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FAQ

  • What are the ages for each camp week?
    Choose a week based on age of your camper for the week they are attending: Day Camp 7-12 Elementary Overnight 8-12 Middle School Overnight 12-15 High School Overnight 13-17
  • Can I send my child to a week they are a bit to old/young for?
    Camp programs are designed for the developmental ages indicated, with safety, interest, and spiritual/emotional development in mind. Your child will enjoy and benefit from a week of camp designed for them, with friends of similar age. Thank you for registering for the appropriate camp week.
  • What Time is Drop Off for Overnight Camp?
    For Overnight Camp drop off and check-in is at 8:30 am at the Dining Hall on Monday Morning of the week of Camp.
  • What Time is Drop Off for Day Camp?
    For Day Camp drop off and check-in is at 8:30 am at the Dining Hall on Monday Morning of the week of Camp. For the remainder of the week, drop off is at 8:30 am at the Snack Pavilion across from the Dining Hall.
  • How long is camp?
    Campers Check-in Monday from 8:30 – 9:30 am. Day Camp runs from M-F 8:30am-4:45 pm each day. Lunch included. Overnight Camp runs from Monday-Friday, with Lunch, Dinner for Monday; Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner for Tuesday-Thursday; Breakfast, Lunch for Friday with Departure: Friday @ 4:45-5:15 pm.
  • When does Camp Registration open for the summer?
    Registration opens February 1st. Brochures are handed out in Released Time Bible classes, mailed to previous campers, and distributed in various churches, schools, and businesses.
  • How early do I need to register?
    We do not have deadlines for summer camp registration, but space is limited and weeks fill rapidly, so it’s best not to wait.
  • Can I communicate with my child during the week?
    Camper Email can be sent to: cracamper@gmail.com (Camper name in subject line) This is a one-way system. Due to volume, please limit each parent or relative to 2 emails per day. Emails are printed around 11am and 4:30 pm to be distributed at lunch and dinner. Letters and packages may be dropped off at the Camp Office anytime, or mailed to: 22338 Arrowhead Trail Stevensburg, VA 22741
  • What if my child has food allergies?
    At Camp Red Arrow, we take food allergies very seriously. Our kitchen staff seeks accommodate most allergies, if they are not complicated with multiple conditions. It is important to note that our facility is NOT a nut free, dairy free, soy free, or egg free environment. If you have any questions or concerns on whether or not we can accommodate your camper's needs please call our office.
  • What if my child has a medical emergency?
    We have a certified First Aid provider on staff who stays at camp overnight and is always available to care for campers’ needs. You or your emergency contact will be called if your child is sick or needs medical attention. 911 will be called first in any serious accidents or events.
  • Are there discounts or financial assistance?
    YES! we have both automatic and earned discounts and financial assistance is available. A Financial Aid application is required. We are a non-profit ministry and depend upon the generosity of donors. Assistance is dependent upon funds available. To help stretch the funds, we seldom give 100% scholarship. All families are to contribute as much as they are able. If you are applying for financial aid, and can afford the $50 deposit, please go ahead and register while your application is processed. Contact us for more information at campredarrowinfo@gmail.com
  • Our vacation plans changed, can I get my money back?
    $50 Deposit holds a campers spot and is non-refundable as it is used to order food and program supplies. The remainder of the camp fee is refundable up to 7 days before camp. If there is a health or family emergency, we will give a refund or try to place your child in another week if you desire and space is available.
  • My child is on the waitlist, what is the chance a spot will open for them?
    Surprisingly good! Children get sick, unexpected relatives come to town, and occasionally a child decides the last minute they don't want to go. We contact those on the waitlist in order, but by the time camp is only a week or two away, many have already made other plans, so even children "at the bottom" have gotten to come to camp "last minute".
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