All volunteers and campers must be fully vaccinated to apply to weeks 1 and 2 of camp. Weeks 3 and 4, campers and volunteers do not need to be fully vaccinated to apply, although we strongly encourage vaccination against Covid-19.
Check-in will be done with only one other individual (parent, driver, caregiver, etc.). Anyone else in the vehicle will be required to stay in their vehicle. This includes children; please prepare accordingly for this.
Unfortunately, the campus will not be open for exploring during check-in. If you would like to see the new campus, we invite you to our Grand Opening on Jun 18, 2022.
Camp Daniel’s definition of fully vaccinated is having your primary series shots with a booster if eligible. If you are not yet eligible for your booster by your week of camp, the booster is not required.
If there is a suspected case within a cabin cohort, families/homes of the other campers in the cabin will be contacted with the option to pick up campers early.
No, at this time, campers and volunteers must be fully vaccinated or show proof of a negative PCR test taken 72 hrs prior to the start of check-in. Proof of antibodies will not be an exemption for either of these. (This is for weeks 3 and 4, all campers and volunteers must be fully vaccinated to attend weeks 1 and 2 of camp)
You can use all or a portion of your account balance towards a Camp Daniel gift card in any amount. A new camp t-shirt can soften the blow of camp being cancelled and offer something to look forward to! The digital gift card can be used to purchase merchandise at the online shop, The Trading Post. You can also buy a gift card for someone else who would love some new Camp Daniel gear.
At this time, rollover is not an option in the refund process. You can purchase a Camp Daniel digital gift card to be used at The Trading Post (gift shop online).
Yes, but you won’t be accepted into week 1 or 2 until submitting proof of vaccination, so promptness is encouraged to boost your chances of attending these weeks. You will be able to select weeks 3 and 4 without proof of vaccination.
Amendment – Updated 03/12/2022
Following updated CDC recommendations Camp Daniel will not be requiring the use of face masks at summer camp. Our local community level is “low” so masking is completely optional and based on personal preference, informed by your personal level of risk.