Day Camp Program

Program

Day campers (ages 7 – 11) participate in the same activities as our resident campers. Activities include arts and crafts, sailing, canoeing, pontoon boat, archery, hiking, basketball and volleyball. All campers participate in our swimming program.

2021 COVID and Daily Health Check Information

Campers must have a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours before the first day of camp.

 

Parents must download the Campanion app from the App or Google Play store for their device, which will connect directly to your CampInTouch account.  This will allow you to complete the required daily health check for your camper(s) before they arrive at camp.

 

Failure to complete the health check on the app each morning will delay your drop off as we are required to ask the COVID questions.

 

We ask that if your camper isn’t feeling good that you do not bring them to camp.

 

Campers, parents, or staff who have household members who are displaying symptoms of COVID-19 or other infectious disease or have tested positive for COVID-19 will not be allowed at camp until cleared by health officials.

Campanion App

Drop Off:

This summer, day campers must be dropped off and picked up at camp.

Parents may drop off campers between 8:30 a.m. and 9:00 a.m.

Day Camp pick up is at 4:30p.m. located at the road.

Parents will drive up to the drop off area (please stay in your vehicle) where the camper will get out of the car with a mask on. Astaff member will take the campers temperature.  If the reading is over 100.4 the camper may not stay at camp.

Once their temperature has been taken the camper(s) will walk up to the day camp room to store their belongings and get ready to start their day.

Campers will be required to have a facial covering with them at all times in case there is a situation that requires them to put it on.  This would include drop off/pick up when they are near other campers less than six feet or inside a building.

When outdoors in their groups and physically distanced, campers will not be required to wear facial coverings. This includes all waterfront activities.

Facial coverings need to be two layers of fabric and closefitting.  They will be worn over the nose and mouth.  Bandanas, buffs,and neck gaiters are not allowed.

Food

Campers will enjoy the same lunch as our resident campers and staff. If your child prefers they can bring a bag lunch. We provide Bug Juice (kool-aid) and milk every day for lunch and water is available throughout the day.

Health Forms/Medications

Please complete your camper’s health information online and complete all forms necessary prior to arrival at camp. Health form information can be found by logging into lourdescamp.campintouch.com

Emergencies

In the event of an emergency, we will make every attempt to notify parents or the emergency contacts chosen by the parent/guardian. If necessary emergency transportation will be handled by 911. 

What to Bring to Camp Everyday

Please label all belongings!

  • Change of clothes
  • Swim suit and towel
  • Water shoes
  • Backpack (for belongings)

What to Wear to Camp Everyday

  • Comfortable and weather appropriate clothing
  • Sneakers
  • Socks
  • Rain gear for rainy days

What NOT to bring to camp

  • Cell phones (not permitted)
  • Personal toys
  • Weapons (play or real)
  • Any handheld video games
  • Electronic devices (iPods, CD players, ect)
  • Stuffed animals and dolls
  • Money or other valuables

 

Lourdes Camp, Inc. reserves the right to cancel any week of camp due to lack of enrollment; balances paid will be transferred or refunded. You will notified at least two weeks in advance of any cancellations.