2022 Camp Longview

Registration for Summer Camp at The Club at Longview will be offered on a first come first reserved basis. Camp Longview is our five-day summer program packed full of fun! Camp Longview offers a positive environment full of experiences including instruction with our golf and tennis staff, supervised swim time, outdoor games, crafts, science experiments, lunch, as well as various specialized vendors at times.

All member children, grandchildren, and sponsored friends ages 4-11 are welcome.

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Schedule, Fees, and What to Bring

All member children, grandchildren, and sponsored friends ages 4-11 are welcome and encouraged to join us for multiple weeks. To attend our half-day camps, your child must be at least 4 years old on the first day of camp. To attend our full day of camp, your child must be at least 5 years old on the first day of camp. These age restrictions are due to some of the activities and games that are played throughout the day at camp.

Summer Camp Weeks and Themes
June 13-17: Science Camp
June 20-24: Sports Camp
June 27-July 1: Amazing Race Camp
July 11- July 15: Campers Camp
July 18- July 22: Master Chef Camp
July 25-July 29: Animal Camp
August 1- August 5: Time Travelers Camp
August 8- August 12: Weird-lympics

Full-Day Cost
Full-Day Member: $280/week
Full-Day Non-Member: $330/week
Full-Day Camp is from 9:00am-4:00pm.
Lunch and snacks are included.
Must be at least 5 years old to sign up for a Full Day.

Half-Day Cost 
½ Day Member: $200/ week
½ Day Non-Member: $240/ week
Half-Day Camp is from 9:00am-12:00pm.
Snack is included. Lunch is not included.
Must be at least 4 years old to sign up for a Half Day.

Before Care and After Care
Before Care is from 8:00am-9:00am
Additional $10 per child

After Care is from 4:00pm-5:00pm
Additional $10 per child

What Does My Child Need To Bring?
(Please label your child’s belongings)
-Water Bottle
-Sunscreen (we can assist with spray only).
-Tennis Shoes
-Tennis Racket and Golf Clubs
-Swim Suit with a Change of Clothes
-Beach Towel
-A positive and kind attitude for a great day with all our friends!

Policies and Protocols

We do understand our summer camp program may be your child’s introduction to the Golf and Tennis experience and we are happy to help you with this process. Since we have a limited amount of extra equipment, we are highly encouraging campers to bring their own tennis rackets and golf clubs. For questions regarding golf and tennis equipment, please contact [email protected]. Please label all items your child(ren) brings to Camp. The Club at Longview is not responsible for lost items but does make every effort to encourage children to return their supplies to their backpacks and golf bags after each activity.

Before care/Aftercare:
Before Care is available upon request: Mon-Fri: from 8:00am-9:00am
Aftercare is available upon request: Mon-Fri: from 4pm-5:00pm.
Before care and Aftercare is available for $10 per child per care request.
You must let the Youth Activities Director know at least one week prior if these services are needed, for staffing purposes.

Lunch will be provided by the club, each day. There will be a set menu, and parents will be made aware of the weekly menu at the start of each week. Allergies and dietary restrictions can be accommodated, please let us know how we can best serve your child. Your child will be very active while attending our summer camp program. For this reason, we encourage campers to eat a full breakfast at home in preparation for the day. Please make sure to list all known allergies your child has upon registration.

For your child’s safety, please note upon registration if your child can swim independently or needs to wear floaties while in the water, under our care. Though we understand that it may be hard for your child to want to wear the floaties if their friends do not have to, it is for the fairness and safety of your child and the program that your child does so if he/she cannot independently swim without assistance. This disclaimer includes the deep end. We will partner with you to walk your child through this simple conversation and work to minimize any attention given to who is or is not wearing the floaties at pool time.

Pick Up Policy:
Please list everyone who may be picking up your child from camp, upon registration. You can email [email protected] with updates at any point. Upon pickup, if someone other than the parents are picking up your child, please make sure that they have their ID present, as this is for the safety of your child.

Charging and Cancellations:
*The member registering the camper (your core member number) will see the summer camp fee in the month of June.

All cancellations made less than two weeks from the camp start date (Monday of said week) will result in a 50% charge to your member account. Any cancellations made less than 48 hours prior to the start of camp will result in a full member charge. NOTE: Children removed from Camp due to behavioral issues will incur a full member charge. This includes behavioral issues of our younger campers.
If you need a receipt, please email [email protected].

Heat & Hydration:
Please pack a water bottle for your child to bring to camp each day. While we strive to provide intentional cool-down opportunities for campers, the majority of our day is designed to be outdoors. We encourage campers to refill water bottles throughout the day, as well as utilizing group bathroom breaks (during intentionally scheduled times that coordinate after peak water breaks).

Regulations and Restrictions

-Campers should stay home if they have tested positive for, are showing signs
of, or have come in close contact with a person exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms within the last 7 days.
-Symptoms of COVID-19 can include fever, cough, shortness of breath, or difficulty breathing. Additional symptoms include chills, the new loss of taste or smell, and
vomiting/diarrhea (children only). While symptoms in children ate similar to adults, children may have milder symptoms.
-Children should stay home if they are exhibiting symptoms in conjunction with our Exclusion Policy.

Exclusion Policy:
-Regardless of symptoms, children must be fever-free, without the help of fever-reducing medicine, for at least 24 hours before returning from camp.

The Club at Longview Youth Behavior Policy:
Please remind your child that while attending any youth program, it is important that we all practice respecting our neighbors, our counselors, and our space. While your child is in our care, we will strive to offer age-appropriate programming to keep them engaged, learning, happy and safe. Our staff will use both positive redirections, as well as using clear and age-appropriate behavioral expectations and boundaries. These expectations are for the safety of all children. Our staff reserves the right to ask you to pick up your child early from a program if we feel we cannot maintain safety and fairness to the rest of the children. If a child is picked up due to behavioral issues, a full member charge will still apply. Behavior that will cause early pickup includes but is not limited to:

-Running out of the supervised area, or away from a counselor.
-Refusal to listen and follow safety instructions.
-Physical rough play or repetitive emotional harm to another camper
-Destruction of Longview property.

*We reserve the right to not accept a child into camp due to behavioral issues.

Injuries and Medications:
- Properly maintained first aid kits are available and out of reach of children.
- Each staff member working with a group of children has had training in First Aid and CPR.
- All staff have immediate access to a phone to summon Emergency Medical Services when needed
- A staff member will notify the parent or guardian of the emergency or fill out an incident report to communicate minor incidents at the time of pick up.

Please alert the Head Counselor at drop-off if essential medication is coming into camp. If the child requires medication and can take it on their own, they are allowed to do so with parental consent upon entering camp. Please note that camp counselors are not medical professionals and are NOT allowed to administer medications to children (with the exception of Epi-Pens in a life-threatening situation). They are trained to recognize warning signs and can assist a child verbally with reminders. The camp does not store or stock medications for children and will only provide band-aids and ice packs for basic first aid.