Health and Safety Plan

Camper, guest and staff safety has always been of utmost importance to us here at Camp Lone Star. We want to make you aware of how we are protecting you, your camper, and your group as you visit Camp Lone Star. Many of these procedures we have always been, and will continue to be, committed to; some procedures we are enhancing to reduce risk.


We believe that now more than ever, campers and guests need what camp offers: to experience Jesus and the opportunity to disconnect from screens and engage in adventurous Christ-centered experiences. If the risk does not outweigh the outcomes for you and your family at this time, then we completely understand and encourage you to wait until you are ready to come to Camp.


The key to preventing the spread of illness is stopping it from even entering camp. We ask all campers & guests monitor their health any symptoms prior to arrival. Questions to ask yourself include:

  1. Have you been sick in the last 14 days?
  2. Have you been around anyone that has been sick in the last 14 days?

This will help us mitigate the risk of illnesses while walking alongside families to determine the right course of action for everyone’s health and safety.


The #1 defense against any communicable disease is clean hands. Guests are encouraged to wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. They will wash hands before and after each meal and throughout the day.

Hand Washing

  • All accommodations and bathrooms are fully stocked with hand soap.
  • All campers and staff are to thoroughly wash their hands before and after each meal.

Hand Sanitization

  • All summer staff will have a mini hand sanitizer for their cabin group 24/7.
  • All are encouraged to use hand sanitizer upon entering and exiting any area of camp.
  • Guests are to use hand sanitizer before and after each camp activity when hand washing is not possible.
  • Our hand sanitizer is an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with 60%-95% alcohol as recommended by the Center for Disease Control (CDC).


While we have always had stringent cleaning and sanitation procedures in place, we are taking additional precautions to keep guests and team members safe.

  • CDC-approved quad-sanitizing disinfectant used to mop floors and clean carpets.
  • After each summer camp session and after each retreat group departs, a deep cleaning of camp is performed before the next group/campers arrives.


Our Kitchen Team is trained to used enhanced sanitation procedures during mealtimes in order to ensure the cleanest and safest environment possible to protect the guests and staff.

  • All guests are expected to wash their hands prior to entering and upon exiting the Dining Hall.
  • In addition, hands sanitizer dispensers are available to be used prior to entering the serving lines and salad bars if desired.
  • Table and Dining Hall cleaning and sanitization is done before and after meals by Camp Lone Star staff. 


Camp is all about being together and leaning on one another for support. To best keep campers and guest safe, we will put in place procedures and training for our staff to educate guests on how to safely participate in our camp activities. We will also sanitize all equipment before and after use. As a rule, we will employ the following general procedures for all program activities:

  1. Sanitize all program areas
  2. Sanitize equipment before and after use

This Health & Safety Plan was last updated 05/03/2022 and is subject to change and/or revision. For any
questions regarding your upcoming visit to Camp Lone Star, call the Camp office at 979-968-1657.