Summer camp registration can be completed in two ways, we prefer online registration for the accuracy of camper information in our system:
All campers (both youth and adult) are required to complete a health history and authorization form in order to attend camp. Please notify us in advance if you will require special accommodations to attend camp. Individual arrangements can be made as needed.
A Medical Information Form can be submitted in one of two ways:
Adult campers over age 18, please use the ADULT Medical Information Form and the ADULT Medication List.
(Important: If you have a food allergy or other concern we should be aware of before camp starts, please mail your form directly to camp at least 2 weeks prior to the start date of your event.)
Medication is any substance a person takes to maintain and/or improve their health. This includes vitamins and natural remedies. All medications are collected, stored, and distributed by camp health care personnel. Please list ALL medications through your online account Dashboard. (Include prescription, over-the-counter, or non-Prescription drugs taken routinely.) Bring only enough medications to last the entire time at camp. Keep it in the original packaging/bottle that identifies the prescribing physician (if a prescription drug), the name of the medication, the dosage, and the frequency of administration.
If you prefer to list medications on a paper form, please complete page 2 of the Medical Information Form. If you need more space to complete your list, please print the Additional Page for Camper Medication.
All camps require a Release of Liability Waiver for participation in any Dakotas UM Camping Event.
A Release of Liability Waiver can be submitted in one of two ways:
All camps require a COVID-19 Release of Liability Waiver for participation in any Dakotas UM Camping Event.
A COVID-19 Release of Liability Waiver can be submitted in one of two ways:
The Camp & Retreat Board feels strongly that everyone who wants to attend camp can do so, and that no camper will be turned away because they can't afford to pay. We provide campership funds to the individuals who need them most, based on individual and family needs. Our expectation is that your local church, personal funds, other sources of support and conference support will combine to cover the registration cost for one conference camping event of your choice. Please allow enough time for this application to be reviewed prior to your camp experience. Don't lose your spot at camp! Please register before completing you campership application!
Our policy is that we can provide financial assistance for one camp, per camper, per year.
Effective January 2020, we are no longer able to offer bus service to and from Storm Mountain Center. We apologize for any inconvenience.
It’s always fun to drive to camp with a friend! We encourage those interested in carpooling to check with their local church or camp ambassador. The camping office is unable to coordinate or arrange rides for campers.