Adventure Camp Forms
Just like any other program, Blue Mountain Resort requires all Adventure Camp participants to complete health & release forms. Providing this information will help to ensure that we know the basics about your child while they are having the time of their life at Adventure Camp!
Blue Mountain Adventure Camp Paperwork
In addition to the Adventure Camp Registration Packet, there are Field Trip Release Forms that need to be filled out if your camper decides to participate in our off-site field trips. There is also an Overnight Camp Health History Form that must be signed by the parent or guardian. Be sure to read through and complete the required forms listed below.
WHEN READY, SUBMIT YOUR CAMP FORMS:
- Email paperwork to [email protected]
- Fax paperwork to (610) 826-7723.
- If you plan to turn your paperwork in on the 1st day of camp, please arrive at 8:30am to process your paperwork with our Blue Mountain Adventure Camp Administrator.
Questions about Camp Forms? Call the Blue Mountain Adventure Camp Administrator at (484) 633-5272.
Parents/Guardians of ALL Blue Mountain Adventure campers are required to fill out the Camp Registration Packet which includes the application, consent & release forms. Forms need to be completed and returned a week prior to the start of your camp session.
Parents/Guardians are encouraged to read the camp handbook with their camper so they know what to expect while enjoying their time at camp.
DAY CAMPERS should be dropped off by 8:30 a.m. and picked up at 5:00 p.m. at the Valley Lodge located by the tuning shop. Camper’s temperatures will be taken from the car window upon arrival.
OVERNIGHT CAMPERS should be dropped off Sunday at 3:30 p.m. at the Frontier Center located in the Valley. Campers will be provided dinner. Camper's temperatures will be taken from the car upon arrival. Pick up is Friday at 5:00 pm.
Overnight Campers must have this health form signed by a parent/guardian! Forms need to be emailed a week prior to the start of your camp session.
Safety is our top priority. Please take a moment to review our new COVID-19 precautions. Our camp staff is constantly keeping up to date with CDC and local government official recommendations to keep camp a safe place for employees and campers!