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Arrival is 2:00 PM on Sunday. Campers cannot be received before this, as staff will be preparing for camp and will be unable to supervise campers. Awards ceremony begins on Wednesday at 11:00 AM with departure beginning at 2:00 PM. Please call if you will be late on the last day.
Sheets/blanket or sleeping bag (single bed)
Tennis shoes (2 pair)
Water shoes (flip flops, sport sandals, etc.)
Modest swimsuits (2)
Toiletry bag or gallon ziplock bag labeled with camper name
Luggage labeled with camper name
Menus have been approved by a registered dietician and are designed to provide a balanced and nutritious diet. Camp is equipped with a modern kitchen, which is operated by an experienced and well-trained staff. Please note on the Camp Health Form if your child has any food allergies or other food related issues. Please do not send food with your child. Every camper will receive two snacks each day.
Campers must be able to both function independently and as part of a group. They must be able to comprehend and follow basic instructions, have an understanding of natural hazards (for example: roads, lakes and heights) and be able to change clothes and use restroom facilities without assistance. Campers who continue to display problem behavior will be removed from the camp without a refund.
All medications must be given to the health officer upon arrival at camp. The health officer will be responsible for properly administering the medicine on a daily basis, as directed by a physician or parent. All medications are kept under lock and key. (Exceptions may be made for inhalers or Epi-pens.) Pack all medicine in a Ziplock bag with the camper's name on the bag. Please include in the bag all medication, and a notecard. On the notecard please have campers name, medicine name, dosage, time of day that medicine is given, and any special instructions.
If your child has allergies, please indicate them on the Camp Health Form and let the counselor know. We regularly accommodate children with food and other allergies.
All campers are screened upon arrival at camp for good health prior to admission. We ask that no camper come to camp ill or with any contagious condition. We reserve the right to send your camper home if they become ill, develop any contagious condition (such as pink eye or head lice) or if they are unable to participate in the major activities of camp. If your camper cannot remain at camp due to health reasons, you will not receive a refund of camp fees.
If a camper suffers an injury or illness that requires a trip to the hospital, the parent or guardian will be notified as quickly as possible.
Parents can help their child adjust to camp by letting them know that they expect them to have fun at camp. They can also encourage them to meet new friends and learn new things. It is best not to promise a camper that they can come home if they do not like camp. We also discourage campers from making or receiving calls from home, especially if homesick. We have found that calls from home make the adjustment to camp more difficult. Our staff works hard to help campers adjust to camp by making sure they are involved in team building and fun activities. If an emergency situation arises at home, we ask that you contact the camp director. No camper cell phones are allowed at camp.
American Camping Association standards for certified lifeguards are met during all swim times. Life jackets are required for those in a canoe, kayak, boat or tube. Life jackets are provided.
We offer refunds minus a $100 non-refundable deposit until four weeks before the program begins. This policy exists because we must purchase supplies, shirts, food and materials for your child in the weeks leading up to camp. This policy is strictly enforced.
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