Getting Ready

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Important Details

Welcome to Camp Freedom.
We are blessed and excited that you will be spending a week of great fellowship with the Lord!


Registration will open on January 30, 2024 at 12:00 a.m. and close on May 31, 2024 at 11:59 p.m. or when the camp is full.  Registration is first come, first serve and spots are limited.  We cannot hold spots, so please register as soon as possible. Students must register and pay online in order to be confirmed for camp.


Initial student pricing is $100 per camper with the full amount due at the time of registration.  Registration will increase beginning May 17, 2024 to $120 per camper.
Financial aid is available, and the application is to be filled out before registration.


Please arrive at Pfrimmer’s Chapel by 10:30am on June 25th. Lunch will be served after registration.  Camp Freedom is located at the Group Camp of O’Bannon Woods State Park. The park will charge $7.00 at the entrance gate. Please ask for an admittance tag to keep in your vehicle.


We hope that emergencies don’t happen during camp, but in case they do, please call O’Bannon Woods State Park at (812) 738-8232.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Shorts must be mid thigh or fingertip length when arms are straight down at sides.
  • T-shirts only, no tank tops. Shirts that expose the midriff are not permitted. Revealing clothing is not allowed.
  • No leggings allowed
  • Any item of apparel containing or displaying inappropriate pictures, messages, or slogans is prohibited.
  • When swimming, all students must wear a shirt to and from the pool, and all swimsuits must be one pieces/complete coverage.

This dress code will be enforced at camp. We appreciate your cooperation!

If requested, medications will be stored with our Medical Team during camp and medicines will be dispensed by that team as prescribed or indicated by parents.

The registration cost includes all lodging, travel, meals, and camp fees from the moment the campers arrive until the time they depart. Extra money is not required or needed.  Campers/parents are responsible for supplying transportation and all items on the camp packing list. All other needed materials will be supplied during camp.

All necessary food and snacks are provided for the students.  There is no need for your camper to bring their own food.

The Camp Freedom Kitchen Team tries very hard to be a food allergy friendly camp. Because of the number of campers attending camp, we cannot promise an allergen free environment. We will notify the Kitchen Team of any food allergies as listed in your child’s registration.

Before beginning the registration process, you will need to determine if you are in need of financial aid for your camper(s) to attend camp.  If you this is the case, please go to our Financial Aid section to learn more. Scholarships are limited and we cannot guarantee aid, but we invite you to submit a form.

Our primary source of communication will come via text message and possible some e-mail. You will receive a confirmation email once your student has successfully registered for camp and texts will be send leading up to camp.

Small group and dorm assignments are by gender and age. We will use the information collected as part of the registration process to help determine small group and dorm assignments. This may also include roommate requests and school information. Our goal is for every student to be in a group with a friend.

The Camp Freedom schedule keeps students around their small groups and friends all day long. Our leaders are also always around to keep students connected as much as possible.

Camp Freedom small group leaders have a ratio of at least 1 leader for every 8 students. Leaders will be responsible for guiding and taking care of 8-12 students through the week of camp.

For sleeping arrangements, dorms will be gender-specific and each dorm will be supervised by our small group leaders.  No one shares beds as dorms are comprised of bunk beds for individual sleeping.

Students will not be allowed to arrive late or leave early. Students will depart on the last day and parents will pick up their students at the location they dropped them off.

You will pick up your student from Pfrimmer’s Chapel at 11am on June 29th. Our team will communicate via e-mail if this changes.

things to pack

The Packing List

Print/screenshot list to cross items off the as you pack them to keep yourself organized!

  • Bible
  • notebook/journal
  • ink pen
  • small bedside table (TV tray type)
  • swimsuit (one piece)
  • 2 towels (one for swimming and one for showering)
  • sunglasses
  • sunscreen
  • bug spray
  • visor or hat
  • clothing for 5 nights and 6 days (see the dress code above in the FAQs and bring extras! Many games involve water!)
  • personal toiletries (soap, shampoo, deodorant, etc.)
  • twin fitted sheet
  • pillow
  • blanket or sleeping bag
  • garbage bag for dirty clothes
  • flip flops for the pool/shower
  • tennis shoes (bring an extra pair)
  • socks
  • folding chair labeled with your name
  • power strip and extension cord
  • battery operated fan
  • medications you take daily (to be given to Camp Nurse at registration)

Cell phones are not needed. There is very limited service in the park.  Please do not bring anything of “value” with you. Label everything!

Get ready

for the best
Camp Freedom ever!

As you prepare for camp, so are we!  We are lifting each camper, volunteer, and parent up as we anticipate a might move of God in the time we will share with one another.  We can’t wait to see you and experience all that God has in store!

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About Us

Camp Freedom is a Christ-centered youth camp rooted in God's Word and passionate about raising up the next generation of Christian disciples.

Camp Location

O'Bannon Woods State Park7234 Old Forest Rd,Corydon, IN 47112

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