Entering Grades 1-2 in Fall 2017
A three day and two night opportunity to experience camp under the watchful eye of counselors and junior counselors. Groups will get to swim, boat and participate in traditional camp activities.
Camp Reed: Mini Camp
Registration for mini camp is now open!
MINI CAMP PACKING LIST:
- 1 pair of jeans
- 1 pair of sweatpants
- 1 hooded sweatshirt
- 2 t-shirts
- 1 pair of pajamas
- 1 jacket
- 1 hat
- 1-2 pairs of shorts
- 1-2 swimsuits
- 1 pair of good walking shoes/tennis shoes
- 1 pair of sandals/flip flops
- 1 long sleeve shirt
- White t-shirt for tie-dying
- Underwear & extra socks
- Soap in a plastic container
- Insect repellant
- Sunscreen & lip balm w/SPF
- Toothbrush & toothpaste
REGISTRATION & FINAL PAYMENT: Registration to camp is initiated through payment of a non-refundable deposit that secures your child’s spot at camp. Final payment must be received on or before June 1st. If a payment plan has not been arranged with the Administrative Coordinator, registration may be suspended and your camper placed on a waiting list for their chosen session if there is a balance owing after June 1st. You may pay by check, Visa, MasterCard or Discover cards. If paying by check, please include camper’s name on check and designate what portion is for store money.
Change in plans: We understand that circumstances can change and so we have established policies for transfers, cancellations and refunds.
Transfers: Transfers may be made at no charge and are based upon availability.
Cancellations: If we are given more than one week (7 full calendar days) notice prior to session start, we may refund your fee, less the non-refundable deposit. If a camper must leave camp during the session due to medical reasons/illness reimbursement may be available (fee, less deposit & pro-rata daily rate).
Refunds will not be made for the following:
Cancellations less than one (1) week prior to session start
If parent/guardian chooses to pick camper up for any reason other than illness
Campers who violate camp policies and are sent home (camper pick up and transportation is the parent/guardian’s responsibility)