COVID-19 safety guidelines, health standards, and expectations from guests are constantly changing. Over the past two summers, basic mitigation tactics implemented across our program have allowed us to operate free from COVID-19. Our hope is that Camp will feel as normal as possible for our campers so that they don’t notice the behind-the-scenes changes that help mitigate COVID-19. At this point, we plan to continue some similar basic mitigation tactics implemented last summer, but we will of course consider state and local heath guidelines. Click the link below to read our COVID-19 Health Plan.
What will I need to monitor before arriving to camp?
We will asking you to monitor your camper’s health for 14 days before their camp session begins. This includes daily temperature and symptom checks. As always, there is a health check on the first day of overnight camp as well. A child who tests positive for COVID-19 before coming to summer camp must isolate for 5 days and be at least 24 hours fever free before attending summer camp. If the COVID-19 infection is within the two week period of attending Camp, we recommend getting tested to ensure the safety of our camp community. Actively symptomatic campers will not be able to attend camp unless they provide a negative test.
How will camper check-in and pick-up be different?
People will be asked to wait in their vehicles upon arrival until they are escorted to begin check-in so that registration is not a congested line. We request that limited persons be brought in dropping off your camper and prefer that only one adult drop-off a camper(s). We also encourage mailing in health forms and canteen deposits prior to reduce check-in wait times. We will be returning to normal practices at the week’s end for overnight campers. Families are invited to brunch, but we ask that you limit the amount of people coming to pick up your camper to 2 people. After brunch, the closing program will commence at the Amphitheater.