try and keep the groups even smaller than that if we can because we think it makes the camp experience even better!

          How will my child's roommates be chosen?

          When you submit your child’s registration form you have the option to request up to 3 roommates. It is our policy to honor roommate requests made at least two weeks prior to the beginning of the camp, however, roommate requestscannot be guaranteed. To be sure no roommates are closed out of a camp when it fills up, we suggest registering at the same time. We do our best to make sure each camper has at least one of their requested roommates, if not all 3. Even though 2 campers may request each, other the other requests on the form may not match. In that case large, rooming groups will be assigned to two adjacent rooms. We will see to it that those campers are also in the same counseling group. To avoid excluding anyone, campers that do not request roommates will be placed into counseling groups with at least one other camper that did not request a roommate and others similar in age.

          How do I request my child be placed with another friend/relative?

          When you register for camp, there is a friend request section on the form so that campers can be with their siblings and/or friends. We do everything we can to make sure every camper is grouped with their requested friend.

          What does a typical day look like?

          Day Camp

          This is a schedule for a typical day at  Day Camp, however we change things all the time to keep things new and exciting!

          7:30
          9:00
          9:30
          10:30
          12:00 
          1:00
          1:45
          2:30
          3:00
          4:45
          5:00
          Drop-off and Morning Madness
          Breakfast
          Counselor Time
          Activity Block (sports, zipline, etc.)
          The Mix
          Lunch
          Activity Time
          Break
          Beach Time
          Clean Up
          Pick-up at the Playground

          Overnight Camp

          This is a schedule for a typical day at  overnight camp, however we change things all the time to keep thingsnew and exciting!

          8:00
          8:30
          9:00
          9:30
          10:00
          12:00
          12:45
          1:15
          2:00
          4:00
          5:00
          5:45
          7:00
          8:00
          9:15
          9:45
          10:15
          Wake Up
          Breakfast
          Morning Mix
          Group Devotions
          Morning Activity Block (sports, splash classes, etc.)
          Lunch
          Chill Time
          Optional “Dive Deeper” Leadership Track
          Free Time
          All-Camp Activity
          Dinner
          Evening Activity Block
          Sunset and Snack Shack
          Evening Mix
          Campfire
          Group Devotions
          Lights Out
          Lights Out time changes quite a bit, depending on the age of our campers. It will be closer to 9:30 for our youngest campers and midnight for our oldest campers.
          What activities will my campers get to participate in?

          It depends which camp your camper decides on because we literally have too many activities to do in just one week! All of our campers will get to do the following activities: Zipline, Giant Swing, Rockwall, Canoes and Paddleboats, Tubing, Jetski Rides, Game Room,  FunZone Games, sports, swimming (pool and lake). We have other activities such as paintball, high and low ropes courses, hayrides, and campouts which only some camps have in their schedule.

          Will my child fit in and be accepted at Beulah Beach?

          Here at Beulah Beach, we take pride in being a camp for every kind of kid. Whatever your camper’s interests are, we are trying to create something that they will love doing at camp. We sincerely believe your camper will love being here, even if they aren’t sure about it all yet!

          What will my camper's spiritual experience be like?

          God is not boring and we don’t think camp should be either! Our philosophy of camp ministry is to show every camper that being in love with Jesus and having a relationship with Him is the coolest, most amazing, fun thing in the world! We put a staff in front of your kids that is on fire for Jesus Christ! Every day, your camper will get to be a part of a “mix”, group discussions with their counselor, and that’s just the start of it! Every single aspect of camp at Beulah Beach is programmed to make Jesus’ name greater.

          Will my child grow spiritually?

          Every member of our staff is follower of Christ and is dedicated to praying for the campers before they even reach the grounds of Beulah Beach. It is the mission of Beulah Beach to see our guests encounter Christ in an authentic life-changing way. Our staff  will share truths from God’s word daily and boldly proclaim who Christ is through testimony, prayer, worship, and the Bible. Campers will attend Mixes every day where they will not only enjoy hilarious skits but dynamic worship and relevant speakers that engage them at their level. They will be encouraged to read God’s word daily, be faithful in prayer, and share their faith. As they spend time in small groups with their counselor they will find a place where they can feel comfortable sharing their heart with the group and support each other by praying together.  We understand that following Christ is a personal decision for each camper and we rejoice with them as they reach that decision.

          Beulah Beach is a ministry of the Christian and Missionary Alliance. See our Statement of Faith.

          Will my child need money?

          Yes. Campers can bring money for Snak Shak and pop machines ($1.50 20oz. bottle). Please send your camper with bills $10 or smaller so they can avoid delays at the Snak Shak. Pop machines like dollar bills and quarters best!

          “The Dock”, our Beulah Beach giftshop, is open on closing day and can take cash, check, or credit card (Visa, MasterCard, and Discover only).

          An additional cost of $20 (plus any extra paint) will be required to play paintball. 

          How can I see photos of my child?

          On our Parentsphere site, we’ll upload pictures every day of all the fun activities of camp. In your Parent Survival Guide that you receive at Check-In, we’ll give you the password so that you can see all the pictures!

          Why can't I find my child in the Smugmug Photo Gallery?

          Our media staff strives to capture as many moments as possible throughout your camper’s experience at Beulah Beach. However, we do have a limited staff to cover multiple ongoing camps. As photos are captured throughout the day they are processed and uploaded so that they can be viewed. Mid-week every camper gets a photo with their counselor and their counseling group which is uploaded to a separate gallery to make it easier to find your camper’s photo. The password to access your camper’s gallery was provided on the Parent Survival Guide you received at check in.

          How do I communicate with my camper while they are at camp?

          You can send your camper email or regular mail. To send email click here and scroll down. To ensure timely delivery packages and letters should be mailed no later than Tuesday. All mail received before 1pm will be distributed the same day. Mail arriving after 1pm will be delivered on the next day. Please be sure that your mail is labeled as follows:

          (camper name here)
          (camp attending here)
          c/o (counselor name here)
          6101 W. Lake Rd.
          Vermilion, OH 44089

          To ensure camper safety and to provide the best experience we ask that parents do not visit while the camp is ongoing.

           

          Does Beulah Beach provide breakfast?

          Yes. Both Day Camp and Overnight Camp are served a hot breakfast everyday. Day Camp is served at 9am every morning and Overnight Camp is served between 7:30-8:30 am depending on the camp schedule.

          What do I do if my child requires a special diet or has a food allergy?

          Our chef and kitchen staff are happy to help accomodate any dietary needs. Please be sure to note any special dietary needs or allergies on your child’s registration form. You can also contact the office at 440-967-4861 to speak to someone directly regarding making food arrangements for your child.

          What do I do if my child has medication?

          If you will be bringing any medications, whether over-the-counter (ie. for seasonal allergies) or prescription, your parent or guardian will need to fill out our Medication Authorization Form PRIOR TO your arrival to camp, in order to ensure that all medications are brought under the proper specifications as listed on the form. Please bring all medications in their original container when you come to check in. The nurse will have all of your camper’s medications and distribute them at different times during the day. All of our counselors have also received a list of any medical issues and will see to it that campers with epi-pens and inhalers that need to stay with campers are dealt with appropriately!

          How does Beulah Beach handle medical care for campers?

          Safety first! Activities are a huge component to camp at Beulah Beach, but the safety and well-being of your camper is our first priority. Every part of our program is designed with safety in mind. We have a Camp Nurse on staff if there are any accidents or sicknesses. All staff members are CPR certified and all lifeguards first aid and AED certified as well so that in the event of an emergency there will a prompt and appropriate response to the situation.The nurse will have all of your camper’s medications and distribute them at different times during the day. If your camper will be bringing any medications, whether over-the-counter (ie. for seasonal allergies) or prescription, the parent/guardian will need to fill out the Medication Authorization Form PRIOR TO arrival to camp, in order to ensure that all medications are brought under the proper specifications as listed on the form. If your child’s medication changes in type and/or frequency of use after your submit the Medication Authorization Form please be sure to alert the nurse when you bring your child to check in for camp as medication can only be delivered in the manner which is authorized by the parent/guardian’s consent on that form.

          A parent/guardian will be contacted in the event of an emergency such as:

          • When a camper is taken off-site for professional medical treatment.
          • When a camper has had a significant accident that causes injury – major bumps, bruises, cuts, etc.
          • Any time there is something out of the ordinary – seizures, severe allergic reaction, etc.
          How do I contact my camp in case of emergency?

          Call the office at (440) 967-4861.

          How do you avoid sunburn and dehydration?

          We ask that all campers bring sunscreen and a water bottle to camp. Counselors will ask campers to re-apply sunscreen any time they are going to spend significant time in the sun. Because our campers tend to spend significant time in the water we recommend a water-proof high SPF sunscreen. Campers will have the opportunity to refill their water bottles regularly and are also asked to drink at least one glass of water at each meal before other beverages. During especially hot days additional water coolers are provided around camp.

          Does Beulah Beach do any training regarding child abuse?

          Every staff member at Beulah Beach has gone through MinistrySafe Abuse Training Course. We do not let staff members even come to camp before they’ve completed the course and passed the test. In addition to this, we do additional training on abuse during our Staff Training Week. The safety of your camper is our FIRST priority. You can check out more about MinistrySafe at www.ministrysafe.com.

          What do I do if my child has special needs?

          Please contact the Beulah Beach office at 440-967-4861 for futher information before registering for camp to ensure that we can provide the proper care for your child.

          Beulah on the Road

          How Does Beulah Beach Hire Staff?

          This is the most important piece of our summer camp experience. We conduct personal one-on-one interviews with every person hired at Beulah Beach. The application process is long, extensive and detailed because we want to put the best counselors in the country with your kids. We receive many more applications than we have positions, so we truly are able to pick and choose the best college students to serve at Beulah Beach.

          Will my child's spiritual experience look like?

          God is not boring and we don’t think camp should be either! Our philosophy of camp ministry is to show every camper that being in love with Jesus and having a relationship with Him is the coolest, most amazing, fun thing in the world! We put a staff in front of your kids that is on fire for Jesus Christ! Every day, your camper will get to be a part of a “mix”, group discussions with their counselor, and that’s just the start of it! Every single aspect of camp at Beulah Beach is programmed to make Jesus’ name greater.

          Will my child fit in and be accepted at Beulah Beach?

          Here at Beulah Beach, we take pride in being a camp for every child. Whatever your camper’s interests, we strive to create something that they will love doing at camp. In the last four years, we have sent home only a few campers to homesickness. Your camper is going to LOVE being at Beulah Beach!

          What should I pack for my child?

          A packing list for BOTR can be found here.

          What time do I drop off/pick up my camper?

          Drop off is between 9:00 and 9:30 A.M. If you need to drop your child off earlier, please let us know when you register. Pick up is promptly at 4:00 P.M. If an adult other than the parents of a child are picking up, please fill out an “alternate pick-up form” located at the registration table.

          How do you handle camp check-in/out?

          Morning Check-In:

          • It will be a party! You can anticipate staff members jumping up and down, excited that your child is finally at camp! When you arrive at the church, you will check in at the registration tables. Your child will then enter a line to be introduced to the entire camp by name. Counselors will come dancing and cheering to welcome each and every camper!

          Afternoon Check-out:

          • Safety is our #1 priority during check-out. When you come to pick up your child, you will check in at the registration table and enter a line outside the gym. You MUST show your ID to check your camper out. The director will greet you in this line and a co-counselor will then escort you to your child’s counseling group in order for you to check her/him out and meet the counselor. You will then be escorted out of the gym by the co-counselor.
          What do I do in order to pick up my camper early?

          We would love for children to stay all day every day, but we do understand when a camper has to leave early. We’ve created an early release form that needs to be filled out by the parent AT MORNING CHECK-IN. This form will be available every day at the registration table. Our Camp Director will be ready to assist in bringing your child to the registration table at the time of early release.

          What needs to be completed before the first day of camp?

          Registration forms MUST be completed before camp starts. The deadline to register will vary from church to church, as some churches allow additional registrations the first day of camp. If your camper has any medications, be sure to list them on the medical form when registering.

          What does a typical day look like?

          Each day campers will participate in songs, skits, and dances to get their blood pumping! We have activity blocks that include water games, climbing the ROCKwall, demolishing best friends in a jousting competition, and many more activities outside! As a midday rest, we watch a portion of a movie. We have times of worship, a skit, and a message learning about what being a Christian is all about and how we can make Jesus our best friend. We finish the day off with more dancing and silly skits during Pick-Up time.

          What do I do if my child requires a special diet or has a food allergy?

          Check with your church for information on lunches. In most cases, lunch will need to be provided by the parent. Please inform us of the allergy when you register your child. If it is a severe allergy and your child cannot be around others eating certain foods, let us know that as well.

          What do I do if my child has medications?

          All medications are to be checked in during registration. Our staff will assist in administering medications to campers while they are with us. Please be sure to include these on the medical form when registering your camper.

          How does Beulah handle medical care for campers?

          Safety is our first priority at Beulah Beach. Our staff is trained in CPR, the Director is both CPR and First Aid certified, and most churches have a trained nurse on location during camp as well! Our staff is trained to make you feel safe, especially if your camper has food allergies, needs daily medications, or has other needs.

          If minor medical care is provided to your child, you will be informed by their counselor at pick-up. If a child needs emergency care, you will be notified immediately.

          How does Beulah Beach deal with behavior issues?

          We want to make sure every camper has an outstanding experience at camp, so there is a zero tolerance policy for bullying and disturbing behavior. We believe in positive reinforcement and removing privileges over other forms of disciplinary action. If a situation arises where this occurs, the child will be removed from the situation and both the counselor and camp director will find a solution that is best for everyone. If we feel that the situation would be best resolved somewhere other than camp, the Camp Director will call home and discuss those options.

          How do you avoid sunburn and dehydration?

          We ask that parents send sunscreen with campers. Our counselors will monitor and make sure that all of their campers are putting on sunscreen before outside activities. Every camper must also bring a water bottle. We have extra coolers of water at every outside activity.

          How do I contact my camp in case of emergency?

          In the case of an emergency, we ask that you call the church office, who will then inform our Camp Director of the situation. Our staff will do everything we can to prepare your child to leave quickly.

          How do I communicate with my camper while they are at camp?

          Giving your child the best camp experience means that they become immersed in our camp culture. Our counselors are trained and equipped with skills to handle separation anxiety and homesickness. Therefore, we ask that parents do not visit their children while they are at camp.

          Are there BOTR scholarships available?

          Check with your church for information on scholarships and discounts.

          What are the payment options for registration?

          The full cost of registration is due when you register. Check with your church if there are scholarships or discounts on the cost.

          How do I request my child be placed with another friend/relative?

          When you register for camp, there is a friend request section on the form so that campers can be with their siblings and/or friends. We do everything we can to make sure every camper is grouped with their requested friend.

          Contact Us

          6101 W. Lake Rd. Vermilion, OH 44089

          (440) 967-4861

          info@bbeach.org

          We are a year-round camp and retreat center, focused on engaging guest to encounter Christ!

          We believe in the power of camp and we exist to see lives forever changed for the Kingdom of God.

          Giving

          Every year dedicated volunteers and individuals spend countless hours and resources helping to make Beulah Beach a better place. Click here to get involved!

           

           

           

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