• Day Camp Ages 5-7
    June 10, 2017
    Directors: Jim & Camela Pierce
    Registration at 9:00 a.m. - Pick Up at 3:00 p.m.
  • Junior WeekAges 8-11
    June 11-16, 2017
    Directors: Steve Walden & Micheal Walden
  • All Ages Week 1 Ages 8-18
    June 18-24, 2017
    Directors: Rick Leach & Linda VanBritson
  • All Ages Week 2 Ages 8-18
    June 25-30, 2017
    Directors: Brent Donoho & Randy Weilbaker
  • Senior Week 1 Completed grade 7-12
    July 9-15, 2017
    Directors: Bobby Davis, Mike Welter, & Larry Sawyer
  • Senior Week 2 Completed grade 7-12
    July 16-22, 2017
    Directors: Doug Lali, Greg Troutman, & Patrick Williams
  • Intermeidate Week Completed grade 4-8
    July 23-28, 2017
    Directors: Steve Corp, Greg Day, & Keith Shelby
  • All Ages Week 3 Ages 8-18
    July 30-Aug 4, 2017
    Directors: Brian Boyer, David Arthur, & Pat Arthur
The goal of SMBC is to provide an enjoyable week of camp centered on God and the Bible. Our desire is to create an environment where everyone can grow spiritually and physically without worldly distractions.
$135 Pre-registration fee (New for 2017! The new cost includes the session fee, $10 for canteen, and a camp tshirt)
$145 Same Day Registration (New for 2017! The new cost includes the session fee, $10 for canteen, and a camp tshirt)
$10 Additional Camp T-shirts
$10 Day Camp (includes Canteen)
$3 Visitor Meals
Please make checks payable to to SMBC and write the camper's name on the memo line. Please do not send cash

Everyone must comply with the following guidelines!

1. Campers shall participate in all planned activities (including but not limited to devotionals, classes, recreation, etc.).

2. Girls are not allowed on the boys' side. Boys are not allowed on the girls' side.

3. Campers will keep cabins & campgrounds clean.

4. Campers will dress modestly at all times (Short-shorts and tank tops with straps less than 3” wide are NOT allowed!).

5. Infirmary Supervisor will keep track of all medications, including over-the-counter types. Medications must be dispensed from ORIGINAL containers from the pharmacy, with dosage instructions.

6. Campers cannot go to their cabin without a counselor & must stay in their cabin after lights are out.

7. Directors are responsible for their session of camp. Campers will follow their rules and treat staff with respect.

8. Electronic entertainment devices (e.g., MP3 or DVD players, cell phones, radios, handheld games, etc.), firearms, tobacco, drugs, axes, fireworks, and knives are not allowed at camp.

9. Campers must have the permission of the director & sign out before leaving camp.

10. Laundry facilities may only be used by counselors in an emergency.

11. Leave all personal valuables at home.

12. Harassment, intimidation and bullying will not be tolerated.

Pick Up and Drop Off Times

Check in on Sunday is 2:00-4:00 EST (1:00-3:00 CDT). Registration is on a first come first served basis. Please preregister early to ensure your camper has a spot. Registrations will not be taken by phone.
Pick up time varies for each week. Please inqure at registration or call camp directly at 1-812-849-3111.
Registration for Day Camp is at 9:00 a.m. EST and pick up is at 3:00 p.m. EST

What should I bring to camp?

Bible, notebook, pencil, bedding, towels, toilet articles, swimsuit, week's supply of modest clothing, comfortable shoes (2 pair suggested), jacket, fan (1 only), flashlight, sunscreen, bug spray.

What should I NOT bring to camp?

Electronic entertainment devices (e.g., MP3 or DVD players, cell phones, radios, handheld games, etc.), firearms, tobacco, drugs, axes, fireworks, & knives. Restrictions also apply to all visitors.

What kind of activities will we do at camp?

Activities are different every week, but campers should expect daily Bible classes, chapel, singing, campfires, games, hikes, and swimming (boys & girls alternate days).

What is Day Camp?

Day Camp is an introduction to camp for those who are too young to participate in a full week. Day campers will participate in many of the same activities as a normal week but only for the afternoon. Day campers should wear play clothes and shoes, and bring a pillow and a sheet.

Can campers receive mail?

Friends and family can send their campers mail during the week at

Spring Mill Bible Camp
"Camper's Name"

2830 St Rd 60 East,
Mitchell, IN 47446