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Rules and Guidelines

Camp Monahan's rules and guidelines are set up to keep your camper, safe, healthy and having fun. 

Arrivals and departures

Please adhere to the arrival and departure times for your child. Do not arrive earlier or later as we are unable to provide supervision.

  • Arrival time for campers is between 3–5 pm unless otherwise stated on your confirmation letter
  • Each camp session ends with a campfire program which begins at 7 pm and lasts approximately 45 minutes. We encourage you to attend closing campfire as it’s your child’s chance to share the Camp Monahan experience with you. All campers MUST be picked up by 9 pm
  • We do not provide transportation to and from camp
  • Promotional items like t-shirts and newly added items each year; water bottles, blankets, etc. will be available for purchase at camp on both the Registration Day and Pick-up Day. Please bring cash as we cannot accept debit or credit cards
  • There will be a Lost & Found on the closing day of camp. Any items remaining after camp has ended will be washed and donated to a worthy charity

Supervision and discipline

  • Supervision is provided during all activities, including qualified lifeguards on duty during all aquatic activities
  • Campers are not permitted to leave the campgrounds without permission from the Camp Director
  • Campers can get homesick the first few days, however, usually do well thereafter. Visits or phone calls are not recommended so as not to interfere with camp activities. Parents will be notified if necessary. Any inquiries should be directed to (306) 522-1047
  • Camp Monahan reserves the right to dismiss any camper who is deemed a hazard to the safety and rights of other campers or staff due to unacceptable behaviour or attitudes, or who appears to have rejected the reasonable expectations of the camp
  • Refunds are not available for campers arriving late, leaving early or for campers dismissed due to disciplinary action
  • All camp staff are thoroughly screened, interviewed and have been subjected to criminal record checks. Staff receive one-week in depth pre-camp orientation and selected staff are trained in HIGH FIVE®. HIGH FIVE® is Canada's quality standard for children's programs. Camp Monahan adheres to standards set out by the Saskatchewan Camps Association and the Archdiocese of Regina
  • Camp Monahan is an accredited camp with the Saskatchewan Camps Association. Our Executive Director is a member of the Board. Info:Saskatchewan Camps Association

Medical care

  • Medical care is available at all times. Our well-equipped First Aid Station has items like aspirin, Tylenol, cough medicine so there is no need to pack with your child
  • Parents will be asked as to the status of their camper's health upon arrival. Anyone who has medication will be asked to visit the First Aid Attendant
  • ALL MEDICATION MUST BE TURNED IN TO THE FIRST AID ATTENDANT UPON ARRIVAL AT CAMP.We kindly ask that you consider having your child’s medications bubble packed. This is for safety and accuracy in adminstration of meds
  • Please inform us in writing if your child’s health and/or medication changes between the time of registration and arrival at camp
  • Although we take every reasonable precaution to avoid accidents, incidents sometimes happen. In the event a camper requires additional medical attention, the Camp Director will arrange for special services and notify the parent(s) as soon as possible. Additional expenses that may result from such services are the responsibility of the parent(s)/guardian(s)

Food

  • A well-balanced diet is provided to all campers, however camp is not able to guarantee a peanut/allergy free environment
  • Do not send food, drinks or candy to camp with your child as these items can attract bugs and animals into the cabin/tent and luggage
  • Those will allergies or food sensitivities will be required to provide their own food alternatives; please clearly label with the camper's name. You are asked to visit the kitchen staff upon your arrival

Accommodations and camper requests

  • Campers will be assigned to a tent or cabin with the exception of Scampers who stay in cabins with their leaders
  • Tents are on raised wooden platforms. Please pack a foam mattress for your child’s comfort
  • Campers are placed in groups by age co-located by sexes at the discretion of the Camp Administration
  • In the past, we’ve found that grouping friends/family together can cause problems among campers and with group dynamics. We appreciate that you comply with our groupings
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