Dayspring Bible Camp


What to Expect

What are the facilities like?

Before leaving camp, we recommend that you walk around the campus with your campers to allow them to become familiar with the various different buildings and locations.


  • Eight cabins (generally used as boys cabins) are located in the lower part of camp.
  • In addition to the eight cabins located in the lower part of camp, eight more cabins (usually used as girls cabins) are located on the hillside.
  • Cabins 2A and 2B are wheelchair accessible. In addition to being wheelchair accessible, this cabin has an attic fan, as well as two showers and restrooms on each side.
  • Cabins 1, 3A, 3B, 5, and 6 are newly renovated with drywall and air conditioning.
  • Cabin 15B is wheel chair accessible from the back entrance.
  • Cabins 2A, 2B, 15A, and 15B also have air conditioning.
  • Most cabins are arranged to sleep 6 campers and 1 counselor, although Cabins 2A, 2B, 15A, and 15B sleep more.

If you are looking to rent Dayspring Bible Camp, check out our facilities page for more in-depth info regarding cabins.

Other Facilities


  • The air-conditioned Dining Hall is located at the center of the camp. This is where all meals are served.
  • The air-conditioned chapel has a seating capacity of 100 people. Generally, sermons/messages take place in this chapel.
  • The Gymnasium and pool are located on the hill and are wheelchair-accessible.
  • All major buildings are wheelchair-accessible, with a sidewalk that extends throughout the camp.
  • Dayspring also offers a game room with a foosball table, air hockey, ping pong, a sports locker, an aquatic house with canoes, john boats, and buggy boats. Life jackets are provided and required by state law to be worn by campers aged 12 and younger, and to be in the boat for campers 13+.
  • In addition to these buildings and facilities, Dayspring has two docks, two decks, hiking trails, a sports field, basketball and volleyball courts, and a school-aged playground.

What is the schedule like?

The schedule may vary from camp session to camp session but generally, breakfast is served at 8:30 am, lunch at 12:30 pm, and dinner at 5:30 pm. Chapel sessions take place twice a day. Often, campers enjoy a camp fire during the week, weather permitting. Campers typically enjoy skill sessions, organized games, team activities and of course, Scripture memory!

Note: This schedule only applies to our overnight camps.

How should I communicate with my camper?

Communications via phone to Dayspring Bible Camp are limited to only one phone. Because of this, it is requested that only contact your child via phone for emergencies. Do not give your camper a cell phone or other electronic device to have at camp. Any electronic devices will be confiscated and held until the camper is picked up at the end of the session. Campers love letters, postcards, greeting cards, and care packages. We even have fun with the mail delivery system. Campers are encouraged to sing a song, tell a joke, recite a verse, or otherwise express their desire for the package. Frequently, they participate in group efforts. (Mail will never be withheld from a camper! We want this to be a fun experience!)

Can I visit my camper?

Absolutely! You are free to visit your camper at any time. We have an open-door policy. However, to provide protection for all campers, we require all visitors to check in with the program director or camp administrator upon arrival. Please report to the Dining Hall when you arrive, before visiting any other part of the campgrounds. All visitors 16 years and older may be asked to show their state-issued, photo ID. Someone will generally be there to assist you between 7:30-9:30 am, 11:30 am – 1:30 pm, and 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm. If you need to arrive at a time not listed above, please communicate 24 hours in advance with the camp Registrar or other available staff to make arrangements.

Anything else?

If you cannot find an answer to your question or if you have any concerns, do not hesitate to contact us.