There is no cost to the camper or family. There is no obligation to the family.
Where will the campers eat and sleep?
Separate boys and girls cabins will provide a safe and fun environment for the campers. Up to five children and three adult counselors will be in each cabin. Most meals are prepared at the cabin campfire. Meals are delicious, nutritious and plentiful. In bad weather, meals are prepared in the camp kitchen and served in the Pavilion building.
How will my camper get to camp?
We hire a school bus and driver from a licensed Vermont bus rental company. They pick up the campers and chaperons in Montpelier and drive the 90 minutes to Bethany Birches Camp. We also arrange to have screened and trusted drivers transport campers in private cars from locations near their homes for the ride to Montpelier, or to camp, whichever is closer.
What is our religious agenda?
Our only mission is for each camper to have an experience of being unconditionally loved and accepted as they are. We believe that this is the way that God loves us, and that it is best shown by the way we care for and treat each other. At Camp Agape, we do not require campers to participate in religious activities.