Q: How much will it cost to send my child to Camp
A: Fees are charged according to a sliding scale
which is based on the family income (or parents' ability to pay).
The fees range from $230.00 per child for 2 weeks to $610.00 per
child for 2 weeks.
The LIT's program fees range from $280.00 to $660.00.
Low income families are eligible for financial assistance offered by the Ministry of Education, Recreation and Sport under the Programme of financial assiatance to the accessibility of summer camps. A fee will be applied depending on the income of your family.
Q: At what age is my child eligible to attend camp?
A: The child must be 5 by June 1st and no older
than 14 by July 1st of the year he or she attends camp.
Q: Should I send money to camp with my child?
A: Children should not bring any money to camp.
Q: What should my child bring to camp with him or her?
A: Please see the Parents'
Handbook for a list of necessities.
Camp Amy Molson provides an opportunity for our campers to enjoy the outdoors and benefit from a technology free environment. Therefore, it is not recommended that campers bring electronics such as PSPs, iPODS, portable DVD players, cell phones, etc. Camp Amy Molson is not responsible for lost or stolen goods.
Q: If my child has any special needs, how should I proceed?
A: It is crucial that you discuss your child’s needs with the Executive Director to ensure that the program can be modified to address their needs. In some situations it may be necessary to discuss with the other professionals involved ie. teacher, doctor.
Q: Can I call my child at any time?
A: Campers are not permitted to use the telephone. You are welcome to contact the camp if you have any concerns. Please understand that we are all busy caring for the campers, so we may not be able to return your call immediately.
Q: Will my child be able to spend any time with their sibling throughout the day?
A: Campers are divided according to age and generally not placed in a cabin with their siblings. All camp activities take place after supper, which is a good opportunity for siblings to spend time together.