Normal camp hours are 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM
Rally Camps are offered for boys and girls grades pre-K to rising 8th grade.
All campers are grouped by grade and skill level
Early Care is available starting at 8:15AM at all camp locations, this is FREE to our camp families who enroll for the week.
Early Care is Free for camp families who enroll in our week long sessions.
Right now we offer After Care until 4:45PM, so the camp day ends at 3:30 PM and we offer FREE aftercare until 4:45PM, if you are enrolled for our week long sessions.
Yes, as long as it’s not Thursday, when we are taking a field trip off site. Communication for late drop offs and early pickups can be emailed to email@example.com.
Yes, an EMT or medically trained nurse is onsite each camp day at each location.
Safety is the cornerstone of our camp program. We have detailed safety procedures regarding allergies, and each of our staff members is trained on how to identify an allergic reaction and how to make use of an EpiPen. Each camper’s coach is made aware of all allergies on his/her team. Also, each camper with allergies is given a wristband to identify them during lunch hours and throughout camp.
Yes, all Rally Camps staff members are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment; we make zero exceptions to this policy.
All staff members go through a rigorous interview process and background check, as well as thorough training. We hire primarily professional educators, and athletic young adults with experience managing children.
Each Camp day consists of 4-5 different sport rotations, lunch, a little bit of arts and crafts, some traditional games and ends with a popsicle! On Thursdays we will have a special activity either at camp, or off-site as a field trip.
Every Thursday we will have a special activity either at camp or off-site as a field trip. Some examples are: Rock Climbing Wall, Water Slides, Rally World Games, Mini Golf, and Bowling. Exact special activities will be communicated with families in the days leading up to your particular camp week.
Yes. We will be operating a typical camp day on site, so if a camper chooses to not attend the field trip, they are welcome to stay on site for camp.
Unfortunately, we do not permit parents to drop off or pick up their children from field trip locations. A professional bus service will pick up campers before the field trip, and drop them back off as well.
For field trips, we ensure smaller ratios to maintain safety. Typically, we aim for a 6:1 ratio of counselors:campers, give or take.
Absolutely! We send out an email each week with Field Trip information and if you have selected “Yes” on the field trip permission form, you will have the option to change your mind through your account.
Half-day campers are welcome to join our half-day field trips and participate in our onsite activities.
Yes, when you enroll, there’s a spot to list any friends that will be joining your camper. As long as they are close in grade and age, you can list them in the application.
Lunch is not provided. All campers need to bring a lunch and snack with them each day.
No, we allow nuts at camp, and take campers with food allergies very seriously. If you are concerned about your camper’s allergy, contact our office to hear about our protocols.
Athletic shoes are recommended.
Campers should wear athletic clothes and shoes, and bring a clearly marked lunch and snack, sunscreen, and water bottle. Additional athletic gear is optional, but we request anything brought be labeled with the camper’s name.
Yes, we provide camp families with exclusive access to CAMPANION, an app that will notify you when photos of your camper are uploaded. After enrollment, you’ll be prompted to download this app and set up your account for exclusive photo access.
Cost of camp depends on which location you’re attending. Visit your camp location’s page for specifics.
All credit from 2022 has been added to your camper account for 2023. If you don’t see the credit applied when you reach the payment screen, give us a call.
All camp tuition is non-refundable. We do offer camp credit that can be used towards a future camp session or transferred to another family.
Yes, in order to reserve a spot in a particular session, full tuition payment is required.
No, we have a strict no refund policy, this camp is non-refundable. But you can save credit for a future year, or transfer to a friend.
We ask for a 24 hour email notice of cancellation, in order to retain credit for future weeks or seasons.
We honor credit for 2 years from the date issued.
If your camper application states that you are being added to the waitlist, proceed with completing the application. You won’t be charged, until we have space open up, and we reconfirm that you would like to enroll still at the time you are moved off the waitlist. We communicated with waitlisted families a final answer, two weeks before the start of that camp session.