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More Camp Info
Directions / What To Bring
WE ARE EASY TO FIND:
Simply program your GPS to Latitude 42.776998600 and Longitude
-88.681375200, or the address below, or search us online. We are
approximately 50 miles from Milwaukee, Rockford and Madison, and
75 miles from Chicago.
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W7725 kETTlE mORAINE DR., WhITEWATER, WI 53190
We’re located on the
corner of Highway P
and Kettle Moraine Dr.,
just 2 miles south of the
city of Whitewater.
NECESSITIES:
Bible, pencil, paper, twin-sized bedding or sleeping bag,
pillow, towels, toiletries, spending money and swimwear (onepiece bathing suits for ladies). Separate swimming periods
will be scheduled for girls and guys.
DRESS:
in striving to maintain modesty and a Christ-honoring
atmosphere, we request you follow these dress guidelines:
GiRLS:
Bring dresses or skirts for services. (Skirts should cover the knee when
sitting, and any slits in skirts should be below the knee.) Loose-fitting
slacks or below-the-knee clothing is appropriate for activities. Shorts
above the knees, low necklines, sleeveless blouses or tight-fitting
clothing are not appropriate at any time. During Teen Week One,
ladies should not wear slacks.
GuyS:
Bring collared shirts and nice pants for services. Shorts are permitted
during swim times and teen sports competitions. Sleeveless shirts
are not appropriate at any time. Bring sweats or running pants to
wear over shorts to and from the lake front and sports competitions.
Family Swim Times - please wear dark colored clothing to
cover swim wear in water.
Please avoid clothing with inappropriate advertising. We
reserve the right to ask any camper to change if clothing is
considered to be inappropriate. These guidelines apply to all
campers and sponsors.
DO NOT bRINg:
Any electronic devices, cell phones, playing cards, fireworks,
knives, firearms, magazines, tobacco, alcoholic beverages or
drugs. We reserve the right to search bags if necessary.
RESERvATIONS:
All accommodations are reserved on a first-come, first-served
basis. Reservations cannot be confirmed or guaranteed
without advance registration.
CAMP iS Fun AnD ALSO A GReAT PLACe TO
Frequently Asked Questions:
CHuRCH
SPORTS
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SWinG
Camp Joy is pulpit-centered
THe BOG
in its program. Services are
exciting and fun to be a part of. young people
are reachedCRAFTS
through Bible Preaching that is
appropriate
for their age. Decisions are
SPeeD BOATS
counseled one-on-one with a trained staff
BATTinG CAGeS
member or sponsor and recorded so that the
ARCHeRy
home church and parent can follow-up after
GyMnASiuM
the week
of camp.
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Counselors are carefully
screened, well-trained
SCReen
and have at least
HOone
uSe
year of college training.
We have a healthcare
supervisor and two nurses
on the campground
to dispense medicines
and treat injuries. The
campground is secured
by locked facilities.
Q. How much are campers supervised?
A. Campers are assigned to their counselor at registration and stay
Program Includes:
with that counselor all week. The counselor stays in the cabin with
the campers, eats all meals with the campers, and sits with campers
in chapel. Junior and primary campers do all activities together as
a cabin. Teen campers participate in organized activities together
with their cabin or church. in theTeaching
afternoon, free
time is available
Respect
for
for teen campers to choose their activities.
Q. What about swim time safety? is there a lifeguard?
What if my child cannot swim?
A. A certified lifeguard is on duty during all swim times. Counsel-
ors are also at the lakefront to provide direction and safety. Any
camper wanting to participate in the swim times must pass a swimming test to be allowed out of the wading area. The buddy system
also helps counselors to supervise campers at the lakefront. Anyone
riding in a boat must wear a life vest in accordance with Wisconsin
God and Country
laws. Campers on the rope swing or super slide also wear a life vest.
Campers who do not want to swim may stay in the fireside room for
activities during swim time.
Q. What if a camper gets hurt at camp?
A. A nurse is always present on the grounds during each Junior,
Primary and Teen week. if the injury is minor, the nurse will give
appropriate first aid. if the injury requires more attention, the
camper will be taken to the closest medical facility. if parents can
be reached, they will be consulted before going to the doctor, as the
injury allows. The parents will also be consulted after seeing the
Sportsmanship
doctor if the doctor’s office has not already contacted them.
A clinic is available during business hours within 10 minutes of the
grounds. For emergencies, there are three hospitals approximately
30 minutes away.
Q.Learning
Will i need spending money while at camp?
A. yes. See some of the available activities and their costs listed
Outdoor
below.
• Skills
Camp offering (received during one service)
• Shops (Snack Shack, Craft Shop, Bookstore, General Store, Grill)
• Sermon audio recordings, $3 each message on CD, $10 for all
mp3 messages on CD, mp3 *free on jump drive
• Week-in-Review, $5 each on DVD, $2 on your own
jump drive
Teamwork
(available during summer camps)
*Camp Joy jump drive, $10 each
• Camp Joy t-shirts, approximately $10-15 Leadership
• Camp Joy hoodies, polos, dress shirts, $20-$30
Skills
• Paintball, $5 to rent equipment: semi-automatic rifle, mask,
CO2, and 25 rounds; $5 for additional 100 rounds, $2 for CO2
refill. $2 if campers bring their own equipment. & MORe!
• Family and Cabin Pictures, $.50 each (available during summer
junior and family camps)
CAMP iS Fun AnD ALSO A GReAT PLACe TO
Frequently Asked Questions:
CHuRCH
SPORTS
360 o
SWinG
Camp Joy is pulpit-centered
THe BOG
in its program. Services are
exciting and fun to be a part of. young people
are reached through
CRAFTS Bible Preaching that is
appropriate
their age. Decisions are
SPeeDforBOATS
counseled one-on-one with a trained staff
BATTinG CAGeS
member or sponsor and recorded so that the
ARCHeRy
home church and parent can follow-up after
GyMnASiuM
the week
of camp.
600 FT. SKy GLiDe
275 FT. WATeR SLiDe
CAMP JOy,
WHiTeWATeR Wi
AT:
ViSiT uS OnLine
RG
WWW.C AMPJOy.O
DeLiCOuS
FOOD!!!
For Parents’ Peace of Mind
TuBinG
ROP
HiGH ROPeS
COuRSe
CLiMBinG
WALL
LASeR TAG
& MORe!!!
e SWinG
Counselors are carefully
screened, well-trained
SCReen
and have at leastHone
OuSe
year of college training.
We have a healthcare
supervisor and two nurses
on the campground
to dispense medicines
and treat injuries. The
campground is secured
by locked facilities.
Q. How much are campers supervised?
A. Campers are assigned to their counselor at registration and stay
Program Includes:
with that counselor all week. The counselor stays in the cabin with
the campers, eats all meals with the campers, and sits with campers
in chapel. Junior and primary campers do all activities together as
a cabin. Teen campers participate in organized activities together
with their cabin or church. in the afternoon,
freeRespect
time is available
Teaching
for
for teen campers to choose their activities.
Q. What about swim time safety? is there a lifeguard?
What if my child cannot swim?
A. A certified lifeguard is on duty during all swim times. Counsel-
ors are also at the lakefront to provide direction and safety. Any
camper wanting to participate in the swim times must pass a swimming test to be allowed out of the wading area. The buddy system
also helps counselors to supervise campers at the lakefront. Anyone
riding in a boat must wear a life vest in accordance with Wisconsin
God and Country
laws. Campers on the rope swing or super slide also wear a life vest.
Campers who do not want to swim may stay in the fireside room for
activities during swim time.
Q. What if a camper gets hurt at camp?
A. A nurse is always present on the grounds during each Junior,
Primary and Teen week. if the injury is minor, the nurse will give
appropriate first aid. if the injury requires more attention, the
camper will be taken to the closest medical facility. if parents can
be reached, they will be consulted before going to the doctor, as the
injury allows. The parents will also be consulted after seeing the
Sportsmanship
doctor if the doctor’s office has not already contacted them.
A clinic is available during business hours within 10 minutes of the
grounds. For emergencies, there are three hospitals approximately
30 minutes away.
Q. Will
i need spending money while at camp?
Learning
A. yes. See some of the available activities and their costs listed
Outdoor
below.
• Skills
Camp offering (received during one service)
• Shops (Snack Shack, Craft Shop, Bookstore, General Store, Grill)
• Sermon audio recordings, $3 each message on CD, $10 for all
mp3 messages on CD, mp3 *free on jump drive
• Week-in-Review, $5 each on DVD, $2 on your ownTeamwork
jump drive
(available during summer camps)
*Camp Joy jump drive, $10 each
• Camp Joy t-shirts, approximately $10-15
Leadership
• Camp Joy hoodies, polos, dress shirts, $20-$30
Skills
• Paintball, $5 to rent equipment: semi-automatic rifle, mask,
CO2, and 25 rounds; $5 for additional 100 rounds, $2 for CO2
refill. $2 if campers bring their own equipment. & MORe!
• Family and Cabin Pictures, $.50 each (available during summer
junior and family camps)
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