At Bond Camp, all campers, faculty and staff are to dress by the highest standards; thus, modesty must prevail. Camping suggest casual clothes which usually consists of jeans and t-shirts. Shorts of modest length and style are also allowed. We do not allow halter tops, tube tops, tank tops, spaghetti straps, short shorts, tight or see-through clothing or any clothing with advertising or messages that are deemed inappropriate. Two piece, revealing, or bikini type swimsuits will not be allowed for girls or boys of any age. We ask that parents please review the camp rules and dress code with their children before coming to camp.
The Camp Director reserves the right to dismiss any camper or faculty member or to refuse admission to anyone who, in his opinion,is a distraction to the camp program. No refunds will be made. Campers and faculty alike are expected to remain true to the ideals and regulations of the camp.
We are first and primarily a Christian Camp. Tobacco and drugs (including alcohol) are not permitted. Any form of weapon is also not permitted. Profanity is not allowed. All medications need to be checked in with the nurse at registration time. Injury and illness must be reported to the camp nurse immediately. Shoes must be worn at all times outside of the dorms. Neither campers nor faculty are allowed to enter or linger near the dorm of the opposite sex.
All campers are to abide by the camp schedule. No one is permitted to leave the campgrounds without the permission of the Dean. Campers who drive to camp are required to turn their car keys in to the Dean. Campers are discouraged from leaving camp for outside activities (ball games, etc.) Snacks of any kind are not allowed in the dorms. Any camper who willfully and intentionally damages camp equipment or property will repair or replace it at the campers expensse.
We wish to give every camper a week free from the hundreds of advertisements, music, and movies that bombard them with temptation and deception. As a result of this desire, all music/video devices, magazines, cell phones and other various personal electronic devices are prohibited.