A NOTE ABOUT COVID-19
The health and safety of our campers is our #1 priority. Crowders Camps has studied CDC and North Carolina state guidelines to prepare the most up-to-date and effective health policies possible for the protection of our campers. We are committed to transparently sharing our policies with you, our parents and group leaders, so that you can make informed decisions for your summer.
Please note, however, that even following all policies and safety guidelines issued by the state and CDC, you assume inherent risk in allowing your camper to gather with persons outside of your household.
We have enacted preventative screening measures to evaluate the health of every staff member and camper entering the property each day this summer, along with restructuring our program in light of social distancing requirements. Additionally, we have created protocols to isolate, confirm, respond, and remove any camper or staff with suspected COVID-19. More details are available in the policy documents at the bottom of this page.
This situation continues to change daily, and as such, we will adapt and adjust our protocols and procedures as we follow the guidance provided by the CDC and local health departments, in our efforts to help keep our campers, staff, and families healthy.
Ultimately, the choice for your child to attend summer camp at Crowders Camps is a personal one, and you are in control. If you are uncomfortable with the risks of COVID-19 in a summer camp setting, having to travel to one of our locations, or having your child interact with our staff and other campers, we have several options available to you, including a full refund for Day Camps or moving your child’s term to Summer 2021.
If you have concerns about your camper attending day camp for any reason, please contact your physician for further advice.
If you have been diagnosed with asthma; have been diagnosed with cancer, treated with chemo or radiation within six months of the onset of camp; suffer from cystic fibrosis, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, or juvenile multiple sclerosis, please contact your doctor and discuss if attending camp is right for you.
Campers will be required to bring a mask to camp and will be requested to wear their mask at all times it is feasible.
Parents and group leaders: It is essential that you do not bring campers to Crowders Camps that are exhibiting symptoms of any illness. For the safety of all campers and staff, if you are sick, please stay home!
CDC Mask Guidelines link : https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/downloads/cloth-face-covering.pdf
Policy documents are likely to change if new guidelines are issued by North Carolina or the CDC. Documents on this page will be kept up-to-date with our most current policies.