We work hard to make sure every detail is in place so each camper can have the time of their life—every single summer.

In early May, the United States declared the end of the COVID-19 public health emergency. With this in mind, the American Camp Association (ACA) and Alliance for Camp Health (ACH) recommend including COVID-19 as part of a larger communicable disease plan, which focuses on the various ways we can support the individual and communal health of our campers and staff. At the same time, they – and we! – recognize the importance of clear communication with families about our plans specifically around COVID-19, as it continues to be a presence in our daily lives.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggests that, “when deciding which prevention measures to implement, camps should consider the local context and balance the risks of infectious disease with the educational, social, and mental health outcomes.” Following this guidance, and with input from members of our COVID-19 Task Force, we anticipate the following guidelines for Summer 2023:

Especially after the last few years of restrictions, we’re excited to return to a greater sense of openness and connection this summer. But if we’ve learned anything from the pandemic, it’s that things can (and do!) change quickly. Please know that the health and safety of each member of our Camp community continue to be our top priority; the guidelines we set and the decisions we make are – and will continue to be – in service of this goal. Thank you, in advance, for your understanding and support as we strive to provide the possible experience for your kids!

(Updated — June 2023)

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