• Bible and pen
  • Sleeping bag/sheets, pillow, and bath towel (Note: beds are either twin or double)
  • Clothes for the week: Modestly styled t-shirts, shorts, pants, jacket and/or sweatshirt. Campers are not allowed to wear tank tops due to the risk of shoulders getting sunburned, even though sunscreen is applied.
  • Toiletry Items (i.e., hairbrush, comb, deodorant, shampoo, body soap)
  • Beach towel, modest swimsuit, cover up
  • Tennis shoes, beach shoes, spare shoes
  • Fan, as there is no air-conditioning in the campers’ rooms
  • All prescription drugs (must be original containers with the name of the doctor, name and phone number of pharmacy, and detailed instructions)

Campers may also want to bring: Sun Block, Blanket, Hangers, Sunglasses, Insect Repellent, Watch, Alarm Clock
Campers may NOT bring: Electronic Devices, Cell Phones, Candy, Food, Weapons, Drugs, Tobacco, or Money. Any of these items brought to Camp will be taken until Camp is over.

Our daily schedule looks something like this:

  • Kids wake up around 7am
  • Breakfast
  • Individual Devotions
  • Morning Chapel
  • Sports
  • Lunch
  • Afternoon Activities (including paintball, archery, zip line, & crafts)
  • Swimming
  • Group Devotions
  • Dinner
  • Evening Chapel
  • Main Event (fun group games)
  • Snack
  • Kids are in bed around 9:30pm

Parents are welcome to send mail to their campers. It is important that letters and packages be mailed early during the week (probably by the Tuesday morning of camp) to ensure delivery. Please DO NOT mail money or large packages. Send mail to the following address ONLY during the week of camp:

Camper’s Name, Jr Camp, c/o Beulah Beach, 6101 West Lake Rd., Vermilion, OH 44089

Please note that we cannot have food items in the dorm rooms to keep from attracting unwelcome critters. Any food/perishable items brought by or sent to campers will be kept by their counselor, then offered to the camper during snack or pool/lake time.

Parents are permitted to visit camp, but it is not encouraged. We also discourage parents from calling their children and children calling home. We find that campers get a lot more out of camp when they can be fully engaged with the excitement of the week. We are especially sensitive to campers who may be homesick, and we won’t hesitate to call home if it’s needed. If absolutely necessary, contact with your child may be made by calling your church group’s leader or by emailing [email protected].

A licensed, professional medical professional will be there to help make camp a safe, healthy environment and to ensure that campers’ basic medical needs are met. The camp medical team oversees the administration of all prescription medication sent to Camp and non-prescription medication given as needed. If your child has medical needs, including the need to take prescription drugs, please fully complete all medical information on the registration form and feel free to speak with the medical team when you arrive.

Please contact your Children’s Director for further information before registering for camp to ensure that we can provide the proper care for your child.

Beulah Beach Camp provides breakfast, lunch, and dinner for campers in the Lakefront Cafeteria. Meals are served buffet style and feature kid-friendly balanced meal choices. Lunch and dinner also include a salad bar. Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are always available at mealtimes. Meals are planned and prepared by a full-time chef. If your child has special dietary needs, please note it on your child’s registration form, or email [email protected].