Check In Procedures
What to Bring
There is no electricity in the sleeping cabins, so good flashlights are necessary. You will need towels, warm clothes for cool nights, cool sport clothes for warm days including swim suits, of course. We provide bedding, but some people like to bring a sleeping bag. Camp life is simple. Please leave hair dryers, radios, and TVs at home … enjoy the people and outdoors. Please be advised that cell phone coverage is spotty at best. You may wish to bring games, puzzles or reading materials.
Priority of cabin location is given by registration date. Consideration is given to those who attend for two/three sessions and to those who have special needs. Please understand we need to maximize our housing in a logical way in order to keep your costs down.
When You Arrive
Please drive to the Senior Wiggie for on site registration when you arrive. This will include a review of policies and procedures, a family representative signature acknowledging a simple waiver release and confirmation of your housing assignment. If your cabin is in Intermediate or Junior Camp we will give you directions to unload and park. Please be considerate with limited parking spaces. Please do not drive down to your cabins or through Camp. In Senior Camp you may unload near the Wiggie and tennis court, then park near the riflery range in the visitor parking area.
We eat at 8:00 AM, 12:30 PM and 6:00 PM. All meals will be served at the Cobb Dining Hall except cookouts.