Pathfinder Day Camps are June 24, 25, 26, 27 & 28. Each day runs from 10:00 AM until 6 PM. Lunch and dinner are both provided on each of these days.

Camp registration begins each day at 10:00 AM and campers should be picked up each day at 6 PM. Prompt arrivals will make the process smooth and enjoyable for everyone. We look forward to seeing you - and your child - this summer.

If your child has special dietary restrictions, please contact us at info@somersetbeach.org so we can talk about his or her needs.

How to pack

Please send your camper with a backpack or bag to hold his or her belongings for the day. Please label the bag and all belongings with your child's first and last name. These simple measures will help prevent items from getting lost or misplaced.

WHAT TO PACK

Be sure that your camper wears recreational clothing: casual, but appropriate (Please no short shorts or bikinis). You may want to send an extra change of clothes just in case they need it. Your camper will also need a swimsuit and towel.


NECESSARY MEDICATION

Be sure to bring all necessary medications and prescribed medicine. All medications will be collected by the medical director in the registration line. Please have them ready at that time!

WHAT NOT TO PACK

Valuables


Drugs, including over-the-counter medications (bring prescription medication with you to registration)


Electronics, gaming devices, ipods, or cell phones. If a camper brings any of these, we will store them in a safe place until his or her departure.


Trading Post

Snack items are available at camp, as well as shirts, hats, sweatshirts, stamps, and many new souvenir items. Do not bring an excessive amount of money to camp! Shirt and hat prices begin at $10 - $15.

Medication and inhalers

Please do not pack any medications or inhalers in your child’s luggage. If your child requires prescription medications while at camp, please bring an adequte supply of the medication in the original, clearly labeled prescription container with you to registration. State law prohibits us from accepting medications in any other pill case or container. Medications are secured in our health office and distributed according to instructions by a camp health officer. There is no need to send any over-the-counter remedies. We keep these items in our health office.