The more accurate a picture of camp life children have, the less foreign it seems when they arrive - and the more quickly they adjust. Children should know that they will be part of a group, that living quarters will be rustic, that they will share responsibility for keeping their living areas clean, that there are scheduled activities they will be part of, etc.
If your child asks a question you can’t answer, call us. We are happy to help. While we aren't hosting our year round events on site this year due to Covid-19 restrictions, we will be having a pre-camp, socially distant visiting day for first-time families as well as a variety of Town Halls and virtual bunk meet-ups prior to summer, which can all help your child feel comfortable in advance of summer.