We love this camp soo much. We sent my daughter and her cousin last year this year the the girls are going back as well as two other boy cousins for 2 weeks this time. My daughter does not even spend ...the whole night in her bed at home , but is sooo excited to go to Kulaqua for two weeks!! They have the greatest facilities and FOOD!! Camp food can be awful ( the girl scout camp failure of 2015) , but Adventist apparently have a strong belief in quality food, which they practice at this camp.. the food was a 10. The zoo was a huge hit as well as the water park and the cabins made them feel very comfortable. The kids raved about councillors and how attentive and how they added to the experience.
Now not being an Adventist and not being terribly familiar with the religion I was slightly concerned about that aspect. Prayer and religion did have a significant place, but I would call it standard christian level teachings. They did call and say my daughter had asked to be baptised. Since she has been baptised I passed , but she was super mad at me on pick up becuase it involved dunking in the private spring. Which she saw as far superior to the face dribble in our Episcopal Church. They are not pushy and if you say you do not want them baptised they are good with that. So they did not come back quoting scripture ( this happened to us when my little sister went to Baptist camp in Kentucky with a friend in the 80's) .. they only has nice habits like suggesting we pray before dinner. I was very happy with the entire experience. See More