Parent's Guide

Welcome to our parent's guide, a comprehensive resource designed to help you and your child get the most out of our summer camp program. From packing lists to health and safety, our guide provides everything you need to know to ensure a fun, safe, and successful summer camp experience.

We also have more information about camps schedules, activities, and food on our Camp Life page.

Getting To & From Camp

Packing For Camp

During Camp

Health & Safety

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Discover What Others Say!

It was really fun. The staff are amazing, the food is great.

Colton W.

Age

12

Colton W.

My son had such a great experience getting to try activities that he normally would not have the opportunity to do. Socializing in this setting with other children from all different areas. Disconnecting from TV/tablets was an added bonus!

Ashley M.

Age

Ashley M.

Parent

Loved the camp experience! Lots of fun activities, great counselors and staff!

Marenna J.

Age

13

Marenna J.

Super fun!

Brianna W.

Age

8

Brianna W.

Teen Time is awesome!

Alex M.

Age

10

Alex M.

If you haven't been, well, you are missing out on an amazing time! So many new friends to make! Counselors are the best! Teen Time rocks my summer! I have been 4 years and now plan on taking the BLAST program in April 2024 to be an assistant!! It is a rewarding experience for sure!!

Jacob

Age

14

Jacob

It was fun, you should go!

Aalyah R.

Age

12

Aalyah R.

My daughter loves this camp! This was her second time there, and she just loves it so much. When I picked her up, she wanted me to see if there was any room in the other ones this year, so next year, we will be registering for two sessions.

Jennifer B.

Age

Jennifer B.

Parent

The most memorable aspect of camp for my child was all the memories they had to share with us when picked up.

Chelsea M.

Age

Chelsea M.

Parent

Teen Time is really fun, and if you go there, you will make friends and have lots of fun.

Sage N.

Age

12

Sage N.

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We welcome any parent who would like to volunteer for camp while their child is attending. Please keep in mind that sometimes it can be a distraction for your child if you are present.

Yes, you can contact your child at any time. We prefer to keep phone calls to important issues and emergency basis only as we have found phone calls home can increase homesickness and can seem unfair for children whose parents do not call.

In order to maintain the security of all people at camp we ask that parents not show up at camp unannounced outside of pick up and drop off hours. If you need to visit your child please contact the office so we can schedule a time.

We respect that children develop at different rates, and understand that accidents happen. If your child experiences bedwetting or daytime accidents, please pack their preferred method of containment, such as pull-ups, goodnites, or diapers, and ensure that all medications, if required, are properly labeled.

This information will remain confidential. Please indicate on your registration form if your child experiences bedwetting. In the event of an accident, we will wash your child's clothes, PJs, and bedding.

Regular laundry services are not provided. Please provide enough clothes for the camps duration plus an extra set. If your child has a bathroom related accident those clothes will be washed.

Currently, we are unable to provide transportation to the camp due to various constraints. However, personally bringing your child to the camp can ensure a positive start to their experience and help both you and your child feel comfortable as you discover the ranch together.

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