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The health of our campers and staff is always an important part of a successful summer camp. We had only a handful of campers sick last summer. As always, we thoroughly clean cabins between sessions and encourage the practice of good hygiene in our campers. Communication with parents is a priority when it comes to camper health and safety.
If you have a question or concern about your child's medical care while at camp, please reach out directly to our camp nurse at Nurse@camprio.org . This is the most efficient way to get in touch.
Yes! The safety of our campers, camper families, and staff is our number one priority. The world can be a scary place, but we want Camp to be a place you can trust. Please visit our safety page to review our safety measures.
No! All children are welcome to experience Camp RIO. We are open to all children ages 5-14 from any school district. We want all kids to come have fun at camp!
Yes! Please see our Parent Drop Off and Pick Up page for summer instructions.
Our staff is trained and certified in every activity we offer as well as First Aid and CPR certified. We have a Camp Health Aide who will attend to any medical needs that arise as well as administer medications that you send. We will ensure that your child gets plenty of water while they are here, and will encourage them to eat so they have the energy they will need. In addition, we have a child protection plan in place to ensure that Camp RIO is a healthy, safe place for your child to thrive!
Yes! We will feed them breakfast and lunch while they are here at camp. All dietary restrictions must be noted in the registration portal.
Qualified adult college students who are first-aid certified and trained in the camp activities they facilitate will supervise your campers throughout the day. The ratio of adults to campers is approximately 1 to 4.
Yes! We offer overnight summer camp. See our Summer Overnight Camp page for more details.
Camp RIO will provide Breakfast and Lunch to children who attend Day Camp. Click HERE to see the menu. If you would like to pack a lunch for your child, you are welcome to do so.
Medications will need to be sent with your camper every day for day camp. You will need to hand them to the camp nurse during drop-off (or the bus driver) and they will be checked-in with our camp nurse upon arrival. Medications will be returned through the nurse/bus drivers during pick-up at the end of the day. A medication administration form must be filled out and included with any medication sent (unless sent electronically in advance). Please email email@example.com if you need assistance with this.
Campers will participate in similar activities as previous years. The activities that we generally offer are archery, tomahawks, riflery, arts & crafts, fishing, canoeing, swimming, survival skills, sports, and games. We also offer additional activities based on the unique skills of the staff we hire. Every year is a little bit different. Come and see what this year might offer!
Drop-off starts at 7:45 am and campers will need to be picked up no later than 4:00 pm.
Use this packing list to send your camper with the essentials for day camp.
Yes, we are accepting registrations for day and overnight camps. Click here to register now.
Contact us! We strive to provide you with all the necessary information about our programs. If you have additional questions, we have answers. Contact us today!