Below you will find important information about camp programming. Click each section to expand it.
Summer Schedule for Davis and Grand Lake
2019 CrossTimbers Schedule Davis
May 24-29 CrossTimbers (CT) Training Week
May 30-June 1 Camp Perfect Wings
June 3-6 CT Session 1-Davis
June 7-10 CT Session 2-Davis
June 12-15 CT Session 3-Davis
June 17-20 CT Session 4-Davis
June 24-27 CT Session 5-Davis
June 28-July 1 CT Session 6-Davis
July 8-11 CT Session 7-Davis
July 15-18 CT Session 8-Davis
July 19-22 CT Session 9-Davis
July 24-27 CT Session 10-Davis
July 29-August 2 CT Session 11-Davis
June 5-8 CT Session 1-Grand Lake
June 10-13 CT Session 2-Grand Lake
July 6-9 CT Session 3-Grand Lake
July 10-13 CT Session 4-Grand Lake
July 17-20 CT Session 5-Grand Lake
July 22-25 CT Session 6-Grand Lake
July 26-29 CT Session 7-Grand Lake
Important dates to remember
November 1, 2018, 8:00 a.m., Registration opens online for Crosstimbers 2019
January 1, 2019 Staff Applications Due
February 8-9, 2019 Staff Interviews
March 31, 2019 Last chance to turn back beds
April 29, 2019 – Pre-Camp Meeting at OKC, Southern Hills, from 10a.m.-12:00 p.m. for returning churches.
April 30, 2019 – Pre-Camp Meeting at Davis Campground for NEW churches attending Crosstimbers, Davis (9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.)
May 1, 2019 Final payment due (Sessions 1-5, Davis) (Sessions 1-4, Grand Lake)
May 1, 2019 – Pre-Camp Meeting for ALL churches attending Crosstimbers-Grand Lake at the Grand Lake location. (11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.)
June 1, 2018 Final Payment due (Sessions 6-11, Davis) (Session 5-7, Grand Lake)
CrossTimbers Registration Agreement
CrossTimbers Yellow Flag Offense Form
CrossTimbers Camper Release Form (2 pages) – MUST BE SIGNED BY PARENT OR GUARDIAN ON PAGE 2
CrossTimbers Adult Release Form
CrossTimbers Background Compliance Check Form – Please read carefully, as there are NEW requirements.
CrossTimbers Medical Form
Crosstimbers Concession Band Form
Camp Prep Resources
We provide two camp prep resource books to help our churches prepare for camp. Click on the book names to download a copy. When you are downloading please remember that these are very large files and it make take a few moments for them to load on you computer, to print press CTRL-P and to save press CTRL-S.
The 2019 Guides are currently being updated and will be posted soon!
The 2019 Schedule will be posted soon!
We request your sponsor to camper ratio is ONE sponsor for every FIVE campers. Sponsors should be at least 18 years of age and have a successful background check. The topic of sponsors is addressed at length in the church guide and the registration agreement.
CrossTimbers requires each church to perform a criminal background and sex offender check on all sponsors 18 years of age and older attending with their group. CrossTimbers requires all camp sponsors to have a current background check on file at their home church. CrossTimbers and the BGCO define a current background check as no more than 18 months old. Churches will need to present a completed and signed copy of the Background Check Statement of Compliance upon arrival at camp. This form can be found under the CAMP FORMS SECTION. A list of reputable agencies is listed below:
Artwork / Graphics
Bunkmail is our form of camp mail, because the camp week is so short and technology allows us to do some really cool things we encourage you to promote the use of bunkmail to parents and church members. Instead of sending letters to kids at camp we have an email address set up for people to email campers. All you need to do is put the campers first and last name along with the church they are attending camp with in the subject of the email and send it to email@example.com. Every child wants to get an encouraging letter from a relative or church member. Even our staff would like encouraging notes during the summer. The campers get excited and a glow comes off of their face when they receive Bunkmail. This is a great way for your church to support and encourage children that are coming to camp.
Meals consist of breakfast, lunch and supper. Day one of camp will consist of two meals while the other days there will be three. Dietary needs If a child that is coming to camp has a dietary need, sponsors or parents need to contact the CrossTimbers program office before arriving at camp. In some cases the kitchen staff may be able to provide a special plate for that child. In other circumstances, it would be better for the parents to send the appropriate food for their child. Food can be stored in the kitchen refrigerator and sponsors can monitor the provision of the meal. The CrossTimbers kitchen staff is not trained to prepare foods that support food allergies and cannot be responsible for making accurate decisions that would endanger a child’s health.
Directions to CrossTimbers
Crosstimbers-Davis and Crosstimbers-Grand Lake maps will be posted soon.