What does a day at camp look like?
9:00 am - Good Morning God
Lively camp-wide worship music and engaging teaching
10:00 am - Skilled Activity
Children select an activity that is worked on each day at this time
11:30 am - Lunch
12:15 pm - Hangout Time
A time for campers to relax after lunch and prepare for an awesome, fun filled afternoon!
1:00 pm - Camper Choices
Children select activities based on their interests
2:30 pm - Canteen
Afternoon snack time
3:00 pm - More Camper Choices
More afternoon fun activities
What are drop off and pick up times?
Regular drop off is between 8:00 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. Early drop off at 7:30 a.m. with breakfast is available for an additional charge at the time of registration.
Regular pick up is between 5:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. You are welcome to pick up your child at any time throughout the camp day - we just ask that you give our staff a heads up in advance.
Does my child need to bring any money with them?
No. Lunch and afternoon snack are provided as part of your registration fee including the cost of any field trips and transportation. You may send a nominal amount with your child on field trip days if you wish for them to have spending money on the trip (not required).
How do you ensure the staff are qualified and do staff undergo a background check?
All staff positions, even those staff who are returning to camp, must complete a yearly staff application and have 3 new references completed each year. All staff are then interviewed by the Camp Director and the leadership team and references are followed up on. Prior to being offered a position, a New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) Sex Offender Registry check is conducted (this also includes the camp director, leadership team, and all volunteers).
To ensure that all staff are properly trained a week of staff training is conducted prior to the camp season beginning on the topics of: description of camp hazards, procedures for camper supervision and discipline, child abuse recognition and reporting, provisions for first aid and emergency medical assistance, buddy system, lost swimmer plan, lightning plan, fire safety and fire drills, camp evacuation procedures, and activity specific training.