Standard Room pricing includes usage, meals, and linens for one week.
Tentel pricing includes usage and meals for one week. A linen bundle can be purchased for an additional $40.
Campsite pricing includes usage for the duration of your stay for 2 adults and immediate dependents. Meals and child programming can be purchased separately (see below for pricing).
You must confirm your reservation with a $275 non-refundable deposit ($60 deposit for a camp site) by Credit Card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express or Discover) or check within 5 business days. Payment of your full balance is due by June 1 or your deposit and reservation are forfeited.
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Yes! All meals can be bought at the dining hall, or meal tickets can be pre-bought at the Camp Office.
If you are staying close by and want to come to Camp, you will need to register for usage, register your children for programs and pay for meals (prepay at the office or pay per meal at the Dining Hall). Please call or email the office to register.
Registration bands can be picked up at the Camp Office/Gift Shop when you arrive.
No. If you are interested in coming to Family Camp, you must call or email the office. The office would love to help register you and your family.
You may go online HERE and pay, call the office with your credit card information or send a check.
Clothing for at least 8 days (laundromat is a drive into town if you need to do laundry), sweatshirt or jacket, pajamas, umbrella, 1-2 bathing suits (some kids might need 3 because they practically live in their bathing suits), towels for the beach, beach chair, casual church clothes (simple skirt, nice shorts or pants, sandals). If you want to participate in the tournaments, you might want to pack softball glove, cleats, bike for the tin man, basketball sneakers. If you are in a tentel for the week, bring sleeping bags or bedding, pillows, and bath towels. Tentels have a clothes line outside to hang wet towels and suits. Camp also has bed rails for the tentel bunkbeds. An additional fan and extra plugs are also helpful, since tentels have limited outlets. Camp has games, beach toys, and a gym full of balls and equipment, though feel free to bring your own (tennis racquets, soccer balls, etc) if you don’t want to share.
If you would like to reserve the same room during the same week, please call the office by October 31st! We ask for a $275 deposit to reserve your room.
Call or email the office on November 1st, or anytime after, to see what is available!
Unfortunately, all deposits are non-refundable and non-transferable.
We are sorry. Pets are not allowed here at Camp Spofford, but Service Animals are always welcome.