2021 Family Camp

We are excited to bring back summer camp for 2021! Our programs are full of the characteristics and activities that make a camp experience transformative, meaningful and fun. At the same time, we are committed to high standards of health, safety and quality in an unusual time. All our program offerings are focused on those goals.

Please see changes for Family Camp 2021 below.


Our commitment to relationship is at the heart of each week of Family Camp. Come to relax, enjoy favorite camp activities, experience new challenges, allow loving staff to look after your children, and grow closer in faith with your own family. Though family camp will look different during this COVID-19 pandemic, our hope is that it can be a safe, relaxing time away for you and your family to connect and grow closer to Christ together.

“Thank you for being a blessing to our family.” – Summer 2019 Family Camper

“Our family feels so safe and we love the community CPBC has created for our families.” – Summer 2019 Family Camper


Family Camp #1 July 18-22 (Sun – Thurs) See Pricing Below
Family Camp #2 July 24-28 (Sat – Wed) See Pricing Below
ASD Family Camp July 30 – Aug 3 (Fri – Tues) ASD Cost: $150

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Register Online!
(Opens 7AM CST on January 5!)

or

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Family Camp Pricing:
($250 deposit to register)

$280 – Adults
$240 – Ages 9-17
$180 – Ages 3-8
$70 – Under age 3
Maximum per family $1500
Minimum per family $600


Key Changes for Summer 2021 Family Camp:

We are excited to bring back summer camp for 2021! Our programs are full of the characteristics and activities that make a camp experience transformative, meaningful and fun. At the same time, we are committed to high standards of health, safety and quality in an unusual time. All our program offerings are focused on those goals. Based on anticipated COVID-19 conditions and best practices, here is some of what you might expect at Covenant Point this summer (subject to change).

High-touch areas of our site and facilities will be sanitized at an increased rate. New hand-washing and sanitizer stations will be added to key areas.

Cabins will be used in a way that creates a private living and sleeping space, bathroom, and entry/exit for each individual family. Shared cabin lounges will be closed.

Our outdoor environment will be heavily utilized for as much programming as possible - even more than normal this summer. We plan to add large outdoor tent facilities for worship, activities, and mealtimes. We anticipate most camp activities being available, but in adapted forms, and primarily in individual family groups. Families should anticipate significantly reduced hosting and childcare staff support compared with previous summers.

We have simplified, shortened, and reduced capacity for our summer schedule. All family camps run consecutively during the second half of the summer to both maximize safety and the number of families we can serve. (Please note that not all weeks begin and end on the same day of the week, and that a new end-time will be 1pm, after lunch). Extra time between programs will allow us to thoroughly clean and give staff needed time to rest and monitor health.

Except in the case of severe weather, meal times will primarily take place outdoors. Each family will have its own table for meals. New handwashing stations will be available. 

A suspected or confirmed case at camp will result in clear and timely communication to family camp participants, quarantine, and requirement that the family depart for additional medical care as soon as possible.

If, because of a COVID-19 exposure, illness, or related concern, you need to cancel, you will receive a full refund minus a $25 processing fee. Alternatively, you may transfer your deposit and fees to a future Covenant Point program. In the event of a full camp cancellation by Covenant Point due to COVID-19, all registration fees, including full deposit, will be returned.

FAQs and answers will be addressed by March 1, 2021.

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Core Values:

Stillness and silliness

Stillness and Silliness: Show your kids your silly side with family-led big games, theme dinners, and a Friday night open-mic coffee house. The schedule is flexible enough to engage in programming as desired, with lots of staff-led activities for children, giving adults space to just “be.”

Deep DiscipleshipDeep Discipleship: Campers experience intergenerational worship, adult discussion times and age-group devotions, new habits and spiritual practices to share as a family, time for rest, and the opportunity to be prayed for by our staff.

WildernessWilderness and Adventure: Swing from the Island’s trees, leap into the lake, sleep out in the yurts, try your hand at sailing one of our catamarans or let our staff take your family on great excursions!

space to leadSpace to Lead:  Point provides safe boundaries within the community that affords independence for children, and opportunities for all ages to lead group devotions, share testimonies, and serve camp through optional work projects.

excellent careExcellent Care:  Come and be cared for! Our staff wants to learn about your family’s needs and how to serve you well.