Park Baptist Children's Day Camp
Sign up for our fun-filled Day Camps!
Quality care at an affordable price. Registration is easy. Choose the camp you are interested in from the list below and then click on the applicable registration form link to download it. Fill in the required information and then return the form to West Park Baptist Church or fax the completed form to (561) 638-5825. If you have any questions, call us at (561) 492-2107.
Summer Day Camp (2017 forms are now available)
Registration Form for Juniors (Ages 5-12) 2017
Registration Form for Teens (Ages 13-15) 2017
Additional information for parents
Day Camp Counselor Application - Interested in being a Day Camp Counselor? We're all booked up for 2017 but will be seeking qualified individuals for next year. Stay tuned for our 2018 application that will be added right here.
West Park Baptist Day Camp, 2017 is our 34th year of learning,
activity and solution to the School Break Problem for ages 5 to 15 years olds. Enjoy Crafts, Sports, Games and an Awards Ceremony!
the School Break Problem?
1. During the school year parents are confident that their children are
well cared for, well supervised and involved in educational and recreational
activities with their school.
2. During the school breaks, working parents need a place that will provide supervised
activities in a clean, safe atmosphere.
In order to retain a balanced camper/counselor ratio, enrollment will
be on a first-come first-serve basis. Please indicate on the registration
form the weeks you desire to attend. Our Day Camp is for ages
Listed below are the themes for this year's camp season. We emphasize these themes during the specified weeks in various aspects of the program. On Fridays, we have a special dress-up time in accordance to the theme from 8:45-9:00 a.m. This is a fun time and campers will vote on who is the best dressed. All the participants receive a prize and the winner receives a grand prize.
1. Florida Week - June 5-9
2. Bible Week - June 12-16
3. Western Week - June 19-23
4. Career Week - June 26-June 30
5. Patriotic Week - July 3-7 (closed 4th)
6. Olympic Week - July 10-14
7. Inventor / Explorer Week - July 17-21
8. Creation Week - July 24-28
9. International Week - July 31-Aug. 4
10. Carnival Week - Aug. 7-11
sports wil be taught by our staff to enable each camper to have an introduction
to basic sports rules and skills. Other games will also be a part of the
Our daily chapel program teaches Biblical principles of morality, respect
for God, parents and country. While we expect every camper to participate
in chapel, there will be no pressure placed on them to join our church
or be baptized. The Bible is taught from a literal standpoint. The "King
James" translation of the Bible is used for uniformity (campers are
not required to purchase Bibles, but will have the opportunity to earn
a Bible if they wish). Pastor Michael L. McClure is responsible for the
organization of the chapel programs.
3. Food and Drinks
Cold packed lunches ar to be provided by the parent. Please send some nutritional snacks as the children will have both a morning and afternoon snack time. Campers will be allowed to buy drinks/snacks from our canteen at a price ranging from $0.50 to $0.75. Friday Hot Lunch for $3.00 is available weeks 1 through 9. Microwave foods are not permitted.
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