Coronavirus FAQ’s


Updated March 1st

We are excited to announce we are opening this summer for our 30th Anniversary year. We have spent the winter months creating a plan of action that will allow us to operate as close to our normal program in a way that will provide as much safety to our campers and staff as possible.

For more information on how we plan to operate, please see our COVID-19 Guidelines document below. Should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to us. As things continue to develop, we will continue to update our guidelines and keep you up to date with any changes.


What If I Wish To Cancel?

While we are confident that we are able to offer an outstanding summer program despite any limitations placed upon us, we understand that this summer at camp may not be the right choice for your child. In light of this, we have modified our refund policy to provide a full refund (including the non-refundable portion of your deposit) or the option to roll over your camp fees to summer 2022 up until April 1st. If you wish to cancel your sessions(s), please complete our cancellation form and return to our office no later than April 1st.

After April 1st, our standard refund policy will apply and deposits are non-refundable.

Are There Capacity Limits In Place?

At this point, we have not received any specific guidance on capacity limits from the State of Pennsylvania, although neighboring states have indicated that summer camps are allowed to operate this summer and we anticipate our state will also issue the same guidance.

Are Campers Required To Have The COVID-19 Vaccine?

We are not requiring campers to show that they have been vaccinated against COVID-19. Unfortunately, we do not feel that the vaccine will realistically be available to children by the time camp arrives. While our health form has been updated with a space to indicate if your child has received the COVID-19 vaccine, it is an optional field.

What If Camp Is Required To Close?

While we do not anticipate this happening, should the State require us to close or enforce capacity limits on our program, we will offer any affected families the choice to roll the fees paid to summer 2022 or receive a full refund.