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Online registration will be available fall 2019
Note: If your church group has opted to pay the registration fees, the system will ask for a passcode that the church created instead of asking for credit card information.
If your camper requires a Medical Release form, registrations will be finalized and payment(s) processed after the Medical Release form has been received and reviewed.
Yes. We will refund all but the registration fee through the method it was paid. The registration fee is nonrefundable and nontransferable. No refunds are available if a participant attends any part of a week.
Your camper will stay in a college residence hall room with up to four other campers. If your camper is attending with a group, the group is roomed together. Campers are placed in rooms according to birth gender. To see more, take a look at Lodging.
Campers and sponsors may bring their own rock-climbing gear and their own mask and protective gear for paintball (must be checked by camp staff before use) but may not bring their own paintball guns.
However, because Teen Extreme is not responsible for damage or loss of anything you bring to camp, we don’t recommend bringing your own equipment. Paintball guns and paintballs as well as masks and protective gear will be provided.
There will be an activities booth in the Sports Center where your camper may sign up for extra activities.
Absolutely! Just include the names of the campers your camper would like to stay with on the registration form. Campers are placed in rooms according to birth gender.
Camp check-in starts at 12:30 p.m. on Monday and goes until 2:30 p.m. After check-in, your camper can get acquainted with the camp during a brief orientation video and then settle into the residence hall, visit with friends, and get to know other campers.
We collect and store lost items during and after camp and hold lost items for two weeks after camp. Give us a call if your camper left something behind, and we’ll try to find it for you.
Take a look at the What to Bring section for a list of clothing and other items your camper will need.
No. Unfortunately, on-campus accommodations are unavailable outside of camp dates.
Campers must be between the ages of 12 and 18 and be entering into or have just completed grades 7–12.
It’s up to them! If your camper wants to go to West Campus, play paintball, take a Segway tour, and try the Escape Room, then at least $50 should be brought as each extra activity costs $12.50. All three meals (along with dessert) are provided, but your camper might want extra for snacks, souvenirs, etc.
Teen Extreme takes place on an enclosed campus that is staffed with a security team and sheriff department presence. Our camp leaders supervise and interact with campers at every game, activity, meal, and service. They also stay in the residence halls and are available to meet campers’ needs 24 hours a day during the camp week.
Yes. After campers return to their residence halls at the end of the day, camp leaders check each room to make sure every camper is accounted for.
A Medical Release form must be submitted for all campers if any of the following conditions apply:
We offer a variety of food options, including gluten-free selections; however, we cannot guarantee that there is no cross-contamination. Campers may bring their own food along with a cooler for items that might require refrigeration. Ice machines are located in each residence hall.
Yes, we have a camp nurse on duty 24 hours a day during the camp week.
No. Medications only need to be turned in if the parent/legal guardian would like the camp nurse to keep and/or administer the medication to the camper.
You may e-mail, fax, or mail the completed Medical Release form to our office.
Fax 877-828-1798 or 850-479-6576
Mail Teen Extreme, P.O. Box 18500, Pensacola, FL 32523
As soon as possible! The camper’s registration and payment will not be processed until the Medical Release form is received and reviewed to determine if reasonable accommodation can be provided for your camper. Campers who arrive at check-in without a completed Medical Release form will not be able to participate in camp activities until the completed form is received.
No. The Medical Release form is only required if your camper is bringing an Epi-pen.
Yes. Although your camper may keep the Epi-pen and not turn it in to the camp nurse, a Medical Release form must be completed and submitted in order for your camper to participate.
These conditions include ADHD, ADD, asthma, ODD, autism/Asperger’s, diabetes, seizures, anxiety/depression, etc. However, this list is not all-inclusive.
If your camper’s condition is a current problem and/or something that will affect behavior or participation in camp, a Medical Release form must be completed and sent in.
There are ice machines in each residence hall, and the camper is welcome to bring a cooler and keep it filled with ice to refrigerate the medications. If you would like our camp nurse to keep the medications, a Medical Release form will need to be filled out and turned in before the start of camp.
The Medical Release form can be filled out by a licensed healthcare professional at a walk-in clinic or Urgent Care facility.
Although camp-provided wheelchairs are not available, campers are welcome to bring their own. Please note on the Additional Information section of the registration form that your camper needs a first-floor or elevator-accessible room.
Yes. Each sponsor must register individually.
Note: If your church group has opted to pay the registration fees, the system will ask for a passcode that the youth director has created instead of asking for credit card information.
Even if your group does qualify for a free Campus House room, we recommend at least one leader stays in the residence halls with the campers.
Campers are separated into residence halls by birth gender, so married couples staying with campers would stay in separate buildings. If desired, married couples may find accommodations in the Campus House or off campus to stay together.
Sponsors pay the same rate as campers with a group unless qualified for a special group offer.
It’s not required, but we do encourage you to spend as much time as possible with your campers.
If leaders need to bring their younger children along, the Campus House or local hotels are available for accommodations. Younger children are not permitted to stay in the residence halls with campers or to participate in activities. The children must stay with the leader at all times during camp but are welcome to join campers for services and meals. We do have camps available for younger children: Camp o’ the Pines and Sports Center Day Camp.
Yes. Sponsors are welcome to bring electronic devices and Internet access is available just for them. We ask that campers do not bring electronic devices such as tablets or laptops. Campers are permitted to bring cell phones; however, we encourage these to be used for communication purposes only.
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No, participants must register individually and pay the registration fee to reserve their spot.
Log in to your group’s account under the “My Account” tab on the website. You’ll see how much your group owes and be able to make credit card payments on that page.
If the camper registered online, the person who submitted the registration can log in to the account and cancel the registration. You may also call the Reservation Office (850) 969-1555 to cancel any registrations.
Visit the Speakers page to see which weeks of camp are available.
Yes, once a week is full you may register to be placed on the waiting list, with your registration fee on hold. If an opening becomes available, we will contact you to verify your reservation and to process your payment. (Your card will not be charged until after we have contacted you.)
Although sponsors are not required, we do recommend that at least one sponsor attend with your group because they help the teens stay on track with activities, games, and services throughout the week. We’ve found that the best sponsor-to-camper ratio is 1:6, and depending on the size of your group, sponsors may be able to attend for free!
Visit the Cost and Offers page for more information.
At least three campers must register under a group account to receive the group pricing.
Campers are placed in rooms according to birth gender. Church groups always room together, and campers from different church groups never room together unless requested by both churches.
Campers may request roommates on their camp registration form. A leader from your church group may also request that certain campers room together by submitting a group Rooming Request. Rooming requests must be turned in by 8 a.m. the Tuesday prior to camp.
Up to 5 people stay in each room. Typically, if more than 4 campers request to room together, we try to place them in rooms next to each other as availability allows.
Campers are normally roomed by roommate request or by age. Campers who are not in high school are roomed with or near a sponsor.
We collect and store lost items during and after camp and hold lost items for two weeks after camp. Give us a call if something is left behind, and we’ll try to find it for you.
Camp check-in starts at 12:30 p.m. on Monday and is available until 2:30 p.m. While the sponsor gets the group checked in, the campers can get acquainted with the camp during a brief orientation video, and then settle into the residence halls, visit with friends, and get to know other campers.
Yes, you may print a PDF of the most recent camp brochure. You may also e-mail Reservations@TeenExtremeCamp.com to have the PDF e-mailed to you or to request physical copies be mailed to the address you provide.
There is a camp nurse available 24 hours a day during the camp week.
As soon as possible! The camper’s registration form and payment will not be processed until the Medical Release form is received and reviewed to determine if reasonable accommodation can be provided for your camper. Campers who arrive at check-in without a completed Medical Release form will not be able to participate in camp activities until the completed form is received.
No. The Medical Release form is only required if your camper has severe food or environmental allergies which may require the use of an Epi-pen.
If your child’s condition is a current problem and/or something that will affect behavior or participation in camp, a Medical Release form must be completed and sent in.
There are ice machines in each residence hall, and the camper is welcome to bring a cooler and keep it filled with ice to refrigerate the medications. If the medication needs to be kept by our camp nurse, a Medical Release form will need to be filled out and turned in before the start of camp.
Although camp-provided wheelchairs are not available, campers are welcome to bring their own. Please note on your Room Request form that your group needs first-floor or elevator-accessible rooms.