Q?: How Are Campers Sorted Into Cabins?
Youth are sorted into cabins by age instead of gender. Many of our campers are non-binary or genderfluid. There are six to eight campers in one cabin with a staff cabin right nextdoor.
Q?: Do Campers Need To Have Musical Experience To Come To Camp?
Nope! While those with musical experience are certainly encouraged, previous musical instruction is not required. Campers will be taught an instrument of their choice as well as take part in performance and song-writing workshops. Campers work together with other campers to form bands and write songs. Camp counselors and workshop instructors will be on-site to help campers cultivate their musical talents!
Q?: Can Campers Bring Their Own Musical Instruments?
Q?: How Many Counselors Are There?
Our ratio of staff to campers is high. We have about 12 counselors onsite all week, with other counselors attending at different points to lead workshops. Our ratio is usually 1:1 or 1:2 every day.
Q?: What Are The Qualifications Of Camp Staff?
We will have at least one experienced health care professional and two experienced crisis counselors on staff for the entire week. Many of our counselors are professional teachers, social workers, nurses, or have other experiences working with youth. All counselors must have background checks and go through our interview process. Counselors are selected based on specific skills needed at camp as well as ensuring that different identities are represented. In addition, several staff are trained in CPR/first aid and knowledgeable about emergency procedures. You can read more about the organizers on the about page.
Q?: What Are The Guidelines For Electronic Devices?
Q?: How Can I Get In Touch With My Child During Camp?
Q?: Can I Send A Letter Or Care Package To My Child?
Q?: Are There Off-Site Activities?
Q?: Do Campers Go Swimming?
Campers will not be going swimming, but they will have the option to go canoeing in the lake on-site!