Cell phones are not allowed at camp, nor are other electronics including apple watch, music players, laptops, tablets, or video games. Any cell phones or electronics found will be confiscated and returned at the end of the session.
Campers may not bring animals or pets to camp. We also ask that parents refrain from bringing pets to check-in and check-out.
Campers may not use or possess drugs, alcohol, or tobacco at camp. Possession or misuse of medication, alcohol, drugs, or tobacco at camp will result in being sent home.
Clothing should be appropriate for an environment with young children and functional for camp activities.
Close-toed shoes are always required, except in the shower or on the beach.
Guns and weapons are prohibited at camp, including toy/squirt guns or anything resembling a gun. Possession of a weapon will result in police involvement and being sent home immediately.
In some cases, campers may bring personal sports equipment, such as an archery bow or riding helmet. Check with camp staff before bringing these to camp. Camp staff will inspect items for safety prior to use.
Photos taken at camp are for personal use only. Please respect the privacy of others by not posting any pictures online. Photos are not allowed inside cabins or bathrooms.
Staff and campers may not exchange contact information, communicate online, or correspond outside of camp, except through the camp’s mailing address. If you choose to allow your child to communicate with staff members outside of camp, you take responsibility for that relationship.
Campers may not bring personal vehicles to camp. Parents are asked to keep to the 10 mph speed limit on the camp road and park only in designated areas.