Summer Camp FAQ
Summer Camp FAQ
If I register my child for camp and it is cancelled by the Resort, will I be refunded?
o Yes, if it is necessary to cancel camp you will be offered a full refund or the option to use your registration payment for a future camp week or for the summer camp in 2021.
If I need to cancel camp will I be refunded?
o Full refunds will be offered for cancellations up to two-weeks prior to your first day of camp. Cancellations received within two weeks of your camp session will be permitted to select an alternative week or apply the payment to summer camp 2021.
What steps are you taking to protect the health of campers?
o Your child’s health and safety are the number one priority. The Resort will be following best practice guidelines issued by the American Camp Association (ACA), CDC, Federal, State and Local agencies. These policies are currently being developed and will be incorporated into the camp procedures prior to the first week of camp.
How many campers will be in attendance each week?
o Historically, the Resort has hosted between 35-40 children in camp. With the social distancing and other operational changes made at the Resort, it has been determined that the maximum number of campers will be set at 25. The minimum attendance will be 10 campers. You will be notified in advance should there be a need to cancel any week due to low attendance.
Will the Family Pool Pass be available this summer?
o Yes, at this time the plan is to offer the family pool pass to all registered campers and their immediate families. Pool operation will be based on state and local regulations for opening and operations of pools once announced. The goal is to begin pool access on the first day of camp and continue through Labor Day. More information to follow.
What activities do you have planned for camp?
o This summer the Resort will be incorporating STEM into our daily activities. Unlike last summer there will not be “themed” weeks but instead plan to have different topics with a variety of activities related to each topic. The STEM activities will be new and interesting each week. Weather permitting, a good portion of our day will be outdoors. Outdoor activities include swimming, fishing, paddle boats, kayaking, archery, lawn games, hiking and nature exploration, geocaching, tennis, gaga ball, ATV tours, disc golf, wilderness survival, and activities and games to promote team building and leadership skills.
Do you provide early drop-off and late pick-up?
o Yes, you may drop your child as early as 7:30am and pick-up as late as 5:30pm daily. The additional fee is $25/week for either early or late or $40/week for both.