In this ever-changing pandemic landscape, the health of our community remains our top priority. As we prepare for camps, we will monitor CDC and local governmental guidance and policies to determine whether it’s safe to gather and what protocols we should have in place.

COVID Guidelines for all CDSS Sessions as of January 18, 2023:

  • All campers must have up-to-date vaccinations.  Up-to-date vaccination is considered both
    • Two doses of the Pfizer, Moderna, or AstraZeneca vaccine or a single dose of Johnson & Johnson/Janssen vaccine plus two weeks
    • At least one booster, preferably the bivalent booster, within one year of the start of your camp session
  • While we recommend that all campers have a negative PCR test result no more than 72 hours prior to arrival at camp, all campers are required to have a negative rapid antigen test result within 72 hours prior to arrival at camp
    • Campers may substitute a PCR or NAAT test for the pre-camp rapid antigen test
  • Campers are required to bring a minimum of four rapid antigen tests per person
  • Campers must self-test with a rapid antigen test upon arrival at camp and on Day 3 of camp as directed by the CDSS staff
  • A masking requirement will be considered and determined closer to the beginning of the camp season
Other Recommendations
  • To reduce the likelihood of spreading infection, we recommend that campers wear masks in any indoor public setting the week prior to camp

Additional protocols may be added as the camp season approaches

We will update this page with details about the Covid policies of our four camp facilities as they become available.