• High School Camp: June 12-16 (Grades 9-12)
• Middle School Camp: June 19-23 (Grades 6-8)
• Grade School Camp: June 26-30 (Grades 4-5)
• Mini Camp: July 3-6 (Age 6–Grade 3)
Registration is from 2:00-4:00 pm, on the Monday each camp begins.
Youth Camp is for students age 6 through the 12th grade.
Camp is held at The Legacy Retreat Center; 1803 Wilson Bridge Road; Homer, GA 30547
• I-85 North to Exit 154 (Martin Bridge Road/Hwy. 63)
• End of exit ramp turn left—cross over I-85
• Travel about 1/2 mile (toward Toccoa)
• Turn left onto Wilson Bridge Road (first road on the left)
• The Legacy is approximately 1 mile on right
• Watch for dark wood fencing (entry is on the right) 1803 Wilson Bridge Road
• Postmarked on or Before May 1st…..$140 ($125: Mini Camp)
• Postmarked After May 1st………………$150 ($135: Mini Camp)
• At the Door……………………………………..$175 ($160: Mini Camp)
Early Bird Package:
MUST BE PAID IN FULL BY MAY 1st: $140 Camp Cost ($125 Mini Camp)
Campers paying in full by May 1st will receive the Early Bird Package.
Package includes: Camp Tuition, T-Shirt, $5 Canteen Card & Express Registration at Camp.
For fastest registration, please register online: www.ngacog.org
Applications may also be downloaded and printed from our website for mailing.
The Canteen will be open approximately three times a day. Most candies and drinks are .50¢ to .75¢
Camp shirt is available for $12.00.
Three meals a day are included in the cost of room and board.
Bedding for Bunk Bed, Pillow, Towels/Washcloths/Soap, Toiletries (toothbrush/toothpaste), Pajamas/Robe Bible, Swimsuit/Shower Sandals, Plastic Bag for Dirty or Wet Clothing
Prescription Medication (If Needed)
*Optional Spending Money— For Canteen and Camp Store
Since campers may get dirty or wet, older clothes are strongly suggested for daytime wear.
A change of clean, casual clothes is acceptable for services. Please be sure campers bring an extra pair of shoes – in case the shoes they are wearing break, i.e., sandals/flip flops.
The Legacy has twin-sized bunk beds. You may also bring a sleeping bag instead.
• We discourage students from bringing expensive items to camp. We are not responsible for the loss, damage or theft of cell phones, iPhones, iPads, MP3players or any other personal belongings.
• Do Not Bring…Firearms, knives, weapons of any kind, tobacco, alcohol, fireworks, expensive jewelry, skate boards/roller blades.
Students may select their roommate for camp. Please note: The earlier a student submits a camp application, the easier it is for the office staff to accommodate the rooming request.
A camp nurse will be onsite to administer medication and/or referrals for medical care. Medications will be logged in at the nurse’s table during registration. The nurse will administer the medications as prescribed or indicated. (Exceptions: Epipens and asthma inhalers will be kept with the camper.)
During free time, campers may use cell phones to call home. (Please keep in mind that frequent phone calls and texts may encourage homesickness.) Note: If a camper is using a phone during service time, his/her cabin leader may hold the camper’s phone until the conclusion of service.
You may call 1-706-423-9638 to speak to the camp office. If you cannot reach anyone, please leave a message, and your call will be returned as soon as possible.
Camp will conclude at 10:00 am on Friday (High School, Middle School and Grade School Camps). Camp will conclude at 10:00 am on Thursday during Mini Camp.
Activities will include: horseback riding, swimming, waterslide, blob, paddleboats, canoes, kayaks, human foosball, paintball, team competitions, crafts, canteen, age-appropriate church services