GETTING READY FOR CAMP
So your son or daughter is coming to camp this summer! Are you wondering what you need to do in preparation
for coming? Well, let's say that the camper in the photo on the left is your son. You'll need to know what kind of shoes to bring
and clothes to pack; especially since he might be exploring the Greenbrier river system for crawfish.
We ask that you please print a copy of the required forms from our website and mail them to us. We also ask that you please read throught the Parent Handbook (PDF found below and can be printed in needed).
FORMS AND PARENT HANDBOOK
Activity Questionnaire (available late spring): Each camper must complete this online form. This information is used to help us determine some of the activities in which they will participate. click here for Activity Questionnaire. Please note that we update this form each year as new activities are added to camp. This form is available in late spring.
Camper Health Form Part 1: Required for all campers and due no later than May 1st!
Part 1 is to be completed by the parent/guardian. click here for Health Form Part 1
Part 2 is to be completed by a licensed medical professional. click here for Health Form Part 2
Please note: If your child had a medical examination (i.e. physical) within 12 months of your scheduled camp session and you have a signed copy of the medical/physical form showing proof that an exam was completed your child does not need another medical examination to attend camp. You must attach a copy of the medical examination to our Camper Health Form Part 2. Another option is to request the physicians office to complete the Camper Health Form Part 2 and request that they send it to us.
White Water Rafting Form: One rafting trip is included for one and two week campers and two rafting trips for three and four week campers. A wavier form is required for this trip. This in only needed for campers 12 years or older. Rafting Form click here (please note that you may sign up for an additional rafting trip. See below).
Parent Handbook: The all-inclusive Parent Handbook click here to help you prepare for summer camp. There will be a written test given to all parents.
Viewing photos this summer and sending emails: We have partnered with Bunk One to offer families a secure website in which they may view photos during the summer and send a letter to their camper. Viewing photos is free. There is a fee for sending letters via email and purchasing copies of the photos. For instructions on how to access this service click here. Please view our Parent Handbook for information on faxing letters and sending letters via the postal service.
Camp Store Deposit: It is best to have your camp store deposit on record before registration day. The camp store sells t-shirts, water bottles, fleeces and other camp souveniers. Any balances over $5.00 are refunded to parents. You may click here to add funds to the camp store account.
Adding the camp shuttle: If you did not sign up for the shuttle to or from camp but wish to do so now spaces are often limited and signing up should be done no later than two weeks prior to the camper attending. click here to add the shuttle service to or from camp
Alternate Pick-up Permission form: click here Required if someone other than a parent will be picking up a child on their last day of camp.
Additional White Water Rafting trip: 1 and 2 week campers raft once and 3 and 4 week campers raft twice as part of their program with no additional charge. If you are staying more than one week and wish to add an additional rafting trip the cost is $110 please click here to add this trip
Orvis Fly-fishing Clinic: A two-three hour clinic at camp with an Orvis fly-fishing instructor. All equipment is provided. The fly-fishing clinic offers an instructive environment for campers wanting to learn the art of casting a fly. Cost for the clinic is $85. We also offer fishing each day prior to dinner at no cost. please click here to add the Orvis clinic
Horse Riding Lessons: Riding lessons are available to all ages and offered at both the beginneer and more experienced level. Lessons take place four times per week and are available each week during the summer. An additonal fee is charged for riding lessons. Fees are $100 for one week and $190 for two weeks.please click here to add Horse Riding Lessons
ADDITIONAL ITEMS YOU MIGHT WISH TO PRINT
The following links are single page copies of information found in our Parent Handbook. We have provided these in the event you wish to print the packing list, directions to the shuttle, directions to camp and meeting times without printing the entire Parent Handbook.
Travel Information for Opening and Closing Day: Travel Directions, Shuttle Information, Opening Day and Closing Day
Camper Packing List: Packing List of what to bring and what not to bring.
All forms due by May 15th