Camping Information

Whether you are camping, counseling, or just looking for directions to the park, find what you need here. If you still can't find your answers, feel free to contact us by email.


Download the PDF file below that pertains to your stay.

Mail completed form to:
Faith of a Mustard Seed Ministry
P.O. Box 563
English, IN 47118

Camping how to's


Camper Supply

  • Don't forget your Bible
  • Tooth Brush
  • Towels
  • Soap
  • Deodorant
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Sunglasses
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Pillow
  • Blanket
  • Sunblock lotion
  • Hat
  • Pancho & Rain Boots
    (If you have them)
  • Lawn Chair
  • Walking Shoes & Socks
  • Money (Artist will have CD's for sale)
  • Flashlight
  • Extras: Camera, Cards, Games, Football, Frisbee, etc.
  • And yes, don't forget your teddy bear!


Youth Leader Responsiblities

  • Provide all transportation to and from scheduled events.
  • Assure enough tents for the entire group.
  • Complete all assigned paperword and mail to:
    Faith of a Mustard Seed Ministry
    P.O. Box 563
    English, IN 47118
    Adult Volunteer Form
  • Provide enough leaders to keep watch over the entire group. (We like to keep somewhere in the 3-1 to 5-1 ratio)
Youth Leaders


Sycamore Springs Park

717 West Tunnel Hill Rd., English, IN 47118

Sycamore Springs Park was first open to the public in 1997 and was largely undeveloped. It is a free public park operated by The Clayton Roberson Family Foundation. The park now has 11 shelter houses, many playgrounds, a ball field, baptism area in Little Blue River, chapel, "The Village" (consisting of a school house, playhouse, and town hall), 3 restrooms, and 2 large shower houses with toilet facilities.

There is no charge to enter the park. Firewood is free for the campers. We are a family park and do not permit alcohol in the park. The park opens at 8:00 AM and is locked at 8:30 PM. We insist that anyone not sleeping in the park be out when we lock the gates at 8:30 (9:30 on Friday and Saturday nights).