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Camper
Information

Camp Lu-Jo KISMIF, Inc., is a non-profit organization governed by a board of  directors made up of the following Christian men and women.

CAMPER

INFO.

REGISTRATION & COST

Send TOTAL camp cost of $165 with the Camper Application and Medical Information Forms to: Camp Lu-Jo KISMIF, PO Box 2232, Lawton, OK 73502. Application will not be complete unless BOTH forms are completed and mailed in. The 2021 Camp Lu-Jo KISMIF Covid-19 Release of Liability Form must also be sent in with the Application Forms. DO NOT send the Parent Information Sheets with the Camp Application & Release of Liability forms.


Camp cost includes camper canteen and a camp session t-shirt. If a camper attends more than one camp session, a different Camp Application must be filled out for EACH camper for EACH camp session. Final camp registration will be Sunday afternoon for each camp session from 2:30 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. Sunday Camp Registration does NOT start until 2:30 P.M.!

 

All sessions have a maximum of 200 staff and campers. Space is limited! An early pre-registration is important!

● All campers will undergo head lice screening. ●

● Any camper found with head lice or nits will NOT be permitted to stay. ●

 

DAY CAMP

 

Day Camp for Grades 1 – 4 is offered June 13-15. Those interested should mail in the Camp Application and Medical Information Form by Wednesday, June 1, for a guaranteed t-shirt. The total cost for the three days of Day Camp is $25. Day Camp begins at 9:00 a.m. and ends at 1:30 p.m. Day campers need to bring their own lunch; a drink is provided for them.

 

PICK-UP TIME

 

Campers should be pickup up on Saturday of each camp session beginning at 8:30 a.m. and NO LATER than 10:00 a.m. Camp staff is dismissed after 10:00 a.m. on Saturday. It is important that all campers are picked up from camp before 10:00 a.m. on Saturday.

 

EVENING WORSHIP SERVICES

 

Evening worship services are conducted each camp session Sunday through Friday. Guests can attend these worship services. Please check with the camp director for actual scheduled time.

WHAT TO BRING

 

➢ Bible
➢ Clothes for a week.
1. Minimal allowed length requires camping shorts or dresses to approximate the top of the
knee when the camper is standing. NO EXCEPTIONS!
2. Clothes appropriate for sports during the day.
3. Clothes appropriate for worship during the evening.
➢ Toiletries: toothpaste, soap, comb/brush, towels, sunscreen, etc.
➢ Bedding, laundry bag, flashlight, insect repellent, sweater/jacket for cold nights, cap/hat.
➢ Close-toed shoes are REQUIRED for sports participation!
➢ Items for KISMIF Kapers (a nightly opportunity for skits & talent).
➢ Any Prescription Medications: Must be in ORIGINAL PRESCRIPTION CONTAINERS before it can be distributed to your camper.

 

WHAT NOT TO BRING

➢ Tank tops, low cut blouses, short shorts, sleeveless shirts, etc.
➢ Clothing with inappropriate printing or messages
➢ Radios, CD players, iPods, laptops, electronic games, electronic tablets, etc.
➢ Lighters, matches, tobacco products, etc.
➢ Fireworks, weapons, pocket knives, firearms, etc.
➢ Camper cell phone use may be forbidden by some Camp Directors’ Policies.

 

GROWING IN FAVOR WITH GOD

 

Camp Lu-Jo KISMIF exists for the purpose of providing wholesome activity for young people in a Christian environment and is supported by interested individuals. The Board of Directors dedicated Camp Lu-Jo KISMIF to the training of young people – spiritually, mentally, socially, and physically – in the example of Luke 2:52, “And Jesus grew in wisdom and stature, and favor with God and men.” Camp Lu-Jo KISMIF strives to attract young people who desire an environment of proper dress and Christian behavior. The camp was founded to serve the purpose of cultivating spirituality, decency, and Christian character.


BRIEF CAMP HISTORY

 

Lucille (Jones) Aubrey made the camp grounds available in 1960. Her liberal gift was accepted by the original Board of Directors composed of Lawrence Giles, Harold McRay, Bill Reed, Clyde Sloan, and Robert Sprague in March 1961. The first camp session was held in June 1962. Camp Lu-Jo KISMIF celebrates 60 summers of Christian camping in 2022*. The youth camp is operated by Camp Lu-Jo KISMIF, Inc. This non-profit corporation is governed by a board of directors made up of Christian men and women. {* Covid affected summer of 2020 is the sad exception.)


Lu-Jo comes from the name: Lucille Jones
KISMIF represents the camp motto: Keep It Spiritual, Make It Fun


ADDRESSES

 

During camp sessions ONLY, send all mail for campers to:

[Camper’s Name]

c/o Camp Lu-Jo KISMIF

178498 N 2520 Rd

Faxon, OK 73540

 

To reach Camp Lu-Jo during camp sessions, call: 580-353-8370  

 

Mail camper applications to:  

Camp Lu-Jo KISMIF

P.O. Box 2232 Lawton, OK 73502


For Use of Camp Grounds please click here.
For Other Camp Information,  please Contact Us.


CAMP LOCATION


Camp Lu-Jo is located in northern Cotton County, about sixteen miles southwest of Lawton, Oklahoma. From Lawton, the camp may be reached as follows:

  1. Go South on I-44 (H.E. Bailey Turnpike)

  2. Take Exit 30 (Faxon/Chattanooga) and then turn WEST toward Faxon and Chattanooga  on Highway 36 for about 5 miles (until just before Highway 36 begins to curve southwest)

  3. Go SOUTH on a blacktop/gravel road (Hurst Road) for 4 miles

  4. Go EAST on a gravel road (Logue Chapel Road)for 1 mile

  5. Go SOUTH on a gravel road (82nd St) for 1.5 miles

  6. Camp Lu-Jo will be on your left!**Please drive slowly on gravel roads**

 

2021 Camp Lu-Jo KISMIF Covid-19 Release of Liability.

To provide a safe environment to host camp sessions in 2022, the Camp Lu-Jo KISMIF Board  of Directors have given comprehensive guidance to the session directors for diminishing the problem of Covid and its variances. 


We are excited to host Camp Sessions at Lu-Jo this summer and fulfill our mission of sharing the Gospel! While we cannot guarantee Camp will be unaffected by pandemic problems during  our Camp Sessions, we will provide as many guidelines as needed and will follow those considerations to the best of our abilities. We ask all parents and guardians to understand the challenges which arise from a camp setting for things such as: Social distancing, the wearing of masks, etc. 
 

The following are some of the efforts that are instituted for the 2022 Camp Sessions: • Facility preparation; 
• Sanitization; 
• Some limitation of visitors to create a safe “bubble” for campers; 
• “Entrance” health questionnaires; 
• Ongoing health monitoring; 
• A quarantine dorm area if needed; & 
• Outdoor activities. 


The Board has given session directors and staff full confidence to conduct Camp Sessions in the Summer of 2022. (For further parameters from the Board, please contact your session  director.) All session directors, staff, campers, their families, and potential visitors are expected  to follow the Camp Board's guidelines for Camp to remain a safe place. Session directors and  the Board will monitor changing circumstances and provide guidance to continue to diminish  risks as sessions proceed. 


All Parents and Sponsors of Campers are asked to comply with the following guidelines  should they impact their camper situation: 
• Be ready to pick your camper up promptly to take home and/or seek medical attention  should a sickness or some symptoms arise; 
• Follow all set and announced protocols for indoor and outdoor activities at camp;  

• Will communicate with the camp director and camp staff if the need arises for the removal of a camper during the week; 
• Will be forthright in answering all health monitoring questions, even in regards to  possible infection exposures; 
• Will respect oneself and others regarding the sensitivity of current issues that may  arise with keeping Camp Lu-Jo a “Covid prepared” environment. 


Therefore, based on your comfort level, we ask you to make the family decision to send your camper(s) to Camp Lu-Jo KISMIF this year. We will respect your decision. By signing below,  you agree to the statements above and agree to release Camp Lu-Jo KISMIF, all campers,  and all staff members from and against any and all claims for damages and liability  resulting from exposure to disease-causing organisms, such as COVID-19, COVID-19 variances, and contaminated objects, as well as personal contact associated with  attending Camp Lu-Jo and being on its property. We look forward to having campers at  Camp Lu-Jo this summer! May God bless and be your family!!