Lutz Campus

18333 Exciting Idlewild Blvd.
Lutz, FL 33548

Idlewild at The Springs

8209 N 19th St
Tampa, FL 33604

Iglesia Bautista Idlewild

Main Campus, Student Building, Hall 2
 

High School Camp: May 29 – June 2

Middle School Camp: June 2 – June 6

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Early Bird price $320 ($125 deposit) until 4/25

Regular full price $345 ($150 deposit) from 4/26 until camp.

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High School Camp: May 29 – June 2

Middle School Camp: June 2 – June 6

Student registration for Camp Idlewild.

Register as an adult leader for Camp.

For High School and College applicants only

Lock in the low ONE DAY price only on March 7th.

Early Bird Pricing will last through April 25th.

Camp & COVID-19

 

We know that as we draw closer to camp, everyone is asking, “What will Camp Idlewild look like this summer?” This is a question that our team is working diligently to answer. The reality is that camp will look different, and that is okay. However, the things that are the most foundational to camp will still be there.

 

We will continue to serve your student by providing the camp experience that you expect from us, one designed with students in mind and Jesus at the center of it. Our desire is for your student to leave camp transformed and growing in a deeper relationship with Christ and with each other. Our team is excited and expectant of what the Lord is going to do this summer at Camp Idlewild.

 

Here are a few things to help you anticipate what camp will look like:

 

At a minimum, we will be performing the following precautions before to leaving for camp:

  • We will train our staff on necessary preventative health and safety protocols, as well as the plan for handling symptoms or exposure identified at camp.
  • We will limit the capacity of attendance at camp from previous years in an effort to allow for more social distancing when possible.
  • We will conduct temperature checks upon arrival for registration.
  • We will require each student to complete a COVID-19 Questionnaire indicating whether or not they are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or been exposed to someone with COVID-19.

 

At a minimum, we will be performing the following precautions once we arrive at camp:

  • We will be enlisting licensed medical professionals to assist onsite with all health related services and screenings.
  • We will be reorienting the food serving process from buffet style service to cafeteria style service (individualized meals).
  • We will provide more available outdoor seating during meals.
  • We will provide necessary supplies for common/shared spaces including but not limited to hand sanitizer, disinfectant wipes, disinfectant cleaner, etc.
  • We will perform routine cleaning on a daily basis.
  • We will make adjustments to our schedule and programming in an effort to ensure a safe and healthy camp environment.
  • We will ask all to maintain social distancing whenever possible.
  • We will perform daily temperature checks on camp members, requiring anyone not feeling well to seek medical attention and be socially isolated, if becoming ill.
  • We will provide the opportunity to families for a student to receive a rapid COVID-19 Test if they possess COVID-19 symptoms.
  • We will conduct contact tracing and additional cleaning if a student or leader tests positive for COVID-19 while at camp.

Liability Release Forms

 

All students and adults attending Camp Idlewild 2020 MUST sign and submit a completed liability release form before they leave for camp. Both forms for adults and minors can be found here on our website.

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What to Bring To Camp

 

CLOTHES: At least 5 Days’ worth of casual clothes that can get dirty! As well as clothes to change into for Dinner & Worship each night.

(Team Colors will be announced closer to camp)

SNEAKERS are suggested for games & activities, must have at least one pair of closed-toed shoes for recreation.

ONE PIECE Swim Suit (or dark T-shirt to completely cover 2 piece).

We recommend packing a plastic bag for wet items, like clothing or towels.

SLEEPING: Sleeping Bag, Pillow, Pajamas, Linens & blanket for bunk beds.

MONEY: Spending Money for the Camp Snack Shop (and Idlewild souvenirs: water bottles, sunglasses, T-shirts, etc!).

We will NOT be stopping for lunch on the road!

HYGIENE: Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Shampoo,  Soap, TOWELS (for bathing and for down at the lake), DEODORANT! Sun tan lotion, & Bug spray

DON’T FORGET: Your BIBLE, Notebook & Pen!

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What NOT to Bring To Camp

 

ELECTRONICSComputers, TVs, Gaming Systems (including consoles or handhelds like Nintendo 3DS or Switch), etc.

MISCELLANEOUS: No Hoverboards, weapons like knives or guns, tobacco or smoking items or paraphernalia like Vape Pens or Juul, fireworks, or items for pranks like water balloons, shaving cream, etc.

If ANY of the above items are brought to camp, each item will be taken away and NOT returned!

**PLEASE NOTE: IF YOU SEND YOUR STUDENT TO CAMP WITH THEIR CELL PHONE, WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE IF IT IS DAMAGED, LOST, OR STOLEN. DO SO AT YOUR OWN RISK.

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Camp Departure/Arrival Time

 

Registration & departure begins at 7:30am on the first day of camp.  Registration is held in the Student Building beginning at 7:30AM. High School returns Wednesday, between 1-2pm. Middle School returns Sunday, between 1-2pm

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Camp Scholarship Application

 

To apply for a scholarship for this year’s camp click to download an application. Fill it out and return it to the students office.

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Who is camp for?

Idlewild Student Camp is for ALL Middle & High School students who have COMPLETED their grade 5—12.

Where is camp located?

Camp takes place in Lake Placid, Florida (about two and a half hours southeast of Tampa) at the Lake Placid Camp & Conference Center.

What time should we arrive at IBC for Registration/Departure and Return?

Registration & departure begins at 7:30am on the first day of camp.  Registration is held in the Student Building beginning at 7:30AM. High School returns Wednesday, June 02 between 1-2pm.  Middle School returns Sunday, June 06 between 1-2pm.

Where will my student be staying during camp?

Counselors and students are assigned to specific rooms based on their family groups for the week. Each family group sleeps in one big room with 5-6 bunk-bed; bathrooms are either in a joint hallway or attached to each room. Guys and girls stay in completely separate facilities. A counselor will be in every room/cabin. No

 

No Guys in Girls rooms, No Girls in Guys rooms!

Will my student need extra money during camp?

Everything needed during the week of camp (lodging, meals, etc.) has been covered in your camp cost. However, there is a Snack Shop located on the grounds of the conference center that your child may want to visit occasionally during their free time. There will also be additional t-shirts and souvenirs for them to buy if they should choose to. Students are responsible for the care of their personal money during the week.

What will my student need for the week of camp?
Who will be responsible for my student during the week of camp?

Your child will be under the direct supervision of their assigned counselor. All of our counselors and adult leaders have been background checked and interviewed for the safety of our students. There will be a minimum of 1:10 ratio of leaders to students (ONE Leader for every TEN Students). The camp will also have a Support Staff of 25+ members, as well as 10  Executive Staff on hand at all times.

How can I contact my student DURING camp?

We recommend that you not contact your child during camp, unless there is a serious emergency. If there is an EMERGENCY, please call Pastor Kelly at (813) 695-4585, Pastor Andrew at (813) 817-0955 or Pastor Chris at (813) 751-4162… For your peace of mind, the address and phone number to the Lake Placid Conference Center is…

 

Lake Placid Conference Center:

2665 Placid View Drive
Lake Placid, Florida, 33852

 

Feel free to mail your student an encouraging letter or card during the week of camp! 

2018 High School Intro

2018 High School Day 1 Recap

2018 High School Day 2 Recap

2018 High School Day 3 Recap

2018 High School Day 4 Recap

2018 High School Camp Baptisms

2018 Middle School Intro

2018 Middle School Day 1 Recap

2018 Middle School Day 2 Recap

2018 Middle School Day 3 Recap

2018 Middle School Day 4 Recap

2018 Middle School Camp Baptisms

1 Thessalonians Intro

1 Thessalonians 1 & 2 Breakdown

1 Thessalonians 3 & 4 Breakdown

1 Thessalonians 4 & 5 Breakdown