First, be sure that your child is registered for camp. A confirmation email should have been sent to you upon registering your camper. That email contained important information, including drop-off and pick-up times.
If you know that your child is registered for camp, but can't find the email, don't worry! All camps have the same drop-off and pick-up times! YOU MUST CHECK OUT YOUR CAMPER AT THE DINING HALL. Our staff will not release your camper to anyone, unless they have been verified at the Dining Hall.
-Drop-off is at 9am at the Dining Hall on the first day of your camper's camp session.
-Pick-up is at 10am at the Dining Hall on the last day of your camper's camp session. Check-out will be at Dining Hall and campers will be picked-up at cabins (please check-out campers at Dining Hall before going to cabins).
KEEP IT SIMPLE. Don't go out and buy a new wardrobe for camp. Here is a list to help:
-1 fitted sheet
-Blanket or sleeping bag
-5 pairs of socks
-5 pairs of shorts
-Flip flops or crocks
-2 bath towels
-2 beach towels
-Girls – bring whole piece swimming suits or
tankini that covers stomach completely. If your
camper does not have a whole piece or tankini,
then a dark tank will need to be worn over her
two piece swimming suits.
YES! As of Spring 2021, we are open for any and all retreat groups (church, corporate, family, etc.).
Our facilities can accommodate a group of 100 people.
Cabins 1-4 include 20 bunk beds, 1 captain's bed, 2 bathrooms, 4 sinks, and 2 showers.
Cabin 5 is our designated handicapped accessible cabin which includes 18 bunks, 1 suite with a king bed, 7 sinks, 3 bathrooms, and a kitchenette.
15 RV hookups: 30 and 50 amp pads, water and sewage hookups
At this time, we do not. You're at camp! Use this opportunity to disconnect from the phone and reconnect with those around you. You'll be glad you did.
There is plenty of parking around our dining hall. Also, you may park in front of cabins.
Please do NOT park in front of the Pavilion or on the grass.
Yes! As followers of Jesus Christ, we believe that every person is created in God's image and therefore deserves to be treated with respect, compassion, and dignity. We strive to honor Jesus' example of love and service by valuing each member of our community, including our staff, as a unique and valuable creation of God. Our commitment to treating others with kindness, generosity, and respect reflects our desire to serve Christ by serving others.
Great question! Camp Uskichitto seeks to proclaim in word and deed the Gospel of the love of God revealed in Jesus Christ as it is exemplified and discovered in interpersonal relationships, worship, and study of the Bible at camp. The implication of this philosophy is that all staff persons are seeking to pattern their lives and relationships after that of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. They are Christians who are seeking to know God’s will for their lives. It is expected that all staff accept this philosophy and seek to become this kind of person by living their faith and verbally describing their relationship with Jesus.
The mission of Uskichitto Retreat Center is to make disciples of Christ for
the transformation of the world by providing a fun-filled and meaningful camping experience based upon Christian principles.
How do we do that?
Teaching Christian Principles
Meaningful Camping Experience