Family Camp Summer 2020 - Camp Tall Timbers

Camp Tall Timbers | Family Camp

Camp Tall Timbers will bring our 50 years of camp experience to Family Camp for the Summer of 2020.   This unique program is designed to give families an opportunity to experience time together enjoying the setting and facilities of a top-rated children’s summer camp.

After months of spending time indoors let us help your family stretch their legs and explore the great outdoors.  Following CDC and local health department guidelines, Camp Tall Timbers invites you to enjoy a relaxed program designed for family fun.

Activities

Hiking, Canoeing, Fishing, Kayaks, Standup Paddleboarding, Paddle Boats, Swimming, Archery, Frisbee Golf, Arts and Crafts, Tie Dye, Basketball, Tennis, Ping Pong, Soccer, Kickball, Volleyball

Accommodations & Meals

Family cabins with private restrooms and showers.

3 meals and 2 snacks.

Dates & Rates

We are tentatively offering the following Family Camp sessions, subject to availability and interest.

Session 1: Wednesday, July 29 – Sunday, August 2

Session 2: Wednesday, August 5 – Sunday, August 9

Registration

Cabin Rental $1800 (up to 5 family members) additional family members $300 (up to 8)

Have Questions? Contact Glenn Smith, Owner & Director below.












Register Here

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION BELOW

Three delicious meals a day will be served, along with two snacks per day.

  • Weather permitting, windows will remain open in the dining hall
  • We will eat out under our pavilion whenever possible and weather permits
  • Everyone will be required to wash their hands before entering the dining hall and additional hand sanitizer will be available throughout the building.
  • Each family household will have a designated table to use for all meals.  Tables will be at least 6 feet between tables from other households
  • Meals will be served cafeteria-style.
  • Kitchen staff members wearing appropriate PPE and practicing safe serving methods
  • Our dining hall will be cleaned and disinfected by staff after each use
  • Families are welcome to bring their own food and drinks to keep in their cabins for snacks throughout the day. We recommend storing food items in a closed lid bin or a sealed cooler.

Families and/or those sharing a cabin will operate as a household.

  • Households will function as your “family” for the duration of the camp session.
  • No additional guests and/or visitors are permitted on the campgrounds at any time.
  • Households will eat together in or outside of the dining hall.
  • Households will participate in activities together.
  • When anyone is interacting outside of their household, they will practice physical distancing, proper hygiene protocols, and will be urged to wear a mask.
  • Our staff team will constitute a separate household and practice physical distancing and mask-wearing around camp.

Upon arrival, all staff and campers will go through a health screening protocol including specific questions about COVID and potential exposures

In the event, a camper displays a presumptive case of COVID-19 while at camp, the camp will coordinate with the Hampshire County Department of Health to handle the situation safely and in ways that will avoid further exposure.

  1. Ill campers will be isolated (e.g. in their cabin or other designated isolation building) until arrangements can be made for their safe departure from camp;
  2. The camp will follow Department of Health direction on contract tracing protocols;

Families must notify the camp if they learn of prior exposure to a COVID case after they come to camp. In that case, isolation procedures will be followed as described above.

Hand washing and/or sanitizing stations will be provided at multiple places throughout the camp, including the dining facilities. Campers and staff will engage in proper hygiene to prevent the spread of communicable diseases including:

  • Frequent hand washing, including upon entry to buildings and program areas
  • Avoiding close contact
  • Coughing and sneezing etiquette
  • Discouraging the sharing of food, utensils, and other personal supplies including toothbrushes, etc.

The camp will follow facilities cleaning procedures that follow CDC recommendations for infection protocols, including:

  • Increased frequency of cleaning bunks, restrooms, dining areas, program facilities & equipment, high touch areas, etc.
  • Each cabin will be stocked with enough toilet paper, hand soap, and paper towels to last for the duration of your stay.

In general, we are asking families to pack as much of their own equipment as possible.  Please see our recommended packing list for more details.

Equipment that must be shared around camp will be properly cleaned and disinfected after each use.

When engaged in play, users should avoid touching other users’ equipment.

  • Families are asked not to leave the campground during their stay.
  • Please no pets
  • Bring your own towels
  • Feel free to bring your own linen or some can be provided.
  • Wifi is available at some spots in Camp, Information will be provided upon arrival
  • Alcohol will not be served or provided by the camp, adults over the age of 21 are welcome to BYOB
  • Medical staff will not be on site.  First aid kits are available and specialized medical care in nearby –Winchester, VA

Please feel free to contact us: glenn@camptalltimbers.com.