Eagle Lake Health & Safety
We're committed to every camper's safety!
An important note on the Coronavirus
You’ve probably heard of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) by now. We want to assure you that your camper’s health and safety have been and will continue to remain our highest priority. We are monitoring the situation and its potential impact on camp and your child’s health and safety closely! We’re regularly checking government, state, CDC, and WHO websites and information streams. We will comply with any directives given from our state and national government, as well as from the CDC and the WHO.
Based on current projections from these organizations, WE ARE STILL EXPECTING TO RUN CAMP OVER THE SUMMER and are getting more and more excited as we continue to prepare for it!
In accordance with local health recommendations, our office is taking necessary precautions and working remotely. For the fastest response, please email email@example.com or use the chat function on our website, available from 9am – 4:30pm, Monday – Thursday and until 11:30am on Friday.
- We are reviewing all of our cleaning policies and procedures (from health screenings at the start of camp to when we have campers wash hands to how we clean our facilities and more!) in order to provide the safest environment possible. Please check back soon for more in-depth details if you’re interested!
CLICK HERE to read what the CDC says about the Coronavirus in children.
- REFUND POLICY
What’s your refund policy when it comes to the Coronavirus?
For any parent who doesn’t feel comfortable sending their child to camp, we will offer a full refund.
For those of you looking for ways to help other parents who’ve been hit hard economically by the virus, you are welcome to donate any monies paid to our Campership Fund, which we use to provide scholarships to campers.
PLEASE NOTE: Because several programs are currently full with wait-lists, if you choose to cancel now, we cannot guarantee you a spot back in the program of your choice.
- FINANCIAL HARDSHIP
What if the Coronavirus has caused a drop in my income and camp seems unaffordable now?
We want to take a minute to acknowledge that the Coronavirus has caused many people financial hardship. We are so sorry if you are one of these.
Our heart is that no camper would every be turned away from camp because of the cost. Because of this, we’re currently working on a relief plan for parents hit hard by the economic impact of the Coronavirus. We will update this page when it’s finalized.
We will continue to provide updates as we get them!
Please note: we will not be making any large decisions until much closer to camp.
In Depth Cleaning Policies and Procedures: