We have a variety of programs available for children ranging in age from 3 1/2 to those entering 12th grade. We are unable to accept campers younger than 3 1/2 years by the start of the camp session due to our licensing requirements. All campers must be potty-trained.
If staying for a full day, your child should bring a nut-free lunch. All campers should bring nut-free snacks for morning and/or afternoon each day. Nut-free snacks are provided to all campers staying for After Care.
From time to time, the nurse must determine whether to send a child home. In such cases the child’s health, as well as the risk to the other members of the camp community, is considered. When it is determined that a child cannot remain in camp, the nurse will contact the parent or guardian first. If they cannot be reached, the emergency contact will be called. The expectation is that the child will be picked up by the parent, guardian or emergency contact within an hour. As a result, it is important to have pick-up plans with emergency contacts in place.
Yes. Changes can be made up to two Sundays before the start of each camp week. See Registration Policies for a list of dates. A $10 fee per camper will be applied for each change. The non-refundable deposit or full payment can be transferred to the new camp that is being added but cannot be transferred to a camp you have already registered for. If switching to a lower priced camps within two weeks of the camp start date, refunds will not be given for the difference and additional charges may apply.
Non-refundable deposits are due for each camp upon registration and are required to reserve space in a camp session. Deposits will be applied to the total cost of the camp. Final payments for all camps are due on or before June 1.
We do not offer Before Care but have After Care until 5:30 each day. You must pre-register for it at least two Sundays before your camp week begins. Please see the closing dates in the Registration section on the website's Policies page. Space is limited, and registration for After Care is on a first-come, first-served basis. Daily drop-in is not available, and there is no After Care for half day, morning only camps.
For safety reasons, our buildings will be locked after drop-off. If you are arriving late, park and call the camp office at 443-321-2575. We will have your child's counselor meet you at the front door of the building where there camp is based.
Call the Camp Office at 443-321-2575 once you have arrived and parked. Since the buildings will be locked, we will contact your child’s counselor and have them meet you at the front door of your camp’s building with your child and their belongings.The person picking up will need to provide the family code as described in General Information Drop-Off and Pick-Up.
You created a four-digit family code during the registration process. A parent/guardian or any other person picking up will need to provide this code to the counselor. Please share your code with your pick up person. Family codes will remain the same throughout the summer. Campers will not be released without it. If you lose your code, please call the camp office for assistance.
At pick-up, counselors will ask you or anyone picking your child up for the four-digit family code that you created in the Household Form during registration. You can find your code later on the upper right side of your Household Account Statement (invoice) under the date and tax id number.
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