Father Son Camp
Questions and Answers

Can I take all of my sons?
This experience is designed for one on one attention. Plan multiple years in order to experience Father Son Camp with each of your sons.

Can a father figure take my son?
Yes. ABSOLUTELY! There will be additional documents to sign for both the parents and or legal guardian/father figure.

Where is Father Son Camp?
Base Camp: Basecamp is 420 Neville-Penn Schoolhouse Rd, Felicity, OH 45153. It's filled with rolling hills, small ponds, gorgeous views.

This sounds perfect. Where can I drop my son off?
No. To be clear, This is not a “drop your son off” experience.

How old does my son need to be?
Your son has to be between the ages of 7-17 at the time of camp.

What if I don't go to Crossroads?
Great! You’re in the right place. There will be other fathers and sons from around the region that don’t attend Crossroads.

What do I need to bring?
Once you’re signed up, we’ll send you a full list. But the short version is: one duffel bag and one backpack, filled with your gear, a chair, dry clothes and food.

How in shape does the Father need to be?
Fathers need to be able to run 1 mile in under 6 minutes. Kidding. But the hike into Base Camp is about a mile and a half so please consider that before registering.

How much does Father Son Camp cost?
Cost is $239.98 for one son and one father figure.

What if I have to come after arrival time or leave early?
You’re in for the whole deal if you go. That means you can’t come late or leave early.

What if it rains?
Then we’ll probably get wet and muddy.

What if there’s an emergency at home while I’m gone?
We’ll have a way for your family to reach you (and you them) if there’s an emergency. And by emergency we don’t mean the cable goes out.

What if my son has special needs?
Please email us at fathersoncamp@crossroads.net so we can discuss.

What if my son can’t sit still during stage talks?
Then throw a football nearby. Hey, we want them to hear the message, but it’s loud enough for them to hear it even if you are not right in front of the stage.

How loud is the event?
Stage talks, music and fireworks are quite loud at times. Feel free to bring some earplugs but If that isn’t enough, please let us know by emailing us and we will do all we can to accommodate you and son.

Have other questions not addressed above?
Email us at fathersoncamp@crossroads.net