FAQ

Are you an indoor or outdoor camp?

Camp West is considered an outdoor day camp. We do rotate the

campers inside at least twice a day.

 

What do you do when it rains?

Campers are brought indoors when it begins to rain. We have a

rainy day schedule for each day.

 

How are campers separated?

Campers are separated by grade level. Each camper will be put

in the grade level that he/she is going into the next school year.

 

What happens if my child has a Dr.appointment during the day?

Camp management would prefer you to make all appointments early in the morning or later in the afternoon. If your child has an appointment, you may bring him/her after. Please inform us at registration if you know of any appointments.

 

What if my child is allergic to foods that are served at lunch?

The lunch menu will be posted on the website. If your child cannot eat something that is served they can bring their lunch.

Does my child need to bring money?

The snack shack is open during lake time for your child to purchase snacks. Campers are provided a free snack at lake time.

 

Will my children see each other throughout the day?

Campers are placed with their age group but campers have the opportunity to see each other throughout the day during assembly, lunch, council ring and lake time.

 

Does my child have to know how to swim?

No, every camper is required to wear a life vest while in the lake and there are many lifeguards and counselors in the water with them.

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