Should a camper become ill or injured at camp, the staff will
administer first aid and follow written procedures given by the camp physician.
This may include a visit to a local doctor’s office or emergency
room after hours. If a camper requires a long rest period for recovery
or she cannot remain at camp, she will be sent home. Parents/guardians
are responsible for arranging pickup in a timely manner.
If a camper’s illness or injury is severe, she will be given
emergency care at the scene and be transported to the hospital
When a camper becomes ill or injured, parents/guardians will be
notified of the camper’s condition. In life-threatening situations,
treatment may begin before notification, as indicated on the health
If your camper is exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 you will be asked
to come get your camper immediately and take them to be tested before
returning to camp.
Day Camp-How does check-in work?
On the first
day, you will be asked to park and speak with camp staff to turn in
paperwork and complete a health-check. After the first day, if you
have registered for before/after care, you may simply drop off your
camper between 7:30 a.m.-9:00 a.m. at the check-in station from the
first day. If you have not registered for before/after care, you
will drop off your camper at the same location between 8:50 a.m.-
Day Camp- How does check-out work?
occurs at the same place as check-in. Your photo identification will
be checked every day to ensure that campers are leaving with an
authorized person. Campers will not be permitted to leave with
anyone who is not on the camper pickup form. Pickup is from 4:00
p.m.- 5:30 p.m.for those registered for before/after care. Those not
registered for before/after care must pick up between 4:00 p.m.-4:15 p.m.
Overnight Camp – How does check-in work?
to: instructions for check-in vary depending on your specific
session. You will receive details about check-in from the camp
director approximately two weeks before your session start date.