A certified First-Aider is in camp. This is in addition to a lifeguard who is certified for water and swimming program. And just in case, there are medical facilities available in nearby Occidental, Sebastopol, and Santa Rosa.
Most of our staff are volunteers and attended camp as campers, and they are dedicated to providing a highly spirited, fun, and welcoming environment. We all strive to be good role models of the Christian way of life. We hope that our positive example and loving Christian environment promotes campers to grow spiritually.
The Scarf program, adopted from the YMCA’s ragger program, teaches campers important life skills, by taking on personal challenges and working towards overcoming them successfully. Ultimately, this helps develop lifelong tools a camper needs for personal growth.
Staff members are screened and trained in program, policies, and safety
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