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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

WHAT TIME DO THE BUSES LOAD?
We have moved the pick-up to Northside Drive Baptist Church 3100 Northside Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30305 (right next to the Caribou Coffee but much safer and more controlled) pick-up: 8:10 until 8:25 a.m. 


WHAT TIME DO BUSES RETURN? 
Northside Drive Baptist Church 3100 Northside Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30305 (right next to the Caribou Coffee but much safer and more controlled) drop-off: 3:00pm to 3:15pm. Any camper left after 3:15 will be returned to camp for their safety with the counselor on the bus, unless otherwise communicated. 

CAR RIDERS SCHEDULE? 
Drop-off at camp is at 9:15 and pick-up is at 2:15. Please drive slow!


WHAT TO BRING TO CAMP? 
Bathing suit, towel & lunch. Camp provides a drink at lunch.

WHERE IS CAMP LOCATED? 
5242 Wade Green Road Acworth, GA 30102. North of Atlanta just inside Cherokee County on Wade Green Road (Exit 273). Our nearest landmark is Kennesaw State University located just one exit south of Wade Green. For directions, check out the contact page.

MAY WE VISIT CAMP? 
Yes, of course! As we do not have a special visitation day, individual visits are arranged by calling the camp office at (678) 369-0780. Please do not ask to visit camp the weekend prior to our first day of camp

WHEN WILL THE TUITION BALANCE BE DUE?

Full Tuition due with application. Refundable until May 10, 2017

IF MY CAMPER IS NOT AN EXPERIENCED SWIMMER, CAN THEY STILL PARTICIPATE? WHEN WILL THE TUITION BALANCE BE DUE

Of course they can! On the first day of camp, we do a swim test for every camper with our certified lifeguard instructor at which time we evaluate their abilities and comfort in the water. If they are uncomfortable/still learning, we provide them with a life jacket or noodle and keep them in the shallow end, while continuing to monitor and help them along. During canoeing, they will be in a canoe with a counselor to avoid any anxiety or accidental tip-overs.

HOW DO YOU HANDLE PEANUT ALLERGIES?

We have a "peanut-free" lunch area that campers with allergies can eat at with no worries of making contact with peanuts.