Information for Registered Campers

Here, you'll find the information you and your registered camper will need, including specifics about dropoff and pickup procedures, what your child will need to bring/wear, medical information, and more.

Questions? Contact Us.
  • View Your Camp Information

    If you would like a reminder about the camps in which your child(ren) enrolled, please log into your CampInTouch account. Once logged into your account, click “Camper Information” and the camps you’ve enrolled your child in will be listed under Programs. You can also see this information on your financial statement. Click “Financial Management” and “View Statement”.

  • Change your child’s camp schedule.

    You may apply to new camps by logging into your CampInTouch account and selecting Camper Application. All requests for camp schedule changes must be processed in writing via mail or email. Switching camps after May 31 will result in a $25 processing fee.

  • Registration, Cancellations, & Refunds

    Cancellations will result in a $25 fee (per camp). Requests for camp schedule changes must be processed in writing via mail or email. Switching camps after June 4 will also result in a $25 processing fee, and no refunds will be issued for any changes made after June 4.

    Registration is binding after June 4. Full payment for all camps is due on or before June 4. The parent or guardian will be responsible for payment even if the student does not attend and/or if the registration contract was received after May 31. A refund for medical reasons only applies to absences of one week or longer and will require a doctor’s note. Full refunds for cancellations related to COVID-19 will be allowed.

    Refund Policy: No refunds will be issued to students who are withdrawn from any camp after June 4 unless for COVID-19 related reasons. All changes must be received in writing on or before June 4 to avoid fee charges. Any change or cancellation made after registration is processed is subject to a $25 fee (per camp).

  • Receipts & Westminster's Tax ID Number

    Access your CampInTouch account to view receipts. Log in and click on “Financial Management.” Westminster’s tax ID number is 51-0158994

  • Daily Schedule

    7:30-9 a.m. – Before-Care
    8:30 a.m. – Check-in begins for morning camps
    9-11:45 a.m. – Morning camps
    11:45 a.m.-12 p.m. – Pick-up time for morning campers
    11:45 a.m.-12:30 p.m. – Lunchtime for all-day campers
    12 p.m. – Check-in begins for afternoon camps
    12:30-3:15 p.m. – Afternoon camps
    3:15-3:30 p.m. – Pick-up time for campers*
    3:15-5:30 p.m. – After-Care

  • Check-in and Pick-up Procedures

    COVID-19 will impact drop-off and pick-up. More information on check-in and pick-up will be provided as camp approaches. Stay tuned!

    On Mondays, check-in begins at 8:30 a.m. for morning camps and 12 p.m. for afternoon camps. We’ll ask you to review your contact and emergency information while our counselors help your camper.

    Tuesday through Friday, you may bring your camper to the Plaza to join his/her camp, or simply drop your camper off by the Plaza. Your camper will pick up a nametag and check in when he/she meets his/her camp instructor.

    Pickup lasts for 15 minutes after camps have ended. Plan to walk up to the Plaza to pick up your child from the camp instructor and sign out every day. Only 5th–9th graders may sign themselves out with parent permission. All younger campers must be picked up; they will not be allowed to walk to parents’ cars.

    If you would like someone else to pick up your child, please fill out the Authorized People to Pick Up Child Form in advance.

    Late Pickup
    Morning and afternoon dismissal end promptly at 12 p.m. and 3:30 p.m., respectively. Any child not picked up by that time will be placed in after-care and parents will be billed accordingly ($10/day).

    In the event of inclement weather, we will move check-in and pick-up to the Grand Entry/Arena.

    *Please check back before camp begins for updated information—drop off and pick up locations subject to change. 

  • Opening & Closing Ceremonies

    Traditionally, Camp Westminster has had an opening and closing ceremony. Due to COVID-19, this part of camp will be affected. We are working on a creative solution. Stay tuned!

  • Lunch

    If your child is staying all day, he/she will attend lunch. You should have already filled out the Lunch Form to indicate if your camper will be purchasing lunch. If they wish, campers may bring a non-perishable lunch*. Please clearly mark lunches with each camper’s name and/or bring cash for your camper to purchase lunch. If you need to add lunch for your camper after registration has been completed, please email us.

    *Because some of our campers have severe nut allergies, we ask that all campers refrain from bringing lunch items that contain nuts.

    Weekly lunch menus to come. Please check back.

    A la Carte Snacks and Drinks ($1):
    Strawberry yogurt
    Cheese and crackers
    Veggie bags with Ranch cup
    Chips and salsa

    *Some menu items may contain (or have come into contact with equipment associated with products containing) peanuts, tree nuts, milk, egg, and wheat.

    Read more about lunch on the FAQ page.

  • T-Shirts

    Every camper will receive one Camp Westminster t-shirt during the first week that he/she attends camp.

  • Medical Reminders

    Thank you for completing the online Health History Form for Camp Westminster. We will have a registered nurse available from 9 a.m.–3 p.m. If your child requires medication, such as an EpiPen or inhaler during camp, please ensure that it is properly labeled and in its original pharmacy container. Our camp nurses will be present at check-in to collect medication and discuss any concerns or questions you might have.

    A brief screening questionnaire will be required to participate in camp. We ask that you complete this at home before arriving on Westminster’s campus. The daily health screening questionnaire will screen individuals for the new onset of COVID related symptoms (fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea) and assess if individuals have been in close contact with an individual with a confirmed case of COVID-19 or if the individual has tested positive for COVID-19 themselves.

  • Specific Camp Information: What to Wear/Bring

    Children should wear appropriate summer clothing for active play. We advise tennis shoes or sturdy sandals for all campers. For outdoor camps, we expect campers to bring and apply their own sunscreen or come with it already applied. Camp instructors and counselors may not apply sunscreen to campers.

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