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Pre-Camp Preparation

A healthy camp begins at home! We are asking our camp families to be partners with us in helping start each session with a healthy group of campers. What you do before camp will contribute to our success this summer. … »

Covid-19 Testing

Before arriving at Camp Campers will be asked to provide a printed copy of negative COVID (molecular) PCR test conducted 1 -5 days prior to arrival. Testing 1-3 days prior to your son’s session is preferred. Without proof of an … »

Opening Day

(Updated 5/12) While Opening Day will look a little different as we strive to maintain a safe in-camp community, it is always one of the best days of the year!  To assist in preparing you and your camper, please watch … »

COVID Waiver

Prior to your son’s arrival to camp, we ask that you review our COVID Policies in this section of our website and sign our COVID Waiver.  Click here to sign. We have spent a great deal of time developing our … »

Using the Experts

In order to develop plans and protocols so that we can operate safely in-person this summer, we are working with our state and local health officials along with the CDC and American Camping Association. Here are some of the resources … »

Travel to Camp

It is preferred that campers will travel to camp by personal vehicle. If a camper is planning to fly to camp they must wear a face covering and maintain social distancing at all times during travel.

Who should not come to camp this summer?

We understand this might not be the right summer for your son to attend camp. If a camper or staff member is at higher risk for COVID-19 complications, we highly recommend they consult their medical provider to assess the risk … »

A Closed Community- The Imperfect Bubble

Our safety plans this summer rely on many NPIs (non-pharmaceutical interventions) such as handwashing, social distancing, and importantly our camp “bubble”. Each of these NPIs adds another layer of protection. We also understand that none of these layers can be … »


We are strongly encouraging our staff to become vaccinated before the summer.  We are encouraged by the number of staff that have already been able to get their first dose.  Given our primarily healthy and pediatric camper population we do … »

Closing Day

Closing day will be altered to mitigate COVID-19 and allow for safety to be at the forefront.  Pick-up times will be assigned between 9 and 11:00 am on your camper’s closing day. You will receive your assigned pick-up time after … »