Last Updated: Jan. 27, 2021

As you know, our priority is always the health and safety of our campers. As such, we will be regularly updating this page to inform you of our practices and policies regarding COVID-19. We collaborate on a regular basis with local, state, national, and international agencies to remain informed and proactive as new information develops.

 


Health Services and Safety Protocols

What health and safety protocols will Frost Valley be taking to prevent the spread of COVID-19?

What happens if my camper tests positive for COVID-19 while at camp?

What happens if my camper is exposed to COVID-19 while at camp?

Will there be health services?

Do I still need to fill out my camper’s health information in Camp Docs this year?


Cancellations/Refunds

Will I be refunded if I choose to cancel my child’s session?

What if my child receives a positive test result or is in contact before coming to camp, will I get a full refund?


Program Questions

What are the drop off and pick up times?

Will there be bus transportation this year?

Will lunch be provided?

Will there be Equestrian Camps this year?

Will there be Specialty Camps this year?

What activities will my camper be participating in?

Will my child go swimming? 

How much does it cost per session?

Can I register my child online?

 



 

Health Services and Safety Protocols

 

What health and safety protocols will Frost Valley be taking to prevent the spread of Covid-19?

  • Frost Valley is limiting group size to 10 campers.
  • Staff will wear masks at all times.
  • Children will also be required to wear face masks when they are transitioning between activities on camp and they have the potential to cross paths with other campers. They will not be required to wear them when they are participating in activities in their group.
  • Families will also be asked to complete a health questionnaire to assess the potential exposure of the camper to the Covid-19 virus and daily temperature checks will be taken upon arrival. Campers confirmed to have a temperature over 100.0°F will not be allowed to attend camp.
  • Campers will be encouraged to wash their hands frequently and use the hand sanitizing stations around camp when hand washing is not possible.
  • Frost Valley uses cleaning products and protocols which meet EPA guidelines and are approved to be effective against COVID-19 in addition to other viruses, bacteria and other airborne/blood borne pathogens. Public spaces as well as camp materials/equipment will be disinfected.

For a more thorough list, please visit our Day Camp Covid-19 Prevention Protocols Page.

 

 

What happens if my camper tests positive for Covid-19 while at camp?

If your camper shows any symptoms of illness while at camp, they will be isolated and you will need to pick up your camper within 90 minutes. Please make sure that you or someone you have designated to pick up your child is available to do this while your camper is at camp. 

 

 

What happens if my camper is exposed to Covid-19 while at camp?

Your campers safety is our number one priority. Frost Valley will use contact tracing to determine if any campers were directly exposed. Family members of campers who were directly exposed will be contacted immediately.  We are still in the process of finalizing protocols using guidelines from the American Camp Association, CDC and State/Local Department of Health. We will update our FAQS once a protocol has been decided on. 

 

 

Will there be health services?

Yes, our health center will be open. Please make sure to complete all the required health documents through Camp Docs. Please make sure to complete all the required health documents through Camp Docs.  It is incredibly important that Frost Valley has the most accurate emergency contact information should we need to contact a parent or guardian in the event of a Covid-19 exposure or if your camper tests positive. It’s also important that we have an up-to-date vaccination record for your camper.

 

 

Do I still need to fill out my camper’s health information in Camp Docs this year?

Yes, please make sure to complete all the required health documents through Camp Docs. If you have already filled it out for a prior program you will simply need to verify and update the information you have previously provided. It is incredibly important that Frost Valley has the most accurate emergency contact information should we need to contact a parent or guardian in the event of a Covid-19 exposure or if your camper tests positive. It’s also important that we have an up-to-date vaccination record for your camper.

 

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Cancellations/Refunds

 

Will I be refunded if I choose to cancel my child’s session?

REFUND/CANCELLATION POLICY: A full refund is available if cancelled by May 1, 2021. A full refund less a $50 deposit (per session, per camper) is available if cancelled before June 1, 2021. No refunds if cancelled after June 1, 2021. ALL CANCELLATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED IN WRITING.

 

 

What if my child receives a positive test result or is in contact before coming to camp, will I get a full refund?

If a camper tests positive for Covid- 19 prior to starting their camp session, we would honor a full refund with proof of that positive test. Families can also rollover that tuition to a later session of camp if there is space or to registration in Summer 2022. 

If a camper has come in contact with someone who tests positive and is deemed a primary contact, we would honor a full refund with proof of being a primary contact. Proof would need to be some form of written documentation stating they have been considered a primary contact. Families can also rollover that tuition to a later session of camp if there is space or to registration in Summer 2022.

 

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Program Questions

 

What are the drop off and pick up times?

Drop off will be at 8:30 am and pick up will be at 4:00 pm at the Day Camp turn around. Parents will be asked to remain in their vehicles.

 

 

Will there be bus transportation?

Yes, there will be limited bus transportation this year. View our Day Camp Transportation Page for bus routes and rates. 

 

 

Will lunch be provided?

Lunch will not be provided this year as our dining hall will not be open in order to prevent large group gatherings. Please be sure your child comes to camp each day with a lunch that will sustain them through a full day of activities. Please also include a reusable water bottle. We will be refilling them often to ensure campers stay hydrated throughout the day. Lunches should be packed with an ice pack if it’s necessary to keep the contents cool since we won’t have access to a refrigerator. Please do not send your child to camp with peanut butter or other nuts as we are a nut-free facility. 

 

 

Will there be equestrian or specialty camps this year?

Yes, we will be offering our Hoofbeats program for campers entering grades 3-5 and our Saddle Up program for grades 6-10. No equipment will be shared between riders.

Yes, a specialty camp is offered each session for our campers entering 3rd-5th grade.

 

 

What activities will my camper be participating in?

Campers will participate in a variety of outdoor activities including: swimming, games, sports, hiking, arts and crafts, archery, and more.

 

 

Will my child go swimming?

Yes, campers will have the opportunity to swim in Lake Cole this summer! 

 

 

How much does it cost per session?

Rates start at $225 for a one-week session. Specialty & Equestrian camps have different rates. View our Day Camp Rates Page for more information. Financial assistance is available. Please call 845-985-2291 for more information.

 

 

Can I register my child online?

Yes, you can register online here.

 

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If you have more questions or would like to register your camper, please email daycamp@frostvalley.org or call 845-985-2291 ext. 305.