Frequently Asked Questions
Cancellation Policy Update
- In the event that any sessions are cancelled, we will provide a full refund on any deposits or fees paid to date.
If you would like to opt out of any camp sessions at this time, we will provide a full refund on any deposits or fees paid to date. This option is available to families through June 1st.
If you keep your camper(s) registered for the summer and cancel after June 1st, our regular cancellation policies will be in effect. Please see this policy below.
- If your family is experiencing financial hardship, we are here to help. We can update your financial assistance package and we can extend payment plans; we do not want funding to be a barrier to your child(ren) attending camp this summer.
If you have any questions, please email Sheldine at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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How will I pay for Camp?
In order to ensure that going to camp is a possibility for everyone, we consider many factors to determine the amount that each family will contribute to tuition. For more information about applying for financial aid, please email email@example.com or call (617) 765-7556.
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How will I get to Camp?
- Sleeping bag/blanket, sheets, pillow
- Laundry bag for dirty laundry
- Sneakers (2)
- Sweatshirt/fleece (2)
- T-shirts (8)
- Pants (2)
- Shorts (8)
- Underwear and socks (10)
- One-piece swimsuit (2)
- Pajamas (1)
- Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, brush, lotion, deodorant, washcloth, soap, shampoo)
- Shower and pool towels (2)
- Stationery, stamps, pen/pencil
- Appropriate reading material
- Bug spray (non-aerosol)
- Crossroads does not allow illegal substances.
- Please do not bring spray cans (roll-ons and liquids are preferred), fireworks, weapons, food, gum, or any personal electronics (including cell phones).
- We cannot be responsible for any personal electronics or valuable items, including money and jewelry.
- Please do not bring expensive new clothing items, such as sneakers. Camp is a rugged environment and items can get dirty or lost.
- Spaghetti-strap tanks, tight tops, and/or half shirts are considered inappropriate attire for camp.
Camp is a place where your children learn to make new friends. In order to encourage this process, family members and friends traveling together to camp may not be assigned to the same cabin.