Last Updated: Nov. 6, 2017
If your preferred activity is not available when you make your reservation, we are planning to have a waiting list for activities that you can choose from. However, it is in your child's best interest to have an alternative activity chosen. If an activity becomes available that you chose on the wait list, our online program will automatically move you to that spot and send you an email update. If you wish to change your activities, you can login to your account anytime and see what is available and make changes.
Please review the activity schedule on the website as some are offered each of the five periods (archery and water sports) while others are only offered one period (skateboarding, juggling, unicycling, robotics, golf, string crafts and guitar). There are several two-period activities. For these activities, please be sure to select both periods:
|Challenge Course||All Camps||Periods 1–2 & 4–5|
|Climbing Wall, Advanced||Earliteen & Teen Camps||Periods 4–5|
|Water Sports, Advanced||Tween, Between, Earliteen & Teen Camps||Periods 1–2|
While your child looks forward to attending camp, please encourage him or her to finalize activity selections. We are trying our best to accommodate campers' wishes to be with their friends. While we will need to do some shuffling Sunday afternoon on registration day, it would be most efficient for everyone if campers' schedules are set before they move in to their cabins. Since activity selection occurs online, we assume that activities and rafting options are chosen based on the camper's preferences. We may make some adjustments with activities based on groups sizes and unexpected needs that have arisen on our end.
We will do our best to make adjustments at registration time; however, please inform your camper that schedules are difficult to change after Sunday unless we encounter some unforeseen circumstance like sickness or injury. We will be happy to field any questions concerning activity schedules.
Camp Ida-Haven has been, is now and should continue to be a heavenly place where the Idaho Conference of Seventh-day Adventist members of all ages may find physical, mental, social and spiritual refreshment, direction and fellowship.
Memories of Ida-Haven have eternal influence that provide lasting joy. Other Christian groups who use Ida-Haven learn of and appreciate Seventh-day Adventist values regardless of race, religion, color, sex, disability or national origin.