Silverado
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Frequently Asked Questions

Is Pine Cove affiliated with a specific church?

No. Pine Cove is an inter-denominational camp run by a board of directors. Our board members and staff have many different denominational backgrounds. Our desire is to focus on what unites us and not what divides us.

What does Pine Cove believe?

Pine Cove's Statement of Faith is posted in the About Us section. Check it out.

Is Pine Cove going to take good care of my child?

Yes! We understand the great responsibility parents entrust to us and we work very hard to make camp a safe place. Our counselors are screened through lengthy interviews, background checks, and references. Pine Cove has one of the lowest camper: counselor ratios out there so that our staff can easily supervise and get to know all of our campers. We also spend almost 2 weeks before summer thoroughly training our staff in efforts to ensure that each camper has the best and safest week of camp possible.

What grades attend Silverado?

Silverado is for students entering 2nd-5th grade in the Fall of 2017.

Do younger kids room with the older kids?

We have designated cabins for each grade level; however, due to the breakdown of campers registered in some weeks, there may be two back-to-back grades in one cabin.

Can my child stay in the same cabin as his friends?

You bet! We allow up to four campers to put in a request to room together.

Is Silverado similar to the Towers in Tyler?

Yes. It is very similar in activities and quality of counselors. The difference is mostly in the feel of the property, topic of Bible study, and types of theme nights.

Is Pine Cove a non-profit camp?

Yes. Pine Cove is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization.

Are scholarships available?

Yes. Pine Cove fund raises extensively for our scholarship program. Check out how to apply or how to give.

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When Can I Come?

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