My plans changed; can I switch my session?
Absolutely! Just fill out this Session Change form and as long as there’s room in the program you want to switch into, we’ll get your camper switched over!
How do I change my transportation?
To change your transportation option, fill out the Transportation Change form. Please note: Day of changes must be submitted by noon the day of the change. After noon, we cannot guarantee we can change your transportation mode.
How much does camp cost?
The cost of camp programs varies depending on the type of program. Traditional Day Camp programs start at $390 per week and traditional Overnight Camp programs start at $975 per week. Bus fees are $65 per week.
When are final payments due?
Final Payments are due: May 1: Sessions 1 & 2, June 1: Sessions 3-6, and July 1: Sessions 7-10. Payments are automatically processed via the credit card on file.
I need financial assistance; how do I apply for scholarships?
Scholarship applications open in the fall and are open for about two months. Unfortunately, if this deadline is missed, we cannot accommodate financial assistance.
What is your cancellation policy?
If you need to cancel your session, please notify us 7 days prior to the start of your session date to receive a refund, minus the non-refundable deposit. If we are not notified 7 days before, we cannot offer a refund.
I don’t remember my login information; how can I get into my CampWise account?
To get into your account, give our office a call at 615-360-2267 and our admin team can send you a one-time password.
The program I want to register for is full; how can I get on the waitlist?
As programs fill, we close the program and open a waitlist for the program. To be on the waitlist, register for the waitlist of the program. If you’d like to sign up for another program during that same session to ensure your camper has a spot in that session, give our office a call at 615-360-2267 and our admin can assist you in registering for an open program.
My camper is on a waitlist; what are the odds they get a spot?
Unfortunately, this is a very difficult answer. We cap each waitlist to ensure it doesn’t get too long and do our best to add spots when possible. As summer gets closer, it’s not uncommon for waitlist campers to be moved into the program as cancellations happen.
The status on my camper’s account says “Enrolled;” do they have a spot?
No, until you have paid the non-refundable deposit and your camper’s account says “Registered,” your camper does not have a spot.
Can my kids be in the same group?
When requested, campers of the same age can be placed together. However, we do try to split up siblings to give them their own camp experience and encourage each camper to make new friends. If you’d like to discuss further, please contact the appropriate camp director.
Are meals included?
Yes, all meals and snacks are included in the session fee.
Can I send snacks with my child?
Absolutely! If you have a picky eater, sending snacks is a great idea. Please note: we are a nut free facility and any snacks that contain nuts will be taken.
My camper has allergies or dietary restrictions; can that be accommodated?
Yes, we can accommodate all allergies and dietary restrictions. When registering, make sure to note any allergies and restrictions so we are aware heading into their session. Vegetarian and vegan meal options are available for all campers at all meals. If you’d like to discuss further, feel free to contact our Kitchen Director, Trent, at email@example.com
My camper is young and may not remember to apply sunscreen or drink water. Will the counselors help?
Absolutely! Our staff are trained to keep a diligent eye on ALL campers and will assist young campers in putting on sunscreen and filling water bottles all day.
My camper lost an item(s) at camp; how can I get it back?
To retrieve a lost item, give our office a call at 615-360-2267. Please make sure to clearly label ALL of your camper's items and DO NOT send ANY items of financial or sentimental value to camp. At the end of summer, we will have one final Lost & Found day for all families to come look through our lost and found before all items are donated.
What is the Parent Program?
Parent Programs give our overnight campers a chance to welcome their parents to camp and put on a fun show. Please note: Parent Programs are for OVERNIGHT campers ONLY. Parent Programs begin at 9:45 a.m. on Saturday at the Front Porch Amphitheater. Ranch Parent Programs will begin at 9 a.m. on Saturday at the barn. Check-out begins at the conclusion of the Parent Program.
What is Canoe & Climb With A Parent?
Every Wednesday from 7:30-8:30 a.m., Day Camp parents are inviting to come to camp for an hour of climbing and canoeing. This is for DAY campers ONLY. Following this hour of fun, your campers can join their Pack for Morning Assembly.