Overnight FAQs

What are the ages of campers?

  • We base our groups on the grade your child will attend in the fall.
  • Our youngest campers are going into grade 2 in the fall and go up to age 17 (entering grade 12).

What are the hours of camp?

  • Check-in is 1–3 p.m. on Sundays.
  • Pick-up is 1–3 p.m. on Fridays (Sundays for Summer Sampler).
  • Early drop-off or pick-up needs to be approved by the camp director.

Is there bus service?

  • Transportation is not provided to and from camp. It is responsibility of the parent/guardian to bring the child to camp on Sunday and pick them up on their designated checkout day.
  • Camp does provide all transportation of trail programs as well as emergency transportation.

What is the staff/camper ratio?

  • Summer Sampler: 1 to 5
  • Pioneers: 1 to 8
  • Homesteaders: 1 to 8
  • Woodcrafters: 1 to 8
  • LDP’s (Leadership Development Campers): 1 to 10
  • Trail Programs: 1 to 6

Are your groups coed?

  • We have single-gender cabins, based on age.
  • Meals are for all groups together in our Dining Hall.
  • Sometimes mixed-gender trail groups may travel together, led separately by same-gender counselors.

Can you switch from one camp program to another?

  • Changes to original registration form including payment must be completed in writing no later than two weeks prior to the start of your child's session.
  • Changes cost $25.

Do you provide lunch?

  • Camp St. Croix provides all meals from Sunday dinner to Friday lunch.

Can campers buy snacks?

  • This is not available or necessary. All meals and snacks are provided by camp.