Frequently Asked Questions

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I register for camp?
There are three ways to register for camp: online, by mail or phone. Simply call 701-250-9964 to register and pay by credit card, or mail in a registration form. Online registration can be found by clicking Register. (The registration form is found on the second to last page of the PDF.)

Where is camp located?
Cross Training is not affiliated with any one school or church in the area. Each week of camp may differ in location so please review the Cross Training Brochure or visit the webpages to find your appropriate camp times and location.

Can I pay by credit card?
Cross Training will accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover. You can also pay by check or money order. Please do not mail in cash.

What if my child gets sick or homesick during camp?
If your son or daughter becomes ill during camp, or becomes homesick, they will be encouraged to call home and check-in with you. Cross Training also keeps the database on location, so they have parents' home and work phone numbers.

What if there is an emergency and I need to reach my child at camp?
Parents are welcome to call the Cross Training office, or the office at which the camp is being held at:

Cross Training - 250-9964
Shiloh Christian - 221-2104
YMCA - 255-1525

What do they eat for lunch?
If you have registered for a session that includes lunch, campers can expect to eat well! Each day is different, but some examples of what has been served in the past are: Subway sandwiches, pizza, hamburgers, BBQ sandwiches, taco in a bag, etc. Each day, they also have their choice of salad bar, fruits, and a sandwich station.

What if my son/or daughter has a food allergy?
If your son or daughter is allergic to certain foods, please let the Cross Training administrator know ahead of time by calling 701-250-9964. We will make accommodations prior to the start date of camp.

Who will be coaching?
Most of the coaches have not only grown up through the Cross Training program, but they have been trained and managed by years of experience. Specific camps like Individual Instruction and Overnight Extreme are higher caliber camps where coaches gather from all over the region to bring you the best instruction and camp experiences out there! You can expect only the best from the coaching team.

What denomination is Cross Training?
Cross Training is not affiliated with any one church or school. They are a non-denominational program that preaches the good news of Jesus Christ to all who will listen. Cross Training creates a positive environment for your child to grow and learn, without the pressures of any denominational title.

How can I become a Cross Training coach?
For more information about joining the Cross Training team of coaches, please email crosstraining@midconetwork.com or simply fill out an Application Form and return it to the Cross Training office.

What are ways to raise money for camp?
Cross Training completely understands that times are tough right now, so here are a few ideas for fundraising your camp experience: Visit with your church pastor, send letters out to friends and family explaining this faith-based camp experience, or visit with your school to see if there are any scholarship opportunities available.

Any further questions not addressed through FAQ's please email crosstraining@midconetwork.com.