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(Standard Cancellation Policy) All cancellations or changes must be submitted in writing.
- You are welcome to change sessions as needed at no cost, provided there is space available in your desired session, and the session length is greater than or equal to the currently enrolled session. If you switch to a session that is shorter in length, the below policy applies.
- All cancellations made prior to March 1st: Tuition returned, less $50 cancellation fee.
- Cancellations made between March 1st & May 1st: Tuition returned, less $500 non-refundable deposit.
- Any cancellations made after May 1st: No refund.
- We highly recommend purchasing Camp Tuition Insurance to cover your expense in the event you should need to cancel. Camp Tuition Insurance is available through Travmark and AMSkier.
- Campers sent home for disciplinary reason or because of homesickness: No refund.
- Camper sent home due to illness or injury: No refund.
- Bus fee is always non-refundable.
If you discover that your camper left something at camp, please call our office within 2 weeks to claim your item. If found, we are happy to mail the missing item home to you. Unclaimed items will be donated to charity after 2 weeks. While we hope to reunite you with lost items, please understand that Farm Camp is not responsible for lost items. Labeling your camper’s clothes is a great help when claiming missing items. Thank you!
Our staff to camper ratio is 1:4.
Yes, we are always staffed with at least one RN on site and will sometimes have two.
In all of our experience we have found that campers have the most well rounded experience when they tent with someone new. However, we understand that sometimes tenting with a friend can help calm any nervousness about the camp experience. If this is the case we do require a mutual request from both parents to pair friends together in a tent.
Please let us know if your camper has a friend who they are hoping to share a unit with. We arrange our units by age and grade, and as long as they are within the same grade we should be able to make it happen.
- 7:45 am: Wake up bell
- 8:00 – 8:50: Morning Chores
- 9:00 – 9:45: Breakfast
- 9:45 – 10:30: Singing and Announcements
- 10:30 – 11:00: Unit Chores and prepare for Morning Activities
- 11:00 – 1:00p: Morning Activities
- 1:00 – 2:00: Lunch and Afternoon Announcements
- 2:00 – 3:00: Siesta and prepare for Afternoon Activities
- 3:00 – 5:00: Afternoon Activities
- 5:00 – 5:30: Afternoon Tea
- 5:30 – 7:00: Afternoon Chores and Showers
- 7:00 – 8:00: Dinner and Evening Announcements
- 8:00 – 9:00: Evening Activities
- 9:00pm: First Star to Units
Farm Camp requires that all campers be immunized per the 2019 CDC Recommended Immunization Schedule as prevention for all communicable diseases such as Influenza, Measles, Whooping Cough, Chicken Pox, etc. This is important to the well being of our entire camp family.
Medical exemptions can be made with a physician’s statement outlining the specific nature of the physical condition or medical circumstance of the child for which a licensed physician does not recommend immunization, each specific required vaccine that is being exempted and whether the medical exemption is permanent or temporary. If your child develops symptoms of any communicable diseases, they will be masked, quarantined and sent home immediately. Farm Camp reserves the right to send unvaccinated campers home in the event of a communicable disease outbreak.
Most days start cool, in the 60’s – but usually hit the 70’s before lunch time! Most afternoons are warm enough to swim comfortably or to lay out and It’s typical to have fog in the morning, burning off through breakfast and rolling back in sometime after dinner. Most nights are very comfortable for sleeping and stay in the mid 50’s. Some weeks we might not see any fog at all, other weeks it might be with us every day. It just depends what the winds and weather patterns of the coast bring us!