Check In: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Each girl will be given a 30-minute time slot to check in at camp
based on her session. If arriving with more than one camper, please
arrive to the earliest check-in time assigned to you. If you arrive
prior to your time slot, please wait in your car until your assigned
time begins to help us prevent group overlap.
In order to keep our campers and staff groups as small as possible
during check in, please limit one caregiver at check-in and check-out.
Besides the camper, only one caregiver will be allowed out of the car
during check in, so please do not bring any other family members to
camp. Prepare your camper to say goodbye for the week with family and
friends at home before arriving to camp.
All caregivers and campers must wear a mask as soon as they exit
Follow directions given to you by staff regarding luggage, walk up
to the temperature check station and get your camper’s temperature
taken. Anyone with a temperature of 100 F will not be allowed to stay
at camp. We recommend taking your camper’s temperature prior to
arriving at camp.
Once a camper has been checked in, they may not leave their camp
session to return to their vehicle.
Check Out: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Pick up will resemble a drive through. Caregivers will not exit
their vehicles during check-out. Please follow signs and counselor
directions to pull up, you will be greeted by a member of the
administrative team. They will provide you with the necessary
paperwork to pick up your camper.
Make sure you do the following at check-out:
- Show a valid form of ID to sign out your camper. GSNEO will
not release campers to persons other than those authorized by a
caregiver as indicated at check-in. GSNEO will not release a camper
to anyone who does not show photo ID.
- Collect your camper’s
“Go Home Envelope.” In this envelope you will receive information
about what your camper did at camp, left over money from the Trading
Post, and important notes from the camp director or health
- The health supervisor will meet with every
caregiver. She will provide you with your camper’s medicine (if
applicable) and notify you of any medical care provided to your
camper during her stay.
Once you show your ID and have signed out your camper, they will be
directed to your vehicle by a counselor. The counselor will help your
camper load their luggage into the car.
Late Pick Up Policy
Departure time is 5:00 pm sharp. Due to staffing requirements, you
will be charged $20.00 for every 15 minutes you are late. If you do
not pick up your camper by 6pm, you will be charged all late fees and
the respective County Sheriff’s office will be contacted.