2021 CAMP SAFETY GUIDELINES

  1. Following the recent guidelines provided by New York State, masks are no longer required for campers - though they are still recommended. If you feel comfortable with your child not wearing a mask to camp, feel free to leave the masks at home.

  2. Our counselors will continue to wear masks if they are not fully vaccinated; all fully-vaccinated counselors are required to show proof of vaccination before they'll be permitted to work without a mask.

  3. Lunch will not be available to purchase at this time. All Campers should bring their own lunch, snacks and water bottle. 

  4. The size of camp will be limited this year. 

  5. Social distancing of at least 6 feet will be practiced as much as possible.

  6. Each group will have their own schedule of activities with no interaction with the other groups.

  7. Cleaning and sanitation practices will be increased along with the washing of hands and sanitizing of equipment throughout the day.

  8. Daily Health Screening will be done for all staff and campers. This will include visual and questions that the parent/guardian will have to sign off on daily before the camper can enter camp.

  9. Anyone showing signs of illness of any kind or who may have been exposed to COVID-19 should not be in the camp facility.

  10. If a child develops symptoms, they will be isolated and they will have to be picked up. There will be a strict 72 hour sick policy. If your child has a fever, they cannot return until they are 72 hours fever free without the aid of medicine. As recommended by the CDC

  11. If a child or a member of their immediate household tests positive, the child must quarantine and show a negative test before returning to camp.

  12. If a child or a member of their immediate household is exposed to someone who tests positive, they must quarantine for 10 days.

  13. We are currently developing COVID drop off and pick up procedures. Information will be sent prior to the start of camp.

  14. Those in vulnerable populations (ie asthma, compromised immune systems, etc.) will strongly be discouraged from attending camp.

  15. Parents will be required to sign a waiver acknowledging their understanding of the COVID guidelines.

* COVID procedures are subject to change based on NYS and CDC guidelines.