Online registration is now open. Paper registration available to download at the bottom of this page.
PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED, AND EACH FAMILY MUST REGISTER INDEPENDENTLY. Please review our updated 1) Camping Policies and 2) Lakefront Policies (available to download at the bottom of this page) prior to arrival. Thank you!
How Do I Register?
How Will I Select My Campsite?
Online! A map of campsites will be available at time of registration. When you register online, you will be able to list your first, second and third preference for a campsite. Please allow several days for our staff to review your registration and assign your site. As sites are assigned, the map will be updated. Please check the site map several business days after registering online to view the list of sites to see where you have been assigned.
Returning participants will be given priority on their sites from the most recent Family Camp up until Wednesday, March 15. After this time, sites will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis based on earliest registration date.
Reference Map Only. This is from the 2022 Fall Family Camp.
2023 Spring Family Camp Registration map. After you register, your spot will show up as staff review and update map. Check back for updates.
Grey Dot=Available Blue Dot=In review
Red Dot=Registered Green Dot=Checked in and here
Red Group= Areas reserved for groups.
What Will In-Person Check-In Look Like?
Since you will have already registered online in advance, check-in during Family Camp will be quick and simple. When you arrive, you will already have an assigned campsite where you may set up. Please stop by the Camp Store during hours of operation to check-in. Alternatively, you may check-in directly with a staff member rather than at the store as long as you are pre-registered.
As usual, fire barrels will be available to grab, so feel free to help yourself to one of those. If you would like a picnic table or need to purchase ice or firewood, you may still do that in-person at the Camp Store after you arrive. You may also pick up your swim band if you are in 5th grade or older and have passed the swim test.
Fall 2022 Update: Bikes and canoes/kayaks are no longer required to be registered with the camp. All participants are still required to adhere to camp policies related to those items. Personal watercraft is subject to the same lakefront policies as the camp-owned boats. Bike rules are available in the camping policies.
General Information About Family Camp
Family Camp is a long-standing tradition at Round Lake, occurring twice each year during the Memorial and Labor Day Holiday Weekends. This is a fun-filled weekend at the camp for the entire family. It is a great opportunity to join together with our brothers and sisters in Christ to relax, have fun and worship God together. Bring your own tent or RV to camp out on the grounds for the weekend. Guests provide all their own camping supplies and food. Firewood and ice are available to purchase at the event, or you may bring your own. Picnic tables and fire pits are available to borrow on a first-come, first-served basis.
Note on Pets: The camp maintains a strict no-pet policy during Family Camp. Thank you in advance for your cooperation!
1:30-4:30 pm Camp Store Open