For the smooth adjustment of campers and the efficient operation of camp, visits and phone calls are strongly discouraged, as it tends to breed feelings of homesickness. But please feel free to send your child a letter or card to the Camp at:
ATTN: (Your child’s name here)
33712 Webster Rd E
Eatonville, WA 98328
Or send a fax: (253) 847-2910 (specify clearly your Camper’s name.)
Or email email@example.com and specify your child’s name in the subject line.
Parents are welcome to call, (253) 847-2511, and get an update from administrative staff on their child. This update will only include whether your child has been in the Nurse’s Office during their stay and whether any behavioral issues or concerns have been reported. Unless otherwise notified, your child has integrated into the camp experience with no problems.
Younger Campers and those who may be missing home are encouraged to write letters and postcards home. You may want to include some self-addressed stamped envelopes or postcards for them to do so.
We also do not allow campers to keep cell phones with them at Camp, as many cell phones now have the capability of picture/video taking and we cannot completely police when or where photos/videos will be taken. These are also expensive gadgets to replace if dropped, damaged, or lost, and we will not be held responsible for them. Instead we embrace the idea that a week in nature is most beneficial without the disruption of modern conveniences of cell phones, tablets, video games, and other electronics.
If a parent/guardian needs to pick-up their child from camp, please have the parent call first. When they arrive at camp they must show picture identification and sign for their child. Only the parent or guardian that has signed the application form may pick-up their child from camp. If anyone other than the person who registered the camper will need to pick up the camper please provide written authorization, in advance, so we can plan accordingly.
Please note: Children will only be released into the custody of the parent/guardian that signed the application.