Special Diet

CBNW will do everything they can to accommodate any dietary needs or restrictions. Our food service director, nurse, and program director work closely with our camp families to ensure the dietary health of our campers. Please be sure to include any pertinent dietary information on the Daily Living Form. Additionally, please feel free to call us and discuss your dietary needs with us at least 1 week ahead of attending camp.

Physical Examination Form

Each camper must have a physical examination completed by an approved, licensed medical provider. All forms are good for the calendar year.  Please resubmit your physical form if there are any major changes during the year. The exam must be completed and signed by the health care provider. MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT SOON!

Prescription and Over-the-counter Medications

The Medication Authorization Form must be completed by your medical provider authorizing us to dispense any prescription, OTC or herbal medications. Please present this form to your camper’s medical provider at the time of his/her health examination and return to us as soon as possible.

  • We STRONGLY encourage our families to bring medications in Pharmacy labeled bubble pack/vacation pack. This will greatly speed up your check-in and will ensure your campers health and safety with accurately dispensed medications at camp.
  • All medications must be in the original containers.
  • Prescription medications must show the camper’s name, the prescribing physician, date of expiration and dispensing instructions.
  • Please send a five day supply.
  • We cannot process refills.
  • We stock most commonly used OTCs, so please do not bring your own to camp.
  • Please do not send any expired medications to camp, as we cannot dispense them.

During the check-in process, you will meet with our camp nurse to review the camper’s medical needs, medications, and care. Parent or authorized caregiver must be present for this check-in.

Things to Pack

Remember: Clearly label all belongings. In addition to summer clothing, bring warmer clothing, as it can get chilly in the evenings. Bring: comfortable shoes, personal gear (i.e. toiletries), sweater/sweatshirt, coat, cap and one extra set of clothes (always needed). Closed toe shoes and long pants are required for horseback riding. You can download the Packing Check List to bring with you. Please Do Not bring: candy, snack foods, soda or energy drinks, alcoholic beverages or tobacco products. No food or beverages are allowed in the cabins.

Camp Arrival

crazy campCheck-in is between 1pm and 3pm on Mondays and is on a first come first served basis. Wait times may vary. Please plan accordingly. No early arrivals please. As lunch is not served on Mondays, please make sure your camper eats before arriving, or, bring a picnic/sack lunch to enjoy on-site.

 

Weekly Themes

headerimgEvery camp program will have a different, fun, and exciting theme. We will dress up in costumes for every dinner and many of our camp activities will have extra flare and fun wrapped around our camp theme for the week. Please do not feel the need to go out and buy items for the themes. Of course unless the moment moves you! We will have decorations and costumes and activities based around our themes, but there is no extra expectations regarding campers bringing anything MORE with them to camp.

629Talent Show

Get ready to dazzle and be dazzled! On Thursday nights, we have a TALENT SHOW! Our counselors will assist the campers to prepare for this activity during camp, but if you have any ideas, please pack the necessary items needed for the camper and advise the counselor during check-in.

 

Departure from Camp

Campers must be picked up no later than noon on Friday. The Camper Award Ceremony begins at 11:30AM and we welcome your attendance. During check-out please meet with the medical staff and collect any medications that belong with your camper. All drivers picking up campers will be required to show photo ID and need to be listed on the camper information form. Also, review the Packing List to make sure you have all of your camper’s personal items. No lunch will be served on Friday so you will need to plan accordingly.

 

For the safety and well being of our campers, Please leave the family pet(s) home when you drop off your camper.