Rates and Campership


Tiered Pricing for Youth Camps

Realizing that families have differing abilities to pay for camp, Procter uses tiered pricing for summer camp. Procter will always work with families and churches to provide campership funds to make camp available to all regardless of financial ability to pay. This fee structure relies on the honor system, we trust you to make the best choice for your family. The rate your family pays is confidential; all campers receive the same camp experience regardless of which tier you choose. 

Subsidized Cost

Does not reflect the true cost of Procter’s summer operations. The Subsidized rate is available thanks to mission share funds, Friends of Procter, and other Diocesan support.


Direct Cost

Covers our direct program costs, camp staff stipends, food and administrative costs.

True Cost

Families who can afford to pay the true cost are encouraged to do so.

This rate more closely accounts for the full cost of camp after Diocesan support for the program. You help Procter make needed upgrades and continue to grow in the future.


For families unable to pay the Subsidized Rate.

Procter and the Diocese of Southern Ohio will always make camp accessible for all campers, adults and children, regardless of ability to pay. 

Goals for Tiered Pricing and Campership

Accessibility To work towards making our camp community reflective of all the people in our Diocese, and make a camp experience possible for all families.

Sustainability To ensure our camp program and facilities are sustainable for generations of campers to come.

Community At Procter Camp we encourage radical hospitality, function as an intentional community, and practice welcoming each other as if we are welcoming Jesus. We believe we are modeling the way the world could be, where everyone is embraced and valued for their authentic selves, regardless of their socio-economic background.

About Campership

Initially, families are asked to contribute 1/3rd of the camp fees, Procter contributes 1/3rd for Camperships and ideally a parish sponsors the camper with the last 1/3rd. The 1/3rd family contribution is negotiable, however each family is required to make some amount of financial investment.

Indicate you are requesting Campership during the registration process. Download the Campership Planning Form. Complete the Planning form in conversation with your clergy or parish admin (if applicable) and return it to Procter as soon as possible. Your registration will not be complete until Procter has your Planning Form on file. 

Rates for Family Camp

Rates at Family Camp are based on which accommodations you choose, and the size of your family. 

  • Blanchard Commons and Cabins 4 and 5 (referred to collectively as the cabins) have shared bathrooms, common rooms to gather and 6 private bedrooms. Bedrooms in the cabins have a mix of bunkbeds and twin beds. Each cabin can sleep 10-16 people. Depending on family size, multiple families are typically assigned to or request to share a cabin. Cabins have whole house fans (no air conditioning), and families supply their own towels and bedding.
  • The Conference Center hotel rooms have two double beds, a private bathroom, and air conditioning. Towels and bedding are provided. When Family Camps fill up, we place families of four in one hotel room, to maximize space. 

The first two people in your party to register, regardless of age, pay a set amount. Each additional camper is $85 (Conference Center) or $75 (Cabin).

If your family is unable to pay Family Camp Fees please apply for Campership. The Diocese and Procter are committed to making camp accessible for all.

Camp Forms

Visit the Forms and Documents page for Campership information, health forms, and the camper handbooks.