How are we reacting to and preparing for the Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

Camper and Staff Safety During the Coronavirus Outbreak

The physical and emotional health of our campers and our staff is our number priority, and we are committed to limiting exposure to Covid-19 at all of our camp locations. The situation continues to be dynamic and emerging. We will continue to follow the advice of expert medical sources and adjust our policies accordingly.

In addition to physical and emotional health and safety, we know that you are thinking about your family’s financial security. We will continue to provide you with flexible policies and transparent, clear, and early communications.


    MASKS: At this time, our policy is that masks are required indoors (including vehicle transportation), and not required outdoors. At overnight camps, masks are not required indoors when eating/drinking or sleeping, but during those times, we take other precautions.

    VACCINATIONS: All staff members are required to be up to date on Covid-19 vaccines unless they have a medical or religious exemption. Eligible campers are encouraged to be vaccinated. Vaccinated overnight camp participants must arrive with proof of up-to-date vaccinations. Day camp participants do not need to provide proof of vaccination.

    TESTING: All overnight camp participants (both staff and campers), regardless of vaccination status, must arrive with proof of a negative Covid-19 test taken within 3 days before the start of camp. We will accept both a PCR and rapid, at-home antigen test. If using an at-home test, please write the date taken on the test itself.

    Day camp participants do not need a test.

    Unvaccinated staff members will test weekly, beginning with arriving at staff training with proof of a negative Covid-19 test taken within the previous 3 days. Staff and campers will be tested if they are experiencing signs or symptoms of Covid-19.


    Last Updated 04/21/2021