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Cross Point Students is planning to go back to Beach Camp in 2021!

 

From June 21-25, Cross Point Students will be heading to BigStuf Camp in Panama City Beach, Florida. The cost of camp is $550.

Beach Camp 2021 is full at the moment, but hope is not lost! Please add your name to the waiting list linked below. If and/or when a spot becomes available, we will contact you directly.

You can learn more about BigStuf at bigstuf.com.

If you have any other questions, please reach out to your campus Student Pastor.

CAMP FAQS

What health precautions is BigStuf taking amidst COVID-19?

Our partner hotels and vendors are equipped with precautionary measures to ensure the safety of all attendees following the guidelines and directions of the CDC and WHO.

If you have been diagnosed with asthma; have been diagnosed with cancer, treated with chemo or radiation within six months of the onset of camp; suffer from cystic fibrosis, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, or juvenile multiple sclerosis, please contact your doctor and discuss if attending camp is right for you.

As part of our on-site camp safety procedures, if you register a temperature of 100.5 F or greater upon your initial screening, your admission into camp will be canceled with a full refund.
What health precautions is Cross Point taking amidst COVID-19?
While we know we can’t eliminate the risk, we will do our best to keep your student safe while we travel. Below are a few things we will implement, in an effort to reduce the risk as much as possible:
  • Please provide a mask for your student. These will be encouraged whenever a student is gathered in a space of 10 or more. Bus rides, large group events, and indoor gatherings will all be places your student will be encouraged to mask up
  • All students will need to complete an initial health screening prior to check-in for camp. A questionnaire will be provided, and completion of a negative symptom checklist, a temperature screen, and a signed waiver of consent to participate will be required from a parent or guardian.
  • Room assignments will place 5 to 6 people in a room. This will continue to adhere to a small group size that is within the CDC guidelines.
What are the dates of camp?

Monday, June 21st – Friday, June 25th

 

What is the minimum amount required to sign up?
A $100 deposit is all that is required to reserve a student’s spot.

 

When is the balance due?
Final balances are due May 25, 2021. You can pay your balance in increments. Upon registration, your confirmation email contains instructions to make payments over time.

 

Are scholarships available?

Yes. We don’t want money to be the reason a student can not go to Beach Camp. Scholarship funds can be requested via our Scholarship Request Application at crosspoint.tv/camp. The scholarship application will not be reviewed until a student registers and pays the deposit.

 

Will other churches be at this camp?
Yes. We join other churches from all over the country at BigStuf Camp.
What are the accommodations?
We will stay in a hotel that is closed to the public during our stay. Students are assigned rooms based upon their grade & gender-specific small group.
How much spending money should my student bring?

This is entirely at your discretion: however, there will be expenses that are not covered by your registration fee. There will be 1 meal to camp and 1 meal from camp on the road that the students will be responsible for. Additionally, whatever extra spending money your student would need while at camp. They will have the opportunity to buy snacks, shirts, arcade games, and other stuff while at camp.

What are the ages for camp?
Finished 7th grade – finished 12th grade
Are small children of leaders allowed?
No.
What is the ratio of adults to students?
1 adult to 8 students
What is the address and phone number for the hotel?
Boardwalk Beach Hotel & Convention Center, 9600 S Thomas Dr, Panama City Beach, FL 32408
1-800-224-4853
What do we pack?
* Bed linens & bath towels are provided in the hotel rooms.
  • Pair of tennis shoes
  • Beach towels
  • Sunscreen
  • Water bottles
  • Flip-flops
  • Appropriate bathing suit
  • Shorts
  • T-shirts
  • Bibles & journals
  • Money for 1 meal on the way there and the way back
  • Appropriate toiletries
What NOT to pack:
  • Alcohol
  • Tobacco
  • Illegal drugs
  • Fireworks
  • Any kind of weapon- including pocket knives
  • Water guns/ water balloons
Up to parent’s discretion:
  • Pillow
  • Snacks
  • Headphones/AirPods
  • Electronics
  • Spending money for merch @ camp, snacks on the drive, private vendor beach activities, etc.
Is there a dress code?
Yes. Guys, here are some parameters to follow:
  • Please make sure all attire is modest & appropriate.
  • No speedos or anything that semi resembles a speedo.
  • Unless at the beach or pool, wear a shirt at all times that completely covers the chest & torso.
  • No sagging of shorts, pants, or swim trunks.
Girls, here are some parameters to follow:
  • Please make sure all attire is modest & appropriate.
  • One-piece bathing suits (no cutouts) or tankini’s that fully cover the stomach.
  • The stomach should be covered at all times.
  • All shirts, dresses, & rompers should have a modest neckline.
  • No crop tops
  • Shorts & rompers must have at least a 3” inseam.
  • Skirts, dresses, & rompers should keep you fully covered when bending over.

 

What are the free time activities?
On-site there is the beach, pool, & games such as triple toss, cornhole, spikeball & kanjam. There are also private vendors on the beach who offer Jet Ski rentals & parasailing. BigStuf hosts optional rec tournaments including basketball & beach volleyball.
What is the itinerary for my student?
What is the cancellation policy?

In the event COVID-19 restricts our ability to travel to BigStuf, your student’s registration will be canceled, and all money paid will be fully refunded.

Your $100 deposit secures your student’s spot at camp. The final date to cancel your student’s registration is May 25th, and any outstanding balance over your deposit will be cancelled or refunded to you. Failure to cancel your registration by May 25th will result in your balance being due in full.