Camp Information & Guidelines

  1. Visitation: This event is not open to the public. All Visitors need to be registered through the FOTN registration page.
  2. Event Start Time / End Time: The event is scheduled from Sept. 99th to Oct. 8th of 2023. These are the only dates our group is authorized to be at the campground. Check-in is at 3:00 pm and check-out is 11:00 am.
  3. Please note that if you want to change your registration information for activities, lodging, or any other submitted information, you will need to email by Sept 10th, 2023.
  4. Camp address: 536 NE 186th Ave, Old Town, FL 32680
  5. No Smoking/Vaping: For the health and comfort of everyone, smoking/vaping is not allowed at the event.
  6. Parking: All vehicles are to be parked in designated areas. Please do not park on grass.
  7. General Curfew for the Campground: is 10:00 pm. Please be mindful of those who are sleeping and refrain from loud talking, noise, music, shofars, etc.
  8. Please provide adequate supervision of minors.
  9. No men in women’s cabins, no women in men’s cabins with the exception of family units or married couples.
  10. No inappropriate Public Displays of Affection (PDA).
  11. All river and pool swimming will only be available during scheduled times per lifeguard requirement.
  12. Activities in the river, canoeing and inflatable blob require a properly fitted life vest.
  13. Holy Days: From sundown, Sept 29th until sundown Oct 1st, we will observe the First Day of Sukkot and from sundown, Oct 7th until sundown Oct 8th we will observe the Eighth Day, Shemini Atzeret. These two days are observed like a Sabbath except that which pertains to food.
  14. Sabbath Day: From sundown Friday until sundown Saturday, we observe the Biblical Sabbath as found in the fourth commandment.
  15. All pets must be constrained by leash or kennel to prevent inconvenience or disturbance of others. Pets must be kept at tent site or RV site. No pets are allowed for cabin accommodations. Pets are not allowed inside of cabins at any time. Do Not bring your pets to any public gatherings, pavilion, clubhouse, spring, or any other location on campus except at tent and RV camp site locations. All pet owners must clean up behind their pet and not leave waste on the ground without wrapping/bagging and discarding in a trash container. Pets must be on a leash or in a kennel at all times. All service dogs must wear the appropriate vest.
  16. What to Bring to Camp (Packing List)
    1. Sleeping bag and pillow or bed linens / blanket for a twin mattress.
    2. Old camp clothes.
    3. Old tennis shoes and flip flops / sandals – bring an additional pair of shoes in case one pair gets wet
    4. Bible, notebook, and pen
    5. Bug spray
    6. Sunscreen
    7. Towel and basic bathroom toiletries
    8. Pocket flashlight
    9. Modest swimwear
    10. Marketplace/General Store spending money
  17. Dress Code for this event. A. Swim suits for ladies and men must be modest. Modest swimwear with a cover-up is required. B. Worship Assembly sessions and Sabbath times, ladies must wear minimum knee length dresses, men must wear business casual. All other days and times, ladies and men must wear modest apparel. No short shorts, no holey jeans, and no bare midriffs.
  18. No alcoholic beverages, cannabis/thc, narcotics, fireworks, or weapons of any kind including but not limited to knives, guns are not permitted in camp property (except lawful concealed carry and archery items at the archery range only.) If anyone is observed with any of these items they may be asked to leave and there will be no refund.
  19. Please keep up with personal belongings and make sure that you gather all prior to leaving the camp.

Please review this list with your participants so they are fully aware of the Camp Policy and Rules and are in agreement, prior to coming on the camp property.