Children of deaf adults camps
You will need money for: Cowboy Cookouts and trail rides (see below), snacks, souvenirs, books, DVDs, etc. While campers may bring cell phones with them for use on the trip, they will be required to turn them in to their counselor for the duration of the camp week.
Radios, CD/MP3/DVD players, skate-boards, bikes, or rollerblades. From its beginning the Ranch has encouraged its guests to honor the Lord in appearance.
The Ranch takes pride in the quality of food served; it’s guaranteed to be the best camp food you have ever had.
Youth groups stay together in our recently air conditioned cabins.
Each room is equipped with its own restroom and showers.
Information and instructions for taking medication should be sent on registration card.
Diabetics or others on special diets must bring their own foodstuffs if supplement beyond regular meal is desired.
Plan to be on the Ranch for the first meal and first service.A good beginning is important to the success of the entire camp. The first meal is served at PM; the first service is at 8 PM.The camp week ends after the last service Friday night. The Ranch will provide transportation from the Nashville Airport, Bus Station, or Murfreesboro Bus Station at per person per trip ( each way if group of 4 or more). A: All church counselors must be at least 20 years old or married.Every morning and evening, deaf young people will enjoy clear, simple, Bible messages in ASL from deaf evangelists Ronnie Rice and Allen Snare.Nathan Mc Connell (Deaf Camp Director for Bill Rice Ranch) and other experienced staff also teach in these services using Total Communication.Our summer staff counselors , including some who are deaf themselves, are well trained.