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Camp Tulakogee

July 17-21, 2019 $0 - 200
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Dates & Times

  • Jul 17-21, 2019
    5:00pm - 11:00am

Attendee Types

  • Standard
    $200
  • Adult Volunteer
    Free

About Camp Tulakogee

Senior Camp 2018 is July 17th-21st at Camp Tulakogee in Wagoner, OK on beautiful Ft. Gibson Lake.

-Senior Camp is for those who have completed 6th-12th grades.
-It will be held at Camp Tulakogee in Wagoner, OK from July 17-21.
-Parents will drop kids off at Tulakogee on Wednesday, July 17th by 6pm. The address is 34168 E 713 Way, Wagoner, OK 74467
-Sunday morning, July 21st, families will pick up their students but we will have an ALL CAMP-Family worship together at 10:30am.

What to Bring: LABEL EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO COME BACK HOME! SOCKS, CLOTHES, BEDDING...EVERYTHING.
-Twin Bedding or sleeping bag with Pillow
-At least 6-7 Changes of Clothes including sleepwear.
-Swimsuit and clothing for water activities. If girls bring 2 piece swim suits a tshirt or other cover up will be required.

-2 Towels (One for swimming and one for showering)
-Toiletries(DON'T forget toothpast/toothbrush and deoderant)
-Flip flops for swimming and shower
-Closed toe Shoes and Socks for some night activities
-Underwear
-Dirty Clothes Bag (Garbage bag works)
-Bible
-Flashlight
-Bug Spray
-Sunscreen
-Fishing Supplies (optional)
-Meds (prescription meds without a properly labelled bottle will not be allowed. Also, parents must turn all meds, prescription and OTC, with instructions at drop off.)

What NOT to Bring:
-Money- There will be nothing to buy.
-Prank supplies- Pranks simply make people angry or to feel devalued! We do not tolerate this at camp as pranks ALWAYS promote a perpetrator and victim scenerio which we do not want at camp. This is the week everyone should feel safe and free from bullying behavior which is already difficult to address. So, please keep them away.
*If you are in doubt about if something is appropriate to bring please just ask.

-By registering here you are granting permission for the person registered to attend Camp Tulakogee. You are giving permission for the Camp Directors to authorize routine treatment of non-emergency care in cases of injury or illness,. In any emergency, you understand that every reasonable effort will be made to contact you. In the event that you are not reached promptly, you are giving permission to the physician selected by the Camp Director to hospitalize and secure proper treatment, including surgery, for your child at your expense to the extent not covered by the camper's insurance. You release Camp Tulakogee and all camp personnel from any liability arising from all routine emergency care.