Does your camp have counselors or do churches need to bring adult sponsors?

For Camp Weeks

We have counselors and, though not required, welcome adult church sponsors. We have 20 male and female young adults that we call counselors who serve all summer long. Their fervor and excitement are the heartbeat of our program. But we also welcome adult sponsors from churches who can stay either with the campers in their dorms/cabins or in separate housing.

For Single Day or Overnight Events

Please bring adult sponsors to help with your youth during the event. There is no staff to help in these.

What are arrival and departure times, and what does the daily schedule look like?

  • Church check-in/registration opens at 9:30am Monday.
  • Camper orientation service starts at 11:00am.
  • Departure is at 10:00am on Friday morning.

Junior Camp Schedule

  • 8:30am | Breakfast
  • 9:15am | Bible Time
  • 10:00am | Activities/Games
  • 11:00am | Service Time
  • 12:30pm | Lunch
  • 1:15pm | Activities/Games/Swimming
  • 5:30pm | Dinner
  • 6:30pm | Service
  • 8:00pm | Activities/Games

Teen Camp Schedule

  • 8:30am | Breakfast
  • 9:15am | Bible Time
  • 10:00am | Activities/Games
  • 11:00am | Service Time
  • 12:30pm | Lunch
  • 1:15pm | Activities/Games/Swimming
  • 6:30pm | Dinner
  • 7:30pm | Service
  • 9:00pm | Free Time

What will you teach the campers?

Our motto is “It is easier to build boys and girls than to repair men and women.” HHBC exists to instill Bible truths/values and the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the hearts of young people and adults. The Bible is primarily given through the preaching services. We strive to do so in a compassionate and loving manner, never demeaning or demanding.

What is your cell phone policy?

Campers should not bring a cell phone or similar device to the camp. If they do, they must turn it in to their counselor, and it will be returned to them at the end of the week.

What should campers bring?

Campers should bring bedding/sleeping bag & pillow, towels/washcloth, shampoo, soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, toiletries, money for snacks & souvenirs, swimming clothes, and proper attire. For services, bring a Bible (King James), notebook, and a pen.

What are services like?

Services are the main focus at HHBC. We start with exciting, camp-feel songs, have a choir special from our youth staff, and engage fully in a message from God’s Word. We then invite the young people to respond in an invitation, where counselors are ready to help. Our desire is for souls to be saved and Christians to be revived.

What is your dress policy?

The following dress guidelines help to maintain a good camp environment.

Bring recreational clothing for outdoor activities, athletic clothing for gym activities, swim attire for the pool, and nice, casual clothing for services.

All attire for guys and girls is to be loose, covering, and to the knees. No tears/holes in clothing. No inappropriate graphics or writing.

Guys: Please maintain attire to the knees. Collared shirts and nice pants are encouraged for evening services. No facial jewelry. Knee-length swim trunks for swimming.

Ladies: Please maintain attire to the knees and non-revealing tops. Please no spandex, jeggings, tank tops or spaghetti strap tops. Casual skirts or dresses are encouraged for evening services. One-piece bathing suits for swimming.

Contact us with questions before arrival.

What am I not allowed to bring?

Please do not bring weapons, guns, knives, iPods, mp3’s, phones, tablets, iPads, electronics, drugs, cigarettes, lighters, fireworks/explosives, or similar. Please also do not bring items used for pranking.


What is your staff-to-camper ratio?

The ratio is 8-14 campers per counselor, and typically it is around 10.

Do you follow safety precautions?

Yes, especially for pool activities and games. We take precautions and have policies in place to provide a safe and fun experience for all campers.

What about medicine and medical needs during camp?

All medicine should be brought in a plastic bag, including instructions. It MUST be turned in to the camp nurse upon arrival. It will be distributed appropriately.

How are campers kept safe while in the water?

During swim time we have a total of 5 life guards continuously monitoring the pool. All campers must pass a swim test to swim in the deep end. Pool safety is of utmost priority.

How are the counselors selected?

We pray for the Lord’s guidance in choosing born again, surrendered applicants who desire to work with youth. The director is personally and directly involved in selecting our staff. Official background checks are run on each adult volunteer. (Our application questions are available for review on our Summer Ministry page).

What sort of medical help is available at camp?

We have a registered nurse who serves on the campus all week long. Almost all medical needs are treated on campus. If, in the rare instance, medical needs are beyond our nurse’s capability or equipment, we have a hospital 25 min away.

What if my child has food allergies or special dietary needs?

We are able to work with many allergies and medical needs, but not all. Parents can call us in advance for questions and to make arrangements for a pleasant camp experience.


What does the camp believe?

As a ministry, core truths guide our service. Click here for more info. While this list does not detail all our beliefs, we deem these necessary to co-labor with churches.

How do you choose your preachers/speakers?

The proclamation of God’s Word is central to HHBC. We carefully and prayerfully seek out those who minister the Word of God contextually, accurately, and passionately and who have a reputation of being used of the Lord.

What is your ministry philosophy?

We strongly believe camp ministry is one of the many wakes still lapping from the powerful Camp Revival Meetings of years ago. During these times, God would bless, thousands would be saved, and revival would be stirred. People, communities, and churches would gather, for sometimes weeks, to hear the evangelist thunder “Thus saith the Lord.”

Hoosier Hills Baptist Camp exists today to see Revival continue. Started by an evangelist and continued by one, the camp functions under the ministry of evangelism in co-laboring with pastors and in serving local churches.

Who oversees the camp?

HHBC is a ministry of Green Road Baptist Church (Madison, IN). Pastor Chris Chavez serves as the president/director of the ministry.
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