Whether you are new to ADC and looking for some more information, or just needing a reminder about something, these are some of the more 'frequently asked questions' about Adventurers Day Camp!
We have 3 different weeks based on ages:
- Our regular ADC camp is for kids entering Grades 1-6.
- Our Cranked camp is for Junior High kids, entering Grades 6-8.
- Our Leap! camp is for kids entering Kindergarten - Grade 2.
For more information on our camp structure, visit the 'What Is ADC?' page.
For regular ADC and for Cranked, our camp runs from 9:00am - 4:30pm.
For ADC Leap!, this camp runs from 9:00am - 3:30pm.
We offer Extended Care for families to drop off and/or pick up their kids outside of the camp hours. Extended care is available from 8:00am - 5:00pm and it costs an additional $40.
Our camps usually reach full capacity during the summer. To try and give as many kids as we can the opportunity to experience ADC, we limit attendance to only one week.
We are limited to a certain number of campers each week for two reasons.
Firstly, we do outings as part of our week at ADC, so we are limited by how many kids we can transport. Secondly, we have to maintain a staff:camper ratio with one staff for every three to four kids to keep everyone safe!
Often there end up being a few cancellations so we take waitlists for each week! To have your child(ren) be put on the waitlist, you can call the church office (204) 253-8464 or email us at email@example.com
Yes you can!
Kids entering Grades 1 & 2 are eligible to participate in either ADC or Leap! Likewise, kids entering Grade 6 are eligible to participate in either ADC or Cranked! You can choose which camp they attend based off of friends/siblings or just which camp you think would work best for them!
We typically can ensure that your child is able to be with their friends. We do our best to guarantee ONE friend request per child, but cannot promise more than that. There is a space on the registration form to add a friend request.
We ask that campers come everyday with a hat, running shoes, packed lunch, a swimsuit & towel. We will include a list of these 'Everyday Items' on your Camper Information Packet that gets sent out one week before your week of ADC!
Adventurers Day Camp is a nut-free program.
Please avoid sending any products containing nuts with your child.
Absolutely! You are welcome to send your own lifejacket with your child OR we have some available to borrow! We will ensure that they are wearing it whenever they are in the water.
Campers are not allowed to swim deeper than an adults waist. The staff form a boundary around the swim zone to contain the fun. We also swim with the buddy system, do regular head counts and have Certified Lifeguards present.
Yes! We have snacks available for gluten/dairy free children. Please indicate the need on the registration form and we will work with you to determine what they can/cannot eat with the snacks and meals that we provide.
Adventurers Day Camp's policy is that parents are not allowed on the field trips. All of our staff have been screened to ensure that ADC has a safe community, and we have an excellent staff:camper ratio. If you have more concerns about your child or your child's safety on field trips, feel free to contact us.
For sure! Within a couple days of the camp's end we will send out an email with all of the media. This includes pictures from the week and links to the songs that we sang at ADC!
Yes we do! We have a Camper Assistance Program that provides funding for kids to go to camp, if needed. To apply for this program, or for more information, please visit the 'Financial Aid' page.