This day is an opportunity for you to enjoy spending time with your children, and for them to show you how they have progressed, the activity areas, and where they live and play. We recommend that you spend time with your child's Counsellor and Section Head to get to know them as well. They are looking forward to meeting with you.
Visitors will not be allowed into camp to park their cars until 1:00 p.m.. To make this process run smoothly, we urge you to carpool if you can.
At 1:30 p.m., you will be allowed into camp to visit. Campers must remain on our grounds during the afternoon.
Between 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m., our refreshment tables will be set up for visitors and campers. Campers may participate in activities and show their visitors the new skills they've learned. Our activity facilities are not open to visitors (for your own safety). AT 4:30 p.m., Visitor's Day ends
FOOD - For the safety and benefit of all campers, we ask that you don't bring food up to camp. If you feel that you must bring food, please limit the quantity, as ALL food, candy and drinks will be shared and consumed that evening. DO NOT BRING PRODUCTS CONTAINING NUTS
CABIN PHOTOS - will be given out, free of charge, in your child's cabin.
SWEATWEAR is available at the tuckshop.
"Tipping" can be embarrassing to parents and to staff. It's an inequitable procedure which can change the tone and purpose of Visitor's Day. We want this day to be an enjoyable, relaxed and informal opportunity for staff and parents to meet together. If you want to show your appreciation, our staff would be greatful to receive a card or note. No staff are permitted to accept cash gifts.