Resources

For Parents

Timeline & Checklist for All Parents:

  1. Deposit for each camper is required upon registration.
  2. Tuition balance is due April 15th, unless a payment plan as been previously established with the Main Office.
  3. Camper forms are due May 1st.
  4. Transportation forms are due two weeks before your camper arrives at camp.

Parent Resources

  • Medical Form: Included in the Camper Handbook, but here is the direct link.
  • Camper Handbook: Please be sure to read through the Camp Handbook. It contains the list of stuff to pack for camp! Here’s the PDF which contains all the required forms if you don’t want to use the on-line options listed above.
  • WILD Handbook: Please be sure to read through the WILD Handbook. It contains the list of stuff to pack for camp! Here’s the PDF which contains all the required forms if you don’t want to use the on-line options listed above.
  • LDP Handbook: Please be sure to read through the LDP Handbook. It contains the list of stuff to pack for camp! Here’s the PDF which contains all the required forms if you don’t want to use the on-line options listed above.
  • Explorer Club Handbook: Please be sure to read through the Camp Handbook. It contains the list of stuff to pack for camp! Here’s the PDF which contains all the required forms if you don’t want to use the on-line options listed above.
  • Camp Brookwoods and Deer Run offer the opportunity to become Certified SCUBA Divers to campers who are 12 years of age or older. The program lasts for two weeks and meets each afternoon for about 2 hours during the first and third two week sessions.  See the Camper Handbook for additional information.  The forms can be downloaded HERE.
  • Brookwoods Store:  This is the place to get your camp uniforms and other gear!
  • Deer Run Store:  This is the place to get your Deer Run uniforms.
  • Moose River Outpost Store: Get some fun MRO gear on this site!

Camp Registrar

Payments and Transportation

Communicating With Your Child

Bob Strodel gives advice on communicating with your camper

Foods and Special Diets at Camp

Chef Jon Cooper talks about meals and dietary needs

The Friday Blog

We’ve got lots of parents and staff who have shared their insights on The Friday Blog.

  • Kid-Sick or Kid-Free-Jubilee?: Tips from a first-time sleepway parent! Dr. Andrea Gurney helps you (yes, you, parents!) get ready to send your kids to camp!
  • What’s in Your Suitcase?: Dr. Andrea Gurney gives us some tips on helping campers having a successful camp experience.
  • Post Camp Re-Entry: Dr. Andrea Gurney talk about how to work with your camper how to transition well (they might be a little sad).
  • Mind Your PQTs: Camp Pastor Lis Schuman talks about the value of PQT at camp.
  • Why We Send Our Children to Camp: Marta Mossburg, camp mom, shares why they send their kids to camp (all the way from Chattanooga)!
  • Lessons Learned: Conor Grennan writes about lessons learned at camp

Questions?

Check out our frequently asked questions page to learn more.