Each camper, staff member, and volunteer MUST present a negative PCR test upon arrival to enter the camp population. Tests must be completed no more than 5 days prior to the beginning of the camp session. PCR tests are generally non-rapid and take anywhere from 48 hours to 5 days to receive results. Please bring a paper copy of these results with you to check-in. In order for these tests to be a more accurate screening tool, we ask campers to follow low-risk behaviors 5 days prior to their test and continue to follow them until they arrive at camp. This means campers and families should minimize contact with those outside their immediate family. Masking, distancing, outdoor ventilation, and hand washing continue to be behaviors that keep everyone healthy and safe.
Need Help Finding A Test Near You?
Proof of a negative PCR test will be required for your camper to attend camp.
Some Things to Remember:
Most tests can be scheduled online or by phone.
Tests are available at a variety of locations including: pharmacies, urgent care centers, primary care physician offices, and, community testing sites.
Make sure to request a PCR test, not to be confused with an antigen test.
Make sure you acquire a paper copy of your negative results and bring them to check-in.