For Safety's Sake

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For Safety's Sake

Animals and Pets

Animals and pets are NOT allowed at camp meetings with the exception of certified assistance animals. Comfort, therapy and emotional support animals DO NOT meet the definition of an assistance animal under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). All assistance animals MUST be registered with Locations during Hispanic and general camp meetings and receive a tag that must be displayed whenever the assistance animal is on the grounds. If you have an assistance animal you MUST clean up after them.

Child Safety

The protection and safety of our children is a top priority. Please keep a close eye on them during your stay here. As an extra safety precaution, parents are encouraged to take a photo of their minor children after they are dressed each morning. If the child becomes separated or lost, that photo can be immediately sent out to the campground staff, making quickly locating the child much easier.

Cooking

Cooking must be done in designated cooking area only. Propane and white gas stoves are allowed. Containers must stay upright and secure at all times. Please have a fire extinguisher on hand for any cooking.

Curfew

Please be respectful of others and observe curfew and quiet time from 11 pm to 7 am daily.

Emergency Vehicles

In the case of an emergency, we ask all campers and visitors to please clear a path for the fire department and/or ambulance. Also please stay clear of emergency vehicles. Thank you for your help!

Parking

Please park in designated parking areas only. Display the parking permit with your name and contact information on the dashboard. If a vehicle is parked improperly, every attempt will be made to reach the owner before the vehicle is towed at the owner's expense.

  • All vehicles parked at an RV site must fit within the marked RV space and in such a way that the neighbors are not impeded or inconvenienced.
  • Vehicles are not to be parked in the tent areas, except while loading or unloading belongings.
  • If you wish to park off-grounds, please park in such a way that does not inconvenience our neighbors. Do not block driveways or roadways, etc. Help us keep a positive relationship with our community!

Prohibited

The following are prohibited on the grounds: firearms, fireworks, alcoholic beverages, smoking, vaping, illegal drugs and marijuana. Also prohibited are bicycles, skateboards, rollerblades and scooters.

Walking

Please be aware that the ground here is uneven and may pose a tripping hazard. Most hazards on paved walk-ways have been marked, however, if you locate a tripping hazard that is not marked, please inform campground staff. If you need to cross Oatfield Road, please use the pedestrian crosswalks at 82nd Drive or Webster Road, rather than jaywalking.

Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi is available throughout the grounds. Connect to the CAMPMEETING network
password
: prontopups2019

Be a Good Neighbor

If you are parking in the Gladstone Community, please do not park in such a way that will block driveways or access roads. Gladstone welcomes us each year as we double their population, so please help us make the impact on the City of Gladstone a positive one!

Animals & Pets

Animals and pets are NOT allowed at camp meetings with the exception of certified assistance animals. Comfort, therapy and emotional support animals DO NOT meet the definition of an assistance animal under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Learn more

Lost & Found

Lost and found items can be turned in at the InfoCenter. Items not claimed by 11 am on Sunday are taken to the Oregon Conference headquarters and held for three (3) months, before being donated to PACS.

Gladstone Gazette

The Gladstone Gazette can be found in the Gazette distribution boxes around campus each morning starting on Tuesday during general camp meeting.