How To Register For Camp

First, you must be signed up with Young Foundations and have an active YF ID card (all those 28-years-old or younger and never married are eligible.) It’s easy to sign up! Just go to, click the “Sign Up” button at the top of the page, and follow the prompts. When you receive your ID number, we’ll send you instructions how to activate the number. Be sure to do that right away. Then, return to and click on the Calendar to see the scheduled camps. Click on the camp of your choice. The registration program will guide you through each page.

The online registration program is very quick and easy, but it will help if you have the following information handy before you start:

  • Your insurance information (if applicable – insurance is not required)
  • Your medical history and prescription medications
  • Your emergency contact's name, relationship, and phone number
  • A credit card and the credit card billing address
  • If you are under 18, we will need: Your parents' contact information, including their e-mail address.

You can only register for one camp. If the camp you want is full, the program will tell you and give you the option of putting your name on the waiting list for that camp. It’s very important that we have your current e-mail and phone number so we can contact you should an opening become available for you. You can then choose a different camp, if you wish to, and register for that camp. You will be allowed to be registered for one camp and also be on the waiting list for another camp. After a successful registration, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with some information about your camp. We will continue to send you e-mails about your camp, so, again, it’s very important that we have your current contact information.

Be sure to follow and web sites closely because we often post additional information on these sites that can be very beneficial to you!

If you’re not signed up with Young Foundations already, sign up now! Not only is it required to attend a Still Waters camp, but Young Foundations is a wonderful source of encouragement and is a nice study tool as well.