Visiting Teen Missions


Oct – May (Open to the Public)

Visitor tours are available from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday from October through May. If you are interested in visiting during Boot Camp, please see below. When visiting we ask that you sign in at the Front Office and someone will be available to give you a tour of the offices, Retreat Center and Boot Camp property.

Click on the map to the right to view/print directions.






June – July (Open to Pastors & Parents/Guardians | Commissioning Service open to the public)

WHO MAY VISIT: Parents and accompanying family members, legal guardians and pastors are permitted to visit during Boot Camp. No boyfriends or girlfriends, please.

WHEN TO VISIT: Parents are permitted a total of three visits, including Commissioning. Visiting hours are 5:00 p.m. through the evening rally. All visitors must register at the Front Office and receive a visitor’s badge that is to be worn at all times while visiting.

Visitors may not take team members from Boot Camp at any time.


  • Bring a water bottle for each visitor (no ice) and insect repellent!
  • Food, drinks (other than water) and care packages may not be brought into Boot Camp.
  • Visitors must comply with the dress code for the Lord’s Boot Camp. Shorts are not permitted (except for small children). Tank tops, sleeveless blouses or shirts; sun dresses, short skirts (above the knee), etc. will not be permitted. Shirts are required. We ask that you keep an appropriate change of clothes in your car so you can change upon arrival if necessary.
  • Closed shoes are required, no flip-flops. Good walking shoes are the best.
  • No clothing or other items may be received or exchanged for team members or leaders. A team member’s dirty laundry may not be taken out of Boot Camp to be washed.
  • Smoking, cell phones or electronic devices of any kind are not permitted on Boot Camp property. Pets are also not permitted at Boot Camp.
  • NOTE: Teen Missions reserves the right to refuse admittance to anyone who does not comply with these guidelines.



2018 Commissioning Dates and Visitor Hours

Teens | Preteens


  • Family arrival beginning at 1:00 pm Saturday, June 30th, 2018
  • Open to Public beginning at 5:00 pm Saturday, June 30th, 2018


The Commissioning Services are open to the general public.

  • PARKING REGULATIONS: Once you enter the parking lot you will not be able to move your car until after the Commissioning Service. If you must leave early, please inform the parking attendant before parking so he can park you in a different area. For the safety of those boarding the buses by candlelight, visitors are not allowed to move their vehicles from the parking area until all the buses have departed. All visitors will say good-bye before approaching the bus loading area.
  • CARE PACKAGES: Food items and care packages may be brought for team members and leaders to be received AFTER the Commissioning Service. There will be designated places for these items to be put until then. All items must be clearly marked with the team members’ name, team name, and number.  Note: Packages are NOT allowed to be mailed to the team member at Boot Camp, during project time or at Debrief. This includes Commissioning Day packages. Many times the food cannot be consumed before the team member leaves and it goes to waste. 
  • CAMERAS: No cameras – still or video (with or without flash) – will be permitted during the candlelight service.


  1. I have a few questions…
    -would we have to pack 2 months worth of things like shampoo or other things like that or is it provided
    -do you provide a fund raising program or do we do that our self?
    -What all does or registration fee and our project expense go to?

    • Mikayla, You can purchase most of those items overseas at your expense. You might go through one bottle of shampoo. We provide prayer cards and letters to help you raise your support. You can also do car washes, garage sales, etc. Be creative! The registration fee covers your initial packet (prayer cards, letters, etc.) and postage. Your project expense goes to travel, food, work funds, etc. It does not cover your round-trip transportation to/from FL.

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