AdventurePlex Camp 2024 FAQ
Monday, March 18, 2024

What are the daily activities?

Campers have daily rotations throughout our facility. These rotations include the play structure, inflatable bounce houses in the sports court, arts and crafts, organized recreational games and trips to the field next door. We also offer special activity days such as Water Days, Dress up days and Spirit Rallies. A weekly camp event calendar will be provided.

What should my child bring each day?

Campers should bring a lunch, water bottle, closed toed shoes and socks daily. Sunscreen is also recommended. A change of clothes is recommended for younger campers. Upon registration, you will receive a newsletter detailing what they should bring for any specialized activities in your registration (i.e. water days)

Are snacks provided?

Yes, campers are provided with a mid-morning snack as well as an afternoon snack.

What training does the staff have?

Our staff receives extensive training in child management and discipline, safety, diversity and health and safety protocols. Our staff is also CPR, AED, and first aid certified.

What is the ratio of staff to children?

The camper to counselor ratio is approximately 10 to 1 for campers 9 and older and 8 to 1 for campers 6-8 years old. The ratio for campers 4-5 years old is 6 to 1.

Am I able to switch days?

You may transfer you camper to another day as long as there is still space available. Transfers incur a $10 charge per camper.

Do you offer scholarships or sibling discounts?

Unfortunately, at this time we do not offer scholarships or sibling discounts.

I want my child to be in a group with another child. Is that possible?

During the online registration process, you will be able to list any camper’s you child would like to be grouped with. We try our best to ensure that all camper requests are granted. Requests are not guaranteed.

Are payment plans available?

Payment plans are available for customers that sign their children up for 5 weeks of camp or more. All payment plans are coordinated by the camp director. All exceptions are made on a case-by-case basis by the camp director.