Entering grade 6-8

Join us for some crazy excitement including stealthy night games, bumpin’ parties, zany skits, and amazing worship. With positive cabin and team environments, every middle schooler has a place to belong at Tadmor.

Questions?

Contact our Registrar Jenny Savage at [email protected] or 541-451-4270 (ext. 720), for registration questions. Contact Brian Smith at [email protected] 541-451-4270 (ext. 705) for programming questions.

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2024 Schedule Details

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Description Dates Days Entering
Grades
Cost* Groups Individuals
Middle/High School Combo Jun 23-28 Sun - Fri 6,7,8,9,10,11,12 $465.00 Contact Registrar Open for Girls,
Waitlist for Boys
Middle School 1 Jun 30 - Jul 4 Sun - Thu 6,7,8 $415.00 Open Waitlist
Middle School 2 Jul 7-12 Sun - Fri 6,7,8 $465.00 Reserved** Closed**
Middle School 3 Jul 28 - Aug 2 Sun - Fri 6,7,8 $465.00 Reserved** Closed**

*Church Groups reserving cabins will receive a discount.

**These sessions are filled by Church Groups, no waitlist is available for individuals.

Not finding the space you need for your group? Call our Registrar, Jenny Savage: 541-451-4270, x720

Waitlisted Individuals will receive an update on their registration status from our Registrar during the week of March 4-8, 2024. Please wait for the Registrar to reach out to you, as we honor the order in which registrations were received. Thank you.

Registration

For summer 2024, we have adapted our registration to better suit camp's mission which is to serve the church and we do this by prioritizing registration for church groups over individuals. This has been a slow change over the past few years, but for summer 2024, we officially made the change.

We have been shifting to this model for the benefit of the campers and to help in the process of restoring and revitalizing churches. Our goal is that camp would not be just a once-a-year growth experience for campers, but a part of a church's ongoing ministry to their youth.

When campers go to camp with a youth group, they're able to go back home with the very same people they experienced all the fun, friendships and learning with! Campers can continue important conversations, and relive impactful moments, with their cabin mates and cabin leaders. Youth leaders who journey through a week of camp with their youth groups can observe and continue the trajectory of growth their youth experienced at Tadmor.

Navigating Registration Successfully:

  1. Work a church to send youth as a group
  2. Call or email Jenny to find out what churches in your area are already registered for Tadmor. 541-451-4270, x720 or [email protected]
  3. Look on our website and social media to see when individual registration will open for summer 2025 and beyond.
  4. If your camper is 16 or older and is missing high school camp this year, we have opportunities for high schoolers to serve at Tadmor for the summer! This is like a week of camp x10! While serving, they will receive intentional, personal discipleship, Biblical training, and make lifelong friends. Positions for serving at Tadmor are still available for summer 2024! Click here to learn more.
  5. Not finding the space you need for your group? Call our Registrar, Jenny Savage: 541-451-4270, x720

    Questions?

    Contact our Registrar Jenny Savage at [email protected] or 541-451-4270 (ext. 720), for registration questions. Contact Brian Smith at [email protected] 541-451-4270 (ext. 705) for programming questions.

Activities

Archery
Basketball
Canoes
Challenge Course
Crafts
Disc Golf
Fishing
Giant Slip n' Slide
Giant Swing
High Ropes
Hiking
Kayaks
Lake Inflatables
Night Games
Paddleboards
Paintball
Sand Volleyball
Swimming
Zipline

Amazingness to Prepare for

Night Games
Bring that camo to sneak through the woods in stealth mode.
Lake Time
Bring your suit and towel for some fun in the sun, swimming, canoeing, and more. Don't forget the sunscreen!

Middle School 3 only

Dance Party
Bring your neon clothes and best moves; we'll supply the music and black lights!
Wacky Wednesday
Do you have the weirdest and wackiest wardrobe?

What to Bring

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Information and Packing Checklist

Pack all items in closeable luggage (not a pillowcase, garbage bag, or open handbag)

T-shirts (modest)
Shorts (modest, at least 3.5" inseam)
Jeans/long pants
Underwear
Socks
Pajamas
Swimsuits (modest, must cover midsection)
Set of clothes that can get very dirty
Tennis Shoes
Sandals/Water shoes (for lake and showers)
Rain gear (check the weather)
Warm coat
Theme attire/costumes
Laundry bag
Sleeping Bag
Pillow
Refillable water bottle
Large garbage bags (for wet items on last day)
Toiletries (shampoo, soap, toothbrush, toothpaste)
Towels
Sunscreen
Flashlight
Bible
Pens/notebook
Stationary/stamps/envelopes
Insect repellent
Camera (not on a phone, or iPod)
$35-$100 (for camp store purchases, paintball, snacks, crafts) Recommended, not a requirement

Do NOT Bring

  • Cell Phone (We are a cell phone-free camp. Our counselors don't have theirs either)
  • Music devices
  • Web-based devices (iPads, etc)
  • Alcohol/tobacco/marijuana/illegal drugs
  • Weapons (guns, knives, etc.)
  • Gum
  • Fireworks
  • Clothing supporting alcohol companies
  • Immodest Clothing
  • Two-piece swimsuits (tankinis okay, must cover midsection)

Typical Day

  • Wake Up
  • Breakfast
  • Cabin Clean Up
  • Morning Devotions
  • Activity Time
  • Morning Recreation
  • Lunch
  • Free Time (waterfront, crafts, paintball, giant swing, etc.)
  • Dinner
  • Evening Session
  • Cabin Discussion
  • Evening Activity (Night game / Fireside / Etc.)
  • Lights Out

Other Information

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Information and Packing Checklist

Check In and Check Out Times

If your camper is coming to Tadmor with your church, check with your church leader for drop off and pick up times at the church. If your church is NOT providing transportation, check-in is from 4:00 - 5:30PM on the first day of camp.

Upon arrival, our staff will greet you and deliver your camper's luggage to the cabin area. They will direct you to the Registration Tent to get your camper's cabin assignment and drop off all medications with the health services staff. You and your camper may then tour the grounds, stop by our Cedar Creek Coffee Shop, and meet your camper's counselor. Parents are invited to a Parents' Meeting at 5:30PM in the Lodge followed by a complimentary BBQ at the lake.

Pick up your camper at The Forum at 10:00AM on the last day of camp.

Camper Cash TadMerchant Accounts

Spending money for junior, middle school, and high school can now be deposited directly into your child's account online. Click on the Registration Overview link located in your child's confirmation email and go to the TadMerchant Account section to deposit money via credit card. Whatever is leftover in your camper's account can be picked up on departure day at Cedar Creek in cash.

Mail and Packages

You may also leave any mail or packages with our Registrar to be delivered to your camper on specific days. Be sure to write down your camper's name, cabin name, and which day you would like it to be delivered. This is a great way to save time and money, and to ensure your camper will receive their mail while still at camp!

Mail and UPS should be addressed to:

Camper Name/Camp session
Cabin name (assignments at check-in)
Camp Tadmor
43943 McDowell Creek Dr.
Lebanon, OR 97355

Please do not send correspondence to campers via email.

Visitors

The security of our campers is of utmost importance. Therefore, we discourage visitation during the camp week.

Cabin Photo

A photo with your child and their cabin mates, will be available for preorder upon checking in at camp. If you ordered when you registered, you do not need to do anything further at check-in. Be sure to pick up your photo on the last day of camp.

  • Cabin Photo: $7

Health and Safety of Campers

We highly prioritize the health and wellbeing of each camper. Our qualified health services staff will care for any illness or injury sustained while at camp. A quality 24-hour medical facility is located in nearby Lebanon, should their services be needed. Our health services staff collect and distribute all medicines to campers.

Remember...all prescription medications MUST be in original containers with camper's name, name of medication, and directions clearly marked on the pharmacy label. Any over-the-counter medications MUST be in the original packaging and accompanied by parental instructions. Medications not complying with this policy will NOT be administered.

Lost and Found Policy

Please label all belongings and keep track of all items sent to camp. Camp Tadmor is not responsible for lost items. It is your responsibility to call and make arrangements to look for and pick up lost items. All lost and found items will be kept for two weeks after each camp session. Any items left longer than two weeks will be taken to a local charity.

Questions?

Contact our Registrar Jenny Savage at [email protected] or 541-451-4270 (ext. 720), for registration questions. Contact Brian Smith at [email protected] 541-451-4270 (ext. 705) for programming questions.

Directions

Older mapping software may direct you to take Jones Rd. by Foster Reservoir. This road is a private logging road that does not go through to camp. A map with accurate directions to camp is available here. If you use the GPS app on your phone, please confirm that it does not use Jones Rd.

Registration

For summer 2024, we have adapted our registration to better suit camp's mission which is to serve the church and we do this by prioritizing registration for church groups over individuals. This has been a slow change over the past few years, but for summer 2024, we officially made the change.

We have been shifting to this model for the benefit of the campers and to help in the process of restoring and revitalizing churches. Our goal is that camp would not be just a once-a-year growth experience for campers, but a part of a church's ongoing ministry to their youth.

When campers go to camp with a youth group, they're able to go back home with the very same people they experienced all the fun, friendships and learning with! Campers can continue important conversations, and relive impactful moments, with their cabin mates and cabin leaders. Youth leaders who journey through a week of camp with their youth groups can observe and continue the trajectory of growth their youth experienced at Tadmor.

Navigating Registration Successfully:

  1. Work a church to send youth as a group
  2. Call or email Jenny to find out what churches in your area are already registered for Tadmor. 541-451-4270, x720 or [email protected]
  3. Look on our website and social media to see when individual registration will open for summer 2025 and beyond.
  4. If your camper is 16 or older and is missing high school camp this year, we have opportunities for high schoolers to serve at Tadmor for the summer! This is like a week of camp x10! While serving, they will receive intentional, personal discipleship, Biblical training, and make lifelong friends. Positions for serving at Tadmor are still available for summer 2024! Click here to learn more.
  5. Not finding the space you need for your group? Call our Registrar, Jenny Savage: 541-451-4270, x720

    Questions?

    Contact our Registrar Jenny Savage at [email protected] or 541-451-4270 (ext. 720), for registration questions. Contact Brian Smith at [email protected] 541-451-4270 (ext. 705) for programming questions.