845-986-1164 info@campwarwick.org

CAMP FAQ’s

How do I know if I’m registered?
A confirmation packet with details and additional information will be sent to you within four weeks of receiving your completed registration.
What if my selected week is full?
Camp registrations are processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Your registration will be accepted and processed when all registration documents and payment have been received. You will be notified if the camp week(s) you selected are not available and be placed on a waitlist if you choose.
What if I am missing some information?
If any of the required registration information is missing, processing will be delayed, and a spot will not be held for your camper. We encourage you to provide all forms, along with immunizations, insurance card and payment together to avoid processing delays. Our registration checklists will help you to make sure you have everything you need.
What happens if I need to cancel or change a week?
Cancellations will incur a $40 administrative fee. Refunds are only given in circumstances involving a medical reason or family emergency. We will do our best to accommodate requested changes in camp weeks if there is space in the camp program you are requesting. A two-week notice period is required for changes.
Do you offer any discounts?
Register by May 3rd and receive $30 off your total camp fee!
A $25 sibling discount is available for siblings attending the Day Camp program, grades K-6.
Camperships for overnight camps are offered and are based on need and availability. For more information or consideration please contact the camp registrar.
Can I come see the camp?
Yes! We have 4 tour dates throughout the spring. Registration required. Contact our Camp Registrar to sign up. Call (845) 986-1164
or email cwregistrar@optimum.net

2019 CAMP WARWICK TOUR DATES
March 30 – 1:00 p.m.
April 13 – 1:00 p.m.
May 4th – 1:00 p.m.
May 18 – 1:00 p.m.

I’m going to overnight camp, what should I bring?

You can click the link below to find the In-Camp/Overnight Camp what to bring list
https://campwarwick.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/What-to-Bring-To-InCamp.pdf

I’m going to day camp, what should I bring?

You can click the link below to find the Day Camp what to bring list
https://campwarwick.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/What-to-Bring-To-DayCamp.pdf

What if I need to take medication at camp?
A nurse is on-site 24 hours per day during the camp week and is available to dispense prescription or over the counter medication as needed. All medication must be brought to camp in the original bottle. Campers requiring medication must bring the medication authorization form signed by a physician. This form should be brought at check-in and given to the nurse along with the medication. If we do not have the form at the time of check-in the nurse will not be able to administer any medications.
What meals are included?
All meals, snacks and drinks are provided. Overnight campers also have access to purchase additional snack items daily from our camp canteen.
What if I have a food allergy or dietary restriction?
We are a nut free organization and do our best to accommodate other allergy or dietary issues. Please ensure allergy information is clearly communicated on your registration paperwork. If the camper has more specific requirements we encourage you to bring food and snacks from home so the camper has a variety of meals and snacks available for them to eat. Contact the camp registrar to discuss.
Can I be in the same cabin AS my friends?
We will try to accommodate one bunk partner request per camper to the best of our ability, but cannot guarantee placement.

HAVE A QUESTION?

If you have any questions about the programs listed, please contact Devon Kenny, Camp Director/Youth Ministries Director, at (845) 986-1164 or at campwarwick1959@gmail.com

For Registration questions, please contact Karyn Flores, Camp Registrar, at 845-986-1164 or cwregistrar@optimum.net