Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct for Campers and Staff
1. Smoking, gambling, drugs and alcohol are prohibited at camp.
2. Do not bring electronic systems & devices (i.e. radios, portable televisions, electric guitars, cell phones, etc.) to camp. (See your camp director for further clarification)
3. Attendance is expected at all programmed activities.
4. Out of bounds: Maintenance area, staff area, kitchen, railroad tracks and cabins of the opposite sex.
5. Do not leave camp grounds without prior arrangement with camp director.
6. Curfew times are to be respected.
7. Modest clothing and swimwear are to be worn (see further details in Dress Code).
8. Any vandalism to the property will be charged to the camper at replacement cost.
9. Do not bring pets or motor boats to camp.
Beacon Bible Camp is a Christian camp and expects campers and staff to wear appropriately modest clothing. Campers not following these guidelines will be asked to change clothes.
Tops: Shirts should not display inappropriate language or innuendos. Tops are to cover the midriff and no cleavage should be visible. No halter or strapless tops are permitted.
Bottoms: For females, shorts are to be at an appropriate length, the shortest being mid-thigh. Tight fitting clothes such as spandex, leggings, tights, etc. should not be worn without another piece of clothing that covers to the mid-thigh. For males, clothing needs to be up to the hip, no underwear should be seen.
Swim Wear: Girls should wear a one piece bathing suit. If a two piece bathing suit is worn, the top piece must clearly and reasonably overlap with the bottom piece. If a two piece suit doesn't meet this standard, the camper will be asked to wear a dark-coloured t-shirt over top of the bathing suit. Boys must wear loose-fitting swim trunks with appropriate designs on them (no inappropriate language or innuendo).
These requirements also apply to banquet outfits.