ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE

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  • Campers arrive between 1:00 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. on the starting Sunday of the session

  • Please do not arrive earlier than 1:00 p.m.

  • Departure is between 8:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. on the final Saturday

  • Campers who are staying for consecutive sessions (for example session 3 and session 4) are asked to go home for the one night between sessions because there is often a need to make staff changes at that time. Two-week campers DO NOT go home for the middle weekend of the session.


WHAT TO BRING/WHAT NOT TO BRING

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Everything you send to camp, from personal clothing to bedding and luggage, should be plainly marked with your child’s name.  Please do not send valuable or fragile items, as there is no way of locking or securing them.  Musical instruments brought to camp can be kept safely in the camp store.  Any sports equipment brought to camp that requires supervised use will be kept for your child until it can be used during those supervised activities.


   WHAT NOT TO BRING

  • Food, candy, gum: please advise relatives NOT to send edibles.

  • Money: all money is held at the Camp Store

  • Medications: all must be kept with the nurse

  • Hand-held electronic games such as DS, DSI

  • Cell phones

  • Electronic devices with downloaded videos

  • Any device that can access the Internet

  • Valuable or fragile items

   WHAT TO BRING

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  • Sleeping Bag

  • One blanket

  • One sheet and a pillow

  • Rainwear

  • Sneakers or tie shoes

  • Sturdy play clothes

  • Long pants

  • Sweatshirt or jacket

  • Two bathing suits

  • Sandals or flip-flops

  • Warm pajamas

  • Laundry bag

  • Toilet articles

  • Non-aerosol insect repellent

  • Fishing gear

  • Books

  • Notebooks and pencil or pen

  • Games and flashlight

  • Girls attending Girl's Camp: One outfit consisting of green shorts and white blouse or tee shirt.


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MAIL

It is very important that campers receive frequent letters from home. We will diligently try to make sure campers are writing home as well. We ask you NOT to send packages. If you find that your child has forgotten a pillow or some necessary clothing then a package is in order. However, packages that are strictly gifts, trinkets and non-necessities present a problem. Pack for camp carefully, trying to include everything needed.


DIRECTIONS

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Take I-84 east from Hartford to Exit 59, I-384 through Manchester to U.S. Rt. 6. Follow U.S. 6 for 8 miles bearing right on Rt. 87 (Jonathan Trumbull Highway).  The Camp’s private road is at the top of the hill on the right. The entrance is marked by a sign. Asto Wamah is 22 miles east of Hartford.