Choose the grade your child is heading to for a detailed camp itinerary.

Register for Session One
Adult Leader Registration

2pm | Drop Off

3-5pm | Free Time Everywhere

6pm | Dinner Meal Hall

7pm | Evening Session Auditorium

8:30pm | Small Groups Everywhere

9:30pm | Late Night

11pm | Daylight Cabins Only

8am | Breakfast Meal Hall

8:45am | Morning Rally Auditorium

9-10am | Organized Rec Field

10:30am | Morning Session Auditorium

11:30am | Small Group Time Everywhere

12:30pm | Lunch Meal Hall

1:30 – 5pm | Structured Free Time

6pm | Dinner Meal Hall

7pm | Evening Session Auditorium

8:30pm | Small Groups Everywhere

9:30pm | LATE NIGHT

11pm | Daylight Cabins only

8am | Breakfast Meal Hall

8:45am | Rally Session Auditorium

10am | Pick Up

Register for Session Two
Adult Leader Registration

2pm | Drop Off/Check in at Cabin

2-5pm | Free Time Everywhere

6pm | Dinner Meal Hall

7pm | Evening Session Auditorium

8:30pm | Small Groups Everywhere

9:30pm | Late Night

Outer Space Silent Disco Auditorium

8am | Breakfast Meal Hall

8:45am | Morning Rally Auditorium

9-10am | Morning Session Auditorium

10:15am | Breakout Session 1

11:15am | Breakout Session 2

12:00pm | Lunch Meal Hall

1-1:45pm | Breakout Session 3

2-5pm | Free Time / Tournaments

6pm | Dinner Meal Hall

7pm | Evening Session Auditorium

8:30pm | Small Groups Everywhere

9:30pm | Late Night

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11pm | Dive In Movie Pool

8 am Breakfast Meal Hall

8:45 am Morning Session Auditorium

10:30 am Small Group

11:30 am Lunch

1 pm Pick Up

PACKING LIST

Maximum of 2 Bags Per Camper

ex. 1 luggage and 1 bedding (each student must be able to carry his/her own bags).

  1. • Clothes for Recreation (Should not be able to see up it, down it, or through it)
  2. • Theme Night Attire
  3. • Swimsuit
    1. • Girls – One piece or “Tankini” that covers entire stomach (darker swimsuits are preferred)
    2. • Guys – Swim trunks that go past fingertips
  4. • Money for Camp Merchandise and Snacks
  5. • Backpack or Bag for Water, Notebook, Bible etc.
  6. • Personal Water Bottle with Name Printed on it
  7. • Bible, Notebook, Pen
  8. • Sleeping Bag or Bed Sheets, Blanket, and Pillow
  9. • Toiletries (Toothbrush, Shampoo, Soap, Deodorant)
  10. • Towel and Washcloths
  11. • Closed Toe or Tennis shoes for Recreation and Free Time (Required for Zip Line)
  12. • Alarm Clock / Watch (Cell Phones / Smartwatches are Not Permitted)
  13. • Lip Balm / Sunscreen
  14. • Camera (No Phones)
  15. • Required Medications (Must Be in their Original Container*)

WHAT NOT TO BRING:

The Following Items are NOT allowed at Camp:

Knives, Lighters, Matches, Fireworks, Tobacco Products, Alcohol, Air Horns, Water Guns, Items for Pranks, Weapons, Energy Drinks, Water Balloons, Skateboards, Instruments, CELL PHONES, Smart Watches, iPods, Gaming Systems, and any other Portable Electronic Device.


We recommend that you not bring any jewelry, or anything of value. We may search any bags a student brings to camp. Any camper found to be in possession of these items will have them taken away immediately. Parents may be asked to come to the camp to pick up their student depending on the severity of the situation.

DRESS CODE WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED:

• Short skirts or short shorts (shirt cannot cover shorts)
• Shirts, shorts or bathing suits that cause one’s midriff to be seen
• Strapless and bikini bathing suits
• Low cut shirts that show cleavage
• Deep cutoff sleeveless shirts
• Tube tops or strapless shirts
• T-Shirts or other clothing that promote anything offensive of use explicit language
• Guys must wear shirts at all times unless they are swimming

**Our leaders have permission to ask a student to change if dress code is not being followed**

MEDICATIONS:

All medications must be in the original bottle and all prescriptions MUST have the camper’s name on the original label – it will not be accepted otherwise.

All prescription medications MUST be turned in to the Medical Team at check-in. Only exceptions are inhalers and EpiPens for emergencies. If your student plans to keep an EpiPen or inhaler on their person, please have them bring an extra to Check-in for the Medical Team. Do not bring over the counter medications, we will have these items with us and we will not accept them unless they are prescribed.

STUDENT CAMP FAQs

Where is Camp? And How Do I Get There?

We meet at Riverbend Retreat Center in Glen Rose, TX. Because of our close proximity, we ask that parents drop off their students at camp on the first day and pick them up at the last day. The second your student walks out of your car, camp begins! Students over 16 are welcome to drive themselves, and our security team leader will collect keys and distribute them when camp is over.

What Happens if I Have to Leave Early or Cancel Before?

No problem! Email our camp director Meren at Meren.marciniak@stonewaterchurch.com!

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Register for Session One
Register for Session Two
Adult Leader Registration