Be a Host Home

Host a 75 minute camp in your front or back yard

What is a Host Home?

Being a Host Home is a simple, yet extremely important part of the Camp 75 experience! As a Host Home, we ask that you host a Camp 75 camp in your front or back yard for the 4 days of Camp 75 (July 15th - July 18th), invite neighbors and friends to attend (with invite tools we will provide), attend one of the trainings and provide a small snack for the students and kiddos at your camp each day. There are 3 different time slots to choose from: 10:00 - 11:15 am, 5:45 - 7:00 pm, or 7:30 - 8:45 pm.

Already registered? Here's a pre Camp 75 checklist!

Your number one priority as a Host Home is to invite friends, neighbors, and everyone in between with kids to come to your camp. Here's a few invite tools to print, use on social media, or even email. You'll can hard copy invites when you attend the Host Home training.

General Invites
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10:00 AM Invites
5:45 PM Invites
7:30 PM Invites
Attend a Training

Make sure to attend a training. Even if you didn't RSVP for it, feel free to show up!

Monday, July 1st @ 6:30PM

Sunday, July 7th & 12:45PM

Thursday, July 11th @ 6:30PM

All trainings are at Northpoint Church


1320 Arrow Point Dr. Ste 201

Cedar Park, Texas 78613

Other Details & Resouces
Best Practices & Tips

Here's a comprehensive list of best practices and tips to hosting Camp 75 both leading up to, and the week of Camp 75

Final Checklist

Here's a helpful day-of checklist for host homes to make sure you're ready to go each day for camp.

Attendance Sheet

This is an extra attendance sheet in case you misplace the one from your folder.

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