Frequently asked questions

How much does it cost?


The cost for teen week is $235. The cost for junior week is $170.




What is there to do?


We have bible studies, worship, olympic size pool, canoeing, fishing, high ropes course, archery, arts and crafts, evening activities, and plenty of card playing and other board games.




What does my camper fee include?


The camper fee includes food (three meals a day and evening snacks), lodging, facility staff for recreational activities (canoeing, fishing, archery, high and low ropes courses, and mountain boarding) and housekeeping. It does not include money for the canteen.




What is the age range?


The campers for teen week are 13 through 21 years old. Slightly younger campers may attend with prior approval of the Executive Director, Ryan Beeson. Junior week campers are 8 through 12 years old.




Do they need any spending money?


Yes. A canteen is available daily at an extra cost. Also there will be entertainers who will have merchandise for sale.




What are the dates?


Teen Week: June 13th through the 19th, 2021. Sunday, Drop off: 2 pm - 4 pm. Saturday, Pick up: 11 am Junior Week: June 27th through July 1st, 2021. Sunday, Drop off: 2 pm - 4 pm. Thursday, Pick up: 7 pm




Where is the camp located?


It will be held at Camp Glen. 6580 S. Township Rd. 131Tiffin, OH 44883




What denomination are you associated with?


We are a non-denominational family. People from a variety of backgrounds attend and are welcome.




What should I bring?


Sleeping bag, pillow, towels, swimwear, Bible, pencils, tooth brush, tooth paste, soap, shampoo, flashlight, bug spray, money for the canteen/snack bar, shoes, & clothing for the week. *Please bring clothing that is modest in nature* (nothing too tight, too short, too low cut, one-piece swimsuits only.) Also an outfit for THROWBACK THURSDAY where we wear the fashions of past decades.




What should I not bring?


Alcohol, drugs, tobacco, and cell phones.




What are double doozies?


It cannot be described by words, only experienced.




Is Beeson Ministries insured?


Yes, Beeson Ministires is insured through Brotherhood Mutual.




How are staff selected?


All our volunteer staff are chosen by the Director Ryan Beeson and are given background checks to ensure their elligebility to be on staff. Ryan is highly selective on who he invites to work at camp; looking for individuals who love Jesus, who have a passion for youth ministry, and who align with the Ministry's goals and values.




What is the camper to staff ratio?


We have a 5 to 1 camper to staff ratio.




What are the Covid policies?


Beeson Ministries will be following the State of Ohio's COVID guidelines. With the restrictions lifting in early June, we will not be requiring masks though we encourage campers to bring them. We will be screening for symptoms at check in, sanitizing shared items and areas regularly, ventilating enclosed spaces, and have quarantine procedures in place should anyone display symptoms.




What is Amazon Smile?


Amazon Smile is a way to give money to your favorite charities (like us!) at no additional cost to you. Simply buying your normal purchases will give Beeson Ministries a percentage of every dollar spent. All you have to do is select Beeson Ministires from the charity list and shop smile.amazon.com or enable smile in the Amazon app. Or simply follow this link: https://smile.amazon.com/ch/46-5247263 to begin giving! You can also simply give directly by going to http://www.givebeesonministries.com/