DATES: July 29-August 2, 2024
AGE GROUP: Those completing 7-12 grade (girls only)
Hiking North Shore gives you the opportunity to visit northern Minnesota on a hiking and camping trip. This trip includes tent camping, waterfalls, hiking, sight-seeing, great food, and having daily time with the Lord as you focus on exploring his creation. No experience is necessary, just a love for the outdoors!
*If a camp is filled, you are still able to register and put your child on the wait list. You will receive a call if a spot opens up. If your child does not get in to camp, you will receive a full refund.
- Register by April 1st for an early registration discount of $20.00.
- Register by May 1st for an early registration discount of $10.00.
- If you are registering more than two children for camp from your home this summer, you are eligible for an additional $50.00 off the registration price for your third+ child. Please contact camp to have us apply the discount to your registration.
- Scholarship help is available. If finances are a problem, please check with your church first for assistance. If you do not attend a church, or if funds are not available there, please contact Arrowhead to inquire about scholarship funds.
WHAT TO EXPECT
The trip will begin at Arrowhead Bible Camp with check-in at 8:00am on the first day of the camp. We plan to leave for Minnesota by 9:30am that morning – so don’t be late! We will return to camp in the afternoon on the final day of the trip; campers must be picked up by 5:30pm.
During the trip, the group will set up camp at Cascade River State Park, near Lutsen, MN. Each day will include a hike. On days with a shorter hike we will take in other experiences like Grand Portage National Monument and the town of Grand Marais, MN. These adventures are sure to satisfy that outdoor spirit and make impactful memories!
WILL THE TRIP BE DANGEROUS?
The short answer is “no.” The safety of each student is a top-priority, so we will not be participating in any dangerous activities. However, if students are acting irresponsibly or unwisely, they may run the risk of injuring themselves while hiking or camping. If your child has difficulty making responsible decisions or enduring tough conditions, we would encourage you talk with them about those issues before considering registering for this trip.
WHAT IF THERE IS AN EMERGENCY?
CAN I CONTACT MY CHILD DURING THE TRIP?
SHOULD MY CHILD BRING SPENDING MONEY?
Yes. The cost of all meals is included in your registration fee, but if your child would like to purchase snacks on the road or souvineirs in Grand Marais or Grand Portage, they should bring some cash.
DOES MY CHILD NEED A PHYSICAL TO PARTICIPATE?
WHAT SHOULD I DO WITH MY CHILD'S MEDS?
If your child has any medication (including over-the-counter medication), be sure to enclose it in a Ziploc bag with her full name written on it. Names and dosages must be clearly marked on all packages and bottles. All medications will be kept and distributed as needed by the camp health supervisor on the trip. Please do not send non-prescription medications (such as Tylenol or Ibuprofen) as we already have these packed in our medical kit.
CAN I SEND MY CHILD MAIL?
Sure! However, we will not forward any mail to the north shore. All mail will be delivered to the students when they return to Arrowhead.
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