Parent Info

For Enrolled Families

We are excited your campers will be joining us this summer. We know you want your child’s camp experience to be fun and rewarding. Preparing your child for camp is a big part of that success. Below are resources to help you get ready. If you have any questions, you can always call or email us… we are here to help!

— Amy Woods, Director

Tips for New Campers

We want your camper have a great camp experience and grow as an individual. There may be a transition period as your camper gets used to camp. Here are some tips:

Share Camp with Friends

Roughing It could not be what it is today without the help of our families sharing camp with their friends.

We’ve put together an easy way for you to share camp info and savings with friends. Be part of this tradition and help your friends have an amazing summer.


Bus pick up is 7:50-8:55am and drop off 3:00-4:10pm.  We email exact bus times the week before camp starts.

Call ahead if you’ll miss the bus. We’ll see if the bus has any time to wait, or we’ll direct you to the next stop.

If the bus is running late, we’ll send you a text with estimated bus arrival time.


Extended care is available for all campers before and after camp.

Breakfast Club starts at 7:00am with drop off at our Lafayette office. Campers in afternoon extended-care get dropped off between 5:20-6:30 pm. 

Spaces are limited, so sign up now to reserve your camper’s spot.

Camp Hours & Contact Info

Our office is open 7:00am to 6:45pm. Calling is best if something requires our immediate attention. Please let us know if:

  • Your camper is absent, or they will be picked up or dropped off at camp.
  • You are running late to the bus stop.
  • Your camper is having an issue at camp. We strive to make camp safe and fun for every camper.

Buy Camp Gear

Purchase sweatshirts, hats, and extra t-shirts for your camper. 

Note: we give every camper a free t-shirt for the summer (no need to order).

Submit Forms & Payment

Sign in to your account to submit camper health history and authorized adult release forms. These forms are due May 1st or at time of registration. Payments can also be made through your account.

Camp Calendar

There are many special events that go on during camp, so plan ahead. Each week has a theme, and there are many dress-up days that campers can participate in. Parents are welcome to visit camp on the July 3rd or 4th Picnic Day, and Parents Closing Circle during the last week of camp.

Camp News and Photos

Visit Camper Caboodle, our website for camp families that keeps the camp spirit alive all year round. Every day there is something new, including group photos, videos, and updates from our staff. Contact us if you need the secret code to log in.

What's New at Camp

As campers get older there are new and exciting activities to do, such as adventure, kayaking, and SuperChoice.

For 2020, we are excited to launch our new “level up” and GRIT group challenge.