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What time does camp start?

What time is camp over?

Can my son/daughter room with their friend?

What kind of activities will campers participate in at FC Texas Camp?

What is the dress code?

What are the rules at camp?

What is the cost?

What does the cost include?

Will my son/daughter need additional money at camp?

How can I make a payment?

Are there any payment plan options?

What does my son/daughter need to bring to camp?

What kind of medical personnel does FC Texas Camp have on staff?

Where can I find the forms required for my son/daughter to attend camp?

When does registration open?

What menu options are there for campers with dietary restrictions?


What time does camp start?

Summer Camp starts at 3:00PM on Sunday. Winter Camp starts at 3:00PM on the first day of camp. For Winter Camp this day changes based on the New Years Holiday. To be fair to everyone, there will be no drop offs before 3:00PM.

What time is camp over?

Summer Camp is over on Saturday morning at 10:00AM. Winter Camp is over on the final morning at 10:00AM. For Winter Camp this day changes based on the New Years Holiday. Campers have responsibilities until this time. Due to these responsibilities as well as other schedule interruptions, if campers are checked out prior to 10:00AM, there will be a clean-up fee of $15.00 per camper, collected at time of pick-up. Please note, during summer camp NO checkouts can be performed on the final night of camp, during the awards ceremony or the slide show. If pick-up is necessary, it must be before or after these activities. Camper pickup ends at noon. Due to excessive abuse of checkout times, if campers are picked up after 12:00PM on Saturday (or the final day of Winter Camp), there will be an additional charge of $25.00 per camper, per hour, collected at time of pick-up.

Can my son/daughter room with their friend?

If you wish to room with someone specific, please let us know when you send in your medical release forms. However, younger campers will not be allowed to move up to room with older campers.

What kind of activities will campers participate in at FC Texas Camp?

The daily camp schedule includes devotions, Bible classes, singing, sports, hiking, games, water sports (summer camp) and regular meals. There is also entertainment each evening, including a counselor talent show, a terrific variety show staged by the campers themselves, a banquet (Summer Camp) and New Year's Eve Party (Winter Camp).

What is the dress code?

Camp is conducted in a spiritual atmosphere, which includes wearing modest apparel. Campers will be required to wear clothing which meets certain standards.
Following the standards of dress set forth in the Florida College Student Handbook, all skirts or pants "must be touching the kneecap." Play-skirts, jeans or knee-length shorts are recommended for girls; halters or backless dresses will not be worn at camp. Boys must wear jeans or knee-length shorts and must wear a shirt at all times, which do not hang open on the sides. This clothing will be acceptable at all camp functions.

What are the rules at camp?

Each camper is expected to follow camp rules. Tobacco, alcoholic beverages, and unprescribed drugs will not be allowed. Stealing, profanity, possession of weapons of any kind, or abuse of camp facilities will not be tolerated. Additionally, firecrackers, shaving cream and water balloon fights are prohibited. Disrespectfulness to counselors and failure to follow their instructions will not be tolerated. Offenders of any of the camp rules are subject to being sent home at the discretion of the camp director, with no refund. A complete list of the rules can be found here.

What is the cost?

What does the cost include?

The cost will cover room and board as well as all activities. If paying by check, make payable to: Florida College Booster Club. For Summer Camp a reservation is made when the camp deposit is met. For Winter Camp a reservation is made when paid in full. Any campers that register with only 3 weeks left until camp may not receive a camp shirt.

Will my son/daughter need additional money at camp?

At Junior Camp campers do not require any additional money. At Senior Camp and Winter camp we offer a danteen (consession stand) for the campers to purchase candy and drinks from.

How can I make a payment?

You can make a payment via check or credit/debit card. If paying by check, make payable to: Florida College Booster Club. If you would like to pay by credit/debit card you can do so here for Summer Camp or here for Winter Camp.

Are there any payment plan options?

Yes. Please contact us to set up a payment plan. The sooner this is done the better.

What does my son/daughter need to bring to camp?

Here are a few suggested items to bring to camp
   Paper Bible (no electronics)
   Clothing
   Knee-length Robe (or the like) to travel to and from shower
   Pajamas
   Soap
   Personal Items
   Towels and Washcloths
   Sleeping Bag or Bed Linens
   Insect Repellent
   Sun Screen
   Musical Instruments (Optional)
   Athletic Equipment (Optional)

What kind of medical personnel does FC Texas Camp have on staff?

All of our camps have multiple medical personnel on staff, including doctors, EMTs and nurses.

Where can I find the forms required for my son/daughter to attend camp?

The required Medical Release Form can be found here, and the Release and Indemnity Agreement for can be found here. Both forms are required for a camper to attend.

When does registration open?

Registration opens in March for Summer Camp and in November for Winter Camp.

What menu options are there for campers with dietary restrictions?

We offer a variety of menu options for campers at every meal. A full menu is available via email as camp draws closer. Along with a hot meal we also offer a salad bar at lunch and dinner. If a camper still has dietary restrictions that equires him/her to bring their own food, refriderated space will be provided as needed.