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Parent Resources

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Camp Photos

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Packing List

What your camper will need to bring

Camp Letters

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Important Things
To Know



Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Registration: Sunday's 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.



Upon arriving to camp, our camp nurses will be checking all campers for lice.  We are requesting that you check your child for lice before arriving at CYB. If you are not sure if your child has lice please see your healthcare provider to have your child evaluated. If upon evaluation, our camp nurse or designated staff determine that your child has nits or eggs present, they will not be allowed to remain at camp.



  • Checkout: Sunday's 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.

  • All campers must be signed out via our drive through pick-up process.

  • Campers will be allowed to leave only with an authorized pick-up person, unless prior arrangements are made with the CYB camp director. 



Please note that pickup time for campers are Sunday's 9-10 a.m. Parents please pick up your child within this timeframe on Sunday. We will be giving a grace period of 30 minutes. After this time however, campers that have not yet been picked up by parents will be automatically placed in a child care program and parents will be charged $20 per hour per camper. 



Campers love to get letters, packages, and e-mails from parents and friends. Please send packages or letters the early so they will be sure to arrive while the camper is still at camp. We encourage you to write rather than call; kids love hearing their name during mail call. Campers may receive e-mails from family. We print out your email message and give it to them at mail call. If you wish to email your camper use the following:


Due to the nature of our program, it is best for all incoming calls to campers be limited to emergencies only. This keeps our phones available for business and emergency use. Our staff will assist campers in making any emergency calls home if necessary.



In planning for the camping season we have endeavored to create as safe an environment and activities as possible while still allowing the campers to experience adventure and to be challenged physically and mentally. Our staff is carefully trained to ensure the safety of our campers. A nurse is available and on-site at the camp 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 


We have limited accident insurance on each camper, however, your insurance will be primary. In case of emergency, parents are notified as soon as possible. Any medical treatment other than camp accidents are the responsibility of the parents.


Campers with prescription and over the counter medications must be in english and in their original container/packaging. Prescriptions must be current , labeled with the campers name and instructions for use.  

  • All camper medications must be registered and placed in the care of the health personnel at on-site check-in.

  • Please indicate on the health history form any medicines that are to be taken during the campers' stay.

  • In the event of a medical problem, the camp will make all attempts to contact the parents or guardian. Please make sure we have the best phone number to reach you. 


  • NO low necklines, halter-tops, strapless dresses, very sheer fabrics, tee shirts with objectionable advertisements, patches and slogans, unduly tight clothing and exposed midriffs.  

  • Shorts / skirts must be of modest length.

  • One piece, modest bathing suits are required.

  • No overly baggy clothes will be allowed; all pants must be at proper waist height.

  • Jewelry should be left at home for security & safety issues.

  • Anyone failing to comply with these guidelines will be asked to change into acceptable attire. (Items deemed inappropriate will be confiscated)

  • What will my job be?
    It depends on what you are hired to do. If you are over the age of 18, you should plan to serve as a counselor in addition to your job as an activity instructor. If you are under the age of 18, it is most likely that you will be working in the kitchen, housekeeping, or maintenance. Witht that being said, we love flexibility in our staff members. Every CYB staff member signs a contract agreeing to work in any area he/she may be needed during the summer.
  • What is a typical day like?
    Days are busy. Staff usually will wake up around 6:30 a.m. and either attend staff worship at 7am or if you are a counselor you may have your own devotional time. Line call is around 7:30am. Then staff head to breakfast with campers at 8am. We have camp council at 9:15am and then head to activities at around 10 a.m. Staff will instruct campers in their two morning activity periods before lunch is served around 1pm. There is a short rest period between 2-3p.m. During this time, counselors usually take their campers to the camp store. At 3pm, the two afternoon activity periods begin and run until about 5:45p.m. There is mail call and line call until dinner is served at 6pm. Right after dinner, staff lead campers to the daily rec activity, whether it be dodgeball, capture the flag, or another activity. at 8:15pm staff join campers at campfire bowl 9:15 p.m, staff and campers head back to their cabins to shower and sleep. Only to do it all again the next day! :)
  • What are the employment dates?
    Employment dates will be from June 4th - July 16th, 2023. If you are a staff member hired to work as a lifeguard and needing to be certified, you will need to arrive to camp by May 30th, 2023.
  • When will I get paid?
    Staff members will receive payment into their bank accounts every two weeks.
  • Where do I sleep?
    If you are hired as a counselor, you will live in a shared cabin with campers and a co-counselor. Non-counseling female staff are housed in our lodge building. Non-counseling male staff share a cabin with other non-counseling staff. All staff will need to bring their own bedding for a twin sized bed.
  • Do I get time off?
    Yes! Everyone needs time to relax and unwind. All staff get one day off per week.
  • Is there a curfew?
    Yes, curfew for staff is typically 11p.m. We understand staff members want to have fun and stay up late, however, getting enough sleep is necessary for staff members to function well in their roles at camp and to be a good role model for campers.
  • How can I be in touch with family and friends?
    There is no internet or cell service at CYB. Therefore the best way to communicate with family or friends is by using the office phone. We encourage staff to let others know that they can be reached by calling the CYB landline. Other opportunities to communicate include going into town on your day off and using your cell phone then.

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