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Preteen Camp

June 1-4, 2024

Come learn about Jesus in a safe, thrilling environment at Lake Lavon! Kids who have completed 3 rd – 6 th grade are invited to join Lakeside for 4 days of jam-packed fun at Preteen Camp. Campers will spend their week blobbing, sliding, and diving their way into the word of God.

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Registration Due by May 5, 2024

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Theme Verse

For Everyone born of God Overcomes the world. This is the victory that has overcome the world, even our faith. Who is it that overcomes the world? Only the one who believes that Jesus is the Son of God.

1 John 5:4-5

Campers and Staff will board the bus in the Lakeside Parking lot on Saturday June 1 st at 9:00 AM. We will return on Tuesday evening, June 4 th . A more detailed daily schedule will be distributed when one is available.

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While at Lake Lavon Camp, campers can expect to attend large group worship sessions, compete with other churches, play group games, swim at the pool and lake, race Go-Karts, and traverse the ropes course.

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Schedule & Activities

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Cost

$200 PER CAMPER

About Lake Lavon Camp

Lake Lavon Camp is located on the shores of Lake Lavon in Princeton, TX. The Camp was founded in 1951 and strives to provide churches, schools, and community groups with a place to connect with God in a fun environment. Their purpose is to create an authentic camp experience that intentionally leads students to the life-saving knowledge of Christ and encourages them to build a relationship with Christ that is authentic and deeply rooted.

What to Bring?

- T-shirts / Tops (no strapless)
- Shorts (Modest Length)
- One-Piece Swimsuit or long tankini (No bikinis)
- Pajamas
- Socks
- Close-toed Shoes
- Hat
- Water Bottle
- Twin Bed Sheets / Blanket / Sleeping Bag
- Pillow & Pillow Case

- Several Towels (for swimming and showering)
- Toiletries
- Sunscreen
- Bible / Journal for taking notes / pen
- Flashlight (optional)
- Insect Repellant (optional)
- Spending money (optional – for the Snack Shack         or Lakehouse Coffee and Gift Shop)

What NOT to pack!

- Crop Tops or low cut tops
- Web-enabled devices or video games
- Alcohol, Illegal drugs, or Tobacco products / vapes
- Weapons or fireworks
- Bikes or skateboards
- Pets
- Valuable or sentimental items that could be lost
- A bad attitude

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Health & Safety FAQ's:

What happens if my child gets sick or injured while at camp?
It is our hope that every camper will remain healthy and safe, allowing them to fully enjoy their
camp experience. Just in case though, Lake Lavon Camp’s Health Center is staffed with a
medical professional throughout every camp session. Our camp nurse resides on-site for the
entirety of the week and is on-call 27/7.


What is my child takes prescription medication?
All prescription medications can be sent to camp and turned into the camp nurse at the time of
check-in. These medications must be brought within their original bottle, labeled with the
recipients name. When packing prescription medication, we ask parents to place their child’s
medicine within a Ziplock bag that is clearly labeled with his/her name. Medication is never to be
kept within you child’s dorm, and church leaders are provided specific instructions to ensure this
rule is not violated for the safety of all campers.


Lake Lavon camp asks that all non-prescription medication such as: Tylenol, Advil, melatonin,
multi-vitamins, etc. be kept at home during your child’s time at camp.


What if my child has a food allergy?
Lake Lavon Camp is able to accommodate diets for nut, gluten, and dairy free allergies as well
as vegetarians. If your child has a severe allergy (any allergy that require an epi-pen), we ask
that you pack meals for them to bring to camp.


What if my child is not a strong swimmer?
Many of the activities at Lake Lavon are water-based. Because of this, each camper is required
to take a swim test on their first day. Once they complete the test, they will receive a color-
coded bracelet that indicates their swimming ability. If they are unable to pass the test or appear
to be a weak swimmer, they will be required to wear a lifejacket while in the pool to ensure their
safety. Life jackets are required in both the swim lake and lake front for all ages, regardless of
ability.

Additional safety information and policies can be viewed in this helpful Parent Guide

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