Nebraska Youth Camp Behavior Guidelines – Respect God, respect others, and respect yourself

Youth Session Behavior Guidelines

  1. The use of drugs, alcohol, or tobacco will not be tolerated.
  2. Recurrent misconduct, such as swearing, fighting, vulgar language, and disrespect for others will not be tolerated.
  3. Physical displays of romantic affection are inappropriate.
  4. Clothing rules are as follows:
    1. Short shorts, see-through tops, and garments that expose the torso or are skin-tight are not to be worn.  
    2. Shorts will have an inseam no less than 3 inches.
    3. Skin should not be visible between shirt and pants.
    4. Sleeveless tops must have straps at least 2-inches wide and the top must come up to the armpit under the arm.
    5. No revealing necklines, including razorback or open back tops/shirts.
  5. Campers are expected to attend all activities.
  6. Campers may not leave campground without director’s permission.
  7. Campers are not permitted to drive any vehicle on the campgrounds. Personal vehicles will be parked and locked, and keys turned in at Registration.
  8. Lake, river, and Turkey Creek use is by permission only and only with proper supervision.
  9. All medications and supplements must be turned in at Registration. (State law)
  10. All accidents are to be reported to the camp health staff or the Director.
  11. Camper cabin areas are off-limits to the opposite sex. Staff cabins are off-limits to campers.
  12. Fireworks or any kind of fire lighting device, weapons, or knives are not allowed.
  13. Electronic devices other than digital cameras are not allowed. Devices will be collected and held in the office until end of session.
  14. Writing on or defacing camp property is not allowed.
  15. To minimize health hazards, wearing shoes is required for Beginner, Junior, and Intermediate sessions and strongly recommended for Senior.

Violation of these guidelines may result in notification of parents/guardians and the dismissal of the camper.

Rules for acceptance and participation in the camping program are the same for everyone regardless of age, color, race, handicap, or national origin.