Parent F.A.Q.’s

Whether you are a returning camper parent . . . or brand new to the family;

We want to make sure we answer all of your questions!

Can campers be in a cabin with their friends?

Of course! On our registration form, there is a section where campers can request a cabin mate. We do our absolute best to ensure that campers are placed with their requested cabin mates, and it is typically not an issue.

Are there any discounts for families?

Yes. We have a ‘$50/additional child’ discount for families who send more than one child. Register both children at the same time, and this discount will be applied automatically. If your child attends an additional week(s), you will receive a ‘$50/additional week’ discount – if you register for them at the same time.

My camper takes a number of medications, is there someone who will distribute them?

Every week we have a Camp Nurse (or designated first aider) on site who is available 24/7 for our staff and campers, and will be the only person on site who will distribute medications to campers. They will be present at registration on opening day, so that you are able to meet privately with them to discuss medications and health concerns with them in full.

Should I send any money with my camper?

Our Registration fee covers everything necessary for camp, including money for the Tuck Shop. On opening and closing day, we have a camp store that sells ‘camp swag’, BBQ and snacks which they will need money for if they would like to buy anything. (A camp t-shirt, for example).

My camper is very anxious and wants to know if they can call me from camp; is this allowed?

It is our hope that all of our campers will have the best camp experience possible. That being said, sometimes campers are experiencing their first time away from home, and this may be a big transition for both camper and parent. We will always connect with you if your camper is having any known troubles at camp, and give you the option of talking with them on the phone.

Is there any financial aid available?

Our Campership program is available for those in financial need. Click here for more information.

My camper has significant dietary restrictions; does the camp accommodate to this?

Camp Medley is an entirely peanut-free property. Within the Medley kitchen we strive to accommodate dietary restrictions, but ask that parents connect with us the week before camp to work together on a menu that will be suitable for their child’s dietary restriction.

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