Camper Application

Overview of the Application Process

All camper applications must be completed online by a camper's parent or legal guardian. If this is the first time you are completing an application online, it will take you approximately 25 minutes. It is extremely important that you gather all required information for each camper before you start the application because it must be completed at one sitting.

Step 1: Gather information needed for each child (Important: see list of what information is needed)

Step 2: Apply online (will take approximately 25 minutes /child)

Step 3: Submit Payment online (credit card or electronic check)

Step 4: Receive email confirmation that we have received your application

Step 5: Receive email notification of acceptance into a specific week of Camp (usually within 2-3 weeks)

For additional information, make sure to visit the following sections of our site:

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  • Waitlist procedure: Invariably we have a handful of campers whose summer plans change between when they sign up for Camp and Camp itself. When these campers drop out, or switch weeks of Camp, it may open up a spot for a camper on the waitlist for that particular week. The odds of getting placed into your first week of choice from the waitlist are infinitesimally small compared to your guaranteed placement when signing up for a different week that is still open. However, if you would like to place your child on the waitlist, the process is identical to our regular registration except you will not receive a final confirmation until a spot becomes available.  

Cost: Early Bird Special (register by April 30th): $500 Regular Registration (beginning May 1st): $525

Multi-Family Discount (2 or more campers) is 10%

After July 4th, all cancellations are 50% refundable (not applicable to bus fees). 

If your child does not show up to camp, their application fee is 100% non-refundable. 

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All eligible Campers must be between the ages of 8 (and entering 3rd grade this Fall, after Camp) and 17 years old.


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