Best Week of Your Summer

Our God doesn’t throw things away. Where we see trash, he sees the building blocks of his kingdom. We look at our pain, our struggles, our frustrations and wish they didn’t exist. But God sees pain he can turn into joy, struggle he can turn into strength, frustration he can transform into victory.

Summer Camp 2023 is about rediscovering the God who wastes nothing, so let’s bring him everything we have, the good and the bad, and watch him work. Between worship, House Wars, small groups, free time activities, and awesome late nights, it will be the best week of your summer!

High School

July 22–26

Middle School

July 27–30
Apply for financial assistance
Registrations are non-refundable. The registration fee includes your student’s transportation, room, meals at camp, and all Summer Camp activities. If your student wants to purchase a souvenir or snacks, they’ll need to bring some spending money.

Registrations are non-refundable. The registration fee includes your student’s room, meals at camp, and all Summer Camp activities. If your student wants to purchase a souvenir or snacks, they’ll need to bring some spending money.

2022 Highlights



Where is Summer Camp?
Rock Eagle 4-H Center
Eatonton, GA
When is Summer Camp?
High School – July 22-26

Middle School – July 27-30
I am graduating in 2023 – can I still attend Summer Camp?
Yes! Students who are graduating high school can still attend Summer Camp. There is an option to register as a graduating senior.
I’m entering middle school in the fall of 2023 – can I attend Summer Camp?
Yes! Rising 6th graders are able to attend our Middle School Camp.
I’m going to be in 9th grade in the fall of 2023 — which camp do I register for?
As a rising 9th grader, you will need to register for High School Camp.
If my student has a diagnosed intellectual or developmental disability, can they still attend camp?
We want to provide the best experience possible for your student, but there may be some limitations based on staffing, logistics and the camp environment that we must take into consideration. Please contact us at prior to registering your student so we can talk through your students’ specific needs.
Where can parents find more information?
Right here! As we get closer to camp, we will post a parent video, information packet and departure information on our site. If you have any more questions, you can always email us at
I’m not getting any emails from camp, what do I do?
Make sure to add to your address book to ensure you get our emails. Our emails will go to the email address you listed for the parent contact and might be different than the email you listed for your order confirmation. We will send balance due reminders starting in May and a parent email with details about camp in July. Sometimes emails go to your junk folder so please check that as well. If you are still not receiving emails, please contact us at
What is the FAST PASS registration?
Fast Pass registration is available for the first 75 students who register for each camp. The Fast Pass gives a few incentives for registering early and include a shorter meal line and a few snacks for the ride to camp.


Are cell phones allowed at camp?
No cell phones are allowed at camp. We want Summer Camp to be a distraction-free week for students, and few things distract students as much as their phones. Over the years, we’ve found that taking students out of their regular routine opens them up to hear from Jesus in ways they haven’t before. 

Before we leave for camp, we will give you a contact number for emergencies only. All of our leaders will have cell phones so your student will have access to a phone if they need to reach you.
What are the camp rules?
If we have an issue with your student breaking the rules or any other behavioral issues, you will be contacted and will need to come pick up your student. This will be handled on a case-by-case basis depending on the rules that are broken.

• Respect the people, respect the place
• No romantic displays of affection
• Be on time for all services and activities


What does camp cost?
The regular rate for camp is $395 for High School and $375 for Middle School and is available until May 31, 2023. The late rate starts June 1, 2023 and is $425 for High School and $415 for Middle School.
Can I put down a deposit?
Yes. This year a deposit option of $200 is available through March 31, 2023. The remaining balance must be paid in full by May 31, 2023. If the balance is NOT paid in full, your students spot and your deposit will be forfeited.
What if I can’t afford it?
One reason we opened registration early was to make it easier for families to send their students to Summer Camp by spreading the cost over several months. If you know you won’t be able to afford Summer Camp, even with a payment plan, you may be eligible for financial assistance. Financial assistance applications will be available on January 5, 2023.
How can I help send a student to camp?
We never want the cost of camp to be the reason students can’t attend. To help send a student who may not be able to afford to go, please contact your church youth pastor for how to donate directly to students at your church.
Do you offer refunds?
After signing up for Summer Camp, your money is non-refundable. You may transfer your spot to someone else UNTIL June 15, 2023, but please understand you are responsible for finding someone to transfer the spot to. In the unlikely event that Summer Camp 2023 is cancelled, your registration would be refundable. 
How do I pay off my deposit?
You can make payments or pay off your balance using the MAKE A PAYMENT link on your camp confirmation email. Balances are due by May 31, 2023.
Do I need to send money to camp?
We will have snacks and souvenirs available for purchase. While it is not necessary to send additional money, we recommend $50 for the week.


How can I contact my student in the event of an emergency?
There will be an emergency phone line for you to call and get in contact with your student. It will be sent to you as part of the virtual parent meeting in June and posted on this page prior to camp.
How does my student get to camp?
Transportation is provided as part of your registration. All students registered with Seacoast Church will travel on Charter Buses. Please be aware that we do not depart from every location. We will post departure locations prior to camp on this page and it is important that you depart from the location your campus is assigned to ensure we have a seat for your student. If you are planning on bringing your student directly to camp or picking them up from camp, please email us at so we can make a note on your students registration.
What does my student eat at camp?
The Rock Eagle 4-H Center features a state-of-the-art dining hall, which offers buffet-style meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The Center also features the snack shop which will be open during free time and late at night for campers to purchase good and refreshments. If your student has food allergies, please indicate this on the registration form. Rock Eagle is set up to accommodate most food allergies. And its dining hall is peanut free. If your student has extreme food allergies, please email us at so we can work with you directly and the 4-H Center to make sure we can accommodate your student.
How do you handle food allergies and dietary restrictions?
The dining hall at camp can accommodate most food allergies & dietary restrictions. Please be sure to note all food allergies or dietary restrictions on your student’s registration form so we can let the dining staff know. If you student has severe allergies, please contact us at There are some situations where supplemental food may need to be sent to camp with the student.
What are the sleeping arrangements at camp?
Rock Eagle 4-H Center is set up so that every camper has a twin bed to sleep in! Lodging is set up in cabins of 22 bunks beds. There are six rooms in each building and a common space area. Five of the rooms are designed for students with 4 bunk beds and a private bathroom. They also have a cubby space for each camper with 3 drawers to keep their personal belongings. The sixth room is for the two leaders assigned to the cabin and features a similar set up with just two beds.
Will there be security?
Yes. We will have a security team at Summer Camp to ensure your students' safety. For every ten students, there will be a volunteer room leader. This leader has been background checked and interviewed. In addition, the 4-H center provides additional security 24/7.
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