Important Info for Parents

MAY 13-15

Drop Off Monday - 9:00AM Chapel 

(Breakfast will NOT be served Monday)

Pick Up Wednesday - 1:30PM Chapel

COST: $100

MAY 15-17

Drop Off Wednesday - 12:00PM Chapel 

(Lunch WILL be served Wednesday)

Pick Up Friday - 1:30PM Chapel

COST: $100


DAILY SCHEDULE (subject to change)

7:30a  Rise ‘N Shine

8:00a  Breakfast

9:00a  Big Game

10:00a  Class

11:00a  Break Time

11:30a  Class

12:30p  Lunch

1:30p  Class

2:30p  Break

3:00p  Class

4:00p  Break

4:30p  Marksmanship

5:30p  Supper

6:30p  Surprise Hour

7:30p  Snack Shack

8:00p  Chapel

9:30p  Get Ready for Bed

10:00p  Lights Out



Campers will be placed in a cabin based on age with a counselor responsible for them during their stay. HSOE will be conducted under the same rules and regulations as a licensed summer camp in the State of Michigan. All staff members undergo two separate background checks for criminal history and Central Registry (abuse & neglect), are hired based on their commitment to Jesus Christ and their love for the ministry of Camp Selah.

what to bring

-Sleeping Bag




-Play Clothes


-Running Shoes

-Water Shoes/Sandals

-Rain Boots (Optional)

-Bible, Pen, & Journal 

-Water Bottle




Special Diets

The food service staff at Camp Selah does not include a registered dietician. Therefore, any camper with physician-diagnosed food allergies or other eating disabilities will be responsible for supplying food substitutions to accommodate unacceptable menu items for their diet. The food service staff will be happy to store/prepare these substitutions. To request menu copies for your review or for further information or questions, contact Food Service Director, Sharon Winkler


Campers are covered by a secondary accident/illness insurance policy. In the event of an accident, the camper’s personal insurance company will be billed for any medical-related expenses with Camp Selah’s insurance covering any remaining balance.

Health Care

A certified health officer is on site at all times during camp and a designated camp doctor is nearby in case of emergency. If a camper becomes injured or sick, the health officer will do the initial assessment and determine the best course of action. If a situation warrants a camper visiting a doctor, hospital or returning home, the health officer will communicate with the parent/guardian of the child directly to determine the next steps. Ultimately the decision will ALWAYS be up to the parent of the child.

HSOE Discipline Policy

We seek to provide a safe and loving environment for each camper. To make sure of this, we adhere to a set camper discipline policy: 1st offense, verbal warning; 2nd offense, phone call to parents; 3rd offense, dismissal. We also strictly enforce a no-prank-policy.

Dos & Don'ts

DO bring extra clothes, socks and underwear! Extra meaning, more than you would normally pack for 2 1/2 days. Better to be overly-prepared than under-prepared!
Do NOT bring your nicest clothes as there is a high chance of them getting dirty/wet. Please mark all of your clothes to avoid lost & found!
DO come prepared with appropriate footwear.  The right kind of footwear is very important for a happy and successful OE experience!  You must have at least: 1 pair of tennis shoes and 1 pair of water shoes or sandals that can get wet for Ecology Class  *FLIP-FLOPS  ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE!** Muck/rain boots are a great idea.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact us. We are happy to hear from you! 517-283-2527

3600 Long Lake Rd

Reading, MI 49274

(517) 283-2527