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Bethel College Sports Camp FAQs
All campers check in at the main lobby of Wiekamp Athletic Center on the first day of camp. See camp descriptions for information on check-in times for each camp.
Day campers – Please bring a sack lunch. Lunchtime drink will be provided.
Overnight campers – All meals are provided beginning with breakfast on the first full day of camp.
The concession stand will be open at various times during the week. Day campers may deposit money in the "bank" if available, at check-in or keep track of their own spending money.
The camp store will be open after the awards program on the last day of camp. T-shirts, jerseys, shorts, balls, etc. will be available.
For overnight campers
What to bring - Campers need to bring clothing for the week, bedding (sheets and a blanket or sleeping bag), pillow, towels and toiletries. Please DO NOT bring electronics, or other valuables to camp.
We do not want the campers to have money in their rooms. All money should be turned in to the "bank." Most campers bring $10-$20 for extra spending money during the week. The "bank" will be open to campers whenever the concession stand is open. Campers will also be able to order pizza one night during their week of camp.
Accidental death and dismemberment coverage is provided according to schedule and with a maximum principal sum of $2,500. Medical expense coverage is provided with a maximum of $4,000. This refers to medical expenses incurred because of injury sustained during scheduled and supervised camp activities. The contracting of illness or disease by the camper is not covered under this plan. Payment for medication and/or hospitalization needed by the camper as a result of illness or disease is the responsibility of the camper and his/her parents/legal guardians. Any additional coverage desired will also be the responsibility of the camper's parents/legal guardian.