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FAMILY AND ADULT CAMP FAQS

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CAN MY FAMILY BRING THEIR OWN SNACKS AND BEVERAGES?

Yes, your family is welcome to bring snacks and beverages. Please do not store any snacks in camper cabins (use plastic bins stored in a car) to minimize unwanted critters. Paradise Point Camp is a peanut-free facility, please do not bring peanuts or peanut products. 

Alcoholic beverages may be enjoyed in a responsible manner. Please refer to the guidelines linked above for more specifics.

WHAT IS A TYPICAL FAMILY CAMP LIKE?

All our family camps follow Paradise Point Camp's motto of "faith, fellowship, and fun!" All meals are provided from arrival to departure, and campers can sign-up to opt-in programming upon arrival. Spiritual programming is provided daily through either "morning celebration" or "evening reflection." 

Some families join all the programming available while others enjoy the lakeside views all weekend. Adults are responsible for watching youngsters. Paradise is yours to find. 

WHAT IF I'M NOT A MEMBER OF THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH?

Campers of all faith and non-faith backgrounds are welcome at Paradise Point Camp. We sing grace before meals and you are welcome to join our spiritual programming time. 

Want to learn more about the Episcopal Church? Check out their website here.

WHAT IS THE LODGING LIKE?

We are a rustic camp. Camper cabins and platform tents provide basic shelter (no power or water). Guests use the central Bath House for restrooms and showers. Our King Building hosts 6 dorm-style rooms with power and heat, connected by a shared bathroom. Paradise Point has 2 RV sports with hookups and campers are welcome to bring their camping vans, tent camp or enjoy the true summer camp experience in our camper cabins.

CAN YOU ACCOMMODATE A SPECIAL DIET?

Our food service professionals pride themselves in providing quality, tasty, and timely food service. Let us know during the registration process if you or your family member has any specific dietary needs. Our kitchen can accommodate most dietary needs (vegetarian, vegan, dairy free, gluten free or any combination). Paradise Point Camp is a peanut-free facility. We cannot guarantee no cross-contamination of foods due to our shared food-prep space.

WHAT SHOULD I BRING TO CAMP?

First, check the forecast for McCall, Idaho and bring clothes appropriate for spending most of your time outside. 

Paradise Point Camp does not provide bedding, towels or sleeping bags (mattress pads and fitted sheets are provided for King Building guests). Camper cabin beds are twin sized. King Building rooms have full sized and twin sized beds. We recommend a twin fitted sheet, sleeping bag, pillow, and blanket for bedding. 

Check out this packing list for more details.

CAN MY FAMILY BRING DOGS?

We only allow service animals for overnight guests. Sorry.

CAN I STAY OFF CAMP?

While we would love for you to spend as much time as possible at Paradise Point Camp, we understand that it's not always possible. Campers are welcome to stay off camp during any family or adult camp and participate in all programming and meals. There is no price difference for folks staying off camp during any family or adult camp.

Don’t hesitate to reach out to us if something is still unanswered.