Who will I share my bunk with?
You will share your bunk with other campers your own age or within 1 year of your own age and 1 or 2 counselors.
When is my curfew?
This depends on your age group. Our earliest curfew is 10 pm and the latest curfew 11.30 pm.
What time do we wake up?
Wake up is 7:45 am. There are some days that we will let you sleep in for an extra hour and these days will be announced at camp.
What are the sleeping accommodations?
Campers sleep in bunks of 10-12 which includes counselors. Each bunk has its own large bathroom, plenty of electrical outlets, and ample dresser and closet space to completely unpack your bags. All buildings are climate-controlled with both AC and heat for maximum comfort.
What is visiting day?
At the end of every 2-week session we have a visiting day where multiple performances, exhibitions, and activities take place. Visiting Day is the culmination of a 2-week session and you get to show your parents what you’ve been working on. Parents, other family members, friends et.c are all welcome to visit. Lunch is provided.
What is the tipping policy?
We suggest $30 per bunk counselor every 2 weeks. Of course, you are free to show gratitude and tip any other staff member who you feel deserves a tip.
What and when is a lazy day?
Each 2-week session we have a lazy day. No Majors or Minors are held on these days. The activity we offer on Lazy Day can be an out-of-camp trip to an amusement park or an in-camp carnival.
Our Camper Laundry is open every day where our laundry staff wash, dry, and fold each campers’ laundry individually and have it ready to be picked up by 6pm .
We have a modern medical facility on-site staffed by qualified and experienced medical staff. If you take medication, our medical staff will manage and dispense your medication. If a camper stays in the wellness center all day or overnight, parents are notified. The nearest hospital is 15 minutes from camp.
Mail arrives in camp every day except Sunday via the US POSTAL SERVICE, UPS and FEDEX.
Feel free to use your own email address.
WIFI is available in the living areas.
We do allow cell phones and other devices that access the internet in camp. All devices must stay in the bunk.
A full list of rules will be explained on the first day of camp. There are no major surprises and they are all common-sense rules.
Non-smoking, drug-free camp, alcohol-free camp
We have a zero-tolerance for smoking of any kind including E-Cigarettes, drinking of alcoholic beverages, and use of any non-prescription drug. This also includes ‘in possession of’ or ‘in the presence of’. No tobacco product may be used and any illegal activity will be reported to the appropriate authorities and the individual or individuals removed from camp.
Can a camper extend their time in camp?
Yes, if there’s room we would be happy to extend the session by any length. Remember we can be flexible with dates and can customize your session dates to suit.
What is the difference between a major and a minor?
Majors are chosen after campers have had the chance to sample activities on their first day. The majors stay the same for 2 weeks and are purely instructional. Minors are chosen each morning at breakfast for the day only and are more for fun recreation and exploration.
How do I contact my child in camp?
You can call, text, email, or video call their cell phones or devices. Alternatively, you can call the camp office and leave a message.
How do I contact the camp director?
Call the camp office and leave a message for him to call you back. All calls are returned the same day and usually in the evening unless urgent. Alternatively, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Is there an after-hours emergency number?