A new-to-HoneyRock friend is someone who comes from a family who has never sent a child to a HoneyRock camper program before.
From now until May 15, we're offering to fill your Beehive camp store account with $30 if you can find a new-to-HoneyRock friend to sign up for camp with you! We can't leave your friend out so we'll fill their Beehive account with money, too!
|Program||You Get||Your Friend Gets|
|Any Overnight Program||$30||$30|
Invite a Friend FAQs
In your Registration Dashboard, you'll find a section titled "Invite a Friend".
Anytime before May 15, you can update this section with the people you have invited to summer camp. It's important to note: we don't send your friend an invitation, that's up to you! By including their name and (parent's) email in the form you're enabling us to give the Beehive credit.
Yes! You will then become the "inviter" and can invite as many new-to-HoneyRock friends as you'd like. For every new friend you invite (and attends a 2021 program) you'll both get $30 added to your Beehive.
This offer is for campers of new families. This means a younger sibling wouldn't be included in the invite a friend offer. Make sure to check out our financial assistance page to learn about scholarship opportunities.
Your friend must attend a summer 2021 program for you to receive the $30 Beehive credit. If, for some reason, they decide not to or cannot attend, the Beehive credit will be removed.
To be included in the Invite a Friend offer, the inviter and the invitee must make their deposits by May 15th.
You can invite as many friends as you want! You'll receive $30 for each friend you invite if they attend a 2021 summer program and each of your friends will receive $30.
For example: You invite two friends and they both attend a 2021 overnight program - you will receive $60 to the Beehive and your friends will each receive $30.
Yes! Log into your account, select your camper's registration for this upcoming summer and scroll down to the section titled Invite a Friend (Optional). Answer the questions and we'll fill your Beehive if the friend(s) attend. Make sure to remind the friend to do the same!
Helpful Information for New-to-HoneyRock Families
While the biggest help to a new-to-camp parent is you (and your camper!) sharing your own experiences, we've provided some helpful information and links below!
Share Some Stats from HoneyRock
While your experience is the most important to share, you can loop in what other camper parents think, too. When asked how their campers grew at HoneyRock, here’s what last summer’s parents said:
- 93% grew in connecting God’s Word with their daily lives
- 100% grew in personal character
- 99% grew in engagement with daily activities and events
- 96% grew in their desire to serve others
- 100% grew in a willingness to face challenges
How do we know this? Every summer we conduct a comprehensive evaluation and assessment of our summer camp programming. This includes surveying camper parents, summer staff, and our professional team. Summer camp programming at HoneyRock, while grounded in our unchanging core values, is refined year after year to meet the needs of campers and their parents.
Share Photos of HoneyRock
We've created a short "tour" of HoneyRock so that you can share some of your favorite spots and activities. Where do you find it? Click the button below!
For Parents: Share a Guide from HoneyRock
While we have new campers in every program at HoneyRock, there are two programs that see the highest number: Intro-Res Camp and Advance Camp. We've created two guides for parents who might be interested in those programs. Check them out below!
- If your friend is on the fence about their child's first overnight camp experience, share 5 Signs Your Child is Ready for Camp.
- If your friend has an 8th grader, share 3 Ways to Prepare Your 8th Grader for High School.
Considering Overnight Camp for the First Time?
How do you know your child is ready for overnight camp? That's one of the most popular questions our first-time camper parents ask. We've put together a guide that will walk you through five things your camper can do to prepare them for their first overnight camp experience.