General information about our camp.

How religious is Camp Saint Andrew’s?

We are a Christian camp affiliated with Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church. It is not necessary for your child to identify as Christian for them to have a fulfilling camp experience. All campers are encouraged to participate as they feel comfortable in our daily chapel service. These include fun songs, a short story about God and [...]

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What should my child bring to camp?

Pack clothes - shirts, pants and shorts, socks, underwear, and a hat - for 7 days (6 nights). Your child will need a warm sleeping bag, and a pillow (all of our cabins have comfy bunk beds). Please include all necessary toiletries. Closed-toed walking shoes and a reusable water bottle are essential for getting around [...]

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What’s the weather like?

Days are usually sunny, hot, and dry (High 80s to mid 90s F). Nights are colder (50s and 60s F). Each year there is a slim chance of rain - come prepared with a jacket. Camp is over one mile of elevation make sure your child brings a reusable water bottle to stay hydrated.

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What should my child not bring to camp?

Camp Saint Andrew's is not responsible for the loss of belongings. This includes phones, cash, or other valuable objects. These items are not needed nor recommended. If you can't lose it, don't bring it. For everyone's safety, DO NOT BRING knives or weapons of any kind. DO NOT BRING tobacco, nicotine, drugs, or alcohol of [...]

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