like coming to camp! Whether it’s your first time or you’ve
never missed a summer, we are here to help make it go smoothly!
Below you will find all the forms to help you be prepared.
If you have any questions throughout the registration process,
call the Camp office at (979) 968-1657.
Here is all that you
need for your time at Camp.
The opportunity to develop new friendships, some of which may
last a lifetime, is one of the rich blessings that camp has to
offer. Sharing the camp experience with friends is also a blessing.
It has always been our goal to assure parents and campers that
no individual camper is forced to be separated from all of their
friends. We will do all that we can to honor your cabin mate request
and believe that it will be possible. However, if more than
two reciprocal cabin mates were requested there is a chance that
honoring some requests may not be possible. Therefore, if
more than two reciprocal cabin mates were requested, the total
request will be voided until all other requests are filled. If
you have made a cabin mate request, please consult with the other
families involved and make sure that only exact reciprocal requests
from all individual registrants are submitted.
Check-in begins at 4:00 P.M. First scheduled activity is
at 5:15 pm. Please be here no later than 4:45 pm. Upon arrival
to camp, proceed to the Base Camp parking lot where you will be
greeted by a staff member and will be given directions for parking,
unloading, camper check-in, and cabin assignments.
A health screening will be part of the check-in procedure. Campers
with head lice (eggs/nits or hatched) will not be accepted and
session fees cannot be refunded or transferred at this point
(see cancellation policy here),
so please be sure your camper is lice-free! Click here
to read more about our head lice policy.
When you arrive to pick up your camper, please go to the check-in/check-out
pavilion. Once your identification is verified (PLEASE BRING YOUR
ID), you will be given a check-out slip for the camper you are
picking up. This slip will let your child’s counselor know
that you are approved to pick up your camper.
• Confirm that all personal belongings, medication, and
Trading Post money have been secured before you leave Camp.
• Check-out will take place immediately after the Closing
Program, which is from 12:45-1:30 P.M. Please join us for the
• If following check-out you discover that items were left
behind, call the camp office 979-968-1657 for assistance. Lost
and found not claimed by the end of the year will be donated to
a local charity.
The camp Trading Post supplies the campers' snack time needs with
candy, ice cream, and soft drinks as well as T-shirts, caps, and
the like. Food and drink items, T-shirts, caps, postage stamps
and miscellaneous items range from $.50 to $35.00. Please plan
your child's spending money accordingly. All of the camper’s
spending money should be deposited in the Camp Bank. Purchases
at the Trading Post are deducted and any remaining balance is
refunded after the closing-program. However, this summer,
Camp Lone Star is teaming up with campers and their parents to
make an impact. During the week campers will learn about
our Summer Mission Partner: Love Does. At the end of the week,
campers will have the opportunity to donate their Trading Post
refund toward supporting this great ministry and boldly sharing
the light of Christ.
If your camper will be taking medication during their camp session,
fill out the form here.
You will have the opportunity to purchase photos and a video online
at the end of the camp session through camplonestar.smugmug.com.
Stay posted with a preview of photos during the week on our Facebook
Here you can find out
how to get financial assistance in paying for camp.