FAQs

How are children and vulnerable adults protected?

The safety of campers, young and old, is a very high priority for the Illinois Great Rivers Conference camping and children's ministry.   Background Checks: Every adult (persons 18 and older) who is ...

ACA Camping on Safe Sanctuaries - Camp Facilities - Health and Safety

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IGRC Safe Sanctuaries Policy - Camp Facilities - Health and Safety

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Are you able to accommodate special diets? - Food Service

The camp is well-equipped to handle any dietary needs of campers and guests if requested in advance of the retreat.  If you are a camper registering for summer sessions, be sure to include that ...

How are summer camper accidents and illnesses handled? - Health and Safety

When a summer camper gets sick, parents/guardians will be notified of: An illness that persists longer than 24 hours; including fevers, coughs, excess expulsion of bodily fluids, allergic reactions, ...

How do you handle homesickness at summer camp? - Preparing for Camp

Summer camp is a unique respite from the pressures of everyday life. Attending Camp is an incredible opportunity for your child to learn new skills, learn more about our amazing God, and develop ...

Is my child or teen insured while at camp? - Health and Safety

The Illinois Great Rivers Conference offers insurance coverage for medical claims arising from registered attendance at IGRC-sponsored camps or retreat events. This insurance is provided on an excess ...

Is there financial assistance for summer campers? - Preparing for Camp - Registration and Fees

IGRC Camping and Retreat Ministries does not want financial need to prevent any camper from attending summer programs.  A camper may apply for scholarship aid from the IGRC Camping Scholarship Fund.  ...

What kinds of things do campers generally need to bring to camp? - Preparing for Camp

In general, campers need to bring bedding, toiletries, linens, and clothing suitable for changing weather and outdoor activities.  There are things not to bring, too. To Bring: Clothing A daily ...