If you ever have a question or concern about your camper, how they are adjusting to camp life, interacting with their counselors and other campers, or even just liking the food, we encourage you to contact our Directors by emailing email@example.com. We are more than happy to give you an update at any time. Likewise, if we ever feel your camper is struggling for some reason (for example, homesickness), we will certainly reach out to you, explain what’s happening and let you know how we are helping them work through the issue. In all such cases, we will work together to help your camper.
Snail Mail! Campers love to receive regular mail. Everyday after lunch, mail is distributed to your campers tent. Give out the camp address to friends and relatives, along with a suggestion to focus more on what she is doing at camp than on details at home. Keep the tone encouraging and positive. Send USMail to our regular Post Office Box Camper’s Name Echo Hill Camp 13655 Bloomingneck Road Worton, MD 21678
Email! You may also send your camper emails while they are at camp. Once per day, we print emails and deliver them to the campers. Please note that campers are unable to respond via email. There is no charge for this service, but we ask parents, friends and relatives to limit their emails to one per day, and to please not send photos or e-cards. Send camper emails to: firstname.lastname@example.org with the camper’s first and last name in the “subject line.”
Packages. We have found that campers receiving packages, especially when compared to those that do not, can have a negative effect on the camp community. For this main reason, we have a no packages policy. Of course, if there is something that must be sent (for example, a forgotten pair of riding boots or even a birthday present), we are happy to make an exception. Please contact our office to receive approval before sending any package. Please note that all packages without approval will be returned.