• Campers and staff are encouraged to be cautious in their social exposure in the week before camp.

  • Family members and/or sponsors bringing campers to camp will be asked to minimize their interactions on campus, and if possible, refrain from entering any cabins or buildings.

  • Campers and staff should perform COVID symptom screening BEFORE arriving at camp, whether arriving with parents or by church transportation.

  • All campers and staff will be screened on arrival at check-in.

  • Counselors and staff will monitor campers daily for symptoms. Should symptoms arise, campers/staff will immediately be isolated at the nurse's station or designated location.

  • Cabins will be disinfected daily.

  • Campers and counselors will be required to sleep "head to toe" in neighboring bunks.

  • Campers are not allowed on each other's bunks.

  • Hand sanitizers will be made readily available throughout the camp.

  • Hand sanitizer will be used by all campers and staff before meals.

  • Campers will not assist with the distribution and serving of food and drinks.

  • Tables will be disinfected after meals.

  • When possible, activities and groups will meet outdoors.

  • Masks are not required, but are encouraged for those who choose to use them as a safety precaution.

  • No visitors will be allowed on campus during the week without prior authorization from the Director.