MARCH 5th– 7th

Snow Run. Zipline. Extreme Swing. Archery. Vertigo High Ropes. Paintball. Great Music.
Teachers that make sense. Friendships that last a lifetime. Truth that lasts forever.


Pre-Camp Meeting / Health Screens

Thursday, March 4th/ 6:30 – 8 pm

This is a mandatory meeting for students and counselors attending camp. At this meeting, we will offer complimentary Health Screens and collect any medications, answer questions regarding camp, transportation, activities, cabin assignments and counselors! 
*We are requiring that each camper complete a mandatory Health Screen. Without this screening, students will not be allowed to attend camp. The Bridge offers a complimentary screening at the Pre-Camp Meeting where we will ask a few simple questions to ensure your student shows no sign of illness.
 Please do not send a child to the Health Screening with a fever, flu-like or Covid symptoms, they will not be allowed to attend camp. If your student is ill, give us a call to let us know.


WHERE The Bridge Bible Church Parking Lot
WHEN Friday, March 5th/ 1pm


WHERE The Bridge Bible Church Parking Lot
WHEN Sunday, March 7th/ 5:30 pm


The cost of Winter Camp during the Early Bird Special is $239.

Early Bird ends at midnight Jan. 20th and the cost will then go up to $289.

A deposit of $75 is required to register and secure a spot. Payments may be made in any increment, at any time until paid in full.

Final camp balance is due no later than Feb. 19th.

All medications, prescription and over the counter, must be turned in during the Health Screen at the PreCamp Meeting. Campers are not allowed to have any medication in their bags or on their person. The only exceptions are inhalers or epi-pens.

All medications must be entered on The Bridge Medical Release Form. Medications not listed on The Bridge Medical Release Form will not be allowed at camp.

When you come to the Health Screen on Thursday, March 4th, screeners will take your medication and match it to what was entered on your form. Please bring all medications in a zip lock bag labeled with your camper’s first and last name.

Because Winter Camp is such a short period of time, we don’t recommend sending letters or packages.

If, for any reason, you are bringing your camper up late or picking them up early, you will need to notify our Student Ministry Assistant, Denise Surber at as soon as possible. It will severely delay our departure or return if we do not know of these special circumstances in advance.

Bible, notebook, pen/pencil, flashlight, sleeping bag, pillow, towel, toiletries, warm clothes, water bottle, jacket, hat/beanie, gloves, boots, additional spending money.

Hartland provides dinner the day of arrival, all meals each full day, breakfast and lunch the day of departure.

Please note: If your student has special dietary needs, please contact our Student Ministry Assistant Denise Surber at


We realize camp is expensive and these are trying times. We want to make it as accessible as possible. We know for some families the cost of camp is too great a financial burden and Hartland has financial assistance available. Please click the link below to apply for a Heartland Campership. *Note: You must register for camp and pay the initial deposit before applying for any financial aid.