Register and make a payment towards your Sukkot camping fees buy clicking the button below. All registrations must be paid in full by September 19th, 2018. If you need to extend this deadline for any reason please contact email@example.com. No refunds will be given after this date due to ordering of materials needed for the Feast
If you are planning to join us for Freedom Hill Community Feast of Sukkot, here is some important information you need to know. It will help you plan and answer your questions.
You may register to attend the entire event or change the dates to show the number of nights you will be staying. If you will be staying in nearby lodging, please email firstname.lastname@example.org so we can count you into our planning for the entire event.
We require one registration form to be completed for each family or each single adult. Full payment is due at the time of registration. The deadline to register is September 19, 2018. There are no refunds after this date due to purchasing materials needed for the Feast. In all cases, your registration is not confirmed until full payment has been received.
5705 LRC Road
Waterloo, IL 62298
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Lulav and Etrog
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You may arrive as early as 8am on Sept 23rd. The last day of the feast is Oct 1st and you may leave at anytime or you may pay for 1 extra night and leave anytime the next day.
T-shirts are optional. For those who prefer a Cabin bunk bed, see registration form to order a T-shirt at a separate cost. For those who prefer a Tent or RV, the T-shirt is already included in your camp fee when staying 2 or more nights (you must be staying at least 2 nights to cover the cost of the T-Shirt).
Camp Set-up and Tear-down — Please volunteer only if you are available to help set up on Sat 9/22 or help tear down the morning of Mon 10/1. You will be contacted by the leader.
Children’s Program — All parents of children attending class are expected to volunteer throughout the week to assist our Children’s team. No special talents are required. Our Children's leader will contact you in advance.
Shabbat Fellowship Meal — Please sign up to help prep food and clean-up before and after the Shabbat Fellowship meal. All other meals you would provide on your own and may utilize the on-site cooler and freezer located in the Children's craft building next to the tent area. We will use the portable kitchen provided by Freedom Hill for our Shabbat Fellowship Meal but may not use the commercial kitchen. Any assistance is appreciated for the Fellowship meal. You will be contacted by the leader.
Toddler Care — All parents of toddlers using our facility are expected to volunteer a few times during the feast. You will be contacted by the Children's team.
The main campground can accommodate up to 10 RVs during the Feast of Sukkot. All RV sites provide water, electricity and waste removal. Your RV space inside the main campground is not guaranteed until you have paid in full and received a confirmation.
There are many places to set up your tent in the main campground. Tents desiring electricity will need to be located near the Children's craft building in the main tent area. We cannot guarantee that you will be able to have electricity until you arrive at the camp. Please bring a long extension cord. The Children's craft building also has a restroom that can be used by campers. There is also 1 restroom with shower in each of the men's & women's cabins which can be used by campers as well.
Cabin bunk bed Camping
There are six cabins each sleeping approx 8 bunk beds. Each cabin has 1 restroom including 1 shower, refrigerator and window unit for a/c. When reserving a cabin bunk bed you are reserving 1 bed only. The cabins are designated for men only or women only. We cannot guarantee a private cabin for a family but will do our best to accommodate your needs.
Meals & Campfires
You are responsible for providing your own meals. There is a commercial cooler and freezer in the Children's craft building. Please use the existing campfire sites. The camp prefers you not start another campfire site, but would be agreeable if you dig up a portion of grass to build a new campfire site and then replace the grass after fire is put out in effort to leave no trace.
Join us in the evenings. We will be using the lower rooms in the main building with an emphasis on worship and fellowship. Please plan on bringing your camp chairs and blankets in case we decide to take the fellowship outside.
A sukkot favorite is the morning midrash where we gather to hear from each other. This is a beautiful time to hear the heart of our heavenly Father expressed through His people via His word. There will be childcare during these times.
A detailed schedule of events will be included in your welcome packet upon arrival.