Got questions about Kids Camp? We've got answers,

Check out the FAQ below and if you still have questions, contact our youth team at


Arrive at Traders Point Northwest (6590 S Indianapolis Road, Whitestown) at 10 AM on Monday, June 3 for check-in. Please come with your camper to check them in. 

Put all your stuff in ONE suitcase, and one small personal item (to carry on the bus).

  • Bedding: Bring twin-sized sheets, a sleeping bag, and a pillow inside a trash bag with your name on it.
    Pro Tip: Bring an extra trash bag with your name on it ready for the return trip!
  • Casual clothing for four days, including:
    - Mostly shorts and t-shirts plus a couple of outfits that can get wet/dirty (just in case!)
    - Pajamas
    - A sweatshirt and jeans in case you get chilly
    - Modest swimwear for the pool / lake
    - Shoes (comfortable shoes for walking and sandals that can get wet at the lake/pool/shower are recommended!)
  • Toiletries
  • Towels for the shower and pool / lake
  • Prescription and necessary over-the-counter medications in their original packages. (Do not pack in your suitcase; you'll hand these to the Safety team at check-in)
  • Sunscreen, lip balm, hat, sunglasses, etc.
  • Refillable water bottle
  • Bible and pen
  • A little bit of spending money for the Snack Shack/ Offering / CIY Store.


  • Anything valuable that you really care about!
  • Weapons of any kind
  • Drugs, alcohol, or tobacco products
  • Refrigerators, A/C Units, TVs, etc.

We'll return to Traders Point Northwest around 11 am on Friday, June 7.

The cost of camp includes all meals, housing for 5 days and 4 nights, and all camp-related programming and activities.

Payment Schedule
  • $100 non-refundable deposit is due at the time of registration.
  • $100 non-refundable deposit is due by Friday, March 1.
  • Remaining balance is due by Friday, May 3.
Is financial assistance available?

We don’t want finances to be a barrier for anyone who wants to come to Middle School Camp. Scholarships are available based on need and availability. For more information on how to apply, email

You can include all food allergies and dietary restrictions on the camper registration form. Accommodations for food allergies will be made during all mealtimes.

Absolutely, but there are a few things to know: we ask campers to leave their phones in their cabins during activities, sessions, and group times, and all phones must be turned off and turned into their leader at lights out. We do this to help reduce distractions and help campers get good sleep every night.

During the week, campers will be in groups where they can hang out and talk about what they’re learning. Groups have anywhere from six to twelve students and are led by leaders who have gone through Traders Point Youth’s onboarding process, which includes a background check, staff interview, orientation, and training. There will be approximately one adult for every four students on the trip.

Students will stay in cabins at SpringHill that house 10-16 people. All cabins are air-conditioned and have a nearby bathroom. All housing will consist of individuals of the same biological sex.

We want every student to be able to attend camp and understand that late arrivals and early pickups might be necessary. Due to the number of participants, late arrivals are only allowed through 9 p.m. on June 3, and early departures are permitted from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. on June 6.

We will take charter buses (with bathrooms) to and from Middle School Camp. Buses will depart from and return to Traders Point Christian Church Northwest. Country Lake is approximately two hours away.

All allergies and medical conditions should be submitted during camper registration. Accommodations for food allergies will be made during all mealtimes.

Medical volunteers will be on-site to administer any medication. Please note that all medications are collected at camp drop-off. Our Safety Team will take care of receiving them and administering them throughout camp. No over-the-counter medications should be in campers' luggage, and medications should be brought in their original container.

 If you’d like to learn more about leading at Middle School Camp, contact Tyler at