COVID Guidelines for 2021

We recognize that the current pandemic will inevitably have an effect on camp in the summer of 2021. We are researching and keeping current on prevention requirements and best practices.  We anticipate modifications being made to many camp activities such as drop-off, pick-up, bunk assignments, meals, singing, physical contact or proximity, health checks and more.  We will be using a multi layered plan including (but not limited to): testing, masks, social distancing; more frequent and thorough cleaning; cohort groups; and staying outdoors as much as possible. As the science and understanding of how to minimize the spread and treat COVID19 continues to improve, we will adjust our plan accordingly. As much as we all want to get back up to camp, we will only have campers in person if we truly believe we can keep everyone safe and healthy.

We will go to extraordinary measures at to keep our campers, volunteers, staff and families safe.

This will be a certainly be a different year at camp, however I am sure we will still have amazing, fun, faith-based community in spite of all we will do to keep everyone safe and healthy.  The inconveniences will be totally worth it to get to have Camp!

UPDATED 3/8/21


  • Parents/guardians will need to remain in vehicles while onsite
  • There will be a screening questionnaire about symptoms and potential recent exposure to COVID19 for campers 
  • Staff and counselors will be available to help campers move in to bunk rooms
  • We are planning a zoom call with parents the night before to help expedite check-in
  • There may be restrictions for carpooling with people not living together 


TESTING & VACCINES – current 2021 plans include but are not limited to:

  • Required negative COVID19 PCR test within 7 days prior to arrival at camp (prefer within 3 days prior)
  • Required negative COVID19 PCR test done onsite upon arrival                                NOTE: if tests after arrival are positive, camper must be isolated immediately and sent home. Cohort will be retested and quarantined for the duration of their stay.
  • No requirements regarding vaccines at this time.