Blast! weeks are for students who have completed
3rd-6th grade. This year at Camp Siloam, we have
a great lineup of Blast! speakers.
Mike Seabaugh hardly needs any introduction to those who are familiar with Camp Siloam. Mike has been the “Big O” at camp for 26 years. His method of storytelling and bringing the Gospel to children is our largest week of camp. The only place you can experience Mike's creativity for children is at Camp Siloam. When you do, you will not forget it. Each year Mike brings a mix of theatrical camp favorites such as Carmen San Diego, sprinkled with his imaginative presentation of biblical stories. Mike definitely has a gift for capturing the attention of kids and those who are kids at heart.
Heath was born in Warren, Arkansas. He is married to Shelli, and they have 4 kids. He worked as a volunteer in kids’ ministry for 15 years before surrendering to full time ministry in 2003. Heath graduated from Southwestern Theological Seminary in 2005 with a masters in Christian Education with a concentration in childhood education. He has served as full time children's minister in three Arkansas churches, FBC Russellville, Geyer Springs FBC in Little Rock and currently at Cross Church Springdale. Heath loves kids and is passionate about kids understanding God's word and the fact that God has a place for them in His big story.
Tom has been doing ministry to students since 1982 when he was a student. After college, he was a youth minister at two different churches. Kings Ave Baptist in Brandon, Florida, and North River Baptist in Roswell, Georgia. Then Tom went to Seminary for three years in Louisville, Kentucky, before becoming a Missionary through the North American Mission board. Tom was then the first Chaplain at Dollywood theme park in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. He was ordained in June of 1989. From that point has been doing youth evangelism for the last 20 years. Tom uses drama, comedy, juggling,magic, illusions, and good hard preaching and teaching to reach the toughest young people. Whether at camp, retreats, conferences, or churches, Tom loves communicating the Gospel to people and seeing them come to Christ.
Non-Refundable Deposit (per person; applies to final cost) $75
Campers (completed 3rd grade through age 18) $269
Counselors (age 19 and up) $140
Infants/Toddlers (less than age 2) FREE
Campers (age 2 through completed 2nd grade) $140
Family Cabin (per cabin) (requires $125 non-refundable deposit; Rate is IN ADDITION to camper fees $269
PLEASE NOTE: Any changes made within one week of camp are an additional $75. If a camper is cancelled within one week, $75 will be retained and that camper will lose their deposit. If a camper is added within one week, they will have the above cost plus $75. A replacement camper is considered both a cancellation AND an addition. Additions and cancellations can be made up until one week before camp with no additional charges.
Our COVID-19 Safety Plan
Prior to arrival:
- Please follow social distancing guidelines by wearing a face mask/face covering when around members outside your immediate family and stay home as much as possible in the 14 days prior to arrival.
- All guests will need to complete the health screening form. Anyone with symptoms in the 72 hours prior to arriving at Camp Siloam should stay home and not come to camp.
- Individuals with pre-existing conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, autoimmune disease, cardiovascular disease, respiratory disease (including asthma) and/or immunosuppressed are at an increased risk of severe illness or death if COVID-19 is contracted. These individuals may choose to not attend camp.
- Please wear a mask/face covering when participating in indoor activities when social distancing may not be possible.
- Extra hand washing and hand sanitizing will be available and recommended often.
- Please obtain daily temperatures for each individual in your bunkhouse. A log sheet and thermometer will be provided.
- To aid in stopping the spread, we asked that anyone with a temperature of greater than 100.4 F is sent home. The ill person should wear a mask at all times and the Camp Siloam host should be notified.
- Bunks will be spaced to comply with CDC guidelines to allow six feet between the head of each guest. We ask that you sleep head to toe.
- We recommend you stay on campus for the duration of your event. If someone must leave, we ask that they wear a mask while off-campus and follow all social distancing guidelines.
A Day at Camp
What does a day at Camp Siloam look like? To sum it up, it’s fellowship and fun. Here’s what your schedule might look like:
8:00 AM Breakfast & Cabin Clean Up
8:30 AM Quiet Time
9:00 AM Drama and Worship
10:00 AM Group Time
11:00 AM Team Recreation
12:30 PM Lunch
1:30 PM Free time/Activity Classes
5:30 PM Dinner
7:00 PM Worship
8:30 PM Group Time
9:30 PM Open Rec
11:00 PM Lights Out
What to Bring
We want you to have a great time at Camp Siloam and have everything you need, so here’s a list of what to bring…and what to leave home!
- 5 Masks
- Rain coat
- Adventure Sandals
- Tennis Shoes
- Long Sleeve Shirts
- Sleeping Bag
- Shower shoes
- Pen or Pencil
Do Not Bring
Cell Phones Handheld Gaming Devices Alcohol Tobacco Recreational Drugs Guns Knives Fireworks