Overnight camps are still under a closure order. On May 19, 2020 overnight camps were closed for operation as children’s camps and that order has not been lifted. The OCA has been working closely with the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health on a plan to safely reopen camps for this summer. There is no set timeline for the lifting of the closure order but the hope is it will be lifted at some point in April.
We are planning to operate at a reduced capacity of 50-60% this summer.
Cohorts, masking, social distancing, frequent handwashing and other Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions will be a part of daily life at camp this summer. Campers and staff will be wearing masks at camp, spending the week with their cabin cohort (likely 8 campers and 2 camp staff), eating outside for most meals, and staying a safe distance from other cohorts.
Camper drop-off will look different and will involve a screening procedure. It will likely be a drive-thru drop-off with only the camper getting out of the car.
Daily health checks will be conducted for everyone at camp.
Campers will need to remain at camp for the duration of their camp session unless they are departing early. Please choose a camp session that doesn’t conflict with an appointment or game. Leaving and returning this within the same session will not be an option this summer.