Last Updated: Nov. 5, 2012
If you choose to visit Camp during your child’s stay, you will need to check in at the Camp Office. We are very protective of your children and do not allow people to wander the grounds unless they have been to the office and identified themselves. It is for your child’s protection that we implement this method.
We discourage visits during the week as many times it causes home- sickness. If your child is homesick, they may want to leave with you and go home. Another child may then wonder why their parent is not also visiting and this heightens their anxiety. Many times the parent visits because the parent is child sick. While it is not easy, releasing your children for a week is an important step in you and your child’s maturation process. Soothe those emotions with a letter.
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.