We know questions come up as families plan their stay at Aspen Grove.  This guide includes answers to many questions and gives an idea of what to expect at camp.  Please feel free to give our office a call at (801) 225-9554, or email us if you have further questions.

When You Arrive

Upon your arrival at Aspen Grove, you will check in at our main office. You may check in Saturday from 3:00 to 5:00 PM. When you check in, you will receive your lodging assignment and an onsite packet with additional information about the week you will spend with us.  Dinner is served at 5:00 PM. If you plan on arriving after 6:00 PM, please eat before you come. An Onsite orientation at the beginning of each session will review safety and emergency procedures. 

Checkout is Friday before 10:00 AM.

What to Bring

The proper equipment and clothing will make your stay at Aspen Grove pleasant. Please use Church standards as a guideline in swimwear and casual wear. Our atmosphere of informality lends itself perfectly to T-shirts and jeans. Evenings in the mountains get chilly, so please bring a sweater or light jacket. A raincoat or poncho is also appropriate. Remember to bring clothing and/or footwear for specialized activities (e.g., swimsuit, hiking boots, tennis shoes, and aqua socks).  You will find towels, wash clothes, and basic toiletries in your rooms. 


  • Church clothes for Sunday worship
  • Sport clothes, sweaters
  • Swimsuits (modest, covering the midriff for women)
  • Swim bags
  • Umbrellas, ponchos
  • Hiking boots
  • Water bottle (for each participant)
  • Flashlight
  • Sunscreen
  • Toiletries (soap, shampoo, etc.)
  • Laundry soap
  • Special medication
  • Backpack
  • Flip flops for restroom and swimming area
  • Fishing gear (optional)
  • Nightlight (optional)
  • Yoga mat (optional)

What NOT to Bring

Please leave your pets at home or a kennel. We simply don't have accommodations for them at Aspen Grove.  We are ADA complient, but please notify us of any service animals attending with you.  Emotional Support Animals are not covered under ADA public access, so please leave them at home.