Opening and Closing Days

Opening Day

Registration takes place on Sunday between 3:30 - 4:30 pm. Please do not arrive early. There will be signs and staff directing you to the registration area. During registration you will need to visit the following tables:

Registrar: Here you will verify that we have received all of your forms and payments.

Medical officer: Our medical officer will collect your camper’s medications and review your camper’s needs with you.

Assignments: Staffwill let you know your camper’s assigned cabin. After you have completed the registration process, you will be directed to the cabin. There you will have time to unload your camper’s luggage, help them settle in and meet their counselors. To prevent separation issues, we ask that families not linger too long after unpacking. Counselors will be on hand to help your camper adjust and meet new friends.

Closing Day

The closing worship is on Friday at 1:00 pm in the Retreat Center.  We invite all parents, friends and family to attend.

Immediately after the closing program, campers will return to their cabins. Families will then meet their camper at their cabin to pack up and depart no later than 2:00 pm.

What to Pack

Paper

Stationery

Stamps (for camper to send mail)

Pen or pencil

Flashlight with extra batteries

Non-aerosol bug spray

Sunscreen

Toiletries (soap, shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste, etc.)

Bible (Please write camper’s name in it)

Towels/ Washcloths (one to be used at pool/lake)

Laundry Bag (old pillow case or clear can liner)

Camera

Medications (Bring to registration in original containers and in zip-loc bag)

Water bottle (Mandatory)

Instrument: guitar, drum, flute, etc.

Shorts

Shirts

Pajamas

Jacket or Sweatshirt

Rain Coat/ Poncho

Socks and Undergarments

Two Pairs of Comfortable Shoes - One to get wet in shower/ at pool & lake

One Piece Bathing Suit

Water Shoes

Tennis Shoes 

Hat

Single Bed Sheets or Sleeping Bag

Blanket

Pillow

Tiered Pricing for Summer Camp

Why three Prices?

Camp Pee Dee’s voluntary tiered pricing structure is intended to help families recognize how much a week at camp really costs and then select a level of payment most appropriate for their circumstances. A tiered pricing model allows families the option to more fully support the total costs of their child attending camp. As you think about selecting a camping opportunity for your child, please consider the three tiers and choose the best fit for your family. All campers receive the same Camp Pee Dee summer camp experience regardless of the tier they choose to pay.

Tier I is Camp Pee Dee’s historical published rate and does not reflect the full per-camper cost associated with providing summer camp programs.

Tier II is a midpoint between the historically published camper rate and the full cost of providing a program for each camper.

Tier III closely accounts for the full cost of providing Camp Pee Dee’s summer camp programs for each camper.

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