Activities will be held outdoors (covered outdoor locations with good ventilation) whenever possible, and attendance at camp will be reduced from previous years to allow for more social distancing. Our protocol meets or exceeds current CDC, CA State Department of Health and local County guidelines and is subject to revision based on changes in those guidelines. If you develop symptoms of COVID (even mild) or if you come in contact with someone who is COVID positive within 10 days from the start of camp, please don’t attend without testing immediately before you leave for camp AND at arrival.
Anyone who tests positive will be required to leave camp and will receive a full refund of all fees paid. Minors whose guardian(s) are not allowed to stay in camp will also need to leave unless a new guardian can be found who is staying in camp.
We will require that all campers and instructors be vaccinated to the level recommended for their age range by the CDC at the time of camp attendance this year. Proof of vaccination status will be required for entry into camp; we will also make it possible to send an image of your vaccination card with your balance payment in July.
: In order to protect our camp community from infection, we will require rapid testing upon arrival at camp and possibly again mid-way through camp. Tests will be provided by camp, and will be supervised. We encourage all those traveling from a distance to camp to self-test before they get in the car or on the plane, so as not to be surprised by a positive test on arrival at camp (and be required to leave).
Good quality N95 or KN95 masking will be required when indoors (and not actively eating or performing) and any time distancing from others cannot be maintained. Please provide your own masks.
We will not be monitoring for fever or symptoms during camp, but if you do develop any, we ask you to consider your community and report to the camp medic(s), and we will ask you to undergo an additional test.
Since Camp Campbell has NO rooms that accommodate just one or two campers, we ask you to begin contemplating your housing preferences as soon as possible: are there others attending camp with whom you can form a “pod” (safe housing unit)? We will ask for any information you have on a “pod” on the initial application and again when the balance of fees is due to enable us to assign housing.
Requests for refund of all fees paid due to Covid exposure or Covid-related concerns will be honored.
Camp Campbell staff: All staff are vaccinated