Health and Safety
We will have a camp nurse to dispense medications and administer first aid.
Prescription and over-the-counter medications must be turned in to the camp nurse in their original containers. Place all medications into a ziploc bag labeled with the camper's name and date of birth. Include a doctor's note for any medications that require a different dosage than the listed instructions. The health form is included on the registration form.
Leaders and volunteers:
All leaders and volunteers must register to attend, have the approval of their home church/pastor, and will need to pass a background check.
Coulee Baptist Association Kids' Camp
July 31-Aug 3, 2023
Ingalls Creek Center
Join us this summer for a week of learning about God, making new friends, and lots of fun activities!
Camp Begins: Monday, July 31, Campers check in between 4:00 and 5:00 pm.
(Leaders/volunteers arrive: 3:00 pm)
Camp Ends: Thursday, August 3 at 11:00 am
Location: Ingalls Creek Center, 12355 Ingalls Creek Rd, Peshastin, WA 98847
Emergency Contact #: Call 509-548-3306 to reach us during the week of camp via the Ingalls Creek staff.
Camper Mail: You may drop off letters or packages at check-in.
Sleeping accommodations are large rooms with bunk beds.
Activities and Recreation: The schedule will include times for meals, large group teaching, singing, small group discussion, individual Bible study, cabin clean-up, rest time, planned recreation, and free time.
The camp facility offers a place for field games, foosball, 3-story tree house with swing, zip line, tether ball, basketball, volleyball, gaga ball, archery, a creek, board games, and several hiking opportunities.
Cost and Payment
There are 3 payment tiers. Each camper and volunteer chooses to pay at the tier they can afford. The camp experience will be the same for each tier.
Tier 1: $185
Tier 2: $155
Tier 3: $125
This amount is the real cost of participation in the camp. It covers the use of the camp lodging and recreation options along with meals and all other expenses (crafts, supplies, background checks, etc.).
This rate doesn’t meet the total cost of the camp, but covers the use of the camp lodging and recreation options, along with the meals.
This base price is made possible by assistance from the association. We want to make camp a bit more affordable to those who need a little financial assistance.
Campers or volunteers who select tier 3, but need additional help paying for camp should contact their home church. If a church is unable to supply the remainder, the church may contact the association.
All payments should go to the home churches who will then pay the association.
What to Bring
Notebook and pen/pencil
Sleeping bag and pillow
Toiletries (toothbrush, soap, towel, etc.)
Flashlight (with extra batteries)
Clothes for both warm and cool weather
short and long-sleeve shirts, shorts, long pants, jacket, modest swimming attire, shoes good for running, extra socks, etc.
What NOT to Bring
Any electronic devices (stand-alone cameras are okay)
Knives or any other kind of weapon
Controlled substances (alcohol, drugs, etc.)
Fireworks, matches, lighters, etc.
Label all camper belongings!
Ingalls Creek Center is located in Peshastin, WA, only 12 miles southeast of Leavenworth, just off Hwy 97.
On Hwy 97, seven miles south of the intersection of Hwy 2 and Hwy 97, turn west at milepost #178 across from The Rock Café.
Cross the bridge and turn left onto Ingalls Creek Road.
The entrance is about one mile up on the left.
Address: 12355 Ingalls Creek Rd, Peshastin, WA 98847