Traditional Camp Session 1-8 & LIT:
Drop off- Sunday at 2:15 pm
Pickup- Saturday at 9:00 am
Families will receive an email the Wednesday before drop off and Thursday before pickup with more detailed information.
Rookie Camp 1 & 3:
Drop off - Sunday at 2:15 pm
Pick up- Tuesday at 3:30 pm
Rookie 2 & 4:
Drop off will be Thursday at 10:00 am
Pick up will be Saturday at 9:00 am
If you forget one of your items after the closing day please fill out this form. If the item is found we will mail it to the preferred address and notify you. Shipping cost will then be added to your account balance.
Homesickness is usually a result of the discomfort of being in strange surroundings. The Camp Staff is trained to deal with homesickness by providing extra patience and attention and by keeping the camper active. Most campers quickly recover because they are having so much fun. You will be called if there is a serious problem. The general rule of “no news is good news” stands true at CFA, as we are working with the staff to give approximately 150 campers have an amazing experience.
*See page 10 of our Parent Handbook for more information on Homesickness
We ask that participants with specific food needs such as allergies and dietary restrictions contact us prior to arrival so we can best work out a plan to provide healthy, safe meals. We keep on-hand gluten-free, vegetarian, and nut-free options, but need your help to make sure we have what is needed to keep you or your camper safe and well-fed.
A Clinic Specialist, who resides at camp, is responsible for the daily health needs of campers, including dispensing of medication. Over-the-counter and/or prescription medication must be turned into the Clinic Specialist with the Medication Form completely filled out. The Medication Form has to be filled out and signed by your child’s doctor before the start of their camp session so please ensure that it is completed before your arrival to camp. Certain over-the-counter medications are available at camp and are administered by the
Clinic Specialist as symptoms warrant (ibuprofen, acetaminophen, Benadryl, etc.)
*Please see Page 6 of our Parent Handbook for more information.
Campers will have an opportunity to go to the camp store once during the week with their cabin during snack and again at the camp dance. The store will also be open on opening and closing days. A recommended amount to leave for your camper is anywhere between $10- $50 dollars. All Parents are required to fill out a form letting us know what they would like us to do with any remaining balances from the store. (Can be found under Forms and Documents on Parent Account)
*** Due to our agreement with Camp Corral the store will only be open on opening and closing day for our Camp Corral Sessions.
1. You'll need to register first in CampInTouch and secure your spot with a deposit.
2. Your balance must be paid in full by May 1st. The easiest way to make a payment is online, using your CampInTouch account under Financial Management. You can also call us at camp to have us take payment over the phone at 866-571-9622.
3. Interested in applying for a scholarship to help offset the cost of camp? Email Monika Lopez, our Business Manager, at [email protected] for more information.
In your parent account under forms and documents, there will be a downloadable flyer called Waldo Photos. We only send out the viewing code to families who are enrolled in the current summer.