1- Activities will take place according to schedule from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.; pools will open at 1:15 p.m.
2- Campers may only use the facilities for the group’s scheduled activity and may not go to other areas. No camp area may be used without the supervision or operation of a camp staff member.
3- The camp’s office hours for assistance or information are from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
4- Campfires can only be handled by the camping staff and are exclusively held in the teepee area or on Rabbit Island. Campfire CRIC must be followed at all times.
5- The only area assigned for camping is the orchard terrace. There must be a free space of at least three feet between tent tensors to allow for safe movement among the tents.
6- Pets are not allowed in the campground, with the exception of animals supporting a camper with a disability.
7- There are laws in place to protect the natural and cultural heritage of the area. Any intervention, alteration, or extraction of said heritage is punishable under applicable laws.
8- The camp’s safety equipment and the equipment used in rope and diving activities undergoes continuous maintenance and renovation, registered in the camp logbooks.
9- For some events, the nighttime security services are outsourced.
10- A camper must be at least six years old to participate in camp activities. Check the regulations for each activity for exceptions.
The only purpose of these regulations is to foster healthy companionship among the campers. Any disregard for these regulations, or for other occurrences not specifically contained in the regulations, will have a consequence ranging from a verbal warning to the immediate removal from the campground by the mother, father, or tutor. In the latter case, the camp is not obliged to reimburse the total or partial enrollment fee.