Is Coach Wootten really at camp?
Yes, he is at camp 24/7.  He eats in the dining hall and sleeps in the dorms!  He teaches EVERY DAY!

How many kids can share a room? 
We have two camper and three camper rooms.  Kids can request who is in their room, who is next door, across the hall, etc.  All request that match up.

How do you divide the kids up?
We initially divide them by age and birth year about the campers at camp during their session.  After the first set of evaluation games and skill sets, the campers are then moved based on skill to the appropriate league. Campers can also be moved into their initially assigned league to balance out the teams. We can not guarantee friend team requests, but can ensure league requests.

What is the ratio of staff to campers?  1:8

When is the medical form due? 
The camper’s emergency medical forms are due at the time of registration. Medicatiuon Authorization Forms and Immunization Records are due by June 1.

When is the cut-off date for signing up? 
You can sign up as long as weeks are open.  Week #2 fills up first (usually around April 1st.)  Weeks #4 and #5 are the next to fill (usually around April 15th)

Can I get more than one discount? 
Yes, you get as many discounts as you qualify for, even if it is all of them!

How do I register a group? 
Tell everyone in the group to register themselves and make sure they write the correct group name (you make up the name).  Please note that the name does need to match exactly for the system to include them in the group. This will qualify them for the group discount and also make sure they are all roomed on the same floor in the dorm. (If the group consists of different age groups, the campers will be roomed with in their group names but on the appropriate age floor of the dorm.) Registering as a group DOES NOT guarantee that the campers will all play on the same team.

Do groups have to be made up of all the same age kids? No, they do not.

Do group members all have to attend the same week?
No, in fact, a group can be made up of girls in the girls’ week and boys in the boys’ week.

Is there a place for campers to keep their money at camp? 
Yes, Frostburg State University issues  ID cards to every camper.  This is the card that gets them into the dining hall.  We give them a lanyard to keep it on.  You can “deposit” money on their card, and they can use it everywhere the campers can spend money. (the book store, the food court, the snow cone stand and even the soda machines).

To withdraw any funds left on the card you can do so at 2:30 pm on the last day of camp next to the camp store. Any money not collected by the camper/parent will be returned via check in the name of the camp. A $5.00 processing fee is applied to the camper’s account. Any funds under $5.00 will not be returned.

The ID Card issued by Frostburg State University is the same card that they will use as their meal card. Each camper is guaranteed dinner on the first day of camp, three meals a day for three days of camp, breakfast and lunch on the last day of camp.

What is your Tax ID#: 522101797

Can I change weeks once I have registered? 
Yes, you can always switch weeks, so long as the week you want is still open.  There is no penalty for changing weeks.

How do I sign up for the bus? 
If you register online, you can include your transportation request as you register.  If you have already registered and would like to add transportation, email or call us to add transportation.

When registering for the bus, please note that it is  NON-REFUNDABLE. The fee to reserve the bus is taken from your initial deposit.

What is your refund policy? 
You can request a refund until March 1st. There is a cancellation fee of $50.00 per session registered.

If there is an injury before camp, a medical credit of the amount paid minus a $50.00 per session registered processing fee will be issued only if a note from diagnosing physician is submitted seven days before the start of camp.

If an emergency or injury takes place within seven days to the start of camp, you must notify us immediately of your need to withdraw from camp and a note must be issued within 48 hours to the start of camp. The note must be issued by the diagnosing physician.

When is the balance due? 
On or before the first day of camp. Any campers who are riding the bus and will not have an adult with them must pay their balance before the start of camp.

We recommend that campers who are in a carpool and their parent are not driving should also pay the balance of their camp tuition before the start of camp.

When will you send out confirmations? 
Confirmation emails are sent immediately upon registration online. An arrival information email (including directions, what to bring, etc.) will be sent out in May. Thy will include a link to pay your balance due.

Can my camper bring snacks to camp? 
Yes, they will have a microwave, fridge, freezer unit in their room.  Many campers bring Gatorade, water, microwave popcorn, etc.

Can my camper bring an IPod, Gameboy, cell phone, etc.? 
Campers can bring these at their risk.  We suggest they keep them in their locked room. Electronics and Cell Phones are NOT permitted during camp activities. They can only be used during the camper’s free time. Campers are asked to leave all electronics and phones in their locked dorm rooms.

Are the rooms air-conditioned? Yes.

Are there phones available for the camper’s use? 
There are two phones in the lobby of each dorm.  They should be prepared to call long distance (calling card, collect, ect.)

Can I call my camper? 
You can call our office at any time.  We can bring your camper to the phone immediately or get them a message to call at their next free period.

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