Frequently Asked Questions
What does the schedule for your boy’s or girl’s summer camps look like?
You can view or download our action-packed schedule for boy’s or girl’s summer camps here.
When are the drop-off and pick-up times for summer camp weeks?
Registration/drop-off is on Sundays from 3-5 PM in the Haycock Dining Hall.
Pick-up is on Fridays at 6 PM. Camper families are welcome to join us for a cook-out dinner followed by a closing ceremony for the week. The ceremony is typically over by 7 PM.
When are the drop-off and pick-up times for Haycock Day Camp?
Drop-off times for our Haycock Day Camp (June 25-29) are from 8:30-9:00 AM. Children must be picked up by 4:30 PM each day. If Haycock is just too long of a drive for you to make everyday, transportation will be made available. Camp will provide transportation to and from several area locations. 2018 Locations are Coming Soon!
**Overnight Option for Boys ages 7 – 12 – We will be offering two nights during this week when your son will have the opportunity to spend the night at Haycock with other day campers his age in one of our stockade cabins. Wednesday, June 27th and Thursday, June 28th will both be optional overnight stays for boys ages 7 – 12. The additional cost is only $25 per night!
What does the schedule look like for parent/child programs?
You can view a sample schedule of our parent/child camps here.
What should I bring to summer camp?
Please see the forms below for what to bring and other important information specific to your program. One item you absolutely don’t want to forget (you can’t come to a week of summer camp without it) is a completed health form!
- Boy’s Adventure Camp What to Bring (Sports Camp, Climbing Week, Marksmen, Wings and Wheels, River Adventure, Outpost Camp, Go Cart Week, Music Camp, and Paintball Week)
- Boy’s Camp What to Bring (Stockade, Trailblazer, and Battalion Weeks, and Boy’s Mini-Camp)
- Day Camp What to Bring
- Girl’s Camp What to Bring
- Parent/ Child What to Bring
When is check-in and check-out?
|Camp||Check In||Check Out|
|Father/Son Summer Mini-Camp||3 p.m. Sunday||1 p.m. Tuesday|
|Dad & Lad Overnight||7 p.m. Friday||4:30 p.m. Saturday|
|Mother/Son or Mother/Daughter Overnight; Mother/Son or Mother/ Daughter Extreme!||7 p.m. Friday||4:30 p.m. Saturday|
|Father/Daughter Canoe Adventure||7 p.m. Friday||11 a.m. Sunday|
|Father/Son River Adventure||7 p.m. Friday||11 a.m. Sunday|
|Father/Son Fall Classic||7 p.m. Friday||1 p.m. Sunday|
What does Camp Haycock’s campus look like?
You can view a map of our campus here.
What is camp’s policy regarding dietary needs?
Camp will provide 3 balanced meals a day. It is not always possible for camp to accommodate the needs of individual campers with significant dietary restrictions. We ask that you provide pre-made frozen meals as an alternative for any dietary restrictions.
Is a physician’s signature required for summer camp?
YES! Be advised that doctors’ policies differ. If your child had an exam recently, a new one may not be required. Contact your doctor as soon as possible and arrange to have the health form signed. A health form is not required for our Parent/Child programs.
What if I can’t get a doctor’s appointment before camp starts?
Our camp policy requires us to have a health form signed by a doctor for each camper. You will need to find a local clinic or hospital where your child can be given a camper exam. Some pharmacies also offer inexpensive physicals, so please check your local store if needed.
Does a parent or guardian have to sign the health form?
Can I mail the health form to camp?
NO! Don’t run the risk of this important form being lost or delayed in the mail. Bring it with you instead. Campers without a doctor’s signature cannot and will not be admitted to camp.
Will items left at camp be returned?
Items left behind are given to charity unless claimed within one week. Call immediately if something was left behind. We will try to locate it. Remember to LABEL all items.
Is it okay to be early for check-ins?
Check-in begins as scheduled. Early arrival won’t result in early check-ins. Camp staff is not responsible for supervising campers not checked in.
Is it okay to be late for check-in?
Make arrangements with the camp office during business hours if you know in advance that you will not be on time for check-in.
How much camp store money is customary?
$15 will cover the maximum of three food items per day. Envelopes, stamps, shirts, etc. are extra. Unused funds can be returned at check-out. Monies not picked up will be donated to our Campership Fund which allows families facing financial difficulties to send a child to camp.
Can we make a cabin mate request? How about a counselor?
Let us know and we’ll be happy to oblige! For cabin mates, make sure both children are registered for the same week and program. We will do our best to accommodate requests for a specific counselor, but we cannot guarantee them.
What is Haycock’s refund policy?
Tuition for all camp programs includes a $100 non-refundable deposit, however this deposit may be transferred to another program in the same year. In the event of a registration cancellation, payments beyond the non-refundable deposit may be refunded or transferred to another program. In the event of injury or illness during a camp program, tuition will not be refunded. If a program is cancelled by Haycock, a full refund, including the $100 deposit, will be made available, or the tuition may be transferred.
- 2018 Summer Registration Form
- 2018 Parent Child Registration Form
- Haycock Camp Brochure 2018
- Boy’s Adventure Camp What to Bring
- Boy’s Camp What to Bring
- Day Camp What to Bring
- Girl’s Camp What to Bring
- Parent Child What to Bring
- Health History and Examination Form
- Request for Financial Assistance
- Conduct Policy
- Camp Map