CBC hosts seven weeks of camp each summer, usually starting the second-third week of June and ending in early August. Some weeks are for specific ages, others are “mixed” weeks that include a blend of younger and older teen campers.
CBC has a collection of comfortable living quarters. All 12 cabins have air conditioning and heating with bathrooms and showers. Each cabin holds 20 people in 5 rooms of 4 beds (bunks) and two full bathrooms, shower stalls, and a central living area.
Cabins for male and female campers are separated across campus.
Staff Dependent (8 years & older),$135*
Worker (17 and under),$90*
Campers Staying Over Weekend,$15 extra*
Staff,$35 or more donation to cover expenses*[/table]*$25 required deposit included.
To reserve a spot in your favorite week you must submit a registration form with $25 deposit before June 1. Some weeks fill up quickly, so submit your registration and deposit as soon as possible to CBC P.O. Box 1235 Mocksville, NC 27028.
Bible teaching and worship experiences are the center of Carolina Bible Camp. Our goal is to provide the best environment that allows teens to worship, learn, and experience Christian living through unique activities that are special to CBC. Each camper will enjoy a variety of interactive Bible classes, group worship, quiet devotionals, and singing each day.
Camp is also a time for teens to enjoy time with other Christians as they enjoy sports, crafts, and other activities. Basketball, volleyball, softball, and tennis are all readily available; campers also use these same facilities to create their own interesting group games. Swimming is available each day (weather permitting) and separate swim times are available for boys and girls. A lifeguard is on duty at all designated swim times.
Handcrafts in many forms are available to all campers. A separate fee is charged based on the craft and ranges in price from .50 to $10.
Check in between 1:30pm and 5:30pm on Sunday. A parent and camper should check-in at the dining hall before moving into a cabin.
Campers are to be picked up by 11:00 a.m. on Saturday. Earlier on Saturday there are camp ceremonies and awards so parents may wish to come early on Saturday and participate in those activities.
What to Bring:
- A personal Bible
- Notebook and pencil
- Sleeping bag (or sheets and blanket)
- Toilet articles (soap, toothbrush, etc.),
- Sports equipment
- Musical instruments
Make sure all items are carefully identified. Bring money for crafts and the canteen.
What Not to Bring:
- Food – please do not bring any snack food to camp. Any food brought to camp will be collected on arrival and returned on departure. Any food brought for medically-mandated special diets will be kept in the kitchen with the Kitchen Director.
- No personal electronics; cell phone, iPod, MP3 player, gaming system, etc
- No cigarettes, matches, fireworks
- No knives
- No pets of any kind
All medication should be placed in a zip lock plastic bag with the camper’s name written on the outside. The medication should be clearly labeled with the camper’s name and recommended dosage and any notes to the camp Nurse should be inside the bag . This bag should be brought to registration and given to the nurse at that time. For the safety of other campers, no one should retain their own medication.
A bank for the camper’s spending money is available for most weeks. At registration you may deposit this money into the “CBC Bank” and the camper may use it for purchases at the canteen and for crafts during the week without having to carry money. All unused funds will be available to the camper or parents for pickup at the end of the week.
Personal Appearance & Conduct
Campers are expected to model Christian behavior at all times, respecting the property, privacy, and needs of fellow campers and staff. Bullying in any manner will not be tolerated and may result in early departure for the camper.
Modest clothing is required at all times. Revealing clothing like halter-tops, short skirts, body shirts, clothing exposing the midriff, or any clothing determined to be immodest cannot be worn in camp. Tank shirts are not allowed at any time. Shorts may be worn by campers and staff but they must be appropriate length: when standing with arms and hands down by side the shorts must reach tip of longest finger.
When walking to and from the pool a robe must be worn over swimsuits. For your convenience the pool area does have an area for changing.
Lost & Found
Each year hundreds of items are inadvertently left behind at camp. Please make sure your camper looks in the lost & found before leaving camp. Any left items cannot be mailed or stored for campers so please check before departing camp.
Mail can be sent to campers at the camp address.
CBC & Retreat Center, Inc.
1988 Jericho Church Road
Mocksville, NC 27028
Please limit any phone calls to or from camp for emergency purposes only.
Visitation time is between 5-9 p.m. each day so please plan your visits to occur during this period of time only. Upon arrival please check-in with the camp director.
If you plan to stay for a meal a $5 donation should be given to the director to cover the cost of the meal.
Overnight visitation is discouraged.
For questions about registration, contact firstname.lastname@example.org