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General Camp FAQs

What are Trinity Summer Camp’s dates and hours?
Our Summer 2023 camp dates will be Monday, June 12th - Friday, August 4th.
Regular camp hours are 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, with Before Care (7:30 – 9 am) and After Care (4 – 5 pm) options.


What is the difference between Day Camp, Middle School Camp, and Sport Camp?
All our camp programs have weekly themes that help guide planning for those weeks. Day Campers spend time in their classroom and outside while playing games, doing craft projects, and working on group activities throughout the week. Middle School Campers also spend time in their classroom and outside to work on weekly projects, participate in team building games, and designing some activities of their own based on camper interest. Sport Campers spend most of their time outside playing and competing in games based around the sport of the week. You can visit the specific pages for each camp in the menu on the left.

How do we group campers?
We typically group our campers by the grade level they will be entering in the fall, but we can be a bit flexible to accommodate special circumstances with siblings or friends. If you have a specific request for your child to be placed with another camper, please email the Camp Director. We will do our best to accommodate special requests based on space available.

Do we offer any lunch-for-purchase days?
Yes, we offer Chick-fil-A and Bella Mia Pizza purchases for certain days of the week. Chick-fil-A is offered on Wednesdays of each camp week. The Chick-fil-A lunch includes 8 nuggets, chips, and a water bottle. Bella Mia Pizza is offered every Friday. Campers may order cheese pizza (by the slice). All orders need to be placed before your registered camp week begins.


Do we offer snacks throughout the day?
Trinity Summer Camp provides ice pops at the end of the regular camp day (around 3:30 pm). We do not provide a morning snack. Campers should bring a snack from home to enjoy in the morning (around 10/10:30 am). 

Are any foods restricted from camp?
Yes, 
Trinity Summer Camp is a nut free environment. Campers are not permitted to bring any nut products to camp for snack or lunch times. We greatly appreciate your support with this, as we want to keep all our campers as safe as possible.


What type of water play is offered?
To provide our campers with much-needed water play this summer, we will bring back the inflatable water slides on Wednesdays and Fridays of each camp week. Please be sure to send your camper with a swimsuit, towel, and change of clothes on those days. If counselors plan for other water play activities on additional days of the week, parents will be notified ahead of time so the campers can come prepared.

How do I register for camp weeks?
All our registrations are done online through Camp Docs. Parents can register their children for any number of weeks in our 8-week summer program. All forms are completed online through Camp Docs. If your child has allergies, asthma, or other health concerns that require medication at camp, additional forms may be required. Once your child's health profile is complete, the Camp Director will review it and let you know if we require additional forms. If any medication is coming to camp with your child, additional forms (signed by parent and doctor) will be required.

How will I know which weeks are full?
In our Camp Doc registration portal, you will be informed if you attempt to register your child for a week that is full in their age group. You can still choose to be added to the waitlist for that week. The Camp Director will review the waitlist and approve registrations if/when space becomes available.

Are there any discounts available?
Yes, we offer a sibling discount. Please contact the Camp Director for the coupon code you may use during registration.


I have registered my camper- Now What???


Registration Completion
Camp Docs will send out many reminder emails to complete camper health forms, upload a camper picture, and reminders about any outstanding account balances. Any changes to camper registrations must be requested before May 1st. Otherwise, we can not guarantee a refund. The $50 registration fee is nonrefundable. All camp payments must be made by June 1st. If you register a camper after this date (if space allows), all camp payments must be made before you child’s first day of camp. Once all forms have been completely filled out, you will receive a Camper Pick Up Card the week prior to your camper’s first registered camp week. This should be visible at pick up each day.

What should my child bring to camp?
Campers should bring the following items to camp EVERYDAY:
• Morning Snack
• Lunch (unless they have a pre-ordered lunch for that day) 
• Water bottle (to refill throughout the day)
• Towel (for outdoor picnics)
• Sunscreen (kept in classroom for the week)
Waterslide Days for all campers (Wed & Fri): swimsuit, towel, change of clothes, bag for wet clothes
Day Camp only: pencil case with pencils, coloring supplies, scissors, and glue
Green Group (Pre-K and K) only: mat or blanket for rest time and extra change of clothes

All items should be LABELED WITH CAMPER NAME please


What should my child wear to camp?
All Campers should come to camp wearing sunscreen and comfortable clothes that are appropriate for the weather that day. Sport Campers should wear shorts, t-shirts, and sneakers. We would suggest sneakers for Day Campers as well, but any comfortable footwear is fine.

What if my child has food allergies?
All campers must have all health forms completed before they can attend camp. All health information, including food allergies, should be listed in their Camp Doc profile. If your child has food allergies, additional forms are required. Some require a doctor signature as well. It is helpful for parents to complete all forms as early as possible so we can prepare for our campers to safely attend camp.

How does Drop Off and Pick Up work?
Drop Off: If you are registered for Before Care, drop off will begin at 7:30 am. If you are not registered for Before Care, drop off will begin at 9:00 am. Signs will direct you to your camper’s group.

Pick Up: If you are not registered for After Care, pick up will begin a few minutes before 4:00 pm. If you are registered for After Care, you may pick up any time until 5:00 pm. Parents may not pick up campers between 3:30 – 3:45 pm, as that greatly disrupts our preparation for our camp-wide pick up process. Parents picking up should have their Pick Up Card clearly displayed on their car dashboard. If you don’t have the Pick Up Card with you, you will be asked to show ID so we can verify you are authorized to pick up. Signs will direct you to your camper’s group.

If you are dropping off or picking up campers at other times of the day, please park in our Parent Parking Lot and call our Camp Office at 443-498-5093

What is our Late Pick Up Policy?
All Trinity Campers must be picked up by their parent or legal guardian at the time arranged during registration. Children picked up AFTER the arranged time incur a $20 fee for the first 10 minutes, and $2 for each additional minute - per child. Please remember: We staff our camp according to the number of children registered, and are required to pay our staff additional funds when they stay late to supervise campers.



 



5.   Does Trinity Summer Camp Provide Snacks?

Trinity Summer Camp provides ice pops at the end of the day (around 3:30/3:45). We do not provide a morning snack. Campers should bring a snack from home to enjoy in the morning (around 10:30 am).

Important Note: If your child has any food allergies, you must provide written permission for them to receive an ice pop. If you do not wish your child to receive an ice pop, you may send in an alternate treat. 



5.   Does Trinity Summer Camp Provide Snacks?

Trinity Summer Camp provides ice pops at the end of the day (around 3:30/3:45). We do not provide a morning snack. Campers should bring a snack from home to enjoy in the morning (around 10:30 am).

Important Note: If your child has any food allergies, you must provide written permission for them to receive an ice pop. If you do not wish your child to receive an ice pop, you may send in an alternate treat. 



5.   Does Trinity Summer Camp Provide Snacks?

Trinity Summer Camp provides ice pops at the end of the day (around 3:30/3:45). We do not provide a morning snack. Campers should bring a snack from home to enjoy in the morning (around 10:30 am).

Important Note: If your child has any food allergies, you must provide written permission for them to receive an ice pop. If you do not wish your child to receive an ice pop, you may send in an alternate treat. 



5.   Does Trinity Summer Camp Provide Snacks?

Trinity Summer Camp provides ice pops at the end of the day (around 3:30/3:45). We do not provide a morning snack. Campers should bring a snack from home to enjoy in the morning (around 10:30 am).

Important Note: If your child has any food allergies, you must provide written permission for them to receive an ice pop. If you do not wish your child to receive an ice pop, you may send in an alternate treat. 

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