We are planning a fun week for your kids! Here's what you can expect for camp this year.
Camp registration is open now, to all kids grades 5-12. We are allowing incoming 5th graders to attend as a one-time treat, due to having to cancel Heartland Kids Kamp this year.
Click here to register your camper(s).
Click here to register as a counselor.
Because of COVID-19, it is necessary for us to limit the number of campers this year to 140. Registration will remain open until May 23rd or until the cap is reached, whichever comes first.
Come get the full scoop on our plans for this year at our informational webinar on
Tuesday, April 13th at 7pm:
Or Dial in:
Meeting ID: 835 2734 2929
Up until May 15th, registrants may request a full refund less a 5% processing fee. After May 15th, no refund will be given.
************Please note: The following COVID-19 protocols are subject to change up to and during camp, based on state and county guidance and the advice of medical professionals.
We recommend campers, counselors, and their families self-quarantine as much as possible the week before camp. If possible, campers and counselors should also get a COVID-19 test a day or two before travelling to Eagle Rock.
Counselors: We encourage you to get vaccinated if you desire, but vaccination is not required to serve at camp.
The day you leave for Eagle Rock, we are requiring a self-health assessment for all who are travelling in your car (fever, runny nose, achiness, etc.) Please do not transport anyone to camp with a fever or more than three other COVID-19 symptoms. This includes adult drivers and chaperones. We will provide a checklist.
Masks will be required during check-in for everyone, including parents and drivers. We ask that you wear a mask similar to those recommended by the CDC. Face shields may be worn in addition to a mask, but not by themselves.
Temperatures will be taken as part of the registration check-in process. Any camper or counselor with a fever will not be permitted to remain at camp.
During camp, if a camper has a fever or more than three COVID-19 symptoms, they will not be permitted to remain at camp. Campers will need to be picked up by a parent or guardian. Campers and counselors with symptoms will be permitted to return to camp if they get a negative result from a COVID-19 rapid test. A list of nearby locations providing rapid tests will be given to parents/counselors as necessary.
We are planning to have "bubbles" for the first few days of camp, keeping similar grades together (5 and 6, 7 and 8, etc). Later in the week if positive cases do not emerge, we may allow campers to mingle with other grades.
Camp activities will take place outdoors as much as possible. Mask will be required when campers are indoors and not able to distance 3 feet apart from each other. Masks will not be required in cabins and within grade level(s) bubbles.
***Regardless of whether you have been vaccinated or not,
we will ask everyone to wear a mask during the required times.***
Please send your child with several masks for the week.
Surfaces will be regularly cleaned and hand sanitizer will be available in multiple locations, in addition to plenty of opportunities for hand washing.
If your child has allergies, please make sure they bring and use any regular allergy medicines. Much time is spent outdoors, and allergies can flare up as a result.
We do request that if you test positive for COVID-19 in the days following camp, please let us know for contact tracing purposes.