Great Camp 2024 Details


Here are the important details for students attending Great Camp 2024!

Final Registration with be on Saturday June 22, 2024 at 9 am
– All outstanding balances due
– All medications will need to be checked in with the camp nurse before departure
– Buses will leave at 10 am

Eagle Cove Camp
19194 OR-36
Blachly, OR 97412

There is very limited cell service at camp, it is unlikely your student’s phone will have a signal. If you have an emergency or need to get a hold of us, please use the following:

Lodge Landline Phone (emergencies only): (541) 927-3330 (UPDATED TO CORRECT NUMBER)

Staff Contacts:
Robert Beckley (high school): (541) 556-8867
Daniel Bennett (middle school): (503) 208-4179
Kate Mock (middle school): (503) 881-9989
Kate Snegirev (admin): (503) 798-8533


WHAT TO BRING: Bible, tent, warm sleeping bag (it can get COLD at night), pillow, flashlight, reusable water bottle, deodorant, soap, shampoo, toothbrush/toothpaste, one beach towel, one shower towel, flip flops (for the shower), modest swimwear, sunscreen, a week’s worth of clothes (including a sweatshirt or something warm for the evenings). Please label all of your belongings with your name.

REMEMBER, it can get very cold at night, so warm sleeping bags and clothes are strongly encouraged. The forecast puts us at mid-70s during the day and mid-40s at night. 

OPTIONAL: money for the snack shack, sunglasses, camera, water toys.

WHAT NOT TO BRING: Anything illegal or dangerous, such as explosives, drugs, weapons, or fire producing objects, OR ANYTHING that would potentially distract you or anyone else (this would include but is not limited to, most entertainment equipment, electronic devices, reading materials, cell phones, indecent swimwear, bad attitudes, pranks, video games, laser pointers, etc.). Also, don’t bring anything super valuable or that will break your heart if it gets lost or broken. There is minimal cell service at camp, so your phone will likely not have a signal.


Students are mostly responsible to arrange their own sleeping areas, with help from their group leader. Boys and girls have seperate sleeping areas. Most students share tents, with the option for a couple yurts in each sleeping area. The best way to finalize sleeping arrangements is to come to RIOT or Highlife next week (June 19 and 20) beause there will be small group “camp planning” time. We will also have “camp dads” available to help set up tents at camp.


We take safety at our events very seriously. Our team has planned this event to minimize anything that could cause harm to our students. Here are a few of the protocols that are in place:

(1) Every adult at camp has passed a background check and undergone mandatory reporting training. Our staff is also trained in protocols that help maintain healthy boundaries with students. A copy of our staff code of conduct is attached below.

(2) There is a 3-1 ratio of adults to students. Students are never left unsupervised during the day, and during the night all students are accounted for by their small group leaders. We also have a team of parents that serve as security throughout the event.

(3) We have two registered nurses that are always available to administer medications and first aid as needed. In addition we have a team of “camp moms” that are in charge of keeping our kids sunscreened and hydrated during the day.

(4) We always have lifeguards on duty when the lake is open and there will be a mandatory swim test for students to pass before they can swim in the lake. All students wear life jackets when boating.

Again, while we value fun our first priority will always be the safety of students.

If you have any questions about camp details, safety protocols, or anything else, please reach out below!

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June 24-27, 2024


Our offices are closed for Great Camp, our student ministries summer camp. Please email below or call and leave a voicemail at 503-581-2477 and our staff will get back to you as soon as we can.

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