There is so much to do to get ready for our campers! We are working hard to provide a safe, nurturing environment that will allow campers to connect with each other, their counselors, God, and creation in Silver Lake's 60+ wooded acres.
We are following CDC guidance and looking at the positivity rate in our area, which has been changing rapidly, so as we update policies based on state, national, and American Camp Association guidelines, we will update this page.
We appreciate your patience as we work to bring you a safe, fun, and fulfilling summer camp experience.
Page updated 6/3/2022
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Silver Lake requires all guests to our site to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19. If your camper has a medical exemption, please be in touch with Silver Lake as soon as possible.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone: 860-364-5526
As a ministry of the Southern New England Conference, United Church of Christ (SNE UCC), Silver Lake adheres to all the policies put in place by the Conference. Read the SNE UCC Covid Policies for Guests and Vendors - updated March 8, 2022.
The vaccine and pre-camp test requirements will allow us to ensure a safe environment to be mask-free at camp.
If Silver Lake or the State of CT cancels camp, we will encourage families to roll their money forward to next year or convert to a donation. Partial or full refunds will be available.
If a camper tests positive for Covid-19 or the family is advised to quarantine in the 14 days before camp, every effort will be made to move the registration to an upcoming session. Otherwise, a full refund will be available.
If a family chooses to cancel a registration before April 30, all fees minus the $150 non-refundable deposit may be refunded. If they cancel after April 30, a family may receive a refund of up to 50% of the total camp fees.
Together with our Medical Director and our team of Camp Nurses, we are putting together a comprehensive Communicable Disease Plan that will allow us to respond quickly to any communicable disease that appears at camp, in addition to confirmed or suspected cases of Covid-19.