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ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE

You can find arrival and departure notes specific to your session in your registration confirmation packets. Use these general notes below as a reference for how and when to drop off and pick up your camper. Please note that smoking and pets are not allowed on camp property.

Resident Camp

Please contact us as soon as you can if you will be late to the check-in time for your camp session, or if you need to check out early.

Check-In Procedures

  • Let us know in writing who can pick up your camper
  • Help your camper complete general health check (including lice check) with the health staff to review health history and turn in any medications
  • Move luggage to your camper’s unit and help her get settled
  • Meet your camper’s counselor and other staff

Check-Out Procedures

  • You will be asked to officially check your camper out by signing the check-out report. Parents/guardians or others designated to pick up a camper should bring photo ID.
  • All medications and her trading post card if there is still money on it.
  • A note from the health director if your camper required anything besides basic first aid treatments, if we found any ticks on your camper, or if there are any concerns.

Day Camp

Please contact us as soon as you can if you will be late to the check-in time for your camp session, or if you need to check out early.

The Day Camp Hut is located just south of the Council office at: 121 NW 59th Street.

Check-In & Check-Out Times

  • Check-in each day, Monday - Friday, is from 8-8:30 a.m.
  • Check-out each day, Monday - Friday, is from 4-4:30 p.m.
  • Aftercare is available from 4:30-5:30 p.m. This is available for purchase during registration.

Check-In Procedures

  • Let us know in writing who can pick up your camper.
  • Help your camper complete general health check (including lice check) with the health staff to review health history and turn in any medications (on first day).
  • Make sure your camper has all essentials and lunch for the day.

Check-Out Procedures

  • You will be asked to officially check your camper out by having your pick-up card with your camper’s name on it (this will be given to on the first camp day). Parents/guardians or others designated to pick up a camper, if pick-up card is not present, should bring photo ID.
  • All medications, and her trading post card if there is still money on it, will be returned on Friday.
  • A note from the health director if your camper required anything besides basic first aid treatments, if we found any ticks on your camper, or if there are any concerns will be given to you at this time.