For your convenience, our most common customer questions are answered right here.

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Q:  What time is camper drop off and pickup?

A:  Camper drop-off is from 3-5pm on Sunday and pick-up is 6:30pm on Friday.  Families are welcome to join us for dinner at 5:30pm on Friday followed by the closing ceremony.  There will be plenty of Camp staff to greet you when you arrive that will help guide you through registration.


Q:  What do campers need to bring?

A:  Here’s a link to a recommended packing list


Q:  What if my child has food allergies?

A:  We are happy to accommodate any dietary needs with appropriate menu choices while your child is at Camp.  Dietary needs can be identified on the camper application form or just let us know at check-in.


Q:  What is on the menu for summer camp?

A:  Here’s a link to a sample summer camp menu


Q:  What if my child takes daily medication?

A:  We have a Camp Nurse onsite during summer camp.  They will make sure that campers get their daily medications.


Q:  How do you handle a homesick camper?

A:  We understand that this is the first time away from home for many campers.  We take care in helping kids connect and make friends as soon as possible.  If a camper is homesick, our counselors are happy to talk with them to understand their concerns.  If there is not a need to immediately involve the parents, we will usually encourage them to reengage in the day’s activities to reduce their anxiety.  If they are still feeling anxious, our Camp Director will connect with their parents to appraise them of the situation and, at the parents’ preference, arrange a time for parents and camper to talk.  We want what is best for the camper and will honor how the parents wish to proceed.


Q:  What forms need to be completed for along with registration?

A:  There are several forms.  Every camper needs a completed Health Form, Departure Release/Permission to Photograph Form, and Participation Release Form.  All forms can be completed and submitted online at


Q:  Are cell phones allowed?

A:  We do not permit camper to have cell phones.  However, if parents want them to have a phone to call them sometime during the week, we will keep the phone in the office and they can use it to call home at prearranged times.


Q:  What do campers do at summer camp?

A:  The day is full of fun activities.  Here is a link to a schedule for a typical summer camp day