Tuesday, April 24, 2018
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When your child comes to camp you can be assured that he/she will have a wonderful time making new friends, playing new games, experience God in His outdoor setting, and be challenged.  We do our very best to choose staff that are growing in their relationship with God and will be a good role model for your child.  You will not regret including us in your summer.


Cove Valley uses professional standards when food is prepared for campers.  Each meal is well balanced and designed to appeal to each age group of children.  If your child has special dietary concerns, we ask that you notify us on their health card before camp.  We may ask for you to bring along some substitutes (i.e. soy milk for lactose intolerance).


Cove Valley takes the safety of each child very seriously.  While accidents may happen, we try to limit the chance of serious injury in all we do.  There is a nurse on grounds 24 hours a day as well as a doctor on call.  There is a certified lifeguard at the pool and lake, and many of the staff have CPR and First Aid training.  Staff that apply to work at camp are carefully screened to make sure that they are qualified to work with children.


Visitors are discouraged during the week of summer camp.  They must be approved by the administration, have very limited contact with the camper, and are never alone with any camper.