PRIMARY CAMP

PRIMARY CAMP

SPEAKER: ADRIAN BURDEN

Dates: Thu 6/16/2022 – Sat 6/18/2022

HOUSING FULL – Only accepting day campers with offsite housing.

SPEAKER: NATE O’ROURKE

Dates: Thu 6/30/2022 – Sat 7/2/2022

HOUSING FULL – Only accepting day campers with offsite housing.

Check-in hours are from 2-4 pm on Thursday. Dismissal is Saturday morning after breakfast.

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Primary camp provides a unique opportunity for younger children to get a taste of camp with the company of a parent before they’re old enough to attend regular junior camp. The three day schedule is full of fun and learning just like regular camp, but the schedule is a bit less intense for the little ones!

Cost: $170 for Camper + One Adult (Additional children in the family are $50 / Additional adults are $85)

Who can come? Campers from K-3rd grade accompanied by an adult. (*Children can be accompanied by a parent, legal guardian, older sibling, or other responsible adult over 18 who has permission from the parent to oversee the child while at camp. Only children within the specified age group can come; i.e. parents should not plan to bring additional younger children with them.)

How does it work? A camp staff member will stay overnight in the cabin with campers and adults, and AGBC staff will oversee group activities and serve as guides for parents and campers, but accompanying adults are ultimately responsible for their child/children while at camp. Children must be accompanied by an adult of the same gender, but the adult to child ratio does not necessarily have to be 1:1 (For example: A mom may bring multiple daughters or a dad bring multiple sons. If a mom is attending with a daughter and a son, a dad or other adult male sponsor will need to accompany the son. For example, if a family has boys and girls attending but both parents cannot be present at camp, they may tag-team with another family – the mom from one family staying with her own girl and girls from another family and the dad from another family staying with the boys from his own family and another family, etc.).

Don’t want to stay overnight? No problem! If you live near enough to drive home for the night and would prefer to take your child home to sleep, you are more than welcome to do so and just join in the activities during the day.

Have questions? Please feel free to contact our office and we’d be glad to help!