We want to provide a SpringHill experience for all kids, regardless of financial circumstances or uncertainty. Here are some ways we want to come alongside your family to help your kids experience camp this summer.
It is our desire that no child miss out on a SpringHill camping experience because of financial circumstances. SpringHill financial aid, in the form of a partial assistance grants, are available to those in need.
Financial aid is made possible every year through the generous donations of individuals and organizations. Unfortunately we cannot guarantee financial aid for everyone who applies.
Fill out a financial aid form and send it to us.
Campers who apply for two overnight camp sessions will receive a discount of $75 off the second week.
Overnight Families that register more than two campers from their immediate family (i.e. brother, sister) will receive a discount of $100.00 per additional camper. This discount does not apply to campers attending more than one camp session.
Day Camp Discounts
Day Camp Families that register more than one camper from their immediate family (i.e. brother, sister) will receive a discount of $10-$15 per additional camper (based on location) and will be applied at check out.
Fixed Monthly Amount
You set the monthly amount that you would like withdrawn from your account. The remaining balance will be automatically withdrawn on May 1, 2016.
Monthly Payment Plan
Your total balance will be split evenly based on how many months are left before May 1, 2016. Remaining balance is due May 1, 2016.
If an installment plan would make payment easier, we will be happy to work with you. If you register online, you can set the payment dates in the camper record. Payment in full must be received before camp begins.
If an extension is needed on any of these options, please call SpringHill registration 231.734.2616
Questions about Payment Plans? Contact the registration office:
"Most of the time after school I play my video games, but I like to play outside. Some kids get to go to overnight camp, I hope one of them is me! I can't wait until we sleep in the tent, because I thought that camp was supposed to be when you sleep in the tent."Brent: 7 years old