Englishton Park
Academic Remediation & Training Center


49th Summer of Serving Children
 Englishton Park Presbyterian Ministries, Inc.

PO Box 228, Lexington IN 47138

PHONE: 812-889-2046 (Summer), 812-934-4322 (Non-Summer)

EMAIL ADDRESS : ThomasLisaBarnett@etczone.com


Contact: Thomas or Lisa Barnett, Co-Directors 

 


Camp Information

Things to Bring to Camp


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FAQ--Parents Guardians

Employment Opportunities

Grant/Foundation Support

Englishton Park Presbyterian Ministries, Inc.

COVID-19 Health and Safety Plan

 

Typical Day/Activities


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Announcement about the Coronovirus and Camp 2020


Based on revised guidance from the Governor's office, overnight camps may not open until Saturday, July 4, 2020. As a result, we have made the following changes:

Session 1: CANCELLED
New session 2 dates: Saturday, July 4 to Friday, July 10

(More updates on session 2)
 
       
The health and safety of campers and staff at Englishton Park is a priority more than ever. We will use the additional time in June to review and update policies, practices, and activities to ensure a safe and healthy environment for staff and campers.        

Englishton Park COVID-19 Snapshot.

We are communicating with local health officials as well as reviewing guidance from the CDC and the American Camping Association. During these challenging times, we believe that children more than ever need a safe and positive camp experience that EP has provided for 51 summers.

To view our 2020 camp application click,  here.



COVID-19 Health and Safety Plan   
(Revised 07/03/2020)






Session Dates for the 2020 Summer:

Session 1:

Cancelled

Session 2:

July 4 to July 10, Boys aged 8-11 years; Girls aged 9-12 years.  Session 2 information and changes here.

Session 3:

July 12 to July 21, Boys aged 9-12 years; Girls aged 8-10 years.

 


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