Health and Safety

Health and Safety

At Riverside Bible Camp, every reasonable effort is made to ensure that our campers have a safe and enjoyable stay. As challenges present themselves, a problem-solving format is used to support all those involved.


Discipline will be fair and progressive and utilized as a teaching tool as much as possible. Clear and consistent consequences will be put in place.

Bullying will not be tolerated.

While we hope it is not necessary, failure to follow the directions of the staff and volunteers may lead to the camper being sent home early.

Special Considerations

For food sensitivities and other allergies as well as required physical restrictions, please inform us with pre-registration.

Medical Concerns

  • All medications and supplements will need to be handed in to the camp nurse at registration. They will be administered to the child as directed and returned when camp is over.
  • The cost of prescription medication required by the child while at camp will be paid by the parent or guardian.
  • Medical emergencies will be handled in relation to the severity of the situation. Personnel trained in First Aid are available at all times.
  • Parents will be notified by the camp of any illness or injury that may occur during the camper's stay. Emergency  intervention  will be administered to a child considered in distress, pending safe transport to the nearest medical facility.

Communication with Home

The camp phone may be used by campers to call home at the camp staff's discretion.


You may place a request for one cabin-mate with registration. Every effort will be made to ensure that your child is with his or her cabin-mate of choice.
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