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A “bunk” refers to a group of campers of the same age and gender led by 2 or more counselors.
*Ages 2-4 and STARS can be coed.

Division 2 and 3 campers can choose from a list of various activities each week to participate in electives. This allows your child to focus and concentrate on their efforts to learn more of a sport, craft or activity. Electives also allow campers to meet and make new friends in other bunks as well! 

  1. The camper to staff ratio is as follows:
    1. Division 1 – 1: 4
    2. Division 2 – 1:9
    3. Division 3 – 1:9

*Ratios go down when CIT’s and Specialists are with bunks

Please fill out the request form and it will be emailed to you. You can always call as well to get more information. 

Camp and school are divided differently. We follow a July 1 cut off for birth date. 

Yes! Every Friday, we have a special event. Events may include magic shows, fear factor, water carnival, carnival, color games, color runs, dance parties, and more! 

During the camp season, we have registered nurses on camp property at all times during the day. Campers can always visit the nurses office any time they have a health issue.

We always like to say, “It never rains at Camp America!” However, as we cannot control the weather, we always have a rainy day schedule as a backup. Campers will still participate in many fun activities and make some of their most memorable memories!

There is no official camp policy on tipping. We neither encourage nor discourage this practice. Since many of our parents do show their appreciation in this manner, we offer the following suggestions:

  • Clearly label envelopes/items with the first and last name and bunk of the recipient as well as the campers name. Please use sealed envelopes. 
  • You may give items to your driver, and ask them to bring them to the office. The office staff will assist in getting items to the appropriate place/person.
  • Do not put envelopes in the hands of young children. Please put them IN your child’s bag and pin a note to the outside of the bag to alert the counselor. 
  • Older, responsible campers should be instructed to give items to his/her counselor at the beginning of the day. 
  • You will receive an email during week 8 with a letter from your child’s counselor with all of your child’s counselors and CITs listed so that you know everyone’s names and positions. 

Check out the photo site and click on the Album “Lost and Found.” If you see an item that is yours, email us back that picture and let us know it is yours. If you do not see what you are missing, please send us an email and let us know. We will do our best to help you find it!

If you contact the camp office either by phone or email, we will be happy to help you connect with your camper’s friends’ parents.

If July 4th falls on a weekday, we will be closed for July 4th only. If it falls on a weekend, we will be closed on the legal holiday observance date.

A typical day at camp varies between divisions. However, each camper gets a good mix between sports, creative and performing arts. Each week, they get to attend each activity at camp that is appropriate for their age group. Each camper also gets two swims a day.

Campers can sign up for either 4, 5, 6, 7 or all 8 weeks. However, if a camper is a 4 weeker, they must choose either the first 4 weeks or the last 4 weeks. Any other weeks 5 and up can be customized.

If there are any questions we have forgotten, please do not hesitate to reach out to us!