Triple C Camper’s Guide
2017 Camping Season
Welcome to Triple C Bible Camp and camping in the Norfolk county region. We trust that you and your family will enjoy your stay with us and that your time here will be one that is refreshing and relaxing. If you require anything at all, please ask. We appreciate all suggestions and comments as well as necessary complaints. Please advise the camp if anything is broken or not working, so that repairs can be made in a timely fashion. Notify us immediately of any fire or accident that occurs.
Triple C Bible Camp is a non-denominational Christian camp. It is a non-profit organization under the governance of a board of directors, composed of seasonal campers who are members of several churches in the area. During your stay, you have the opportunity to participate and enjoy the many church services, conferences and concerts that the camp offers.
WINTER: During the winter there are often deep snows and rapid thaws. This causes considerable clay to break away from the cliff, taking with it trees and soil. We are therefore required to move our fence back occasionally. It is strictly forbidden for any child or adult to slide down or walk up the embankment. Please use the walkways to the beach. A fence is in place for your safety.
FAMILY SERVICES: We encourage you to join us for these services as special conference speakers and singers are brought in at this time. (ALL sports activities are to cease while services are in progress).
Activities: Parental supervision is required for all activities of children 12 years and under in the camp ground play areas.
Sports facilities are made available to you and your family. These include: mini-golf, tennis, horseshoes, baseball, volleyball, basketball, shuffleboard. Golf clubs, balls, racquets etc. are available in the sports shed next to the mini-golf course. Shuffleboard equipment is available in the office to adults only. All equipment is provided free of charge to all campers. It is expected that there will be normal wear to the equipment, but excessive wear or damage due to improper use or abuse will not be tolerated. Parents may be required to reimburse the Camp for damage deliberately caused by their children.