SOUTH EAST IDAHO
RODEO BIBLE CAMP

Camps at:

              Downey, Idaho    June 11-14, 2017

                               Big Piney, Wyoming    June 26-29, 2017

                                        Wells, Nevada    July  10-13, 2017

 

 For beginners to experts
and those with a desire to Ride With the Lord

 

Ages 13-19      Includes all rodeo events plus horsemanship and reining

$100 per camper

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 Also check out the Wilderness Association of
Cowboy Churches at:   www.cowboychurchwest.org

 

WHAT TO BRING

What to bring to camp:

A key to a successful camp experience for your camper is to make sure that they come prepared. Check our list below to help ensure that your camper remembers everything they will need for camp. We suggest you mark all of your items with your name.

  • the horse you want to compete on, rough stock will be provided
  • riding wear (boots, hat, jeans, shirt, etc.)
  • casual wear for game time (NOTE: no bareshoulders or belly's: shorts must be halfway to knees in length, no clothing with pictures or words that convey violence, foul language,alcohol, tobacco, drugs, etc)
  • other necessary clothing
  • warm coat
  • extra shoes you don't mind getting wet or dirty
  • rain wear
  • SLEEPING PAD OR COT 
  • sleeping bag/pillow
  • personal items (towel, soap, toothbrush, etc.)
  • Bible
  • sunscreen
  • flashlight
  • Medication (NOTE: all medications MUST be checked in with the camp nurse at registration)
  • ALL NECESSARY HORSE GEAR
  • HORSE FEED, if you bring a horse
  • Rough Stock riding gear

What NOT to bring to camp:

  • Cell phone use is not allowed at camp. This is a time to focus on camp, not social media
  • no personal valuables
  • no tobacco or alcohol products
  • no electronic devices
  • no dogs, stud horses, or mares with foals
  • SEIRBC WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR LOST OR STOLEN ITEMS

 

IS THERE A DRESS CODE?

In order to promote a positive environment at camp, SEIRBC requires that all campers adhere to the following guidelines while attending camp. All clothing worn by campers should be modest and in good taste. In some cases, we may ask campers who are wearing questionably immodest clothing (i.e. short shorts, tight or see-through clothing, cropped shirts, excessively low-riding jeans, etc.) to change. Please be sure your camper packs appropriately. 

WHAT TO BRING 

What should I bring to camp? 

 

A key to a successful camp experience for your camper is to make sure that they come prepared. 

Check our list below to help ensure that your camper remembers everything they will need for camp. 

 

• casual wear for game time (NOTE: no bare 

shoulders or belly’s: shorts must be halfway to 
knees in length: no clothing with pictures or 
words that convey violence, foul language, 
alcohol, tobacco, drugs, etc.) 
• rain wear 
• tennis shoes 
• extra shoes you don’t mind getting wet or 
dirty 
• jacket 
• sweatshirt 
• rodeo wear (boots, hat, long sleeved shirt, 
jeans, 
and other necessary clothing) 
• sleeping bag/pillow 
• sleeping pad 
• personal items (towel, soap, toothbrush, etc.) 
• Bible 
• small notebook 
• pen/pencil 
• bug spray 
• sunscreen 
• flashlight 
• Medication (NOTE: All medications MUST 
be checked in with the camp nurse at 
registration) 
• ALL NECESSARY HORSE GEAR! 
• HORSE FEED, if you bring a horse 
• stall fee - $7.50 per horse 
 
Be sure your campers take home all that they brought with them to camp. We suggest you mark all of 
their items ahead of 
time. We also suggest you check the sleeping areas, arena, and stall areas before leaving. 
 
What not to bring to camp? 
No personal valuables should be brought to camp! SEIRBC will not be responsible for lost of stolen 
items. DO NOT bring knives, tobacco products, illegal drugs, cards, TV, radio, ipods, video games, 
cell phones (this will be strictly enforced), or other electronic devices to camp (NOTE: A cell phone 
will be provided if there is an emergency). NO dogs, stud horses, or mares with colts! 
 
 
Is there a dress code? 
In order to promote a positive environment at camp, SEIRBC requires that all campers adhere to the 
following guidelines while attending camp. All clothing worn by campers should be modest and in 
good taste. In some cases, we may ask campers who are wearing questionably immodest clothing 
(i.e. short shorts, tight or see-through clothing, cropped shirts, excessively low-riding jeans, etc.) to 
change. Please be sure your camper packs appropriate