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CAMP SESSION:  Sunday, July 22 - Saturday, August 4, 2018

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2018 Camp Session

Sunday, July 22 through Saturday, August 4, 2018

2018 Camp Fee

$1400 fee payable by 6/1/2018.  Financial Aid is available for those who qualify.  Please be aware that a copy of the first page of your 2017 or 2016 Federal Income Tax Return will be required as part of the Financial Aid application process. For more information, contact our Camp Coordinator.

2018 Arrival Times New parents/campers should plan to arrive 9:30-10:00AM, Sunday, July 22, 2018 for New Camper Orientation.  Returning campers should plan to arrive.1:30-3:30 PM on Sunday, July 22, 2018.  Returning campers with last names beginning with A-L should plan to arrive between 1:30-2:30 PM.  Returning campers with last names beginning with M-Z from 2:30-3:30 PM.  More details about the check-in process are provided in the camper application packet.  Click here for more details about the opening day schedule.
2018 Departure Times Camp officially closes 12:00 PM on Saturday, August 4, 2018.  Parents should plan to arrive Saturday morning, between 9:30-11:00 AM, to allow sufficient time to pack up the camper's belongings, and check-out.  More details about the check-out process are provided during opening day.
Camper Applications

The camper application includes many forms.  All the information provided on these forms helps ensure that your camper has the best care and a great experience while at camp.  Click here to learn more about applying to camp.

Diabetic Supplies All insulin and diabetic supplies are provided, except pump supplies and Type II oral medications.  Campers using insulin pumps should bring enough supplies for two weeks, including batteries.
Letters/Email Please write letters frequently.  Mail call is a major highlight of the camp day.  Letters to campers should be sent to:

[Camper's Name], [Cabin Group]

Camp Carefree

PO Box 2118

Wolfeboro, NH  03894-2118

 

You can also send a one-way email message to your camper using our one way email message service:

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