Your happiness is our priority.
As a parent or guardian of a camper, you play an important role in the success of your camper’s experience. Sunset Lake is excited to partner with you to create an unforgettable experience for your camper. Your happiness is our priority. When you are ready to register, head over to Camps. You must log in or create an account at UltraCamp to finalize registration. Check out our FAQs for more summer camp information or Connect with us if you have any questions.
Sign up for Camp
For the best camp experience, follow these simple steps to register a camper. Please call if you have any questions.
Log in or create an account with UltraCamp.
Follow the on-screen instructions to register as many campers as you’d like.
Choose your week of camp and then select your class. Please note that many specialties that were listed as camps are now listed as specialty classes.
Pay using credit or e-check. A minimum $50 non-refundable deposit must be paid to hold your registration.
You will automatically receive a confirmation email and a packing list. If you don’t receive this email call us and we will check on the status of your reservation.
To pick up your camper, arrive the following Sunday morning at 8:15 am in time for our end-of-week Awards Celebration in the gym by the main parking lot. Summit campers must be picked up the following Saturday evening at 7:00 pm in time for our end-of-week Awards Celebration in the gym by the main parking lot.
You can check-out your camper in their cabin following the short program in the gym. Be sure to bring your photo ID with you.
If your camper is staying over for a second week of camp our staff will supervise them during the transition between weeks and will do their laundry.
Our promise to you is that every camper will find a place at Sunset Lake where they belong. We do all we can to make the cabin experience a safe and positive place where all campers are valued and respected.
Each counselor goes through a one-on-one interview, extensive reference and background check and 8 days of in-depth, on-site training.
We partner with Expert Online Training to provide all our staff training on key camp principles before summer begins.
This summer we are instituting a new 5-finger code of conduct that will teach all campers to show respect and take responsibility for their actions.
We know that training and planning will not eliminate all conflict. We have created a resolution process designed to heal harm, prevent future harm and build community.
All staff are trained to recognize bullying and effectively deal with this destructive behavior.
Each day at camp is filled with new adventures. While some details may change during the week, here is a peak at a typical day at camp.
6:45 Good Morning!
7:30 A Word for the Day
7:45 Village Circle
7:50 Line Call/Flag Raising
9:00 Morning Worship
9:40 Classes Begin
12:20 Line Call/Mail Call
1:30 Cabin Rest Time
2:30 Cabin Activities
5:40 Prepare for supper
5:55 Line Call
7:15 All Camp Game
8:00 Line Call/Flag Lowering
8:15 Evening Worship and Night Play
9:15 Village Circle
10:00 Lights Out – Good Night
Camper Health Forms
These health forms must be completed in order for your camper to complete registration for camp. You will have to log in to UltraCamp to complete them. Find the list of forms HERE.
For the quickest drop-off experience remember to pay your bill in full and complete all the paperwork before arriving at camp. Early check-in is not available. Thank you for your understanding.
Camper check-in begins on the Sunday of camp from 3 to 5 pm. Because our staff will be preparing the camp for your arrival, early check-in will not be possible.
Initial check-in with welcoming staff at top of hill. Receive instructions from them for next step.
Park by boys and girls villages, check-in with boys and girls directors.
Cabin check-in with assigned counselor.
Horsemanship campers head up to horse barn.
Head over to the health hut for medical clearance.
Go by the Camp Store to add money to your camper’s account if money wasn’t added during the sign-up process online.
Wish your camper a great week at camp. See you in a week!
Our camp photographer captures a lot of great memories throughout the summer. Camp photo information will be given out during registration day.
During the week of camp we post a limited selection of photos on Facebook and Instagram pages. We use SmugMug to store all camp photos of the weeks. On registration day you will be given information on how to download photos for digital use or print. The entire collection of photos from the week will be uploaded at the end of the week.
What to Bring
This list of items will prepare each camper to have the best time at camp. You must bring items with an asterisk.
Sleeping Bag or Twin-sized Bedding*
Jacket or Sweatshirt
Clothes that can get dirty/wet
Swimsuits (girls, one piece only)
Bath & Swim Towel
At least one pair of long pants (required for some activities)
Tennis shoes (close-toed shoes required to ride horse)s
Shower Shoes (flip flops)
Sunscreen, Chapstick, Bug spray
Notepad & Pen or Pencil
Bible (if you have one)
Please leave all your electronics at home. This includes anything that could be classified as an electronic device.
Bring your sense of fun and adventure!
Safety is our top priority. Please contact us if you have any questions about our policies and procedures.
Sunset Lake is an accredited member of the American Camp Association. This accreditation process brings oversight and accountability to our camp experience and ensures that Sunset Lake is in the top-tier of camps.
Sunset Lake utilizes MinistrySafe’s Camper Protect training program to educate our staff on how to recognize and prevent sexual abuse.
All horsemanship and challenge course staff go through specialized safety training by outside organizations.
Sunset Lake has emergency action plans for fire, earthquake, lost camper and active shooters and water front emergencies. These are drilled on a regular basis.
Sunset Lake has two Registered Nurses on duty each week. Our health care procedures are reviewed on a regular basis by a doctor and are in compliance with all American Camp Association procedures.