Frequently Asked Questions

What should I wear to camp?

Casual attire is fine! Come prepared for a variety of fun outdoor activities. Shorts and skirts must be at or below the knee, and shirts must be modest. No tank tops or low-cut tops. There will be no need for swimming clothes. Athletic clothing is recommend for outdoor activities!

Am I able to leave the camp during the Summit?

No leaving camp for extracurricular activities. All Discipleship Summit attendees must get permission before leaving the camp.

Can I participate as a parent?

While we encourage the young people to share what they have learned during Camp with their parents, the Summit itself is for students only.

Is there a curfew?

Curfew will be enforced. Attendees are not allowed out of their rooms after curfew except when accompanied by a team leader.

Will there be any swimming?

No swimming is permitted during the Discipleship Summit.

Is there transportation from any local airports?

No airport transportation is provided.

Can I request to be on a specific team?

You are welcome to send us an email with your request. However, due to limited space we may not be able to accommodate all requests.

Who will supervise the attendees?

A group of trained leaders and adults, as well as Fort Rock staff will supervise the Summit.

When does registration close?

Registration closes when camp is filled.

How old do I need to be to attend?

The Summit is for young people aged 15–25. (Exceptions for 14 year olds will be made only if attending with an older sibling.)

Will my child be able to keep a cell phone and communicate with me?

Yes

Will food allergies be accommodated?

Unfortunately we cannot provide special food for campers with dietary restrictions or allergies. Feel free to bring your own food if your diet needs require it.

How can I be involved in Summit?

Please pray for camp with us!

What are the sleeping accommodations?

Please bring your own bedding and towels! The cabins have twin sized mattresses on the bunks. Guys and girls will be housed in separate cabins.