Camp Blue Haven Parent & Camper Information
Camper Forms and Payments
A link will be sent to placed campers via email to verify or update the information submitted in the registration, add health information, and make payments for the session & trading post.
Cancellations and Refunds
If unable to attend, notify camp immediately so the next person on the waitlist can be contacted. The first-half tuition payment is non-refundable, and refunds for the second-half tuition payment may not be possible for cancellations made within 7 days prior to the camp session.
Check In Day Schedule
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm (Mountain Time) Gates at camp will be closed until 1 pm. Campers will check in for the session with a staff member and be provided their cabin assignment.
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm (Mountain Time) Worship in the barn will begin at 2 pm and is open to everyone.
3:30 pm (Mountain Time) Camp officially starts at 3:30 pm.
Directions to Camp
Campers should attend the entire session
It is disruptive to cabin unity and the camping experience to come late or leave early. Notify us prior to your session if there are extenuating circumstances.
Communication and Letters
Contact the office at email@example.com
During the summer call Camp Blue Haven at 325.261.0245.
Campers are not allowed to call home except for emergencies or to receive baptism permission.
DO NOT SEND ANY FOOD ITEMS! Severe food allergies (such as nut allergies), require us to enforce restrictions on food items in camp. ANY packages with food items are banned. Please address letters using the format below and allow 4-5 days for delivery.
Camp Blue Haven
Camper’s Name” Session #___
62 Camp South Street
Las Vegas, NM 87701
Departure from Camp
1-Week campers should be picked up no later than 9 am (Mountain Time) on Saturday.
2-Week campers should be picked up no later than 9:00 am (Mountain Time) on Friday.
*Please be considerate of your arrival and departure as this schedule allows only a short window for camp cleanup and staff rest.
Dress Code & Packing Guidelines
All items need to be marked with camper’s name. Camp Blue Haven will not be responsible for lost, stolen or damaged items.
Camp Rules & Prohibited Items
Dress Up Lunchtime Attire
Each day during lunch, campers and staff are encouraged to dress up! Please bring costumes to join the fun! See the Dress Up Days at https://campbluehaven.com/dressupandactivities
All money is deposited in the camper’s Trading Post account prior to arrival at camp. The account is debited as purchases are made. Remaining balances are returned to the camper at the end of each session. We recommend $50 for a 1-week session and $75 for a 2-week session. CBH is not responsible for money not deposited at the Trading Post.
*Please note that any unspent money in the camper’s account is refunded in cash at the end of the session. We routinely refund in dollar amounts, not coins; therefor, any coin amount is considered a donation unless the camper comes to the office on the last day of camp requesting the coin amount refund.
Every camper will attend Bible classes, chapel, worship services, and devotionals. Optional recreation will include fishing, sports and games, nature hike, arts and crafts, air riflery and archery. All campers will participate in hiking unless a doctor’s note is sent to camp indicating the camper should not participate in hiking activities due to medical concerns. Two-week campers will also participate on an all-day hike. All activities are supervised.
We have a full challenge course facility, including a zip line and a giant swing, supervised by trained and licensed staff. Each Bible class uses low ropes elements to focus on spiritual applications.
Two-week campers have a portion of their clothes washed for them mid-session at no cost. One-week campers are not able to do laundry.
A medical professional (LVN, RN, MD, or Paramedic) is on duty 24 hours a day.