We realize that safety is of the Lord, and we also realize that there are some practical things that we must do to help people stay safe. Our camp serves people from all over the nation, and while different areas have their own restrictions and liberties, we've been given specific recommendations from the state of New Hampshire that we plan to use as we plan for this summer.
We encourage campers to get a COVID-19 test prior to arrival (please do not come if your result is positive).
Campers should exercise common sense practices in the weeks leading up to camp (ie. social distancing, mask wearing, avoiding crowds, exercising good hygiene, etc.)
The day that you plan to arrive at camp, please self-check for any COVID-19 symptoms (ie. use the “Self-Checker” tool). Campers will be asked to sign a pre-screening form before check-in. We may send campers/sponsors home if they are flagged by the form.PRE-SCREENING FORM
Here are some of the things that we are doing to keep everyone safe.
Social distancing and good hygiene will be encouraged all week long.
Masks are not mandated, but encouraged.
Weather permitting, most activities will be held outside.
Camp program has been adjusted to be covid-careful.
Check-in and pick-up will be controlled to prevent visitors from roaming the campsite.
Day sponsors and visitors will not be allowed on the campsite during the week (including Wednesday nights, sadly).
Inside dining and seating will have adequate spacing.
All servers in our Dining Hall, Sweet Shoppe, and Cool Beans wear masks.
If a camper becomes symptomatic while at camp, parents will be contacted to get tested, and they will be kept in an isolation cabin until they can be taken home.
We will trust in God’s protection.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (603) 529-0001 with any specific questions regarding your situation.