Camper Registration Process - 2018 Registration is live!
Please read all the information found on this page before proceeding to the registration process through the link at the bottom of the page.
Burry Heights offers summer camps for children in three age groups:
These camps are a great way to meet other children, make friends and have fun!
Important note: Campers need to be of camping age by the end of the calendar year: Dec. 31st, 2018. So for example, a camper who is 8 years old currently but turning 9 before Dec. 31st can attend a Junior camp. Likewise a camper who is 11, but turning 12 before Dec. 31st would attend an intermediate camp, etc.
The camping schedule for 2018 can be found here.
Registration Fees - Now pay online with credit or debit!
Registration fees consist of a $100 deposit (due at the time of registration) and $200 (Due by June 16th).
The $100 deposit is non-refundable under any circumstances.
The $200 camping fees are refundable for medical reasons with corresponding doctor's note.
Deadline for Applications: 2 weeks prior to the preferred camping week.
The forms found below can be printed and filled out prior to the camping week to save time during the sign-in process. Please have them with you when dropping your child off to camp on Sunday.
Form 1: Medical Information Form A medical information form needs to be filled out for each camper that attends camp, and for each week they attend. This form can be printed and completed prior to the sign-in process on Sundays. This will save a considerable amount of time when dropping your child off at the camp. However, parents will still be required to speak with a medical staff during the sign-in process on Sundays. The medical form for 2018 can be found at the link below.
Form 2: Camper Release Form In addition to the medical form, we also ask for parents/guardians to complete a camper release form. This form tells us who we are allowed to release your child to during sign-out, or in the event of an emergency. We ask that all parents fill out a camper release form with the name of someone other than the camper's legal parent or guardian in the event that the legal parent(s)/guardians are not available to pick up the camper.
Form 3: Standard of Conduct Finally, a standard of conduct is required by all campers attending Burry Heights. This form advises campers as to whatis, and is not, appropriate behaviour at the camp. Please read through this form with your child prior to camp. Both the parent/guardian and camper's signature are required.
We appreciate that the cost of Camp is not easy for many families and we remain committed to working with parents to find financial assistance when it is needed for a child to attend camp. We encourage any family that does not have the financial means to attend to contact the summer camp program committee to discuss financial assistance availability. Individuals that avail of financial assistance will have to contribute 50% of the total registration fees.