Hedges & Highways Camperships

Important Information & Registration

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The Hedges and Highways Scholarship ($320) has been paid for by friends of Camp Eagle and allows a camper to attend ONE camp week per year as a gift. Your Camper MUST attend all week.  No partial weeks are permitted. 

Once we receive your camper’s registration you will be sent an email confirming receipt of the registration. It is very important to enter an accurate email address on the registration form.  The camper will then be checked-in on the Monday their camp week begins according to the time stamp on your camper's registration.  

Registration will remain open until all the beds at camp are filled.  Because of the high number of registered campers that do not show up for camper check-in on Monday, we accept more registrations than there are beds at Camp Eagle.  This is why it is very important your camper arrives at Shenandoah Baptist Church no later than 8:30 AM on the Monday their camp week begins for Camper Check-in.  An adult must remain with the camper until the check-in process for your camper is completed.  Pre-Registered Campers will be taken first and in the order the registration was received.  You may bring a printed registration form to Camper Check-in, however these will not be processed until all Pre-Registered Campers are completed.  If you chose to complete a paper registration, it would be extremely beneficial to mail or hand deliver your camper's registration to the Camp Eagle Office (located inside the Shenandoah Baptist Church Office) located at 6520 Williamson Road, Roanoke, VA 24019, in order to receive a time stamp and be Pre-registered. 

If your camper does not come to camper check-in, he/she may lose their reservation to the next registered camper.  If, after you hear all the information the Director of Camp Eagle gives at camper check-in, you decide your camper is not ready for camp, then you may choose to give up your camper's spot to the next camper registered.  If you are later than 8:30 AM to camper check-in, your camper may lose their spot.  Your camper’s registration does not guarantee your camper a week at camp, it is only the first step in the registration process.  Your camper will be permitted to attend if there is a bed available (the earlier the registration is received, the better), he/she comes to camper check-in on time, agrees to the rules and passes the head check at the nurse’s station.


On Monday, the week of your camp week, a bus will leave from Shenandoah Baptist Church after the Check-In process is completed, 6520 Williamson Rd., Roanoke, VA, to transport campers to Camp Eagle. 



On Friday at 10:30am, following your camp week, your camper will arrive at Shenandoah Baptist Church.  Parents should plan to pick up campers at that time.  Please do not be late.  


Weekdays: 8:30AM - 5PM, call (540) 366-2433. After 5PM, please call 540-206-3395.

What to Bring:

Sleeping bag or bed roll (sheets and blanket for a twin mattress), pillow, towels, toiletries, flashlight, light jacket, rain gear, two pairs of shoes, one piece swimsuit, casual and modest clothing appropriate for camp, Bible, pen or pencil.  Suggested snack money is $25. Staff members reserve the right to have campers change clothing at any time.    


What NOT to Bring:

Radios, personal listening devices, TVs, electronic games, cigarettes, non-prescription drugs, alcoholic beverages, fireworks, firearms, knives or weapons of any kind, magazines, cell phones, pets, or skateboards.  Please do NOT bring food or drinks.    

Medical Policy:

For the health and safety of all campers, we request campers with contagious conditions, including lice, not attend camp.  All Campers must check-in all medications (prescription and non-prescription) with the Camp Nurse. 


In an effort to protect the safety of the campers and to ensure an orderly camp, the Camp Director reserves the right to dismiss any camper for reasons of safety or inappropriate behavior such as disobedience, bullying, disrespect, etc. Campers dismissed from Camp Eagle may forfeit all future opportunities to attend.



Campers do not have access to phones except in the case of an emergency.  Campers are expected to stay the entire camp week except in cases of illness or emergency at home.  All visitors must have approval from the Camp Director to be on camp property. 

Lost & Found

Lost items, with an estimated value of $50 or greater per item, will be kept for one week and then discarded.  All other items will be discarded after the camper departs from their week of camp.  Camp Eagle is not responsible for items lost, left or removed from Camp Eagle or any of the drop off locations. 

Printable Registration forms:

If you would prefer a registration form to be mailed to you, please call (540) 366-2433.

Hedges & Highways Registration Form


Camper Name *
Camper Name
Parent/Guardian's Name *
Parent/Guardian's Name
Address *
Preferred Phone Number *
Preferred Phone Number
Additional Phone Number
Additional Phone Number
Camper Date of Birth *
Camper Date of Birth
Camper Gender *
Grade Completed this Year *
Are You an Angel Tree Camper *
Emergency contact other than Parent/guardian *
Emergency contact other than Parent/guardian
Emergency Contact's Preferred Phone Number *
Emergency Contact's Preferred Phone Number
Additional Phone Number
Additional Phone Number
Do you have medical insurance *
Name of Family Physician
Name of Family Physician
Family Physicians Phone Number
Family Physicians Phone Number
I authorize Camp Eagle Counselors to administer the prescription medications to the camper while he/she is a camper at Camp Eagle. I understand and am aware the prescription medications are not administered by the Camp Nurse at Camp Eagle *
I authorize Camp Eagle Counselors to administer over-the-counter medications to the camper while he/she is a camper at Camp Eagle. I understand and am aware the over-the-counter medications are not administered by the Camp Nurse at Camp Eagle *
Please select Yes or No for all over-the-counter medicines that may be administered as needed to your camper (equivalent store brand may be used in place of the brand name product)
If any over-the-counter medications are sent to camp with the camper, they must be in the original package.
Acetaminophen (Tylenol Tablet or Liquid) *
Antibiotic Cream (Neosporin Ointment) *
Antihistamines (Benadryl Tablets/Liquid) *
Calamine Lotion *
Hydrocortisone Cream *
Ibuprofen (Advil Tablets/Liquid *
Insect Repellent *
Pepto-Bismol Tablets/Liquid (Non-Aspirin tablets for campers 12 years and under) *
Sunscreen *
Does your camper use an EpiPen *
For example: if a reaction occurs, please try benadryl first then the EpiPen if the reactions continues to worsen or shows little to no improvement.
Please be specific. All prescription medicines must be in their original prescription bottle. If possible, send only the amount necessary for the camper's stay. The bottle will be returned when the camp week is complete.
Camp Week Attending *
Only ONE camp week per camper can be selected and granted to give everyone an opportunity to attend. Be sure to select the correct age group for your Camper. 12 year olds may choose Junior Camp or Teen camp but not both. ** If the week you desire is NOT listed, you may come to Camper Check-In and if there is space available we will have you complete the registration at Camper Check-In.
Medical Authorization & Assumption of Risk & Indemnity Agreement
By registering your child for any event you are agreeing to the following statements: In the case of a medical emergency, I hereby give my permission to have the staff member in charge hospitalize my child and/or secure a licensed physician, surgeon, or anesthetist to provide the necessary care for my child as named on this registration form. I certify my child is in good physical health and is able to participate in the entire camping program, except for the activities listed as restricted. I understand and agree that I will be responsible for any and all expenses associated with providing medical care for my child. I am aware that during certain events and activities on Camp Eagle property, there may be inherent risks associated with this as well as any other outdoor activity. These events include, but are not limited to, High and Low Ropes Courses, Swimming, Hiking, Challenge Courses, Team Building Exercises, games, paintball, The “Blob”, Hay Rides, archery, BB guns, tomahawk throwing, sling shots, and all other camp related activities. Since Camper safety is of utmost importance to the Camp Eagle Staff, I agree that once made aware of the rules, regulations, and standards as set forth by Camp Eagle instructors, I will abide by them or accept dismissal without the benefit of refund for refusing to follow such rules. In consideration of and as part payment for the right to participate in these events and activities, I have and do hereby assume all risks and will hold Camp Eagle and its sponsoring organization, Shenandoah Baptist Church, (along with all employees or agents of Camp Eagle and Shenandoah Baptist Church), harmless from any and all liability, actions, causes of action, debts, claims and demands of every kind and nature whatsoever which I now have or which may arise from or in connection with my and/or my child’s participation in outdoor program activities arranged for me and/or others by Camp Eagle. The terms hereof shall serve as a RELEASE AND ASSUMPTION OF RISKS and INDEMNITY for my heirs, executors, and administrators and for all members of my family. If the participant is a minor, the undersigned parent or guardian gives permission for said minor to participate in events and activities sponsored by Camp Eagle and accept all risks as stated above. I hereby give permission for my child(ren) to be photographed or videotaped while participating in the events at Camp Eagle. I give Camp Eagle and their agents permission to use or distribute such photographs or video for any reasonable purpose including advertising or promotion. I understand this consent complies with Section 8.01-40 of the Code of Virginia or its equivalent. I have carefully read all the information from the Summer Guidelines and agree to cooperate and comply in all these areas. I understand that violations in any of these areas may result in the campers dismissal from Camp Eagle.
Parental Consent *
Parental Consent
I Agree