Youth Camp 2024

Camper Info / What To Bring / Rules


With the new location of camp came a need to change the dates of our camp as well. These dates had to line up with what the camp had available as well as when Dr. Peacock was available to preach. Once again, the Lord lined everything up perfectly!
Monday, July 22nd through Saturday, July 27th

Camper Info / What To Bring / Rules

About Anchor Baptist Youth Camp 

Anchor Baptist Youth Camp is a camp aimed toward the youth, ages 12 to 20, which are in bible-believing churches. Most of the youth camps that are available for your teens today are very contemporary and have no real spiritual substance. The goal of this camp is to incorporate the fun and excitement that should go along with a youth camp with the truth and spiritual guidance that our youth desperately need. Our desire at Anchor Baptist Youth Camp is to see souls saved, to strengthen the faith of our young people, and show them that you can be a bible-believing Christian and still have good, clean fun.  

At Anchor Baptist Youth Camp We Believe… 

  • The King James Bible is the perfect word of God
  • In singing old time hymns
  • That the preaching of the word of God is truly what our young people need in order to change their lives and strengthen their faith
  • And that a soul is saved by grace through faith in the finished work of Jesus Christ.  

Code of Conduct 

As a Bible based organization we maintain certain standards of conduct, music, and dress. We reserve the right to request that an attendee cease from conduct or dress that is deemed inappropriate. In the event an attendee refuses to comply, they will be excused from the activity they are involved in and turned over to their youth leader. 

What to Bring: 

  • KJV Bible 
  • Toiletries (Soap, shampoo, toothpaste, sun screen, etc.) 
  • Towels and washcloths 
  • Bedding (Twin sheet, blanket, pillow, or sleeping bag) 
  • Clothing for daily activities (Shorts must be knee length and no low cut tops) 
  • Clothing for chapel services (Collared shirt and slacks for boys. Knee length or longer dress or skirt with modest top for girls.) 
  • Clothing for swimming (Dark shirt and shorts for boys. Dark shirt and knee length shorts over swim suit for girls.) 
  • Clothes for paintball
  • PRESCRIBED medications 
  • Money for Snack Shack 
  • Bug spray
  • Refillable water bottle
  • A GOOD attitude!  

What NOT to Bring: 

  • Non-prescription drugs of any kind 
  • Any electronic devices (MP3 players, video games, cell phones, etc. If a cell phone must be brought it will remain in the possession of a youth leader.) 
  • Weapons of any kind 
  • Inappropriate clothing (Tight fitting clothing, short shorts or skirts, or clothing or accessories with obscene or offensive logos and advertising.)  

Daily Schedule Information

The camp will start with registration on July 22nd from 12 PM to 3 PM. There will be dinner provided that evening. There will be a morning and evening service, activities, and three meals daily. The young people will be split into four teams and compete against one another in activities and games! On Saturday, a light breakfast will be provided before a camp cleanup and a noon departure.


Hoosier Hills Baptist Camp
2499 S County Rd 675 E, Dillsboro, IN 47018


The TOTAL cost for the full camp is $200 per attendee/camper and $100 for any child guest (not camper) that will be lodging and eating. This covers all meals, lodging, activities, preaching and a camp t-shirt.

If you will not be staying the full 5 days, you will pay $40 per day per attendee plus $10 if you would like a shirt. Please let us know this is the comment section in the registration form.

Please also let us know if you do not plan to eat the food provided. This is important for planning sake.

Attendees may also bring extra money for Snack Shack, but this is optional.

The registration fee is $70. This fee will be used for upfront costs to run the camp. The remaining $130 is due at registration on July 22nd.

The registration form & fee are due ASAP . It is SUPER important for us to get all registrations on time in order for us to purchase enough food and t-shirts and plan teams in time. Due to planning expenses this registration fee is non-refundable and non-transferable. But PLEASE still notify us if an attendee cancels and will not be attending or if someone is wanting to come after the registration due date. We will always try to accommodate as long as there is room. 

Please make out checks to Anchor Baptist Church and mail to:

Anchor Baptist Church
Attn: Joe Baiano
4641 Oakdell Ave
Dayton, OH 45430

We know most of our attending churches do an amazing job at fund raising throughout the year to be able to assist their campers with the cost so we wanted to let you know as far in advance as possible so you can start planning now.

If there is anyone who would like to attend camp but just simply cannot pay the fee, please let us know and we will make arrangement. 

And if there is anyone who would like to donate money to sponsor a teen to go to camp, please let us know of that as well and we will make sure those funds are used for that reason.

Support / Contact

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📞 Contact Us:

Email –

Text – (930) 600-1177

Joe Baiano – 937-516-2096

Paige Baiano – 765-617-1751


In years past we have been able to accommodate mothers with small children, older attendees, and other people with special sleeping accommodation needs with private or more semi-private rooms.  Our new camp does not allow us to do this. So please be aware, if you do attend camp, be prepared to sleep in a bunk house with other people/campers. If you are a mother with a small child, please reach out to Paige Baiano (765-617-1751) directly because those accommodations are limited and dependent on camper numbers and will still not be private.

If these sleeping accommodations will not work for you and you would still like to come we recommend finding a hotel in the cities nearby. You should be able to find some hotels within 20-30 minutes of the camp ground. You will then only be charged partial fee to cover food and preaching. We will still need you to register for camp and please note that you will not be staying on the grounds on your registration.

Hotel Recommendations From a Local:

1. Hilton – 51 Walnut St, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

2. Comfort Inn – 1610 Flossie Dr, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

3. Red Roof Inn – 515 E Eads Pkwy, Greendale, IN 47025

4. Quality Inn – 765 E Eads Pkwy, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

STAY AWAY from Baymont Inn

Aren’t sure of the quality of these, but they are closer:
Hillcrest Motel in Aurora, IN
Moon-Lite Motel in Versailles, IN