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Helpful Information

Make Your Visit to Tonto Rim Christian Camp Even Better

Camp Policies

Tonto Rim Christian Camp invites all who are willing to maintain our camp policies, values, and Christian standards regardless of race, color, or national origin. We do not discriminate against any person. All guests are asked to conduct themselves according to Christ’s teaching and to treat others as they would like to be treated.


Hurtful, inflammatory, profane, or vulgar language will not be tolerated. There is no hunting on camp property and fishing must be authorized by camp staff. There is no smoking at the camp and the use or possession of tobacco, alcohol, or illegal drugs is prohibited. Pets and all animals must be approved in advance, and the animals must be vaccinated and always restrained.

Campers and staff will be charged for any property damage that is caused deliberately or is the result of unauthorized activity. Campers driving and parking at our camp are responsible for locking their vehicles and Tonto Rim Christian Camp is not liable for any lost or stolen property. Accidents, Illnesses, or sicknesses should be reported immediately to the camp staff. All recreational activities must be approved or led by our counselors.


Upon arrival at the camp, all campers and staff must register at the main office. We can accommodate nut and gluten allergies as well as vegetarian and vegan options. Be sure to note your food allergy needs when registering. We welcome groups of up to 240 guests. While these are some of the most important policies for our visitors to understand, for a complete list please contact us for more information

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Important Documents

All of us at Tonto Rim Christian Camp want your experience here to be life-changing and memorable. That is why we focus so much on the safety and comfort of our guests. Below is valuable information to help make your visit the best it can be.

What to Bring

Necessary gear can vary depending on the type of camp or event. If you are unsure what to bring with you to camp, the following list is a good place to start. Please contact us if you have any questions or for more information.


  • Sleeping Bag & Pillow

  • 2 Pair of Closed-Toe Shoes

  • Flip-Flops for Shower and Pool

  • Long Heavy Pants (Avoid Denim)

  • Sweatshirt or Jacket

  • Refillable Water Bottle

  • Personal Toiletries & Bug Spray

  • Bible, Pen, and Notebook

  • Sunscreen, Hat, First Aid Kit

  • Flashlight & Safety Whistle

  • Healthy Snacks

Seasonal Gear

  • Long Underwear

  • Warm, Waterproof Jacket

  • Sweaters, Hats & Gloves

  • Rain and Snow Gear

  • Bathing Suit and Towel

  • Shorts & T-Shirts

  • Clothing and Equipment for Recreational Activities 

Don't Bring

  • Tobacco, drugs, or alcohol Weapons of any kind

  • Excess Money or Valuables 

  • Clothing with Inappropriate or Offensive Content

  • Colognes, Perfumes, Lotions

  • Glassware or Sharp Objects

  • Electronics, TVs, Consoles

  • Anything That Will Prevent You from Seeing, Knowing, And Experiencing God

Reach Out!  We'd Love to Hear From You

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