Camp Programs – Rates and Dates

Summer 2021 Camp Schedule                            

SESSION 1

June 6th-11th      

Adult 18+

SESSION 2

June 13th-18th

Adult 18+

SESSION 3

June 20th-25th

Adult 18+

SESSION 4

June 27th-July 2nd

Youth (7-17)

SESSION 5  

July 4th-9th

Adult 18+

SESSION 6

July 11th –16th 

Adult 18+

SESSION 7

July 18th -23rd 

Youth (7-17)

SESSION 8

Aug 1st-6th 

Adult 18+

SESSION 9

Aug 8th –13th

Youth (7-17)

SESSION 10

Aug 15th –20th

Adult 18+

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Note: The Scholarship Application is included in the registration process.

If you are having issues registering for camp, please call our support line and we will walk you through each step or look into any issues you may be having. Please email us at help@campdoc.com or call 734-636-1000.


Levels and Costs

Levels
How do I determine what level my camper is?

Information: Camp Level Determination

Costs
Regular Session: 
Five nights, Six days.
Level One
– $762
Level Two  – $1,116
Level Three – $1,524
No deposit required.


Registration - Check-In/Check-Out

Check-in 
Upon arrival, we have 3 stations:

STATION 1: Under pavilion. Unload luggage from your car and bring under the pavilion. Pull a number & staff will call you up when it is your turn Cash for snack shack will be collected.
STATION 2: When finished, take your number, meds, and cash for the store with you to the Nurses Station. The staff will call your number when it is your turn to see the nurse.
STATION 3: Walk your camper back to the cabins where you will find your luggage and a counselor will be there to greet you. Set up your camper's bed. Walk your camper back to the lodge for an activity.

Camper drop-off Sundays between 4-6 pm
Camper pick-up Fridays between 10-11 am


Camp Fish Tales provides rest and reprieve to those wonderful parents/guardians that spend their days taking care of their loved ones. Respite is a well-deserved break for them while their loved one gets to enjoy priceless memories at camp.

Covid-19 Warning

Due to Covid-19, we have adapted our program to enhance the health and safety of our staff and campers. Staff, campers, and their families must follow all of the provided instructions while at Camp Fish Tales. 

We understand that these times are challenging and we appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding as we conduct summer camp as responsibly as we can. We take our responsibility to care for your camper during these extreme conditions very seriously. Exceptions to our procedures will not be allowed for staff, campers, or camp families. We hope to provide your camper with a great Camp Experience this season. We look forward to serving your family!

Please review and make yourself familiar with the procedures at the link below so that we can keep everyone safe during camp. Thank you!

COVID Procedures for Fall Camp


Communication with Your Camper

CampGrams are a one-way communication tool that allows families to easily send messages to campers while they are away. To utilize CampGrams, click on CampDocs and off to the left click on CampGrams. If help is needed, click here: CampGrams


Life at Camp

Camp Schedule

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer Daily Camp Schedule (full size)


Your Camper's Health

Special Needs or Health Concerns
Physical Exams– Every camper is required to have a physical within a year of their arrival at camp. Click here for a physical form.
Medication– Must be brought in original bottles and turned into the nurse.


Packing List

Part of the fun of camping is figuring out what to bring along. Use this handy camping checklist to make sure you don't forget anything important.

Suggested items to pack for camp

Respite Weekends 

Weekend Camp ButtonRegister now for Respite Weekends! We have the BEST news to share! Fall weekend camps will be OPEN! Camp Fish Tales provides rest and reprieve to those wonderful parents and guardians who spend their days taking care of their loved ones. Respite is a well-deserved break for them while their loved one gets to enjoy priceless memories at camp. 

Levels: How do I determine what level my camper is? Camp Level Determination
Costs: Level 1-$250          Level 2-$350          Level 3-$450
Drop off Friday between 5-7 (dinner served) and pick up Sundays at 1 pm.

Covid-19 Warning

Due to Covid-19, we have adapted our program to enhance the health and safety of our staff and campers. Staff, campers, and their families must follow all of the provided instructions while at Camp Fish Tales.

We understand that these times are challenging and we appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding as we conduct summer camp as responsibly as we can. We take our responsibility to care for your camper during these extreme conditions very seriously. Exceptions to our procedures will not be allowed for staff, campers, or camp families. We hope to provide your camper with a great Camp Experience this season. We look forward to serving your family!

Please review and make yourself familiar with the procedures at the link below so that we can keep everyone safe during camp. Thank you!
COVID Procedures for Fall Camp

Respite Weekends 2020-2021

Respite weekends in August and September will emulate the activities we do in our weeklong summer camps, weather permitting (swimming, boating, fishing, rock wall, archery, dance, and talent shows).

August 7-9, 2020 (Youth (7-17)
August 14-16, 2020 (Youth 7-17)
August 28-30, 2020 Adult 18+
September 11-13, 2020 Adult 18+
September 18-20, 2020 Adult 18+
September 25-27, 2020 Adult 18+

Respite weekends in October through April 2021 are themed.
Please note: We have also added two sessions for October 2020 and two for January 2021 since these are popular themes. Register TODAY!

October 16-18, 2020 (Youth 7-17) - Bring your costumes!! Trick or Treating, nature name plaques, pumpkin carving contest, outdoor cooking, archery shooting at pumpkins!
October 23-25, 2020 (Adult 18+) - Bring your costumes!! Trick or Treating, nature name plaques, pumpkin carving contest, outdoor cooking, archery shooting at pumpkins!
November 20–22, 2020 (all ages) - Fall activities: Sunrise hike with cider and donuts, scavenger hunt, outdoor cooking, canvas painting, & talent show!
December 11-13, 2021 (all ages) - Winter Wonderland Dance: ice fishing (if safe), sledding, snow sculpture contest, snowball toss, Christmas cookie class!
January 8-10, 2021 (Youth 7-17) - Happy Unbirthday!! We are partying like it’s your birthday! Party games, cake baking, and making homemade ice cream!
January 22-24, 2021 (Adult 18+) - Happy Unbirthday!! We are partying like it’s your birthday! Party games, cake baking, and making homemade ice cream!
February 19-21, 2021 (all ages) - You have my HEART! Activities: Spot the hearts, rainbow heart sun-catchers, cooking class (Valentine treat), ‘Hearts’ n Crafts!
March 19-21, 2021 (all ages) - Spring activities: Nature name plaques, spring sports, bubble making, bonfire, outdoor movie, fishing, boating (if weather permits).
April 16-18, 2021 (all ages) - Egg decorating! Egg carton flowers, outdoor cooking, bird feeders, bonfire, spring sports, egg hunt!

Weekend Camp Dates

CFT Fishing

Registration - Check-In/Check-Out

Check-in 
Upon arrival, we have 3 stations:
STATION 1: Under pavilion. Unload luggage from your car and bring it under the pavilion. Pull a number & staff will call you up when it is your turn Cash for snack shack will be collected.
STATION 2: When finished, take your number, meds, and cash for the store with you to the Nurses Station. The staff will call your number when it is your turn to see the nurse.
STATION 3: Walk your camper back to the cabins where you will find your luggage and a counselor will be there to greet you. Set up your camper's bed. Walk your camper back to the lodge for an activity.

Communications with Your Camper

CampGrams are a one-way communication tool that allows families to easily send messages to campers while they are away. To utilize CampGrams, click on CampDocs, and off to the left click on CampGrams. If help is needed, click here: CampGrams

Life at Camp

Camp Schedule

Summer Daily Camp Schedule (full size)

Your Camper's Health

Special Needs or Health Concerns

Physical Exams– Every camper is required to have a physical within a year of their arrival at camp. Click here for a physical form.

Medication– Must be brought in original bottles and turned into the nurse.

Packing List

Suggested items to pack for camp

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