Who can attend Camp KidJam?

Kids entering the 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th grade in the fall of 2018.

How many leaders should I bring?

You must have one leader for every seven campers that you’ll be bringing (1:7). This means that for every seven boys, you must have a male leader and for every seven girls, you must have a female leader. We will not allow housing arrangements with one leader and one camper in a room, unless it is a mother/daughter or father/son arrangement. We will also not allow boy campers to attend without a male leader or girl campers to attend without a female leader.

What is the cost for leaders to attend camp?

The cost for leaders is the same as the cost for campers. They will attend all of the same activities, except for Tracks and Color Wars. During that time, our staff and interns will facilitate track activities for campers, while you and your leaders attend Leader Training.

If I register a group before the price increase, but add more to my group after the price increase, can I still get the lower price?

All new registrations and additions to existing groups made on or after February 1, 2018, will be charged the increased price.

Can my bus driver stay on campus?

Yes, of course! To arrange a room for your bus driver please contact us at info@campkidjam.com.

How can parents communicate with their kids during camp?

Please give the parents of your campers your cell phone number. This way they can get in touch with their children through you or someone that is with your church. Neither Camp KidJam nor the campus locations are responsible for getting parents in touch with their children.

What are Tracks?

Tracks are classes (not the boring kind!) that kids will attend while you and your leaders are at Leader Training. Each child will choose one track option that they will attend each full day of camp! Tracks fill up fast so please sign your kids up as soon as possible. A full list of track options is coming soon!

Can parents visit their kids at camp?

No, we do not allow parents to visit their kids while at camp. This is for the safety of all the campers. If we have tons of parents visiting, it’s hard to know who is a parent and who is a potential stranger. Please do not ask, we will not make any exceptions.

I registered for Camp KidJam and am SUPER excited, but now what?

One of our CKJ staff members will be in touch with you very soon! In the meantime we encourage you to log into your account, look around and get familiar with how everything works.

How do I log into my account?

Click the log in button in the upper right hand corner of the screen. Enter your user name (email) and password. It’s that easy! If you have any problems logging into your account please let us know.

What is available in the camp store and how much spending money should my campers bring?

We have drawstring backpacks, baseball caps, water bottles, CD’s, t-shirts and more! We also have resources for leaders, such as books and DVD’s. We recommend that campers bring no more than $30. And please make sure that their money is in a wallet or ziplock bag with their name on it! Camp KidJam is not responsible for replacing lost spending money.

We’re thinking about bringing a group of kids to camp next summer. Can we visit one of your camps this summer?

Absolutely! But since the safety of our campers is our number one priority, we require that every person who visits camp has a host. They will answer all of your questions, show you around, introduce you to our staff and interns, show you all of the different Tracks, Color Wars and Jam Session. They will even treat you to lunch in the dining hall! To schedule a visit please email us at info@campkidjam.com. Our visitor spots do fill up fast, so please let us know as soon as you can!