Please contact the Camp Director for campers requiring specific
support. Examples may include health care, severe allergies, emotional
support, or mobility limitations. At that time you will be able to
discuss the nature of your camper’s needs and gather additional
information to determine if the camp can provide the proper support,
supervision, and necessary accommodations for your camper to have a
safe, fulfilling camp experience. To be successful at camp, your
camper needs to be independent with self-care (shower, dressing, using
the restroom) and successful in an 8:1 camper to staff ratio. We are
dedicated to serving ALL girls in our council and accommodations can
be made in many cases. Please contact the camp director for more
information prior to registering.
Camp is staffed by qualified medical personnel (RN, EMT, or LPN)
known as the Health Supervisor and a physician is always on call.
Parents/Guardians will be contacted if the following situations occur:
- If your camper spends the night in the infirmary.
your camper needs to see a doctor or visit the Emergency Room.
- If your camper breaks the Camper Behavior Agreement.
Parents / Guardians may be contacted in the following situations:
- If the Health Supervisor has a question regarding information
supplied on your camper’s Health History form (medications, chronic
health conditions, etc).
- If a camp staff person needs your
assistance/support regarding your camper’s well-being.
All campers receive a health screening upon arrival at camp and the
health supervisor verifies health information on your camper’s health
history form. Parents will be notified of any concerns.
Parents/guardians will be contacted if there is an emergency that
affects the camp community. Examples of emergencies include wildfire
evacuation or other such occurrences. When these events occur please
do not call Camp. You will be contacted by the Council office with
information regarding next steps.