Camp Brochure 2019

Camp Shetek is waiting for you!  Get all the information you need to know by downloading this year's camp brochure.  We look forward to seeing you at camp!

Registration Form 2019

A completed registration form is needed for campers to attend any of the 5 youth camps.  Please download the registration form, complete, attach payment, and mail to:



P.O. Box 141

Slayton, MN 56172 

3 New Kids to Camp

If 3 new kids come to camp because you invited them, you could win $100 cash!  Everyone can play and everyone can win.  Download the form to find out more details on how to play the "3 New Kids to Camp" game!

Early Departure Form

To maximize the safety and security for all campers, early departures must be pre-approved by the camp.  We strongly encourage campers to stay the entire week to get the full experience of camp.  If an early departure is necessary, please complete this form and give to the camp prior to departure.  Contact the camp if you have any questions.

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what to expect

Camp Shetek will be the best week of your summer!  Located on Lake Shetek, we offer all the activities and experiences you would expect from a great summer camp.  With exciting activities such as tubing, swimming, climbing the ropes course, and extreme night games, you will never run out of fun things to do.  You can also look forward to our famous, gourmet meals that makes Camp Shetek is known for.  Get ready for an incredible week to meet quality friends and become empowered in your walk with Christ. For even more, download the brochure and follow @CampShetek on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter!

what to bring

You should bring a Bible, notebook, pencil, warm jacket, bedding, toiletries, two pairs of shoes, camera, flashlight, and modest clothing and swimsuit.  Only full-piece swimsuits will be acceptable.  You may also want to bring some extra money and the following are some suggested amounts: crafts $10, canteen/store $25, camp shirt $12, camp picture $3, offering, and the camp video is FREE. Campers will be responsible for keeping track of their own money.  On the first day of camp, campers will be able to put their money into a camp money account.

what not to bring

You should leave at home all cell phones, audio/visual electronics, expensive accessories, and snacks.  Cell phones that are brought to camp will be confiscated and mailed back to the camper’s home at the expense of the owner. Absolutely no tobacco, non-prescription drugs, vaping, alcohol, or fireworks will be tolerated.