Drop off time: Sunday between 1-4pm
- FIRST STOP: Staff will direct cars from the camp entrance to the parking lot (first lot on the left). Campers will first be screened in their cars by medical staff. Parents and campers are to be wearing a mask and stay in the vehicle while the campers are screened. Please have your negative COVID test ready or a copy of your vaccination card, if you haven’t sent it already.
- SECOND STOP: After the camper goes through medical screening, they will be directed to visit the second nurse IF they have allergies and/or medicine they need to drop off. Please have your medicine ready to give to the nurse.
- THIRD STOP: If they don’t have allergies or medicine to drop off, they will be directed to the front of the Mess Hall to check in and meet their counselor! The counselor will take their campers to the cabin.
- BAGS: Staff will assist with taking the camper’s bags out of the vehicle and putting the luggage in the camp truck.
- DRIVER DEPARTS: Drivers may exit their vehicle to say goodbye to their campers, but may not leave the area of their vehicle. (Drivers may use the Chapel restrooms.) Staff will direct vehicles to exit by following the road to the right of the chapel and down the hill towards the main camp entrance.
- WELCOME HOME! Waves, toe taps, elbow bumps, and lots of excitement are great ways to greet each other. Hugs are welcome between counselors and campers of the same cohort.
Pick Up time: Friday between 9-11am
- Drivers stay in vehicles.
- Staff bring campers’ bags to vehicles.
Drivers will meet campers at the front of the Mess Hall. When drivers arrive, a staff member will approach their vehicle with a check out list. Thank you for wearing a mask. Counselors will make sure the camper’s luggage is loaded into the vehicle. Again, Chapel restrooms will be available.
Guidance on Carpooling
The more campers are able to arrive to camp with members of their immediate households, the more we can reduce the risk of bringing a communicable disease to Camp. If a member of one household is sick and rides with members of other households, then those other campers will be exposed during the drive, which will eventually force us to isolate more herds during camp. However, we also realize this is not realistic for many families due to your commitment of driving hours to come to camp – and we greatly appreciate this commitment shown by so many!
We simply ask that you arrive by transportation with people in your “circle”. We ask if you are mixing households, that you do so with people who are part of your usual circle and take extra precautions (such as wearing masks, sanitizing, and not sharing food and drink with each other) to minimize risk.
We just ask that you do as much as possible to minimize risk. If you are going to carpool, please please please take extra precautions and ensure everyone is feeling well and quarantining those 7 days before arrival to camp!