FAQ

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions
Summer Camp

A lot! Camp has renovated the interiors of all its cabins since 2019. In 2022 we reached the end of this improvement. This means all our indoor spaces have AC, new floors, bunks, siding, lighting and more! It looks sooo nice. Not only that but many other spaces have seen a face lift in the last year. 2022 also saw us make renovations and additions to our high ropes course. Our new Giant Swing is one of our most popular activities.

In 2023 we begun renovations to our waterfront. New docks have been added our swim area and added to the fun and safety of our waterfront. The former docks have been renovated to for our sailing area. Our Aquatic Obstacle course or Wibit has also been expanded upon. Our Kayak program has 12 new boats for enjoying the lake. The waterfront is our most popular program area and these improvements have elevated it even further.

In 2024 we plan to make renovations to our target sports and paintball area! A new stage at campfire, a Maker’s Workshop, renovation to our rec hall, a new blacktop and solar shade structure over our basketball court, a new maintenance barn and painting many of our cabins. 

There are many ways!  You can call Camp and register over the phone, you can quickly sign up online, or you can sign up at a Y branch! You do not need to be a member but you do need to create a profile.

A $50 deposit is required PER WEEK for all overnight camps. This will ensure your spot is reserved in the week you choose.  It is applied towards your total balance. As long as space exists in other weeks you can always change.

To receive the Y Member pricing, it must be a Family Membership – youth memberships will not apply. If you sign up less than two weeks prior to your camp, you must pay in full upon registration. Membership pricing is available to those outside the Volusia-Flagler association. You will just need to contact us for the discount.

By filling out our Financial Assistance Form. You will need to provide proof of income through paystubs and your tax forms. This is all kept private amongst our administrative team. Campers who come on FA are treated the same as every other camper. 

Camp is for the camper. We take a strong policy that parents and campers interaction is limited. This is tough on campers but certainly on parents. Here is how you can keep track.

On Facebook we post photos of the previous day. We do try to keep up with our stories on social media. We do not guarantee photos of your child everyday, but they should pop up once or twice at least through the week. 

Mail and Camp mail. Parents, family and friends can send emails through your Campbrain account. Mail can also be delivered to camp. Please note post office delivery times, however a hand written letter can have a huge impact. Please keep care packages small and with nonperishables. 

For campers staying over the weekend we do provide laundry. Campers should label their clothing and have a marked laundry bag.

A full list is available in our Parent Portal with the Parent Guide. A short list would be clothes for their time here, tolietries, towels, bathing suits, bedding(usually sheets, blankets and a pillow for a twin bed), waterbottle and they should be good to go!

Many families will over pack for camp and their is a lot of things you can bring. If your camper is missing any essentials we will make sure to get it for them. 

Our cabins are recently renovated. They have a clean interior with heating and cooling (HVAC).  Some cabins do have bathrooms for our younger cabins but the rest use a central bathhouse.