On Opening Day, the check in time is 8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. CENTRAL TIME
Early Arrivals are not available for 2021
There is no reduction in fees for late arrivals. In case of leaving camp early due to illness, the camp will refund half of the un-expired camp fee. There is no refund for leaving camp early for any reason other than illness.
Step 1:Pay Balance
Camp fees and spending money, originally due May 1st, must be paid in full at least 1 week before arrival at camp.
Step 2: Camper Health Form and Medication
Health History form must be completed online at least one week before arrival to camp.
Camper’s medications must be entered online on the Medication Form before arriving to camp.
During the Health Screening on opening day, all prescription and non-prescription medications will need to be in their original containers and turned in to our Nurse or Physician. For everyone's protection, neither staff nor campers are allowed to keep medications in their trunks or their cabins. ALL medications must be turned in to the Riverview health care medical staff and Medical Administration Forms must be completed with directions for administration.
Step 3: Check In
We will meet you at the gate and ask that you remain in your vehicle while we quickly process all documentation. Please be prepared for long lines.
After initial Covid compliance, the accompanying adult and camper will be directed to our open-air gym to complete health check with a nurse.
Step 4: Health Check In
Each parent and/or camper must visit, briefly, with one of our Nurses or Physicians. This is NOT a physical examination. It is the time for you to give us any information we need to care for your daughter and will not take up much of your morning. The required health check takes place upstairs in the gym BEFORE going to the cabin. You may NOT go to the cabin until after the health discussion is completed. Cabin Assignments will be given after the Health Check In is completed.
Step 5: Gift Shop - Chiki Boutiki
Visit Chiki Boutiki to purchase the required Tribe Uniform, souvenirs, or items you may have forgotten to pack.
Step 6: Cabin
Only after you and your daughter have completed the health check in. One of our health care team will you receive her cabin assignment. Then may you go to your cabin, where your daughter’s counselor will be waiting to welcome you. Pick out a bunk, unpack and start getting to know your counselors and cabin mates.
Only one adult to accompany your child to her cabin. If you have additional people in your group, they must remain in your vehicle or physically distance from all others on campus. We are asking that siblings not be allowed to enter cabin with you.
The adult accompanying your camper must wear a mask at all times in the cabin. Please be brief as you check your daughter into her cabin. Do not enter any other cabins unless you have more than one camper in different cabins. We recommend talking with your camper about this process beforehand so she can be prepared for your limited time in her cabin and your quick exit. Be positive and express your confidence in her. We are working very hard to make entry fun and exciting for the girls!
Step 7: Say Goodbye
Cheerfully, Not Tearfully!
Please leave your camper with her cabin group and thank you for not returning to her cabin once she is settled in. Their “cabin meeting” will begin at 11 and she will be preparing for lunch.
Step 8: Drop off mail/gifts
Drop off any mail and or camper gifts AT THE OFFICE.
Step 9: Keep Us in Your Prayers
Step 10: Have a Safe Trip Home
We will see you on closing day!