Kids Camp

Grades 3-5 | July 22-26

Junior High Camp

Grades 6-9 | July 8-12

senior high Camp

Grades 9-12 | July 15-19

KIDS camps 2024

This is five days of fun, friendship, worship, and growth!
Kids going into grades 3-5 are invited to this life-changing week.


July 22-26, 2024
Lakewood Park
Bible Camp
Devils Lake, ND


Early Bird | $185
Early Bird pricing ends June 23
Registration with Evangel ends July 14

Regular Price | $210


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When and where do I check-in and check-out my student? How will my kid get to camp and can I take them to camp?

Check-in and check-out will happen at your Evangel campus. Check-in will be on Monday, July 22 and check-out will be on Friday, July 26. Location and time will be specific to your campus, and this information will be sent out in an email two weeks prior to camp.

For kids who register prior to July 14 with Evangel, there will be transportation arranged to and from Lakewood Park Bible Camp. A light lunch will also be provided on the way to camp (allergies will be taken into account).

Any kids that are registered after July 14 will need to find their own transportation to and from camp.

We encourage all kids to ride with Evangel, but if circumstances arise where you need to take your kids to camp or pick them up from camp, you will need to have a conversation with an eKids Staff Member before Sunday, July 21. You can email Evangel's eKids Coordinator at rachel@goevangel.org or call the Main Office at 701.255.0500.

Who will my child be rooming with? Who do I contact in case of an emergency? 

On the registration form, there is a space to put in rooming requests for your child. We will try our best to accommodate these requests. Evangel and the camp will make the final decision on roommates.

In case of an emergency, you would need to call the camp office at 701.662.2296. You may also get in touch with Evangel’s eKids Coordinator, Rachel, by emailing her at: rachel@goevangel.org.

Parents are allowed to send mail and/or email (office@ndyouth.com) to their children at the camp, but please be mindful of how many days it may take for mail to arrive, and how long campers will be at camp.

Lakewood Park Bible Camp
Attention "Name of Child"
220 Woodland Ave
Devils Lake, ND 58301

What should my kid pack? Is there a dress code? Should my kid bring money?

Items: Bedding, pillow, towels, personal toiletries, spending money, Bible, notebook, sunscreen, bug spray, current medications, and a plastic bag for dirty clothes.
Clothes: pajamas, sweater/jacket, athletic shoes, recreational clothing, jeans/pants/capris, modest shorts and shirts (for daytime), nice shirts (for evening services), and socks and undergarments.

Campers are expected to dress modestly. Those dressed inappropriately will be asked to change clothes. Skirts/shorts/shirts/swimwear must be tasteful and modest. No thin strap tank tops, halters, overly tight-fitting clothes, short shorts, or revealing of undergarments. Cut-off type shirts must be worn with an undershirt, no white or light colored t-shirts during water games, etc.

Kids will have an opportunity to give to missions during evening services. We encourage all kids to participate! The Snack Shack has food and beverages for purchase, which can be paid for through registration or by bringing cash. A recommendation for the Snack Shack is $15-$30.

If bringing cash, any cash left over after camp will be reimbursed to the kids, but any money on Snack Shack cards will not be able to be reimbursed.

The camp or Evangel is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Cell phones and other electronics are not allowed at eKids Camp.

Are meals provided? What about allergies and medications?

Yes, meals are provided by the camp. There is a large variety on the camp menu.

Yes, on the registration form, there is a place to list any allergies that kids have. The camp will take these allergies into account, and make dietary exceptions for allergies. If you are concered about this, or have any questions regarding meals, please contact the camp directly at office@ndyouth.ocm.

Please put all medications in a clear, plastic, sealed bag, with the child’s name, dosage, and times that it is taken, on the bag (with printed handwriting). At Check-In, medications will be collected and the camp nurse with administer it, so please do not put medications in luggage during check-in. At Check-Out, there will be a table for families to collect any left-over medication.