We are equipped with over-the-counter medications, but your camper should come to camp with any scheduled medication. We can also work with you and your child's medical providers to create a plan or explore reasonable accommodations.
All medication will be turned in to the Camp Health Provider upon arrival at camp. Medication should be in the original container and labeled clearly with dosage, frequency, and participant's name. This includes both prescription and over-the-counter drugs.
Be sure there is enough medication for the entire session at the beginning and one night at the end of the participant's session. Please send extra doses if they get wet or damaged while on the trail.
Please contact your adventure center team if your participant requires assistance administering their medication or if medication has special or complicated directions.
The camp will administer medications following the prescription from a medical provider. Please make sure your camper's Health Records and prescriptions are up-to-date.
Medications Requiring Injections
We understand that campers may need to take medications that require injections. Our staff cannot administer medications via injections except Epinephrine via auto-injector or vial/ampule and syringe. All trail guide staff are trained in the proper administration of Epinephrine via auto-injector or vial/ampule and syringe.