Info for Parents
- Safety is our #1 concern throughout the week. Participants will be supervised at all times. Trained, experience personnel will conduct and supervise all training. All activities include many levels of built-in-safety.
- Our camp staff is made up of professional firefighters, police, and paramedics. We provide the same customer service to your children as we do to the citizens of our community.
- We require an emergency contact for each participant.
- We require participants to be covered by medical insurance for the week of camp.
- If a camper cannot meet the requirements of participation, or displays disruptive behavioral problems, she may be sent home and/or asked to leave the camp.
Cost and Transportation
- The camp is held at no cost to the participants.
- Each day participants are responsible for transportation to and from camp.
Clothes and Food
- Participants will need to wear the following items as well as bring one extra set in a labeled bag: athletic shoes (no sandals/flip flops), T-shirt, black shorts, socks and a ball cap with a beak. Please add a sweat shirt and a pair of sweatpants to your bag in case of cold weather.
- Camp T-shirts and all personal protective equipment (PPE) will be provided.
- Participants will have lunch, snacks, water and sports drinks available to them each day. Campers having special dietary needs are asked to provide their own meals.
If you cannot attend camp or there is an emergency, please contact us immediately.