COVID-19 Safety Precautions - Camp Tall Timbers

Summer 2021


Camp Tall Timbers is pleased to announce registration is open and active for the summer of 2021.  After discussions, consultations with health professionals and protocols decided, we have developed a path for the safe opening for camp.

We piloted family camp during COVID and we can say everyone had fun, stayed safe and we learned a lot! It gave us the opportunity to put plans in place and get ready for the much-anticipated camp season.

We are confident that through our pilot program, planning and protocols established, we will offer a safe, healthy and fun camp environment for Summer 2021.

Please visit this page for updates. 

Safety Precautions for COVID

We will remain flexible and adapt to the ongoing and ever-changing situation.  We will always take into consideration health, safety and wellness for our campers, staff and camp families. Our decisions are based on our fifty years of experience, CDC guidelines, American Camp Association best practices, local health departments, state of West Virginia mandates and best practices.

Counselor & Camper Health Screening

We are planning for this process and will update you closer to our start date.  The healthy and safety of our Campers, Staff and Families is our top priority.

Cleaning & Disinfecting

  • Personal hygiene has always been an important focus during camp and we will continue to promote good hygiene and healthy communal living.

  • Mandatory hand washing and sanitization will be introduced during activities this year as campers rotate throughout their day.

Other Considerations

  • Cabin capacity will be capped in order to maintain social distancing.

  • With fully windowed cabins and rooftop fans, cabins are designed for maximum airflow.  Additional ventilation is available.

  • Modifications with indoor activities although most activities are outside even during inclement weather conditions.

  • As always, we provide excellent medical care with a nurse on-site and nearby medical services.