Campus Guidelines

To make our camp meeting enjoyable for all, below is important information.  Please read the following carefully.  As a camp meeting attendee, you are agreeing to the following:


  • Pets are NOT allowed on the main campus, in buildings, meetings, tents or cabins. Exceptions are made for trained service animals.
  • Guests in RVs may bring pets as long as they keep their pets quiet and indoors unless walking them in designated pet areas.
  • Pet owners, must clean up completely after their pet and dispose of any waste.  Any pet owner out of compliance with this policy will be asked to leave immediately. 


In consideration of others, quiet time is observed from 11 pm until 6 am.


  • All cabins or RV rentals must have an adult (18 yrs or older) on campus at all times.  Minors may not be left overnight or stay in a cabin, tent or RV by themselves.
  • All reservations are on a first-come first served basis. 
  • All tents and RVs on site must check-in at the information booth to receive their permit and be in conference-designated locations.
  • The maximum occupancy on a camp site is one camping unit plus one same-family tent.
  • All RV and tent camp sites come without hookups. There is no water, sewer or electricity available in any area.  If for medical reasons you must have power, please look into a battery option as we can not make power available.


  • The cafeteria provides meals Tuesday evening through Friday evening.  There is no cafeteria service on Sabbath.  Meal tickets are only available at the Information Booth. 

  • The cost for meal tickets will be $8 per adult, $6 for children ages 4-12, ages children 0-3 are free.
  • In addition to scheduled meals, you will be able to purchase a selection of fast food items at the Snack Shack behind the display tent. Look for hotdogs, veggie burgers and more.  Cash only at the Plaza Cafe!
  • The campus kitchen is located directly south of the auditorium and open for public use.  Furnished with microwaves, stoves, refrigerators and a washer and dryer, we invite you to use the facility and ask that you help keep the area clean.


  • If you are camping, or in a trailer or 5th wheel on the field, please do not plan to drive on and off the field during camp meeting.
  • Vehicles must be parked in a designated parking area.  You may not park next to the cabins as it does not comply with fire safety and prohibits access for emergency services should the need arise.


  • Please honor the Sabbath by not moving in or out during Sabbath hours.
  • Due to large influx of constituents on campus, bicycles not be used during Sabbath hours.
  • Fellowship Meal:  Join in the campus-wide Haystack & Watermelon fellowship meal after Divine Worship (see below on what to bring). Please bring foods prepared, ready to serve and remember to bring extra for your neighbors!  The campus kitchen is available for use for preparing and heating food items.
  • Concert: Join us in the auditorium for an afternoon of praise in song with Alaskans across the state.

Shuttle Service

Shuttle service is offered to Fred Meyers in Palmer.  Trips are one-hour in duration, leave from the Information Booth at 3 pm and return at 4 pm.  You may sign-up for the shuttle at the Information Booth.


  • Restrooms and several portable toilets will be available throughout the campus. The bath house is opened 24-hours.
  • Trash should be deposited  in designated receptacles around campus.
  • No literature is distributed, displayed or sold without authorization from conference administration.
  • Fire arms, firecrackers, alcoholic and tobacco products are prohibited.
  • Radios, TVs, music players or other noise-producing devices are used with discretion and respect.