Parents Registration Info & FAQ

 

FAQ


DROP OFF AND PICK UP DETAILS


day camps


Drop off: 8 am each morning
Pick up: 5:30-7 pm each evening

Breakfast, Lunch & Supper provided each day

Registration is for the full week - Monday to Friday

KIDS & TEEN CAMPS (including HORSE & OUTBOUND)

Drop off: 4 pm on Sunday
Pick up:
6 pm on Friday 

First meal provided is supper on Sunday, Friday supper concludes the week. 

FAMILY CAMP

Drop off: 3 pm on Sunday
Pick up:
9 am on Saturday 

First meal provided is supper on Sunday, Saturday breakfast concludes the week. 


2022 REFUND POLICY
(updated January 3, 2022)

Deposits are non-refundable.  
The balance of camp fees are refundable up to 7 days prior to camp start date. Within 7 days of camp start date, the balance may be refunded only if that camp is full and we are able to replace the vacated spot with someone from our waiting list. No refund will be given for a dismissal from camp due to disciplinary action, communicable disease, lice detection, home sickness, nor for late arrivals or early departures.  There may be exceptions made for medical reasons, but we require a doctors note.

Our refund policy is based on shared risk. When a spot is held, that space is no longer available for another camper. By camp and camper owning the risk via the Refund Policy above, both parties acknowledge the commitment, feasibility, and responsibility of reserving a spot, with the future unknown. 


RECEIPTS


To access receipts from past camp registrations, go to the log in/register option on the top Toolbar and log in. From the main menu select the “Payment registrations & payment history” button on the bottom right. From there you will be able to select receipts from completed camp registrations to print for your records. 


FOOD ALLERGIES

Our kitchen staff will do their very best to accommodate the following special dietary needs:

  • Gluten Friendly
  • Dairy Friendly
  • Vegetarian

However, due to the open nature of our kitchen, we want our campers to be aware that there is always risk of cross contamination.
If a camper is anaphylactic to any foods, or has a food intolerance, allergy, or special diet not listed above, the kitchen may not be able to accommodate their dietary needs. In these instances, a fridge and microwave will be accessible for them so they are able to supplement their meals during their stay. Please always feel free to contact the office at 250-835-4596, so we can discuss the best option for each camper.
We are not a nut-free facility.

 

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