Camp Guidelines and Policies:


  • Vehicles can only be driven through camp for the unloading and loading of luggage. After unloading luggage, all vehicles should remain parked for the remainder of your stay with us. Please park all vehicles at the large parking lot at the camp entrance. Please do NOT park in front of the dumpsters.

  • The group leader is responsible to inform all members of his/her group of the standards of High Point Camp. Leaders are also responsible to provided general and specific supervision of their group during periods when guests are not actively involved in programming led by our staff.

  • Meal times should be set for 8:00, 12:00 and 5:00. We will have food served for the first 1/2 hour of the meal time. However, you are welcome to stay in the dining hall longer so that your group can use the meal times to fellowship.

  • Excessively loud or questionable styles of music that may be offensive are prohibited. The volume of the music being used should be confined to the room or area in which it is being played.

  • All campers are to be in their cabins from 11:00 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. with lights out after 12:00 a.m. Exceptions to this rule should be discussed with the HPC Directors in advance of your stay.

  • Physical contact and public displays of affection by single men and women are discouraged. Married couples are asked to use discretion concerning these issues.

  • Clothing must be appropriate for the recreational activities in which the group is participating. No clothing shall be permitted that has questionable or offensive logos, signs, pictures or wording. Loose fitting shorts are permissible, but should have a length below mid-thigh. Pants must be modest and loose fitting. Shoes must be worn at all times.

  • Girls and boys bathing suits must be modest (girls: one piece suit or tankinis and boys: boxer-type shorts). Girls need a cover up going to and from the pool.

  • Offensive language or swearing is not permitted.

  • No one can use the lake unless a lifeguard is on duty. All persons on the lake must wear a life vest. All scheduled pool activities must also have a lifeguard on duty.

  • Guests are to leave facilities as they found them. Damages to room furnishings and equipment will be deducted from the group’s security deposit. Any additional costs above the amount of the security deposit will be billed to the group leader of the group organization. Group leaders are to monitor excessive dirt and trash from their group. Water fights and shaving cream battles are strongly discouraged around cabins and other buildings.

  • If any equipment or furniture is moved or borrowed, it should be returned to its original location. This includes tables, chairs, games, etc.

  • The use of cigarettes/tobacco products, alcohol, illegal narcotics, fireworks, and firearms are prohibited. The entire camp is a smoke-free environment.
  • No pets are allowed on camp property.