Family Camp

July 31-August 2, 2020

Family Camp Description
Family camp is about learning to make, teach, and send disciples as a family. This year’s Family Camp will focus on FELLOWSHIP. Instead of large group sessions there will be more unprogrammed time for people to fellowship in person, something we have all been missing. We will have a Sunday Morning Church gathering. You are invited to join us for a fun and faith filled weekend at Riverview. Lodging options include camping with a tent or RV, cabins, or just coming for the day on August 1.

Fun activities include: giant slide, waterfront area with blob and floating toys, swimming pool, gym, coffee shop, game room, zip line, archery, 9 square, and more! 
Camp Menu
Riverview will provide the meals for Family Camp. If you have special food allergies or needs, please plan to bring some of your own food. Here is a list of what will be served.
Dinner 7/31 - Spaghetti, meat sauce, garlic bread
Breakfast 8/1 - Waffles, scrambled eggs, sausage
Lunch 8/1 - Taco bar
Dinner 8/1 - Hawaiian Luau, teriyaki chicken, rice
Breakfast 8/2 - Breakfast Sandwiches
COVID Guidelines
Riverview Bible Camp is operating in a county in Phase 3. Here are the key guidelines:
  • Outdoor space will be highly utilized
  • No sessions except outdoor Sunday church
  • One household per sleeping area
  • Good hygiene and distance encouraged
  • Masks are not required
  • Participants must be from the same geographic area
  • If anyone in the household is sick 72 hours before camp, that household may not come
  • If someone gets sick at camp, that household must return home.
  • Full refunds will be issued for any reason

Check out all the fun from last year

Family Camp Q & A

What does “Family” mean?

Anyone who is part of the church family is invited to come—singles, empty nesters or parents with children.

Do I need to bring food?

5 meals are included in the cost—Friday Dinner, 3 meals Saturday, and Sunday breakfast. You may want to bring some snacks.

What if I have food allergies?

We will try to have some options available, but the best plan is to bring some of your own food that you know you can eat.

Can I bring my pet? 

Sorry, but you need to leave pets at home.  Riverview Bible Camp does not allow any pets.

What if I can’t afford it? 

There are some scholarships available. Contact us to find out more.

Still have questions?