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Picture yourself at camp this summer. We have a place for you. We’ll have great fun, meet terrific new friends, and enjoy Christian living, worship, and fellowship in God’s wonderful creation. Together we will make memories that will last a lifetime.
The staff of Camp Wesley Woods has been working since the end of last summer’s season to prepare for the arrival of your camper(s) in 2011. We have an exciting summer planned. We believe camp is an unparalleled place to enjoy the exploration of Christian faith and experience growth in selfawareness and personal nurture. We are looking forward to the arrival of our 2011 campers.
we are accredited by the American Camp Association.......................... 3 Camp Sessions At-A-Glance ..................................... Please know that we are open to all children who have the ability to care for their personal needs while at camp................ 16 Camper Discounts ............... and adhere to the highest standard of the Camping Industry.............. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about camp. Sharing the Love of Christ in the Glory of God’s Creation 2 ... 17 Retreat and Meeting Opportunities .... 15 Holston Conference Camping Info ........ no matter their church denominational affiliation......... What a wonderful time to be a camper at Camp Wesley Woods! Use this catalog to select the session(s) that best suits your needs........... 6 Registration Information .......................... Table of Contents About Us .............. 5 Camp Session Descriptions ........... Located in the heart of the Smoky Mountains................. and go on-line to register.... 15 Registration Form ... Together we will share the love of Christ in the glory of God’s Creation........... The love of Jesus Christ abounds..................... Together we will grow in the love of Christ in this place dedicated to the fellowship of the Kingdom of God....................... 2 A Typical Day ............ 4 Our Staff/Our Mission .......... 18 Looking forward to seeing you at camp this summer! John Erdman Director About Us Camp Wesley Woods is a United Methodist Camp and Retreat Center that has continuously served campers since the summer of 1959...........................Greetings from your Camp Director! These are exciting times at Camp Wesley Woods......................................
waterhole.9:30 pm 10:00 pm Rise and shine! Morning watch/Devotions Singing and camp fellowship Breakfast Chore time (cleaning the cabin.) Session specific activities (crafts.campwesleywoods. Campers participate in the selection of some of their activities. The following are some of the general experiences you can expect. For those campers who are part of the resident program. night hikes Monday evening.) Cabin time. etc. climbing tower. and Bible study lessons form the context of our Christian fellowship at camp. more activities are listed for each grade-level than can be done in a week.8:45 am 9:00 am . After campers settle into their cabins. Singing.Camp Impacts Lives by: The camp experience at Camp Wesley Woods is an adventure of a lifetime. the first activity of camp is worship.1:15 pm 1:30 pm .) Singing and camp fellowship Supper Evening activities (games.com . These spiritual guides are an integral part of camp life participating in many camp activities and leading morning and evening worship. worship. and begin their orientation to camp life. pool. devotions Lights out 3 www. games. and our special Thursday evening worship that includes Holy Communion and candle lighting. Games and orientation to camp life complete their first evening. meet their counselors. etc. etc. A typical camper day schedule 7:30 am 7:45 am 8:00 am . As campers arrive. Evening activities include: large group games. preparing for the day. check in all medications brought to camp. Faith development and nurture are high priorities at Camp Wesley Woods.) Singing and camp fellowship Lunch Session specific activities (creek hike. Activities are designed according to grade-level abilities and are listed at the beginning of each grade-level section of this catalog.9:15 am 9:30 am .5:30 pm 5:30 pm . many activities are available to our campers. some activities may not take place in any particular week of camp. Please remember. evenings at camp are exciting times. Activities that require special liability waivers are noted.8:15 am 8:15 am .5:15 pm 5:15 pm . archery.6:30 pm 7:00 pm .12:30 pm 12:30 pm . To this atmosphere of praise and devotion. move into their cabins (resident campers). They are listed on the Camp at a Glance page. worship and prayer sessions. Pastors are at camp each week through the Minister in Residence Program. showers. they will receive their cabin assignments.8:30 pm 8:30 pm . the Wesley Woods Carnival Wednesday night. skit night. Due to scheduling and sometimes weather concerns.Noon Noon . etc.
Almond Larry Trotter NOTE: The grade level assigned to each description refers to the grade entering in the fall of 2011. Eddie Sykes July 3-8 July 10-15 July 17-22 July 24-29 20108 20601 21004 21208 21407 July 31Aug 5 20401 20402 20502 21209 21408 22009 22501 22607 23008 Sam Ward Younger Elementary Camper Sessions Day Camp Adventure Test Your Wings (Sun-Tue) Test Your Wings (Wed-Fri) Rustic Camp (Sun-Tue) Rustic Camp (Wed-Fri) Younger Elementary Full Week Grand Adventure (Wed-Fri) Older Day Camp Adventure Older Test Your Wings (Wed-Fri) Older Elementary Craft Junior Horseback Celebration (Ages 10-22) Junior Adventure Sampler Pioneer Homestead East Tennessee Canoe Trip Outdoor Survival Fly Fishing Water Fun Horseback I Adventure Sampler Wrangler Wrangler II Whitewater Kayaking I Rock Climbing and Rappelling Worship Arts Caving Leadership Development (Ages 15-18) Minister-In-Residence for the Week $185 $190 $190 $190 $190 $350 $125 $185 $190 $350 $385 $385 $385 $385 $385 $385 $385 $385 $385 $430 $430 $430 $430 $430 $430 $385 $430 $475 20105 20205 21103 21205 21501 22005 23005 23201 23702 Eric Doolittle. Mark Meade June 12-17 20102 20202 21101 21202 21402 22002 22602 23002 23101 23301 23701 June 19-24 20103 20203 20301 21002 21203 21301 21403 22003 22603 23003 23102 23601 23701 June 26July 1 20104 20204 21102 21204 21404 22004 22401 22604 23004 23103 23501 Bob Hayes. Sharing the Love of Christ in the Glory of God’s Creation 4 .Camp Sessions At-A-Glance Session Name Cost Grade Level 1-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 3 2-5 4-5 4-5 4-6 4-5 4-5 See June 5-10 Page # 6 6 6 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 9 9 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 12 13 13 14 14 14 14 14 20101 20201 20501 21001 21201 21401 22001 22601 23001 Don Thomas. Teresa Atkins. Jerrod McCormack 20106 20206 20302 21003 21206 21405 22006 22201 22605 23006 23104 23702 Darryll Rasnake 20107 20207 21104 21207 21406 22007 22301 23105 Wil Davenport Older Elementary Camper Sessions Younger Youth Camper Sessions 6-7 6-7 6-7 6-7 6-7 6-7 6-7 8-12 8-12 10-12 8-12 8-12 8-12 8-12 22008 22101 22606 23007 23106 23401 Mike Sluder Older Youth Camper Sessions Katie Logan. Lindsey Bruce Marston.
Each week. Our Mission Camp Wesley Woods is an outreach of the Holston Conference of The United Methodist Church whose mission is to offer Christ's love to all people by: Providing opportunities for Christian education and fellowship Encouraging spiritual birth. leading worship and sharing their faith while participating in activities with the campers. Our summer staff go through intensive training and preparation for the summer. A list of MIRs is located on the Camp Sessions At-A-Glance pages. We strive to make sure each camper feels special and knows how much God loves them.com . growth and renewal Sharing the wonders of God's creation Providing Christ-like hospitality in a place of beauty and healing Developing and nurturing Christian leaders 5 www. Each has a love for God. a volunteer pastor or lay person will give a week of their time as the Minister in Residence (or MIR). The MIR helps campers learn more about the Bible and teachings of Jesus through devotions. loves working with kids and has a desire to see young people grow in their faith while having fun at the same time.Trained and Caring Staff The effectiveness of Summer Camp is dependent on quality staffing.campwesleywoods.
.-2:00 p. Sharing the Love of Christ in the Glory of God’s Creation 6 .m.m.m.m. Full Week Camp: Sunday 4:00-4:30 p. and even weather contribute to the actual activities that are part of the camper experience. availability.m.-5:00 p. and Wednesday 4:00-4:30 p. Younger Elementary Camper Activities may include: Hiking Creek Walking Canoeing on Lagoon Swimming in Pool Bouldering Wall Cookout Crafts Ice Cream Making River Wading Slip ‘n’ Slide Picnicking This list may include more activities than can be done in any one week. 8:30 a.m.m. Test Your Wings Camp (Grades 2-3) ½ Week: Sunday-Tuesday 20201 20202 20203 20204 20205 20206 20207 June 5-7 June 12-14 June 19-21 June 26-28 July 3-5 July 10-12 July 17-19 Day Camp Adventure (Grades 1-3) 20101 20102 20103 20104 20105 20106 20107 20108 June 6-10 June 13-17 June 20-24 June 27-July 1 July 4-8 July 11-15 July 18-22 July 25-29 COST $190 COST $185 Test Your Wings Camp (Grades 2-3) ½ Week: Wednesday-Friday 20301 20302 June 22-24 July 13-15 COST $190 NOTE: The grade level assigned to each description refers to the grade entering in the fall of 2011.. Time.-Friday 2:00 p. Half-Week Camp: Sunday 4:00-4:30 p. Friday 8:30 a.Younger Elementary Camper Sessions Camp Wesley Woods provides a variety of introductions to camp life ranging from Day Camp to Half Week Camp to Full Week Camp.m.-Friday 2:00 p.-Tuesday 2:00 p.m.m. The schedules for these opportunities are: Day Camps: Monday-Thursday.
June 8-10 Wednesday-Friday. 20401 20402 Sun-Tue.com . and stream ecology. August 3-5 COST $125 Each Younger Elementary Camp – Full Week (Grade 3) For our 3rd graders who have attended camp previously and are ready for a full week of camp. Sign up together for wonderful bonding adventure. 20501 20502 Wednesday-Friday. Instead of staying in a lodge or a cabin. The possibility of doing archery and stream ecology are added to the activity list. this session offers the full camp experience. archery. August 3-5 COST $190 Grand Adventure Camp – ½ Week (Grades 2-5) This unique session is for grandchildren to bring a grandparent with them to camp.Younger Elementary Camper Sessions (continued) Rustic Camp – ½ Week (Grades 2-3) These sessions are for the more adventurous youngsters who have experience staying at camp or away from home. Activities are selected from the Younger Elementary Camper Activities list with the addition of climbing wall. 7 www. July 31-August 2 Wed-Fri. 20601 July 24-29 COST $350 NOTE: The grade level assigned to each description refers to the grade entering in the fall of 2011. these campers will stay in Platform Tents.campwesleywoods.
Sharing the Love of Christ in the Glory of God’s Creation 8 . 21201 June 5-10 21202 June 12-17 21203 June 19-24 21204 June 26-July 1 21205 July 3-8 21206 July 10-15 21207 July 17-22 21208 July 24-29 21209 July 31-August 5 COST $350 This list includes more activities than can be done in any one week.m. drawing.-5:00 p. Friday 8:30 a.m.Older Elementary Camper Sessions Our Older Elementary Campers are the heart and soul of summer camp.m. will be combined with the craft projects to make for a truly creative week at camp. availability. Craft Camp (Grades 4-5) Focusing on crafts. As with all our sessions. 21101 21102 21103 21104 June 15-17 June 29-July 1 July 6-8 July 20-22 COST $190 Older Elementary Camp (Grades 4-6) – Full Week Activities are selected from the Older Elementary Camper Activities list with the addition options of camping out and challenge course.m. and even weather contribute to the actual activities that are part of the camper experience. and Full-Week sessions are available to our Older Elementary Campers. To this atmosphere of praise and devotion.-Friday 2:00 p. and Bible study lessons form the context of our Christian fellowship at camp. many activities are available to our campers. Half-Week Camps: Wednesday 4:00-4:30 p.m.m. It’s a great time to be at camp. painting. and social awareness. our Craft Campers will choose from a variety of activities such as tie dyeing. This age period is a great time of self discovery.m. candle making. faith development. project construction. Older Elementary Camper Activities may include: Hiking Creek Walking Canoeing/Kayaking on Lagoon Swimming in Pool Bouldering Wall Archery Stream Ecology Tire Swing Orienteering Frisbee Golf Mud Slide Climbing Wall Crafts Ice Cream Making River Wading/ Swimming Slip ‘n’ Slide Picnicking Cookout Older Test Your Wings Camp (Grades 4-5) – ½ Week: Wed-Fri Activities are selected from the Older Elementary Camper Activities list with the addition option of camping out. singing. Activities selected from the Older Elementary Camper Activities list with the additional options of camping out and challenge course. 21301 June 19-24 COST $385 Older Day Camp Adventure (Grades 4-5) 21001 21002 21003 21004 June 6-10 June 20-24 July 11-15 July 25-29 COST $185 NOTE: The grade level assigned to each description refers to the grade entering in the fall of 2011. Camper groups participate in the selection of their activities. 8:30 a. Half-Week.m. The schedules for these opportunities are: Day Camps: Monday-Thursday.. Time. worship.-Friday 2:00 p. and much more. Day Camp. Full-Week Camps: Sunday 4:00-4:30 p.-2:00 p.
taking care of pasture and tack. and enjoying beginning riding lessons. Activities are selected from the Older Elementary Camper Activities list with the additional options of challenge course. such as feeding. 21501 July 3-8 COST $385 NOTE: The grade level assigned to each description refers to the grade entering in the fall of 2011.campwesleywoods. You will spend time at the barn grooming your horse.com . 21401 21402 21403 21404 21405 21406 21407 21408 June 5-10 June 12-17 June 19-24 June 26-July 1 July 10-15 July 17-22 July 24-29 July 31-August 5 COST $385 Celebration Camp (Ages 10-22) This is our camp session for mildly or moderately mentally challenged children and youth. Campers must be ambulatory and self-sufficient in caring for their personal physical needs. and bathing needs. and a day trip to Cades Cove. Challenge course and camping out are additional options to the Older Elementary Camper Activities list. toileting. one horseback ride. 9 www.Older Elementary Camper Sessions (continued) Junior Horseback Camp (Grades 4-5) An introduction to the care and riding of horses is added to the traditional Older Elementary program to make this a very exciting week of camp.
availability.Younger Youth Camper Sessions There is hardly a better time to be at camp than the 6th and 7th grade years. Campers will choose from a variety of pioneer crafts. All sessions for Younger Youth are full-week sessions. to Friday at 2:00 p. New experiences are part of each day. Sharing the Love of Christ in the Glory of God’s Creation 10 . with God. and going for a horseback ride.m. The regular camp activities will be combined with the two paddling days and the overnight off-site camp out. soap making. corn shuck dolls. Younger Youth Camper Activities may include: Hiking at Camp Canoeing/Kayaking on Lagoon Canoeing/Kayaking/ Tubing on Little River Swimming in Pool Bicycling on Townsend Trail Day Hiking in Smokies Archery Stream Ecology Tire Swing Orienteering Frisbee Golf Mud Slide Climbing Wall Rock Climbing and Rappelling at Camp Ropes Course II Challenge Course Giants Ladder Crafts Ice Cream Making River Wading/Swimming Climbing Tower Camping Out Picnicking Cookout Junior Adventure Sampler Camp (Grades 6-7) This is a great introduction to outdoor adventure. East Tennessee Canoe Trip Camp (Grades 6-7) COST $385 Campers will plan and prepare for an overnight canoe trip on the Tellico Lake. and Bible studies begin to move to a level of deeper personal understanding.m. The songs of faith. 4:00-4:30 p. Younger Youth Camps combine the exploration of faith with the adventure of camp activities. Other specific activities include a visit to the swimmin’ hole in the Little River. This is an extraordinary camping experience. and with the wonders of creation makes these weeks of camp treasures for life. and natural dying. Time. worship. Camper groups participate in the selection of their activities. 22101 July 24-29 COST $385 NOTE: The grade level assigned to each description refers to the grade entering in the fall of 2011. and even weather contribute to the actual activities that are part of the camper experience. 22201 July 10-15 COST $385 Pioneer Homestead Camp (Grades 6-7 ) Reaching back to pioneer days makes for an exciting camp adventure. Bonding with new friends. such as candle making. 22001 22002 22003 22004 22005 22006 22007 22008 22009 June 5-10 June 12-17 June 19-24 June 26-July 1 July 3-8 July 10-15 July 17-22 July 24-29 July 31-August 5 This list may include more activities than can be done in any one week. from Sunday. a historical tour of Cades Cove.
22501 July 31-August 5 COST $385 Horseback I Camp (Grades 6-7) This camp provides an introduction to horsemanship. and outdoor cooking skills. construction of a survival shelter. western style riding. Water Safety instruction is complemented by the shear fun of creek walks.Younger Youth Camper Sessions (continued) Outdoor Survival Camp (Grades 6-7) This is a real hands-on outdoor camp experience. swimming (pool and river). identification of edible plants. and snorkeling. tubing. The focus includes map and compass work. canoeing in lake and river. and tack are all part of this beginning experience in the equestrian world. 22601 22602 22603 22604 22605 22606 22607 June 5-10 June 12-17 June 19-24 June 26-July 1 July 10-15 July 24-29 July 31-August 5 COST $430 NOTE: The grade level assigned to each description refers to the grade entering in the fall of 2011. Ring riding is held in the arena for learning horse control and gaining riding confidence. you will learn the basic art and techniques of fly fishing. 22401 June 26-July 1 COST $385 Water Fun Camp (Grades 6-7) Playing in and around water is what this camp is all about. 22301 July 17-22 COST $385 Fly Fishing Camp (Grades 6-7) With camp-provided fly fishing gear. 11 www. Proper care of horse. pasture.campwesleywoods. This catch and release program will take place in the camp lagoon and in the pristine waters of Little River.com .
and even weather contribute to the actual activities that are 23005 July 3-8 part of the camper experience. 23003 June 19-24 Camper groups participate in the selection of their activities.Older Youth Camper Sessions Growing in faith. and learning servant leadership as a disciple of Jesus Christ describe Older Youth Camper Activities may include: these Older Youth sessions. Cookout Climbing Tower 23001 June 5-10 Rock Climbing and Rappelling at Camp 23002 June 12-17 This list may include more activities than can be done in any one week. There is hardly a better opportunity to invest in Christian faith formation Ropes Course II Hiking at Camp than at camp. loving God and self. Ropes Course III Swimming/Canoeing/Kayaking/ All sessions for Older Youth are full-week sessions. 23004 June 26-July 1 availability.m. 4:00-4:30 p. Action and Picnicking Mud Slide challenge are part of each day. Challenge Course Tubing on Little River Giants Ladder Swimming in Pool Crafts Bicycling on Townsend Trail Ice Cream Making Day Hiking in Smokies Adventure Sampler Camp (Grades 8-12) Caving Archery Camping Out Orienteering This is outdoor adventure at its best. 23006 July 10-15 23007 July 24-29 23008 July 31-August 5 COST $430 NOTE: The grade level assigned to each description refers to the grade entering in the fall of 2011. Time. from Sunday. Sharing the Love of Christ in the Glory of God’s Creation 12 .m. to Friday at 2:00 p. This camp will have the Climbing at Look Rock Frisbee Golf option to rappel down the camp waterfall.
23101 23102 23103 23104 23105 23106 June 12-17 June 19-24 June 26-July 1 July 10-15 July 17-22 July 24-29 Wrangler II Camp (Grades 10-12) This camp is for our true equestrian leaders.com . 13 www. The western style riding camp is for campers who are all about horses and their care.Older Youth Camper Sessions (continued) Wrangler Camp (Grades 8-12) Wrangler campers receive beginning/intermediate level instruction in the ring as well as on the trail. plus. emphasis is put on horse-keeping and riding techniques. Building on previous horseback experience or the skills learned at Wrangler camp. You will also help teach our younger horseback campers.campwesleywoods. 23201 July 3-8 COST $430 COST $430 NOTE: The grade level assigned to each description refers to the grade entering in the fall of 2011. beginning lessons in horse and cart driving.
and climbing techniques. these campers are preparing for future roles on the camp staff. this session starts with knots and equipment. dancing. This camp will have an offsite campout. 23701 23702 June 12-24 July 3-15 COST $475 NOTE: The grade level assigned to each description refers to the grade entering in the fall of 2011. this session will include acting. rappelling. This is beginning instruction. We will climb at camp as well as moving off-site to Look Rock State Park and/or the Hiwassee Cliffs. Helping with the many chores and activities that are required to run a camp. use of props. Learn all you need to know to paddle the Class II water of the Little and/or Hiwassee Rivers. An opportunity will be made to help lead camp worship with the entire camp. 23601 June 19-24 COST $430 Leadership Development Camp (Ages 15-18) This two week camp (campers return home over the weekend) is designed to help campers grow in their leadership skills and to learn many of the skills and responsibilities of a summer camp staff member. praise. singing.Older Youth Camper Sessions (continued) Whitewater Kayaking I Camp (Grades 8-12) Welcome to the world of Whitewater Kayaking. 23401 July 24-29 COST $430 Worship Arts Camp (Grades 8-12) Exploring creative styles of faith expression. 23301 June 12-17 COST $430 Rock Climbing and Rappelling Camp (Grades 8-12) Designed for beginners. and visual arts. 23501 June 26-July 1 COST $385 Caving Camp (Grades 8-12) This camp is all about exploring the world underneath the surface. Water Safety education is emphasized along with proper boat handling techniques. music. We will explore the beauty of many of our local caves. and quickly moves to belaying. This camp will also include an offsite campout. We will spend lots of time crawling around and getting dirty. Sharing the Love of Christ in the Glory of God’s Creation 14 . and worship.
Phone and on-line registrations will receive discounts through date of deadline.m. every effort will be made to notify the camper as soon as possible and placement into another session will be attempted. Three forms will accompany the camper confirmation. 8.campwesleywoods. The 2011 HEALTH FORM must be completed by the parent/guardian and MUST BE BROUGHT TO CAMP ON REGISTRATION DAY (DO NOT MAIL THIS FORM). EARLY BIRD DISCOUNTS: Registration on or before April 1. Groups are made on the basis of age and school grade. Box 2506. BEGINNING AND CLOSING TIMES vary from camp to camp and from session to session. LIMITED CAMP INSURANCE is provided for persons in case of accident or illness while at camp. Johnson City. the camp insurance is primary. religion.campdickenson. ALL REGISTRATIONS are accepted on a first-come. M-F. we are open to ALL kids who want to go camping.campwesleywoods. 6.com Buffalo Mountain Camp Director: Jason Onks Location: eight miles south of Johnson City Contact: 423/753-6678 or www.org Camp Lookout Director: Don Washburn Location: on top of Lookout Mountain in GA Contact: 706/820-1163 or www. 4. The 2011 GUIDE FOR CAMPERS AND FAMILIES provides program details. TN. 2. While we are Methodist.00 non-refundable fee). TN in Townsend Contact: 865/448-2246 or www. No refunds will be made to campers who fail to show up on opening day. Maryville. All appeals regarding the handling of our Cancellation Policy must be made in writing to: CRM Registrar.com . Parents will be notified in cases where professional medical care is needed. first-served basis. and work in partnership with the Knoxville. Should a particular session not receive an adequate number of registrations. P. SESSION AVAILABILITY can be checked ONLINE at www.camplookout. 235 or 236. VA Contact: 276/744-7241 or www. We are located approximately 10 miles from Maryville. what to bring. A full refund will be made if placement into another session is not possible. ext.) By mail (CRM. and travel directions for your information.com or by PHONE at 423/929-9037 ext. 235 or 236.com) By phone (423/929-9037 ext. THERE ARE 3 WAYS TO REGISTER: Online (www.00 of your camp fee is non-refundable.com Camp Wesley Woods Director: John Erdman Location: ten miles south of Maryville. Each camp is special in its own way . 2011 entitles the camper to a $15.buffalomountaincamp. The $50. 11. color.holstoncamping. please check your schedules and dates to insure that campers arrive at camp and are picked up on time. Mailed registrations must be postmarked on or before date of deadline. P. Camp Dickenson Director: Michael Snow Location: On the New River.O. six miles from Galax. CANCELLATION POLICY: $50. 235 or 236. 235 or 236 when you wish to cancel a registration and register into a different session. 9.from its staff to the programs it offers. 10 a.00 discount on the camp fee. 7. Cancellations can be made through your online account or by calling the Camp Registration Office at (423) 929-9037.holstoncamping. TN 37605. Cancellations must be completed BY NOON (EST) ON THE FRIDAY PRIOR TO THE OPENING OF YOUR CAMP SESSION in order to receive a refund of your camp fees (less the $50. This insurance is secondary coverage. or gender. with the family's insurance as primary. SESSIONS AND CABIN GROUPS WILL BE DIVIDED INTO SMALL GROUPS OF 8 TO 12 CAMPERS. THE ENTIRE FEE IS REQUIRED upon registration.m. Oak Ridge and Morristown District churches within the United Methodist Church. Box 2506. If this should occur. If a camper has no insurance. to 6 p. TN 37605) ALL EVENTS are open to persons regardless of their nationality. race.O. As new friendships are encouraged. Information regarding these times will be sent to parents in the registration confirmation material. ext. 3. Camp Wesley Woods has three sister camps located throughout the Conference. Buddy requests must be made at the time of registration. The third form is our Cancellation Policy Form. As part of the Holston Conference Camp and Retreat Ministries. Parents. 10. Please call the Camp Registration Office at (423) 929-9037. the possibility does exist that the session may have to be cancelled. This is the only way to insure the transfer of the $50 non-refundable fee. So Where is Camp? Camp Wesley Woods is situated on over 700 acres of property near the Great Smoky Mountain National Park.com 15 www.00 non-refundable fee is Transferable to a different session. Johnson City. 5. Campers may request to be grouped with ONE BUDDY. groups of four or more will be divided.General Information for Registration 1.
Campership Payments: Cost of Camp Session Minus Early Bird Discount Minus Recruit a New Camper Discount* Net Cost of Camp Session + Donation to Scholarship Fund TOTAL PAYMENT Johnson City Kingsport Make check payable to Holston Conference CRM and send with registration form to: Total = $ *New Camper’s Name REGISTRAR HOLSTON CONFERENCE CRM P. ext. please register online or call 423/929-9037. BOX 2506 JOHNSON CITY. Monday through Friday.holstoncamping.O. PLEASE PRINT Camper Name: _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ First Last 1ST Choice: Campsite 2ST Choice: Campsite 3ST Choice: Campsite Registering Parent/Guardian/Contact: Name: Address: Street/Route Date of Session Date of Session Date of Session Session Title Session Title Session Title Session # Session # Session # City State Zip Phone: Home ( Email Address: ) Day ( ) Cell ( ) Second Parent/Guardian/Contact: (name) Phone: Home ( Camper Information Gender: Birth Date: Month Day Year ) Day ( ) Cell ( ) Holston United Methodists: Age: School Grade in Fall 2011: Race: Circle Your District Abingdon Big Stone Gap Chattanooga Cleveland Knoxville Maryville Morristown Oak Ridge Tazewell Wytheville Buddy Request: __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Church Home: (Name) (City) Denomination or Religious Affiliation: Source of Payments: (List all Payments. 235 or ext 236. TN 37605-2506 Sharing the Love of Christ in the Glory of God’s Creation 16 .Registration Form – Also available online at www. 10 AM – 6 PM.com If you prefer to pay with a credit card. Camperships) Name of Payee Amount Check #.
Recruit a New Camper Discount Receive a $25 discount on your registration fee when your camper has attended a Holston Conference camp and recruits a first-time camper this year. Before you register. Campers attending Camp Wesley Woods who are from United Methodist Churches in the Abingdon and Big Stone Gap Districts are eligible for a district-sponsored campership of $50. Simply contact the camp (865/448-2246) to request a Campership Application. Note: ALL registrations require the full session fee. This discount is limited to one “New Camper” per registration. Your recruit does not have to attend the same session or even the same site.campwesleywoods. Applicants must be approved prior to registration. Discounts will be applied to phone and online registrations through the deadline. Local Church Sponsorships We encourage you to check with your local church before registering to see if financial help is available through a church sponsorship. Wytheville District campers are eligible for a district sponsored campership of $80. you will need to receive from your church the amount of the sponsorship and a sponsorship code. Campership Programs Camp Wesley Woods has a limited amount of campership support available to be distributed on the basis of financial need. 2011 Receive a $15 discount when you register your camper on or before April 1st! Mailed registrations must be postmarked on or before the deadline. If funds are approved. Note: Please have the name of the your recruit as they will use on their registration ready at the time of your registration.Deadline April 1. Note: These United Methodist campers need to identify their church and district at the time of registration.com .Camper Discounts Don’t forget to take advantage of the following discounts before you register! Early Bird Discount Plan . It can be used with other discounts and/or camperships. the Camp will supply the campership amount and the sponsorship code needed for registration. 17 www.
and re-creation. high-energy youth event. schools. meetings. Whether you’re planning a business meeting. off-site meetings.Retreat and Meeting Opportunities at Camp Wesley Woods The setting at Camp Wesley Woods makes it a perfect place to hold retreats. Beautiful natural setting Outstanding hospitality Clean. and other non-profit organizations. We host a wide variety of churches. Come discover all that Camp Wesley Woods has to offer . reflective retreat. a quiet. or an activity-filled. training programs. teambuilding. and comfortable lodging for retreats. and other events. delicious meals. and our outstanding high ropes courses. Set among the beautiful foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. renewal.. Camp Wesley Woods provides meeting facilities. meaningful experience for group members.. the camp offers a great natural setting that encourages reflection. Our attentive staff will work with you throughout the planning process to help you achieve your event objectives and create a lasting. comfortable lodging Delicious home style meals Activities to support your program Sharing the Love of Christ in the Glory of God’s Creation 18 . you’ll find accommodations to match your needs. or community building events. Far enough from urban bustle yet close enough for easy access. We can assist with program activities including hikes.
Camp Wesley Woods 329 Wesley Woods Road • Townsend. TN 37882 .
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