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Thank you for being a part of the SpringHill family and entrusting your kids to us. Whether they are attending a retreat, day camp, or overnight camp experience, below you will find resources to help you stay in the know about all things SpringHill.

Camp Locations


7717 95th Ave
Evart, MI 49631

Directions to Michigan


2221 West State Rd 258
Seymour, IN 47274

Directions to Indiana

Overnight Summer Camp Packing Essentials

Important Packing Details: PLEASE READ

We recommend two bags only: a suitcase for clothing and a large duffel bag for a sleeping bag and pillow. Please do not bring loose items.

When removing bedding and sleeping bags from storage, we recommend using one of the following methods to eliminate the possibility of carrying bugs or eggs that may have made a home over the winter months:

  1. Place items in a clothes dryer on high heat for 30 minutes
  2. Vacuum or clean with soap and water or an alcohol-based cleaning product.

Please bring a “stuff” bag or duffel bag for your child’s sleeping bag and pillow. A rolled sleeping bag always comes unraveled when walking through camp. Your child’s pillow also needs to be stored in the duffel bag.

Place toiletries in a plastic bag, toiletry bag, or kit that makes it easy to travel to the showers and reduces the chance of spilling.

Make sure your child’s name is on ALL items.

Pack with your child so they know where everything is and develop a sense of responsibility.

We recommend packing all clothes in a heavy gauge garbage bag, squeezing the air out, twisting it shut, and then placing the bag into luggage. Pack bedding in a separate bag the same way. Include some extra bags for dirty laundry.

Please bring any medications in their original packaging to registration and check them in with a staff member on Opening Day. Do not pack medications in your child’s luggage!

Identification tags on your bags are required and should include the child’s name, home address, parent’s cell number, and email. It is also a good idea to place an identification tag inside your bags.

Make your bags visually distinctive so they are easier to find at pick up or if misplaced.

Overnight Camp FAQ

What to Pack:

Here are some of the questions we get asked. If you don’t see your question here, please call or email so we can answer it for you!

  • What to pack:
    • Pajamas, underwear, socks
    • Modest one-piece bathing suit or swim trunks
    • Long and short sleeve t-shirts, shorts, and pants
    • Jacket or sweatshirt, hat, raincoat or poncho
    • Two pairs of shoes (one pair closed-toe)
    • Sleeping bag and pillow
    • Towel, washcloth, and toiletries
    • Beach towel and spray sunscreen only
    • Water bottle
    • Backpack to carry stuff around camp
    • Bug spray with DEET
    • Flashlight with extra batteries
    • Extra trash bags for laundry
    • Disposable camera (optional)
    • Bible, pen, & notebook
    • For 6th-9th grade: Extra set of clothes that can get VERY messy (shirt, shorts, shoes)
    • For 9th-12th grade: A hat and clothes that they can do work in
  • What NOT to pack
    • No valuables
    • No electronic devices
    • No weapons or firearms
    • No spending money (PLEASE apply spending money to account prior to arrival)
    • No non-prescription or over-the-counter medications