How do I register? +
You will be able to register your camper(s) for camp by creating an online account for your family. Click the "Register Now" button on the right menu for a link to access or create your account. If you already have an account, you will be able to access it through that same link. If at all possible, use Google Chrome as your browser because it is the most compatible with our system.
Why am I having trouble accessing or creating my online account? +
Our system is not compatible with every internet browser and device. If you are using a tablet or smartphone, please try to register your camper(s) on a laptop or computer. The best internet browser is Google Chrome. Other options include Firefox (31 or higher), Internet Explorer (10 or higher), Safari (5 or higher) and Opera (25 or higher). Please contact us if you continue to have problems at (507) 843-2329.
What do I do if I forgot my account password from last year? +
Click on the "forgot password" button and you will receive an email with a temporary password that will be sent to you overnight. If you are in the system and want to finish registering, please call us at (507) 843-2329 and we will be happy to reset your password for you.
How do I contact Camp Victory? +
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (507) 843-2329
Is Camp Victory right for my child? +
We are planning a summer program full of fun and excitement where your child will grow in their faith and develop long lasting friendships. Our day and overnight activities are adventurous and challenging and will enrich your child’s life experiences. Our program and facilities are best suited for children who meet the following essential functions. After reviewing our program essential functions and you have questions about your child’s ability to participate, please feel free to contact our office. (507) 843-2329
Camp Victory Program Essential Functions
Your child should be able to:
- meet their personal needs such as;
- changing into and out of swim suit
- showering independently
- dressing themselves each morning
- walk unassisted to and from activities
- live cooperatively in a community setting
- stay away from home for an extended period of time
- function in an active and physically challenging environment
- move independently from place to place (minimum counselor/ camper ratio is 1 to 6)
- effectively interact in a group based on program content
- maintain their own diet management plan
- visit the camp nurse as required and have knowledge of their personal medication needs
- understand and communicate personal needs to their counselor
- follow instructions to comply with the camp’s safety expectations
- agree to the camper code of conduct (available on website)
Emotional & Psychological Health
- Camp Victory is not a program that is rehabilitative or therapeutic in nature.
- We do not specialize in serving children with special needs, including children with severe emotional, social or behavioral difficulties
- Our program is not suited for children diagnosed with severe depression or Bi-Polar disorder
- Our program is not suited for children diagnosed with OCD or Panic/Anxiety disorder
- Children being seen professionally for mental & emotional needs may not be suited for our programs
- Our program is not suited for children with severe Asperger’s syndrome and Autism
We appreciate the opportunity to work with you in order to determine if Camp Victory is appropriate to meet the needs of your child.
- meet their personal needs such as;
Where can I find the Summer Camp Calendar? +
What grade should I list for my camper? +
Please use the grade that your camper will be going into in the fall.
Why won't the system allow me to go to the next page? +
Our system is formatted to fill your computer screen. Please make sure that your screen is fully expanded and scroll to the bottom of the page. Please contact if you are continue to have issues: (507) 843-2329
Do I have to enter two guardians and an emergency contact? +
No, you may list one guardian, but you must add at least one additional contact as the emergency contact for your camper.
What if my camper is put on a waiting list? +
Once a session of camp is full for a specific gender or grade, we will accept a limited number of waiting list reservations. After your camper is assigned to a waiting list and a spot opens up because another camper cancels or transfers sessions, we will contact you about moving to registered status.
Can I pay for multiple campers in one transaction? +
Yes. Once your campers are enrolled, go to the payment screen. You will have the option to pay for all of your campers in one transaction.
How do I switch my camper to another session? +
Please call us at (507) 843-2329 and we will transfer your camper and your payment to another session if there is space available.
Can I make changes to my account? +
You may log into your account at any time and make changes to most of your information for you and your camper(s). If you are unable to make a desired change, please contact us email@example.com or (507) 843-2329.
How much money should I put in my camper's store account? +
We recommend $25 - $40 for overnight camp, $15 - $30 for day camp. You are able to add money as needed on your campers dashboard.
Will my camper be in the same cabin as their friends? +
We are commited to ensuring your camper will be placed in the same cabin with at least one of the friends listed as a requested cabin mate on your camper dashboard. Requests must be reciprocated by the listed camper's parent.
What do I need to do if my camper has food allergies? +
We are very familiar with common food allergies and do our very best to keep your camper safe and healthy during their stay at camp. Please contact Sue Nelson at (507) 843-2329 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details and assistance as you plan for your camper.
How will my camper take medication at camp? +
We ask that all medications stay at our nurses station at camp. Prior to camp, we will ask you to fill out an online medical form for your camper and add any daily/regular medications with dosage instructions to your camper account. At check-in, we will have a station to drop off medications. Exceptions may include emergency inhalers and epipens. Be sure to have medications in original bottles from the pharmacy. We can not except any medicines that are in weekly pill boxes or in individual baggies. Please contact us for for information. (507) 843-2329 or email@example.com
What are the sleeping arrangments like at camp? +
We have air conditioned and heated cabins. There are bathrooms and showers in each cabin and lodges. Campers sleep on bunk beds. Girls and boys are in seperate cabins.
Can I visit and/or call my camper? +
Parents are always welcome to visit camp. Camper initiated phone calls are not permitted from camp without permission from the camp director in cooperation with the parent/guardian. Note: Past experiences have proven that when a parent visits or calls, the campers can be distracted and homesickness can often result and even multiply to other fellow campers. If it is necessary for parents to visit or talk by phone to campers, we ask, for security reasons, that parents contact the camp office beforehand. The camp’s office number is (507) 843-2329. Visitors are never permitted to enter the camp unescorted.
What is the staff to camper ratio? +
Day camp is 1:10 and Overnight camp is 1:6