Camp Eagle Registration

Rock Springs, TX – July 18 – 22
Cost: $499
Who: Students who have completed 8th thru 12th grade

Imagine a place where you can get away from life’s craziness, soak in the wonders of nature, and discover new truths from God’s Word…

Camp Eagle is nestled in the beautiful and rugged Texas Hill Country right at the headwaters of the crystal clear Nueces River.  Outdoor adventure, authentic relationships, and Biblical truth will fill your week!

Get your friends together and sign up for the best week of your summer!

Bring a “Rookie ” to Camp And Both of You Get $100 Off!  A Recruiter Can Bring More Than One Rookie to Earn More Money Towards Camp!

1. ROOKIE QUALIFICATIONS (all must be true)
• Never been to any CFBC Camp
• Does not regularly attend any church
• Has been asked by a CFBC member (AKA Recruiter, one recruiter per rookie)
• Find a rookie and invite them to go to camp with you
• Get the discount code from the student staff
• If you are already registered and bringing more than one rookie make sure the rookie puts your name as their recruiter in the notes section of their registration

The parent meeting for both summer camps (6th – 12th grade) will be the same day and time.

Champions: Sunday, June 27th at 12:15pm in the Champion Student Building
Jersey Village: TBD
North Klein: TBD
Conroe: TBD

Pricing and Refund Policy

A $100 deposit is required  to hold your student’s spot.  The deposit is non-refundable unless the camp is canceled for COVID19.
Camp balance is due by June 27th
The deadline to register is July 1st

What to Pack?

Sleeping Bag or twin sheets
Shorts, T-Shirts, Pajamas
Modest one-piece bathing suit
Bug Spray
Bath and Swimming Towels
Durable Water Bottle
Tennis / Hiking Shoes
6×4 Photo of yourself to show who you are
Clothes to get messy one night

What to Leave Behind?

Cell Phones (will be collected at camp)
iPods (any electronic device)
Drugs, alcohol, tobacco products
Valuable Items
Two piece swimsuit
Short Shorts
Inappropriate or see through clothing (if you have to ask if it’s okay – it’s NOT)