Summer Camp – JRH 2024

July 1 - 5  |  Thousand Pines

Who: Current 6th-7th graders

When: July 1-5

Cost: $599

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Sibling Discount: $50 dollars off per camper for families sending multiple children to camp!
Early Bird: $50 off final payment for the first 250 kids signed up for camp!


How do I register?

Go HERE and complete the registration! A $99 deposit will be due at the time of registration.

How much does camp cost?

Kids Camp (current 4th & 5th graders) costs $649,
JRH Camp (current 6th & 7th graders) costs $599,
HS Camp (current 8th-12th graders) $699

How do I request financial assistance?

Financial assistance is available based on need. During the registration process, check “Yes” when asked if you need financial aid. An email questionnaire will be sent to you. Financial assistance will be awarded after the 2nd payment is made (May 1). We are unable to offer 100% scholarships for camp.

How do I make payments on my camp account?

You can read more about how to make a camp payment here.

Updated Payment PDF

When are camp payments due?

There is a $99 deposit due at time of registration. Half of your balance is due on May 1. The remaining balance is due June 1.

Do you have any fundraising ideas?

We know the cost of camp can be daunting, especially if you have more than one child. We strongly encourage you to involve the whole family and especially the camper to help fundraise for camp. This increases a sense of appreciation and ownership in their spiritual development. Recycling, yard work, housework, and notably sponsor letters have all proven helpful in raising money for camp.

Are there any discounts available for camp?

Yes! The first 250 campers to register will receive $50 off their final balance for camp. If you are sending multiple kids to camp, we also offer a sibling discount of $50 per camper.

What is your cancellation policy?

If, after signing up, your camper is unable to attend camp, please contact us as soon as you are aware at Refunds are dependent on the dates outlined in our camp refund policy.

How do kids get to and from camp?

Campers will meet at HDC Victorville, where they will take buses to and from camp. You will get more details about check-in day as we get closer to camp!

When is drop off and pick up?

Junior High will check in to camp on Monday, July 1 at HDC Victorville at 8am. We will arrive home on Friday, July 5 around 11am.

Who are the counselors?

Our camp counselors are volunteer leaders who are background-checked, trained on safety, equipped to care for students and share the gospel.

Can I make friend requests?

Yes! We will do our best to accommodate your request, but we cannot make guarantees. Please provide friend requests when you register your child.

When will I find out my child’s team color and cabin assignment?

We will notify parents closer to camp as soon as Thousand Pines gives us our team colors.

Can my kid bring their phone or other electronics to camp?

We have a strict no-electronic policy at camp. If there is an emergency, please contact Thousand Pines directly at (909)-338-2705.

Can campers call home or can parents call campers during camp?

Thousand Pines does not make phone services available for campers. Students are not able to make or receive phone calls during camp. If there is an extreme case involving your child at camp that warrants parental contact (i.e. discipline, extreme homesickness, injury, etc.) you will be contacted by our staff.

Are visitors allowed at camp?

For the safety of all campers, Thousand Pines DOES NOT allow visits by anyone other than church staff during camp. Early arrival or pick-up of campers by parents is permitted in certain cases – they must be arranged in advance with church and camp staff.

Is there a packing list?

Yes! Please make sure to label all of your camper’s items.
Check out the packing list here!

Packing List PDF

How do I send mail to my camper?

To ensure mail reaches your camper while they are at camp, please either:

  1. Pack any letters, cards, or packages in your camper’s suitcase for them to find once they arrive at camp.
  2. Give camper mail to your students counselor on departure day. Please ensure that each piece of camper mail is labeled with the camper’s first and last name and the desired delivery day.
Does the camp accommodate dietary needs?

Yes, please indicate your child’s dietary needs on their Thousand Pines registration.

How does the camp handle medications, injuries, and sickness?

Students will be responsible for their medication at camp. Please pack their medication in their luggage accordingly. There is a nurse on staff at Thousand Pines who will take care of any students who get hurt or who get ill during camp. In certain cases, the nurse will assess the situation, and if necessary, students may be required to return home based on the severity of their condition.

Does my camper need spending money?

Students can spend money on both snacks and Camp merch. Thousand Pines does accept both cash and prepaid visa cards. We recommend that your student brings $50-75. Keep in mind merch pricing is around $15-40.

Can I see pictures of my camper while they are at camp?

Follow @hdcstudents on Instagram to see pictures our HDC staff is taking during the week.