Our staff at Twin Peaks Bible Camp considers it a rich privilege and a serious responsibility to have your child with us in our camping program. We accept the trust you place in us with a commitment to provide each camper with an experience that will be significant for years to come.
Utmost care is taken to protect the health of your child. A nurse is on hand at all times and a doctor is near by in case of emergencies or illness. We are licensed by the State of Colorado and take great pride in meeting each requirement set by the State.
Jodie Sheppard, the camp nurse and a licensed EMT, has been serving at TPBC for over 15 years. In 2000, she took over has head Medical Staff, overseeing all medical duties that are required not only in the summer but throughout the year.
The health form is required for a camper to participate at camp according to state law and regulations. A physical and a signaturefrom a physician is required for the full completion of the health form. Unfortunately, due to state law and regulations we cannot admit a camper without a completed health form.
Our skilled kitchen staff works diligently to plan and prepare nutritional meals for our campers both young and old. If your child has specific dietary restrictions please contact us so that special arrangements can be made.
Debbie White, our head cook, came on staff as head cook at TPBC in 2003. She came to camp with several years of experience as head cook for her churches many mission trips. Debbie has a love for the children at camp and is always seeking to provide the best possible meals for all the staff.
Our kitchen does operate with the assistance of volunteer staff. If you would be interested in volunteering to help out with our summerkitchen crew please contact us.