CAMP HALUWASA FALL RETREATS 2022

Join us this fall for wonderful adventure and lots of exciting activities at one of our Fall Retreats! We offer a Junior Retreat for boys and girls ages 8 to 11 and a Teen Retreat for ages 12 to 15!

2022 Camp Haluwasa Fall Retreats NJ from Camp Haluwasa.

 

"SUBMERGED" - A JOURNEY INTO GOD'S WORD

Submerged - A Journey Into God's Word - Camp Haluwasa Fall RetrreatsGet ready to be "SUBMERGED" an amazing journey into the Bible. Learn why it is so important to spend time in God's Word daily! Campers will get important tips on HOW to study the Bible and discover God's Treasures within. Come find out how to SHARE and APPLY these treasures in everyday life! Take a journey into the Bible, discover its direction and application for a life abundant with God's love.

 

We are so excited to present this theme for Camp Haluwasa's Fall Retreats. You will not want to miss out on these retreats! Great for new campers who have never experienced overnight camp. For past campers - Come see some of your camper friends and make new ones! The Summer Haluwasa Staff will be leading these retreats and they cannot wait to see you!

 

JOIN US FOR: CAMP GAMES - CAMP SONGS - GUTENBERG BIBLE PRINTING PRESS EXPERIENCE - CRAFT TIME - WORSHIP & EVENT SPEAKERS - NIGHT GAMES - "THE GREAT TREASURE HUNT" - PUPPET SHOW - SNACK SHOP - DEVOS - TEAM BUILDING FUN - AND MUCH MORE!

 

Register today to reserve your spot - First come, first served. Limited number of spots so be sure to Register Online Now! Links below:

FALL JR. RETREAT - AGES 8 TO 11

Retreat Cost $125 - Arrive Friday, Nov. 4th at 7:30 PM - Depart Sunday, Nov. 6th at 1 PM

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FALL TEEN RETREAT - AGES 12 TO 15

Retreat Cost $125 - Arrive Friday, Nov. 11th at 7:30 PM - Depart Sunday, Nov. 13th at 1 PM

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Reserve your spot today! First Come - First Served - Limited Number of Reservations! Don't Miss Out!


 

See What To Bring & What Not To Bring Info Below...

 

Submerged - A Journey Into God's Word - Camp Haluwasa Fall Retrreats


WHAT TO BRING TO CAMP

General Instructions

Please do not send valuable clothing or personal items with your camper. Camper belongings can get mixed up, damaged, or even lost. We always recommend labeling everything you send to camp.

Feel free to call us during business hours with any questions you may have.
Monday - Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00

Office Phone: +1 609 561 3081

 

What To Pack List

  • Appropriate Recreational Clothing
  • Notepad & Pencil/Pen
  • Camper’s Medications & Health Form
  • Inexpensive Bible (optional)
  • Sleeping Bag or Sheets & Blanket

 

  • Pillow (overnight camp only)
  • Soap, Toothbrush & other Toiletries (overnight camp only)
  • Flashlight (overnight camp only)
  • Inexpensive Rain Poncho ( suggested)
 

What Not To Bring To Camp

  • Cell Phones
  • MP3 Players or other Media Players
  • Camper Spending Money – See Camper Spending Money Below
  • Aerosol Can Products
  • Magazines, Comics, Books, or Reading Material other than a Bible
  • Alcohol, Vapes, Tobacco or other Controlled Substances
  • Fireworks, Matches, Lighters, Knives of any kind (no fishing fillet knifes), or other items that could possibly be construed as a weapon

 

Cell Phone Policy

Camp Haluwasa has a strict “no cell phone policy” for the protection and privacy of all of our campers. Cell phones can be damaged, misplaced or lost. Their use potentially disrupts camp programs. Improper use of cell phone cameras combined with internet capability creates a serious personal privacy and liability issue for parents and campers.

 

Camper Medications

All youth camps in the state of New Jersey must comply with strict regulations regarding the administration of medications.

All camper medications (even over-the-counter medications) must be given to the camp Medical Director upon “check-in” at camp. Any medications discovered in a camper’s possession during the session will be collected by camp personnel and parents/guardians will be called.

All medications must be provided must be in their original containers and clearly labeled for the camper. We ask that you only provide what is needed for the weekend. When dropping off medications, parents/guardians must give Haluwasa written and detailed instructions for administering the medications to their camper.

All unused camper medications must be picked up at the end of the retreat.

Haluwasa must destroy and dispose of all unclaimed medications by Monday evening following the end of the retreat according to state law.

 

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