Will there be swim time?

All of our camp groups will have swim time in their home base groups.  There will be no member access to our outdoor aquatics facilities during these times. The Aquatics Staff are hard at work determining how to best meet your children’s needs for both structured play time, a vital part of every child’s summer; and swimming proficiency, in order to ensure their health and water safety. We recognize the importance of swimming lessons and are working to provide this important program.

Will the camp structure look different?

 Yes, in order to adhere to the CDC guidelines, and to provide the best camp experience for all campers and staff. Camper and staff groupings will be as static as possible. The same group of children will remain with the same staff each session, each day, all day, for young children, and as much as possible for older children. We will allow mixing between groups of campers when outside. When seated for lunch or another activity, Campers will whenever possible, sit at least six feet apart. Children should bring lunch or take part in the lunch program if offered. Campers will eat in their home base. Campers will experience the vast range of activities offered at all Dallas J Camps in a variety of spaces throughout the facility and will not be limited to just their home base throughout the day.

Can my child arrive late to camp? Can my child be picked up early?

We understand that late arrivals and early departures from the camp day are occasionally necessary due to doctor’s appointments, etc. This will be possible; however, it will require advance notification to speed up the process. Dropping off late or picking up early disrupts the camp day for our campers and impacts the overall program. Please allow half an hour for this process so campers can spend as much time as possible experiencing their amazing camp.

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