Q: My child has food allergies, can you accommodate them at camp?
A: Yes we can. We do our best to accommodate food allergies and intolerances. It is important to list those on your camper application form so that our food services staff are able to properly prepare.
Q: My child has prescription medication needed daily. Are you able to administer medication?
A: Yes, our camp medic will be able to properly and safely store and administer both prescription and over the counter medication as needed. Please package medications in a ziploc bag that contains the campers name and instructions. This will be turned into the medic on arrival to the camp. Please list these on your application form as well.
Q: My child has never been away from home. Can I call and talk to them?
A: You are welcome to call the camp to inquire about your child however we do recommend that you ask for their cabin leader to call you back. If your child has settled in, a phone call from home can make it difficult for them if they have already conquered their homesickness. We will find you if we need to!
Q: What is your refund policy?
A: If you have paid in full and are not able to attend the camp you have registered for, you will be refunded the fee amount less the $50 deposit. To cancel your registration you will need to contact the registrar directly at
Q: When do I need to pay?
A: A $50 deposit is required upon registration completion. The balance of the fees will be due 30 days prior to the start of the camp. E-transfer is the preferred method of payment, however we can also accept cheques or cash. We do not accept credit cards at this time.
Q: Is the camp accessible?
A: No, our camp does not have accessible facilities.