How soon do I need to register my camper? We recommend registering your camper as soon as a decision has been made as to which camp will be attended. You are more likely to secure a spot if you register early. Some of our camps have limited availability or are more popular and fill up quickly. Contact Carolyn Lynch, the Camp Registrar at 401 294.6318 ext. 106 or firstname.lastname@example.org
What time does registration start? Overnight registration is 3-4 p.m. on Sunday afternoon. Please wear comfortable shoes because there is some walking involved in settling your camper in. Campers should wear their swimsuit so they can take their swim test. Day Camp registration is 8-8:45 a.m. on Monday morning.
What time is pick up? Overnight pick up is at 5 p.m. on Friday afternoon. Please remember to see your child's counselor to sign-out and the camp nurse to pick up any medications. Day Camp pick up is 5 p.m. every day, Monday-Friday. Please remember to sign-out each day.
What activities do you (campers) do? Some of the activities that are available to campers are swimming, field games, crafts, hiking, low ropes course, archery, boating, Bible study, nature activities, team building games, and singing.
For Day Camp: Your child should have a backpack to hold their lunch, snack, towel, bathing suit, sunscreen and water bottle.
Do I need to pack a lunch for Day Camp? You can pack a lunch for your camper, or for $20/week we will provide a hot lunch. We ask that you pack a separate lunch for each child as we do not allow campers to share or trade lunch items due to allergies. We are a peanut free camp.
What do I (camper) need to bring? A completed health form signed by the doctor, all medications your child will need to take while at camp (in their original containers). If your child had a physical for school, that form is acceptable.
For Overnight Camp a sleeping bag or blanket(s) and pillow 2 bathing suits (recommended) 2 towels (1 for swimming and 1 for shower) soap and shampoo pants, shorts, socks, underwear, long sleeve and short sleeve shirts for the week sunscreen and bug repellant water bottle toothbrush and toothpaste flashlight 2 pair (recommended) of sturdy, closed toe shoes with a back (i.e. not clogs, crocs, or sandals please) flip flops for shower other personal items as needed.
How will I know if my child is ok? Parents/Guardians will be notified under the following three circumstances: - If your child is having difficulty working through homesickness - If your child is having significant disciplinary issues - If your child has an illness or injury which prevents them from being able to participate in regular camp program activity
Is there a Lost & Found? Yes. Items found during the week are displayed adjacent to the pick up area. Unclaimed items are laundered and stored until the end of the camping season. Any items that are still unclaimed at the end of the camping season will be donated.