Rules and Regulations
For use of God’s Mountain Retreat
- Applicant agrees to exercise the privileges granted in this permit, subject to the supervision of the representative of God’s Mountain Retreat.
- Applicant agrees to keep buildings and grounds clean and in sanitary condition. It shall be particularly the responsibility of the applicant to see that the buildings, grounds, equipment and facilities are left in a clean orderly condition during and at the end of occupancy, according to “Ten Commandments of Camp Clean Up”.
- Applicant shall be responsible for damage to the camp equipment, buildings or grounds.
- Applicant shall and hereby does waive and release any and all claims against the God’s Mountain Retreat for any and all injuries, damages, loss, cost to person or property arising either directly or indirectly from the use of God’s Mountain.
- Applicant shall provide, during use of the camp, a full time person in charge and other personal as is necessary for the successful operation of the camp.
- Applicant shall take proper steps to provide for the health and safety of campers and staff. A qualified adult must be present anytime during swimming at the pool (No swimming allowed in lake.) or activities on or around the lake. (Including Paddle Boats.)
- Applicant understands that profanity, obscenity, consumption of alcoholic beverages and smoking by minor campers is prohibited, and the authorities in charge will require respectful and orderly behavior at all times.
- Applicant understands that no fires shall be started without the permission of the camp director.
- Applicant must obtain and file a list of the names and address of all campers and staff utilizing this facility. The Health Dept requires this. (This list is to be kept in your records and presented if the Health Dept requests it.)
- Applicant will enforce other rules posted through out campgrounds.
“Ten Commandments of Camp Clean Up”
Here is a list of things that need to be done.
- Sweep floors of all buildings used each day and at leaving. Be sure to get all the dirt from under bunks. (Do not rearrange bunks in cabins.) Sweep Chow Barn after each meal and wet mop at the end of each day. (If tables are moved put them back.)
- In the Kitchen, clean stoves, counter tops and sinks, wet mop kitchen floor after last meal.
- Keep trash in the designated area.
- Be sure stoves, ovens, and any other equipment is “Off”.
- Brooms and trashcans should be in each cabin. Make sure trashcans are empty and brooms remain in bunkhouses.
- Wash lavatories, clean commodes, and showers in bathhouses. Mop floors each day and remove trash.
- “Police the grounds for trash.
- Put all recreation equipment back where it belongs.
- Turn off all Lights, Fans, and heaters.
- Be sure everyone has all his or her belongings. Articles left at camp should be called for within two weeks and provide any necessary postage if we have to mail it.