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Keeping parents informed is very important to us. The directors are always available to discuss your son’s progress and share information about his camp experiences.

Whether you are new to Falling Creek or a veteran parent, explore our website to learn more about our program. We also encourage you to read the staff section of our website to learn more about what we look for in our counselors and how we recruit and select them. First-time families may also request more information online, if you are not familiar with our camp.

Historically, I would be a mother who would have the ‘guilty’ feeling of sending my son away for part of the summer. But after being on site during camp doc week and seeing/living/breathing the experiences, emotions, and attitudes of the campers, I can speak to the joy these boys are filled with and the sense of unity and freedom they have.

Megan L. / Charleston, South Carolina

Parent Information

Review the topics below or download the Parent Handbook for information that will help you get ready for summer!

2021 PDF Download
Camper Expectations

Honor Creed
FCC Code
Dismissal Policy
Social Media Policy
Swim Skill Classification

What to Bring

Packing List
Pre-Camp Shopping
Laundry, Labels
Knives, Hammocks, Electronics

Staying in Touch

Mail & Phone
Email & Online Photos
Package Policy


Health Forms
Communication Regarding Medical Concerns
Health Insurance
Food, Nutrition, & Allergens


Over-the-Counter Medications
Nutritional Supplements

Hi Mom & Dad!

Here’s a “postcard home video” from our 2021 2-Week session! Hello from camp!

More 2021 Videos
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Truly, the development and personal growth our son exhibits after his time at camp is noticeable. The fun, the experiences, and the friendships are the icing on the cake!

Tim E. / Gastonia, North Carolina