Each person in your vehicle (including your Camper) must complete the All-Access Pass screening to enter the facility.
A link to the screening (and instructions) will be emailed to you three days prior to the start of your session.
Your Camper will not be allowed to check in earlier than their assigned check-in time noted above.
If checking in more than one Camper - and they are in different tribes, we recommend (when possible) bringing a parent/guardian for each. This will allow one person to accompany each Camper through the check-in process.
Arriving with medications not prepared as required is a primary cause of longer wait times during check-in and may even affect whether your Camper can stay at CAMP.
Please follow the medication preparation instructions provided in the confirmation packet.
Any changes to your Camper's health or medication needs should be discussed with Camp CAMP staff at check-in. Please do not make changes to your Camper's application as we have finalized their information.
Checking in Campers takes time! We are thorough when reviewing the care needs of each Camper to ensure we're prepared to support them during their session.
Please be prepared to wait in your car until your Camper is called.
We suggest packing snacks, charged tablets/phones for entertainment, etc...
As a reminder, Summer Camp 2021 requires modifications to how we are able to manage challenging behaviors at Camp CAMP. If challenging behaviors are demonstrated during a summer session that we are unable to successfully manage within the context of our COVID-19 protocols (which exist to protect all participants), Campers may be sent home early.
*Call 210-831-1461 no later than 4pm on Thursday before the session if you have any questions.