- Sr High Adventure - Wisconsin
- Pioneer Camp on Horshshoe Acres
- Jr. High Wilderness - Southern Indiana
- Parent - Child Adventure Camp
- FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE APPLICATION
- Beginning Horse Camp
- MEDICATION FORM
- Jr. High Bible Camp
- Junior I Camp
- Junior II Bible Camp
- PAINTBALL LIABILITY WAIVER
- Winter Retreat
- Nature Discovery Camp
- Sr. High Challenge Camp
- Parent & Child Camp
- CIT Camp
- Cooking Camp
- Sports Camp
- Snow Camp 2009
- M.A.D. Camp (Music-Art-Drama)
- Labor Day Family Camp
- 15 Annual Golf Scramble
- Archery Camp
- FINANAICAL ASSISTANCE APPLICATION
How to register
- All youth may attend Camp Shipshewana, regardless of church affiliation
- Complete and sign BOTH the REGISTRATION and MEDICAL FORMS.
- Use a separate registration for each camp attended and each camper.
- Include a $75.00 non-refundable non-transferable deposit per camper by
- When you register through the BRC office, make check payable to the BRETHREN RETREAT
- If you attend one of the Indiana District Brethren Churches, please register through your church.
- Please send in balance of camp fee by June 15.
What to bring
Notebook & Pen
What to leave at home
Animals or Pets
Whats new?Download 2008 Program Registration form
For Your Infomation (FYI)
- Some Adventure camps fill up quickly. Register early to be assured of a space. Registrations beyond capacity will be placed on a waiting list.
- Visitation permitted only on opening and closing days.
- There are no early pick ups for Adventure Camps
- Adventure Camper check-in begins at 3:00 pm Sunday
- On the final day of Pioneer Camp, parents are invited to the closing program at 10:30 am. Pioneer Camp's closing program is at Horseshoe Acres. Picnic lunch will be provided for all Pioneer camper families following the Closing Program.
- Campers who attend an Indiana District Brethren Church, please check with your church about camp registration procedures, church support, and paying for camp fees.
- Since Adventure camps are \"off-site,\" there is no ability for campers to receive delivery of E-mail and/or faxes.
- It is the Brethren Retreat's policy that all insurance claims are sent to the parent/guardian's insurance company first.
- Rules for acceptance and participation in the program are the same for everyone without regard to race, color, sex, age, handicap, or national origin. Any person who believes he or she has been discriminated against in any USDA-related activity should write to: Secretary of Agriculture, Washington DC 20250.
- Help keep the Brethren Retreat beautiful. Avoid littering, graffiti and vandalism.
- There is not a closing program for Jr Hi and Sr Hi closing programs. Campers will be available to depart camp following gear clean up which is normally around 10:30 am
- Father Son Camp concludes by 2:30 pm on Sunday.