Heartland Camp

Frequently Asked Questions

We will refund your deposit only if you apply and there are no more openings. If you are accepted to camp and then cancel, your deposit will NOT be refunded. Any additional payments will be refunded if a camper cancels at least 30 days before camp. If a cancellation occurs less than 30 days before camp, all payments are forfeited.

Camper fees must be paid in full by June 30th, 2023 for the Heartland Camp 2023 session.

We request that you first exhaust all the local options that may be available to you in terms of fundraising. Ask your church pastor or youth pastor if there are local funds available or fundraiser activities that you can participate in to raise money. We have a limited number of partial scholarships you can apply for. Please contact Mark Lengwin, Camp Director, for scholarship information by emailing director@heartlandcamp.org.

Typically, Heartland Camp houses approximately 80-100 campers, depending on staffing. 

We have one Dorm Counselor plus one Assistant Counselor for every 10-12 campers. The overall camper-to-staff ratio is less than 2 to 1.

We are fortunate to have a camp that reflects the beautiful diversity of our country. We have youth of all ethnic and economic backgrounds. Christians and youth of other faiths attend Heartland Camp.

It is natural for children to miss their family and the comforts of home. However, in our experience, camp is packed with so much fun that the opposite situation usually occurs – children forget to call home and in many cases would like to stay at camp forever. Our counseling staff is trained to deal with the issue of homesickness.

Yes, Heartland Camp’s beliefs are established by our parent organization, Heartland Christian Association (HCA). You can find our beliefs statement on the HCA website or by clicking here