HEALTH AND SAFETY

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Safety is our top priority at camp. We have made accommodations and follow all CDC and state/county health guidelines to ensure the health and well-being of all campers, families, and staff while upholding our standard of quality care and outdoor fun! We know our children need camp more than ever for their physical, emotional and psychological well-being. We are the camp for you - thank you for choosing us.

  • We had a successful, COVID-free 2020 summer season!

  • Camp staff have completed courses, webinars and classes offered by the American Camp Association and other organizations on how to keep our campers safe. Staff continue to stay on the pulse of changing guidelines and practices.

  • Limited sized units of up to 20 campers optimize social distancing practices while keeping quality fun! When not socially distanced, campers wore masks.

  • Unit Leaders are equipped with hand sanitizer, sanitizing wipes, and a mask to help mitigate risk. They have been trained on how and when to use these supplies.

  • Specialists utilize face shields and masks when instructing campers within 6-feet.

  • A group (unit) exclusively travels together for their activities and stays together all week. There is no co-mingle with other units. Campers sanitize their hands after each activity.

  • All equipment will be sanitized after each use.

  • Each unit holds their own flag ceremony at their unit.

  • Drop-off is carpool-line style. Upon arrival, we ask families to complete a brief health survey and take temperatures of campers. Campers sanitize their hands before they enter camp.

  • Restrooms are equipped with cans of disinfectant and sanitizing wipes are at each restroom door so counselors can spray toilet handles, door handles and faucets.

  • Pick-up is structured so adults remain in their cars and have their campers brought to them.

  • To ensure the safety of all campers, we ask that you practice safe social distancing while away from camp, use face-coverings and be aware of where you go.

  • If your camper is ill or injured and needs to be sent home, you will be called and are required to make arrangements for your child to be picked up in a reasonable amount of time.

  • If a child is ill, shows flu-like symptoms, has a fever or is vomiting, the camper MUST be picked up and cannot return to camp until she/he is symptom-free for 72 hours without medication.