FAQs

Are you still accepting new campers for summer 2017?

Yes! When there are no more spots available, we will remove the “Add to Cart” option from the camp page.

What is your refund policy?

We only offer refunds under extenuating circumstances and no refunds are issued after the camp start date.

Do you offer sibling discounts?

Yes, when selecting a quantity of 2 or more on a camp, a ten percent discount will automatically be applied to your order and reflected in the shopping cart.

Are children allowed to bring phones or electronic devices to camp?

Campers may bring their devices at their own risk and will be required to put them away during all scheduled activities. They will be having so much fun, they won’t even think about using their devices. Campers may check in with their parents with their phones during the lunch break.

How do I know my child will be safe at camp?

All camp counselors have completed a thorough application and background check. Campers move throughout the school campus in their assigned groups only and are escorted with a buddy and a junior counselor for unscheduled bathroom breaks. The camp directors only allow authorized individuals into the camp site and are in constant communication with all counselors.

Do I have to reside in St. Johns County to attend one of your camps? 

There are no residency restrictions to attend our camps. We are a private program, operated within St. Johns County, but not affiliated with any St. Johns County department.

How does your camp handle children with food allergies?

Parents must notify the camp director of any food or other allergies prior to the camp start date. If the allergy is so severe that airborne exposure is a risk, the camp director will notify the other parents and ask they do not send foods containing those items in their children’s lunches.

Children with food allergies are given a bracelet to indicate to the counselors they have an allergy. All snacks provided by the camp are carefully selected and free of common allergens, such as, peanuts. Alternative snacks without gluten and dairy are available for children with sensitivities to these items.