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Parent Information

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Frequently Asked Questions

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How do I register?

Register online or download a paper registration form and return the completed form by mail or fax along with the required $75 deposit or full payment per camper. Deposits are non-refundable and non-transferable UNLESS registration is made for a full camp, at which time your deposit will be refunded.  Visa, MasterCard, and Discover Card are accepted for your deposit and/or full payment. All registrations will be confirmed promptly via e-mail.  Balance of payments can be made online or by USPS mail. Balance of camp fees must be received 14 days prior to the start of your camp session to secure your registration. A $25 fee applies to all returned checks. Register Now!


When are check-in & pick-up times?

Check-in for sessions that begin on Sunday is from 4:00-5:00 pm and includes supper. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday registration is from 6:30 –7:00 pm. Please do not arrive before check-in time as Camp Omega is not able to provide supervision for campers prior to registration. All sessions end with an 11:00 am pick-up time. Camp for People with Developmental Disabilities – Check-in is from 6:30 – 7:00 pm. Supper will not be provided.


Is there a packing list?

Check out our packing list for a complete list of what to bring and what to not bring to camp!


Are there early registration discounts?

The $10 early registration discount applies to those who pay their camp fees in full prior to March 1.


What does a day of Camp look like?

There are core activities most campers will participate in that include swimming, archery, arts & crafts, and canoeing. Counselors and cabin groups also have the opportunity to select other program options to fill out their daily schedules. These optional activities may include pontoon rides, kayaking, small group games, soccer, sand volleyball, and nature activities. For more explanation on different parts of the schedule check out the detailed schedule.


Can we request cabin buddies?

Participants may list up to three other campers they wish to have as cabin mates. All buddies must be registered for the same camp program session and dates in order for the request to be honored. Friends are a valuable aspect of summer camp, and every effort will be made to honor your requests.


What forms do I need to fill out and by when?

A Health Form and Camper Information Sheet must be received AT LEAST 14 DAYS PRIOR to the camp session, along with final payment to secure your registration.  How do I know if Camp Omega has received my form?  Simply check your form status online in the My Account.  Please note that some camp sessions require additional permissions.


Is there any help to pay for camp?

Please don’t let finances prevent your child from experiencing a Camp Omega program. Contact your church for information on funds that may be available. Camp Omega also has a campership program available. Please read the Campership application requirements thoroughly and send all required attachments, including your registration form. Incomplete Campership applications will not be processed. Your registration, with approved Campership amounts, will be confirmed via email.


When do I send money to the canteen? How much should I send?

Every day, campers have the opportunity to purchase items such as candy, crackers, ice cream, and drink items at the Canteen. We recommend depositing $20-30 for a full week and $10-15 for weekend camps into their camp bank account. Any remaining funds can be refunded at the conclusion of the camp session or donated to the Camp’s mission project. Balance of payments, including canteen money, can be made online by visiting My Account or by USPS mail. Checks can be mailed to the camp office.

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How do  I make payments? When do I pay? Can I pay when I show up?

A minimum $75 deposit is required with all registrations. Balance of payments, including canteen money, can be made online by visiting My Account or by USPS mail. Upon processing your payment, you will be sent an email confirming the transactions and stating any balances due. You will not receive reminders or invoices regarding balances. In order to speed up the check-in process, our policy requires full payment of camp fees at least 14 days prior to the camp session. We encourage you to send canteen payments and make Bunk1 payments (optional) prior to the first day of camp to speed up the onsite registration process!


What about medications?

The camper’s Health Form must list all medications. At check-in, all medications (prescription, over-the-counter, vitamin, essential oils) must be turned into the Health Care Coordinator to be safely dispensed. Any concerns can be reviewed with the Health Care Coordinator on duty. All medications must be in their original packaging, bottle, or containers labeled with the camper’s name. Any concerns can be reviewed with the Health Care Coordinator on duty.

Camp for People with Developmental Disabilities – Please bring your medications packaged by med pass time with full prescription information (prescription name, dosage, etc.) Call the office for more information.


What is the cancellation policy?

All cancellations must be received in writing by mail or email. A refund, minus the non-refundable deposit, will be granted if the request is received 30 days prior to the first day of the camp session.


Is it alright to bring a fan to camp?

The cabins can get hot, so fans are encouraged. Since there is not a lot of extra room in the cabins, please limit the size of your fan. However, remember that there is no electricity in the Outpost Villages.


What about camp pictures?

Camp Omega partners with Bunk1 to bring you photos from camp and to keep you connected with your campers. Camp Omega’s partnership with Bunk1 makes it easy to communicate with your child and receive handwritten responses while viewing daily photos. Available for purchase online through your “My Account” at campomega.org. You can read more about the Camp Omega and Bunk1 partnership for photos and camper mail on the Bunk1 Parent Flyer.


What do I do if my child has a special diet?

Dietary needs must be communicated to the camp prior to arrival, outlined on the camper’s Health Form, and discussed with the Health Care Coordinator at the time of arrival. Camp Omega is willing to accommodate needs as able. Dietary needs will be discussed with the camp’s Food Service Director.


Do I have to be Lutheran to come to Camp Omega?

No, absolutely not! Camp Omega is a Christ-centered organization affiliated with the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod. Camp Omega’s outreach is to welcome and minister to diverse denominations and many non-churched families. Our de-emphasis on issues peripheral to the Gospel has enabled us to deeply affect people from many faith traditions.


How will my child be supervised while at Camp Omega?

All counselors are over 18 years old. Our ten-day intensive staff training covers camper safety and health, program activities, and Bible Study preparation, and other subjects per required by the American Camping Association. All counselors are American Red Cross certified in CPR and First Aid. On Main Camp, counselors stay with the campers in the cabins; in the Outpost, counselors stay in a counselor quad. All camp games and activities are supervised by the counselors


How are the pool and lake activities supervised?

All aquatic activities are under the direct supervision of American Red Cross certified lifeguards.


What has Camp Omega done about safety?

Camp Omega is annually inspected by the State of Minnesota Department of Health and is accredited by the American Camping Association (ACA). Developed exclusively for the camping industry, the ACA is a nationally recognized program that focuses on program quality and health and safety issues and requires us to review every facet of our operation. Camp Omega voluntarily submits to this independent appraisal done by camp experts and has earned this mark of distinction


Forms and Resources

All forms can be filled out online at My Account

Registration Flyer

This form will assist you in preparing your child for his or her stay at Camp Omega.


Packing List


Health Information Form

A signed Health History Form is required for all summer camp participants and is due 14 days prior to the start of the camp session. Complete it online at My Account or download, mail or FAX it to (507) 685-4401.


Camper Information Sheet

Please take time to complete this information sheet. It will help us know, understand and better provide and care for your child during his/her stay with us. This completed form is due along with the Health History Form 14 days prior to the start of the camp session. Complete it online at My Account or download, complete and mail it or fax it to (507) 685-4401.


Summer Brochure

Download the 8 page Summer Camp Brochure including the registration page. Then print, complete, and mail or fax it along with payment information? A quicker, cheaper option… and we know you’ll like this the best. Save time, printing, and mailing costs by registering online.


Bunk1 Parent Flyer

Want to keep up with your camper while they are at camp? Camp Omega and Bunk1 have partnered to make an all-camp photo and camper mail simple for families. Purchase access to the all-camp photo as well as banknotes and BunkReplies so you can send and receive messages online! Check out your My Account dashboard for Bunk1 packages.


Firearms Waiver and Release

A signed permission form by a guardian or parent is required for guests and campers to participate in the shotgun safety program or other shooting events sponsored by Camp Omega and the Morristown Gun Club. Please print, complete, and mail or fax prior to the camp session.


Challenge Course, High Ropes, and Climbing Waiver

A signed release of liability form must be signed and on file with the Camp Office prior to camper and guest participation in Camp Omega’s challenge and high ropes course program. Please print, complete, and mail or fax prior to the camp session.


Online Summer Camp Evaluation

Online Summer Camp Evaluation (Link)

One of the most important aspects of our summer program is the input from our campers and their parents so that we can continue to improve the camp experience at Camp Omega. We are especially open to any input and comments that will help to make the coming weeks and summers even better. These evaluations are anonymous, so please be honest and open with your remarks. If you do wish for us to contact you regarding your comments, please indicate. Please print, complete, and return to us by mail or fax. Thank you.


Financial Assistance

We are doing everything we can to assure that every child can attend Camp Omega regardless of economic status. Don’t let finances separate your child or family from this life-changing experience. Many churches and organizations have funds available. Please contact your church office for information.

Camp Omega also has a Campership program called “For the Children Fund” designed to make sure that no person misses out on summer camp due to finances. Camperships can only be applied toward the basic camp program costing $345 or less. Camp Registration must be received before Campership Application can be considered.

To apply, download the Campership Application and return it along with your registration.