Covid-19 Protocols (last updated 4/2/21)
Pre-Arrival and Arrival
All campers and staff are asked to self-quarantine for ten days prior to arriving at camp.
During this time we will ask that everyone fill out a daily health questionnaire.
All campers and staff are required to obtain a negative covid-19 test within 72 hours of arrival. We will also administer a rapid test on arrival.
Campers must arrive by car and drop-off will take place in the designated parking areas. We will provide transportation from the airport for any campers arriving by plane.
We are planning to run our regular elective program and offer leagues.
We are planning to offer limited off-camp trips for small groups to areas where we would not interact with the public (i.e. hiking trails, waterfalls, golf, etc…).
Meals will be held outside under large tents. Campers will eat with their cohort, socially distanced from other cohorts. Meals will be served by our staff.
All campers and staff will be required to wear masks except when they are with their cohorts (i.e. meals, in bunks, single cohort activities).
We will have the ability to administer surveillance testing throughout the summer.
If a camper or staff member is symptomatic, they will receive an immediate PCR and rapid antigen test. They will remain in isolation until the test results are confirmed. If a camper tests positive, they will remain in isolation until they are picked up from camp. Campers may return to camp after completing the CDC’s recommended quarantine protocol.
We will be running our day camp program this summer.
Day camp will be completely separate from our overnight camp.
We will have a separate day camp staff and there will not be any interaction between day campers and staff with our overnight group.
Day camp enrollment is currently capped at 50 campers per week to allow for proper
distancing from our overnight program.
Day campers will bring their own lunch and will eat in a separate outdoor dining area.