Family Camp
Family Camps offer a wholesome vacation for the entire family. The atmosphere is Christ centered. From the program, with scheduled time for Bible reading and two services each day, to the staff which serves to meet every camper need. One cannot over estimate the value a week can bring. The schedule is packed with activities for every age group, but campers can choose what they want to do, allowing the schedule to stay relaxed. Plan your next family vacation with Camp Joy.

Family Camp I - June 9-14
Family Camp II - June 30 - July 5
Family Camp III - July 28 - Aug. 2

Camp weeks open on Monday, 10 A.M. - 5:30 P.M. and end Saturday, 10 AM.
Family Camp One:
Tom Farrell
June 9-14, 2014
Family Camp Two:
Allen Griffith
June 30 - July 5, 2014
Family Camp Three:
Dan Deatrick
July 28 - August 2, 2014
Camp Cost:
Adult: $110 per adult
Child (ages 4-12): $85 per child
Infant (ages 0-3): FREE
Family (6 or more): $550 per family unit plus lodging and registration fee

Registration Fee: $100 per family
non-refundable, non-transferable

Lodging Costs:
Tent/Private Camper Site: $100 per site
Limited camper sites available.

Family Cabin Accommodations: $200 per cabin
Rustic cabin with outdoor bath house.

Standard Accommodations: $300 per room
Dorm-like rooms with indoor shared bath facilities.

Deluxe Accommodations: $400 per room
Hotel-like accomodations with private bath and air-conditioning (some with balcony view of the lake).

Driftwood Village Cabin: $600 per cottage
Private cottages with outer porch, sitting area, fireplace, air-conditioning, loft, and private bath.

Day Camp Costs:
Entire day with all meals: $23.50 per adult
Afternoon with dinner only: $10.50 per person

Motel Accomodations:
To make reservations, please make arrangements with the motel:

     America's Best Value Inn  (262) 472-0400
     Crossroads  (262) 742-2300

What To Bring: Bible, pencil, paper, twin-sized bedding or sleeping bag, pillow, towels, toiletries, spending money, and swimwear (one-piece bathing suits for ladies). Separate swimming periods will be scheduled for girls and guys.

DO NOT BRING: Radios, tape, CD or DVD players, cell phones, palm pilots, pagers, playing cards, fireworks, knives, video games, magazines, televisions, tobacco, alcoholic beverages, or drugs.



Items to bring money for are:
Snack Shops, Coffee Shop, Bookstore, Cowboy Town (souvenirs, toys, etc.)

Camp T-shirts, approximately $11 each

Camp shirts (polo-style or collared), ranging from $20-$30

Craft Shop, ranging from $1 - $10

CDs of services, $3 each message

"Week-in-Review" DVD, $8 each

Screenhouse, $1 (Campers sleep out in one of our wood-frame, screened-in cabins on our property for a night. There is a special marshmallow cookout and a devotional that night as well.)
BB Gun Range, $1

Grill, items ranging from $1 - $4 (pizza, hamburgers, fries, etc)

All accommodations are reserved on a first-come, first-serve basis. Reservations cannot be confirmed or guaranteed without registering in advance. Please send your registration form and $25 (per person) non-refundable, non-transferable registration fee to Camp Joy.

The balance will be due when you arrive at camp.
In striving to maintain modesty and a Christ-honoring atmosphere, we request that you follow these dress guidelines:

Men and Boys:
Collared shirts and nice pants for services. Please do not bring shorts to wear for general activities. Shorts are only permitted during men's separate swim times. Boys will not be permitted to wear sleeveless shirts (except during men's lakefront time). Bring sweats or running pants to wear over shorts to and from the lakefront.

Ladies and Girls:
Dresses or skirts, that fall well below the knee, for services and general activities (slits in skirts must also be well below the knee). For competitive activites, loose-fitting slacks or cullottes are permitted. Please no blue jeans. Ladies and young girls will not be permitted to wear shorts, low necklines, sleeveless blouses or tight fitting clothing at any time. Swimwear should only be one-pice.

We ask that the parents take special care to help their family in these matters, but we do reserve the right to ask any camper to change if clothing is considered to be inappropriate. Please do not bring any clothing with inappropriate advertising. Please bring a pair of dark, loose-fitting clothing for waterfront activities. At family lakefront time, all participants must be fully, modestly, and appropriately attired.
Enjoy some time as a family around the Word of God. Family camp provides many opportunities for both fun and relaxation!

Highlights of the Week:
Fun Fair at the coral with carnival games and picnic.
Romantic candelight dinner for adults.
Family Fun Time!
Game nights for every age group.
Bible-based childcare and nurseries available throughout the day.
Family lakefront and competitive activities.

With so much to do, your family is guaranteed a family vaction packed with wonderful memories!

To find out about more activities your family can enjoy, take a camp tour.