Community Youth Camp
We want campers and their families to feel ready to go to Community Youth Camp. Here’s a list of common questions that come up that can help clear up some confusion.
If you still have questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The schedule is being worked on now. They will play 12-16 sports over the four days of camp. View the full list of sports played the last two years.
Over the last few years camp as been four days with each day beginning 8:30 – 9 a.m. and ending at 4 p.m.
Registration for both sessions are now closed. Sign-up for our newsletter to hear about 2024 Community Youth Camp opportunities!
We evaluate each family’s eligibility on an individual basis. When you register, select the scholarship option to tentatively hold a spot. Camp staff will review the application and reach out to you when a decision has been made. If you can afford the camp registration, we ask that you not apply for a scholarship so those can be reserved for families in need.
The dates for 2024 will be announced soon.
The location of camp in 2024 will be announced soon.
No. Each session is a separate registration. We recommend you pick whichever session works best for your schedule. Sports and other programming are virtually identical each week.
Yes. In addition to a waiver you’ll sign during registration, all campers are required to bring following forms the first day of camp:
We recommend your campers bring:
- Water bottle
- Sun block (please apply before your child arrives at camp)
- Hat or any other sun protection for outside
We will provide a T-shirt and drawstring bag for all campers. Lunch and snacks are also provided daily, but your camper(s) are welcome to bring their own snacks as long as they are peanut-free and tree-nut free.
Campers will be learning sports both indoors and outdoors during camp! Here is what we recommend:
- Comfortable clothing appropriate for active play and weather, and also approved for getting dirty!
- Closed-toe shoes only, preferably sneakers. Sandals and flip flops are not permitted.
Campers are not permitted to wear:
- Clothing with words, slogans or images that are inappropriate, including drugs, sex or alcohol, vulgar or offensive language, racially charged or insensitive content, suggestive imagery, bias toward any group or individual, and symbols related to gangs/gang membership.
Drop-off is from 8:30 – 9 a.m. each day. If you need to drop off your camper outside of these hours, please email email@example.com with details.
When you arrive:
- You will sign-in your camper and the time you drop them off.
- Camp staff will bring campers to their group.
- Your camper will join their group. Groups will stay together the entire day.
Parents/legal guardians are not permitted to stay at camp. Kids can have a hard time focusing on coaches and camp leaders if a parent is around.
Pick-up is promptly at 4:00 p.m. If you need to pick up your camper(s) outside of these hours, email firstname.lastname@example.org with details.
When you arrive:
- You or another guardian must come to the sign-out area.
- You or another guardian will be required to show identification.
- Campers will ONLY be released to adults listed on the Emergency Contact List.
Our staff will then bring your camper(s) to you!
- Please be on time for pick-up. Chronic late pick-ups may result in removal from the camp.
- Camp staff will start calling parents/guardians and the emergency contacts if your child has not been picked up by 4:15 p.m.
Camper registration will receive a full refund up until the start of camp. If a camper attends more than full day of camp, no refunds will be issued.