ELEMENTARY CAMPS

JUNIOR HIGH CAMPS

SENIOR HIGH CAMPS

WORSHIP ARTS CAMPS

SCHOLARSHIPS

Blue Lake's desire is that NO camper will be turned away due to financial hardship.
If financial assistance is needed, we have a few options available!

PARTIAL SCHOLARSHIPS

CAMPERSHIPS

If you just need some assistance getting your child to camp, this option is for you! Throughout the year when we host various camps and retreats, we give the campers and volunteers a chance to donate to Blue Lake. Any money collected during these opportunities goes directly into our Scholarship Fund. With this money we do our best to give assistance to as many families as we can so no one is left at home due to finances!

Application Deadline: TBD

FULL SCHOLARSHIPS

EACH ONE, REACH ONE

This program is the newest addition to our fundraising and donating options! This program allows church groups, clubs, Sunday School classes, or even a group of friends can come together to sponsor a child to go to camp.
When the group donates enough to send a child to camp, they are paired with that child's family so the group can pray for the child and their time at camp.

Application Deadline: TBD

IMPORTANT:

When applying for a scholarship, BOTH the Scholarship Application and the Camper Registration Forms
need to be printed, filled out and MAILED or FAXED to Blue Lake.

CHURCHES / VOLUNTEERS

We rely on (background checked) volunteers to keep our campers safe. When campers attend with their church, we expect the churches to provide enough adults to meet the appropriate ratios (6:1 for elementary camps, 8:1 for youth camps). 

Additionally, adults that attend camp are invited and expected to be active participants in all aspects of camp. Our summer staff will lead most activities through the week, but adults may be asked to assist in things like leading a small group devotional or assist with arts and crafts facilitation. Adults who are enthusiastic and lead by example will make their camper's experience that much more impactful!

IMPORTANT VOLUNTEER INFORMATION

All summer volunteers must complete and turn in our Safe Sanctuaries Covenant handout along with their registration.
Please take time to read the training document below. Then sign the Covenant form that is already attached to your paper registration.

YOUR REGISTRATION WILL NOT BE COMPLETE WITHOUT THIS TRAINING

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Cancellations made more than 2 weeks before your camp session begins are eligible for a full refund minus the $50 non-refundable fee.  Cancellations for any reason less than 2 weeks before your camp session is completely non-refundable.​

Blue Lake can accommodate most dietary restrictions and allergies, please include all necessary information on your child's health form so our kitchen staff will have adequate time to prepare. If you have additional concerns feel free to give us a call.

Blue Lake will have a healthcare provider at all times to dispense medications as directed and needed.  Please bring original pharmacy containers with labels for prescription medications showing the prescribed name and how the medication should be given.  All over the counter medication must be labeled with name and instructions as well.  Provide ONLY enough medication to last the entire week at camp.

We are happy to accommodate late arrivals or leaving early, however we need to be notified ahead of time. Call our office to set up your camper's early pick up or late drop off.

YES! Campers love to receive mail throughout their week at camp. Our mailing address is 8500 Oakwood Lane, Andalusia, AL 36420. Make sure to include your camper's name AND camp they are attending. If you don't know the camp name, please include the church they are at camp with. We also recommend putting your letter in the mail the week before so it arrives during the correct week!