Register for Big Stuf 2019

This week continues to be one of the biggest spiritual highlights for young Mungarians year after year. It is a non-stop fun, high-energy, Jesus-filled week at the beach where no matter who you are or where you come from, you will be challenged to think about yourself, the world, and God differently. The cost for the incredible week is only $410/camper, which includes all expenses while away and an awesome Munger Summer t-shirt and Munger Youth water bottle.

Trust us—you do not want to miss out on this week! Below you will find some FAQs along with a link to help you get registered today!

BigStuf Camp FAQs


We will travel via charter buses. We plan to load up at 12:01 AM July 11 and return at 11:59 PM July 15. Once we are at BigStuf all camp sessions and activities will be at the host-site.


Boardwalk Beach Hotel
9600 S Thomas Dr
Panama City Beach, FL 32408


A $100 non-refundable deposit is due upon registration. The remaining balance of $310 is due no later than May 5th, 2019.


While $410 is a tremendous value for an all-inclusive week away for beach camp, it is still a lot of money. We are sensitive to the fact that many families have multiple youth in their family and/or may be in a financial situation where that amount is not doable. We want this trip to be accessible to every single youth who wants to go.

A number of partial scholarships are available. Please contact for more information. Please do not hesitate to ask for this. We never want finances to be the reason that any youth misses out on this week.


The actual cost of this trip has been underwritten by designations from the church budget as well as financial gifts from various Mungarians who believe in the ministry that takes place at BigStuf. Special thanks to those individuals and families. If you would like to participate in BigStuf Camp by making a contribution to the scholarship fund, please contact We greatly appreciate your willingness to invest in the lives of Munger’s youth.


In addition to the incredible group of adults from our church headed to beach camp with our youth, BigStuf has it’s own full-time camp staff to help make sure campers are constantly supervised and safe.


See for a detailed breakdown of our time at camp.


The reason for our dress code is so the focus of the camp will not be altered. We want to keep camp with as little distractions as possible.

Guys, here are some parameters to follow:
Please make sure all attire is modest & appropriate.
No speedos or anything that semi-resembles a speedo.
Unless at the beach or pool, wear a shirt at all times that completely covers the chest & torso.
No sagging of shorts, pants or swim trunks.

Girls, here are some parameters to follow:
Please make sure all attire is modest & appropriate.
One piece bathing suits (no cutouts) or tankini’s that fully cover the stomach.
Stomach should be covered at all times.
All shirts, dresses, & rompers should have a modest neckline.
Shorts & rompers must have at least a 3” inseam.
Skirts, dresses, & rompers should keep you fully covered when bending over.

It is of great importance that parents help us enforce this as your kids are packing. If students do not follow the dress code, BigStuf staff & interns hold the right to ask students to change into appropriate clothing—a problem we don’t ever want to hear about with our group.


Students need to bring beach towels, sunscreen, water bottle (one will be provided but having a backup is not a bad idea), flip-flops, bathing suit, shorts, t-shirts, Bibles & journals. Bed linens & bath towels are provided in the hotel rooms. Students may also want to bring extra spending money for snacks, arcade games, & the BigStuf Store.