Beulah Beach is coming to YOU!*

We want to bring the Beulah Beach experience to you! Kids who have completed kindergarten through 6th grade are invited to at tend camp from 9:00 AM th rough 4:00 PM, Tuesday through Friday (see dates and locations below) This week will be packed with activities and fun such as: dunk tanks, crazy songs, sports, hilarious skits, blow up toys, and Beulah Beach’s ROCKwall! Our staff is dedicated to providing a safe and encouraging environment for every camper. Every part of camp is  programmed and supervised by our energetic and responsible college-aged counselors and activities staff!

Free Family Night Out! Dunk your Dad in the Dunk Tank! Watch your Mom climb the RockWALL! Play all kinds of games! Kids of ALL ages are welcome 6:00-7:30PM, Monday of your camp!

*Please NOTE: Some details vary from camp to camp. Please click on the church at which your child will attend for specific details regarding that location. Thank you.

REGISTRATION: Click HERE to register for Beulah on the Road 2018!

Beulah on the Road FAQs

How does Beulah Beach hire staff?

This is the most important piece of our summer camp experience. We conduct personal one-on-one interviews with every person hired at Beulah Beach. The application process is long, extensive and detailed because we want to put the best counselors in the country with your kids. We receive many more applications than we have positions, so we truly are able to pick and choose the best college students to serve at Beulah Beach.


Will my child fit in and be accepted at Beulah Beach?

Here at Beulah Beach, we take pride in being a camp for every child. Whatever your camper’s interests, we strive to create something that they will love doing at camp. In the last four years, we have sent home only a few campers to homesickness. Your camper is going to LOVE being at Beulah Beach!


What time do I drop off/pick up my camper?

Drop off is between 9:00 and 9:30 A.M. If you need to drop your child off earlier, please let us know when you register. Pick up is promptly at 4:00 P.M. If an adult other than the parents of a child are picking up, please fill out an “alternate pick-up form” located at the registration table.

What will my child's spiritual experience look like?

God is not boring and we don’t think camp should be either! Our philosophy of camp ministry is to show every camper that being in love with Jesus and having a relationship with Him is the coolest, most amazing, fun thing in the world! We put a staff in front of your kids that is on fire for Jesus Christ! Every day, your camper will get to be a part of a “mix”, group discussions with their counselor, and that’s just the start of it! Every single aspect of camp at Beulah Beach is programmed to make Jesus’ name greater.


What should I pack for my child?

Each child should come to camp with a bag/backpack containing:

  • Bathing suit (modest for girls)
  • Beach Towel
  • Sunscreen
  • Water bottle
  • Change of Clothes
  • Sack lunch

They should also come wearing shoes or sandals that are play friendly and can get soaked! Make sure to label all of your children’s belongings too.


What needs to be completed before the first day of camp?

Registration forms MUST be completed before camp starts. The deadline to register will vary from church to church, as some churches allow additional registrations the first day of camp. If your camper has any medications, be sure to list them on the medical form when registering.


What does a typical day look like?

Each day campers will participate in songs, skits, and dances to get their blood pumping! We have activity blocks that include water games, climbing the ROCKwall, demolishing best friends in a jousting competition, and many more activities outside! As a midday rest, we watch a portion of a movie. We have times of worship, a skit, and a message learning about what being a Christian is all about and how we can make Jesus our best friend. We finish the day off with more dancing and silly skits during Pick-Up time.


What do I do if my child requires a special diet or has a food allergy?

Check with your church for information on lunches. In most cases, lunch will need to be provided by the parent. Please inform us of the allergy when you register your child. If it is a severe allergy and your child cannot be around others eating certain foods, let us know that as well.


What do I do if my camper has medications?

All medications are to be checked in during registration. Our staff will assist in administering
medications to campers while they are with us. Please be sure to include these on the medical form when registering your camper.


How does Beulah handle medical care for campers?

Safety is our first priority at Beulah Beach. Our staff is trained in CPR, the Director is both CPR and First Aid certified, and most churches have a trained nurse on location during camp as well! Our staff is trained to make you feel safe, especially if your camper has food allergies, needs daily medications, or has other needs.

If minor medical care is provided to your child, you will be informed by their counselor at pick-up. If a child needs emergency care, you will be notified immediately.


How does Beulah Beach deal with behavior issues?

We want to make sure every camper has an outstanding experience at camp, so there is a zero tolerance policy for bullying and disturbing behavior. We believe in positive reinforcement and removing privileges over other forms of disciplinary action. If a situation arises where this occurs, the child will be removed from the situation and both the counselor and camp director will find a solution that is best for everyone. If we feel that the situation would be best resolved somewhere other than camp, the Camp Director will call home and discuss those options.


How do you handle camp check-in/out?

Morning Check-In:

  • It will be a party! You can anticipate staff members jumping up and down, excited that your child is finally at camp! When you arrive at the church, you will check in at the registration tables. Your child will then enter a line to be introduced to the entire camp by name. Counselors will come dancing and cheering to welcome each and every camper!

Afternoon Check-out:

  • Safety is our #1 priority during check-out. When you come to pick up your child, you will check in at the registration table and enter a line outside the gym. You MUST show your ID to check your camper out. The director will greet you in this line and a co-counselor will then escort you to your child’s counseling group in order for you to check her/him out and meet the counselor. You will then be escorted out of the gym by the co-counselor.



How do you avoid sunburn and dehydration?

We ask that parents send sunscreen with campers. Our counselors will monitor and make sure that all of their campers are putting on sunscreen before outside activities. Every camper must also bring a water bottle. We have extra coolers of water at every outside activity.


How do I contact camp in case of an emergency?

In the case of an emergency, we ask that you call the church office, who will then inform our Camp Director of the situation. Our staff will do everything we can to prepare your child to leave quickly.


How do I communicate with my camper while they attend camp?

Giving your child the best camp experience means that they become immersed in our camp culture. Our counselors are trained and equipped with skills to handle separation anxiety and homesickness. Therefore, we ask that parents do not visit their children while they are at camp.

Are there BOTR scholarships available?

Check with your church for information on scholarships and discounts.

What do I do in order to pick up my camper early?

We would love for children to stay all day every day, but we do understand when a camper has to leave early. We’ve created an early release form that needs to be filled out by the parent AT MORNING CHECK-IN. This form will be available every day at the registration table. Our Camp Director will be ready to assist in bringing your child to the registration table at the time of early release.


What are the payment options for registration?

The full cost of registration is due when you register. Check with your church if there are scholarships or discounts on the cost.

How do I request my child be placed with a friend/relative?

When you register for camp, there is a friend request section on the form so that campers can be with their siblings and/or friends. We do everything we can to make sure every camper is grouped with their requested friend.


2018 BOTR Camps

For more information on a particular site, please visit the church's website or contact the church directly.
Trinity Evangelical UMC
108 Malabar Drive
Upper Sandusky, OH 43351

419-294-1535 June 12-15

Elevate Church

975 Millcreek Square
Erie, PA 16565
814-969-9478 June 19-22

Grace Church
7393 Pearl Road
Middleburg Heights, OH 44130

440-243-4885 June 26-29

Hope Church
1905 Pearl Road
Brunswick, OH 44212

330-273-5651 June 2-3, 5-6

Shawnee Alliance Church
4455 Shawnee Rd.
Lima, OH 45806


July 10-13

Cornerstone Alliance Church
2010 Marion-Marysville Road
Marion, OH 43302


July 17-20

Mainstreet Church

5465 Moline Martin Road
Walbridge, OH 43465
 419-838-7600 July 24-27

Hope Community Church
6941 Columbia Rd.
Olmsted Falls, OH 44138
440-427-4635 August 8-11

Interested in having Beulah on the Road come to your church? Click here  to submit an application for our 2018 Beulah on the Road Camps!


Ages: Kindergarten-Grade 5*
Drop Off:
Pick Up:

Your child will need to bring lunch.

*Please note: Details vary for some locations, please consult the info for your location.

Beulah On The Road General Information

What to bring:

  • Swimsuit
    (1-piece for girls)
  • Beach Towel
  • Water Bottle
  • Sun Screen
  • Gym shoes
  • Extra Clothes
  • Duffel bag or Backpack
  • LUNCH!
Please label everything with your child's name!