Summer Camp Registration
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Beginning January 1, 2016, camp registration must be completed online using a credit card payment. We no longer accept personal checks or money orders.
If you do not have internet access, contact your child’s school or family resource center or visit your county’s public library for free internet access. If you do not have a credit card, consider purchasing a prepaid debit card to purchase your child’s camp registration.
Camp registration is $225 if you register by April 1st. On April 2nd, the cost of registration increases to $235.
Be sure to register for camp as early as possible. Registration fees will be accepted through April 15th, but spots are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. It is possible that certain weeks will be full well before the registration deadline. If the week you desire is full, be sure to contact your child’s Conservation Educator for other options.
Each registration fee includes: lodging, meals, camper insurance*, transportation to and from camp, and a Junior Sportsman’s License. *Restrictions may apply to camp insurance. Camp insurance does not cover pre-existing conditions. If medical need arises, camper’s health insurance may be billed first.
- Begin Application Process.
- Enter All Application Information.
- Pay with Visa, Mastercard, or Discover. (Application Fee: $225 before April 1, $235 beginning April 2)
- Print and Mail Health History form to complete the application process.
- Wait for transportation to be mailed between May 1 and May 15. This will include information about pick up and drop off locations and times.
Note: If you have already registered your child, but were unable to download and print the health history form, click here: Download Health History Form
Camp John Currie
Camp Currie Office: 270-354-6497
7295 Camp Currie Road
Benton, KY 42025
Located 10 miles east of Benton, Ky., on Kentucky Lake. Take Rt. 68 to the intersection of Barge Island Road; turn east onto Barge Island Road, go 3.8 miles. Capacity: 200 per week. In operation since 1949.