Camper INFORMATION / F.A.Q.
Important Dates & Times
Check-in will begin at 9:00am on Monday, June 10th at Victory in the Main Lobby. All campers must check-in by 9:30am for a 10:00am departure.
We will return to Victory on Wednesday, June 12th @ 11:00am. We will dismiss from the bus, parked in the back of the church (facing the VCS football field.) Please note: We ask that parents be prompt in picking up children on Wednesday, June 12th.
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Camp Victory Medication Policy
Prescription medications need to be in the original bottle, with only the amount needed for the camper’s stay at Camp Victory. All inhalers, nasal sprays, and EpiPens must be in the prescription box with label and must NOT be expired. All Prescription Bottles & Over-The-Counter Medications should come in a Ziploc bag with a completed Camp Victory Medication Label attached to it.
On camp check-in day, complete dosage instructions should be written on the Camper’s Medication Form for each medication along with the camper's name, then put inside theziploc bag. All Medications will be turned in to the nurse upon check-in at camp. Please turn all medications in to your church leader before coming to camp.
We suggest bringing $15. The Snack Shack will be open twice daily for those who wish to purchase snacks, drinks, candy, and t-shirts. During kids’ camp, spending money will be collected at check-in and be placed on account in the Snack Shack. All transactions will be made on account and remaining money will be returned to campers at check- out time.
Camp Victory Wellness Policy
Campers who arrive at camp with a fever, ringworm, pink eye, head lice, or any other communicable disease, will not be admitted and no refund will be given.
Parents should do a head lice check on their campers two weeks before camp.
Each camper will be examined for head lice before departure. If nits or lice are present, campers will be turned away with no refunds issued.
summer camp F.A.Q.
Q. When is my camp balance due?
A. Camp cost (per camper) is $150.00. All camp balances must be paid in full by June 1st, 2019. Online applicants will be charged an additional $1.50 processing fee.
Q. What is the counselor to camper ratio?
A. Two counselors for every ten to twelve campers in the bunkhouses.
Q. Who is on staff during camp?
A. Along with the Victory Kids team and volunteers, the camp is staffed with a resident director, food service personnel, trained counselors, and an onsite nurse.
Q. Are campers always supervised?
A. Yes – A counselor accompanies campers at children’s camp 24 hours a day.
Q. How are the campers disciplined?
A. First time – warning. Second time – miss activity. Third time – sent to the Kids Pastor. Continued disobedience may result in dismissal from camp.
Q. May I call my camper?
A. We are fully aware of our great responsibility in the care of your child. In case of an emergency, you will be notified immediately. Out of consideration for other campers and planned activities, incoming calls are not allowed except in case of emergency. Should campers need to contact parents, calls can be made through the camp office.
Q. What do you do for homesick campers? Do you let them call home?
A. Yes – Campers are allowed to use the Camp Victory Office phone to call home. Campers who become homesick and leave their camp session early are not eligible for refunds. If a camper leaves camp for any reason, it is the responsibility of the parents to provide transportation home.
Q. Can campers receive mail?
A. Yes. In order for your camper to receive mail while at camp, send it a few days before your session begins. Be sure to include Campers' name and session date on the envelope. No emails, please. Mail received after a camper's session will not be forwarded.
Camp Victory Address: Camp Victory 34585 W. Basin RD. Mannford, OK 74044
Q. Where do I register?
A. Great question! Registration is done through an online form. You can register by visiting www.victorykids.family and clicking on the Events tab on the Home Page.