A designated staff member who is trained by and complies to American Camp Association guidelines and regulation will handle medical needs. Camp Carlo is located ten to fifteen minutes away from Valley Health Clinic.
All Campers who wish to enter the deep side of the pool will undergo a swim test administered by the lifeguard. If the camper passes the swim test, they will be permitted to swim on the deep end of the pool, use the diving board and water slide without a life vest.
When Are Drop off and Pick Up Times?
Drop Off: Registration 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Pick Up: Parent Reception 9:00 am. Final departure 9:30 am.
Contact between Parent and Camper:
Camp is where youth are gifted with the opportunity to experience tremendous growth. We strive to stoke the fire of love for Christ within the heart of every camper who steps on property. The goal is then, for them to share the love of Christ they have with their parishes and families when they return home. Parents are welcomed to call the Camp Carlo office, send emails to the leadership team, or send letters to their children during the week of camp; however, the expectation should not be that you will be able to talk with the camper. Personal phone calls may start a wildfire of homesickness which will take away from the experience and reason why the adolescent was sent to camp in the first place. It is important that the focus of the week is to help campers grow in every possible way, because growth through adventure and fun is the reason that kids attend summer camp.
Our activities include, high ropes course, giant swing, swimming, water slide, horse riding, backpacking, camping, fishing, canoeing, field games and more! Every camper is encouraged to step out of their comfort zone and conquer their fears as they grow in experience at Camp Carlo.
How do I know my child will be safe at camp?
- Safety policies, a particularly safe environment that follow safety protocols, and thoroughly trained staff members.
- Closely follow American Camp Association guidelines
- Diocesan Risk Management Team implemented trainings and protocols.
- All staff members comply with the VIRTUS safe environment training and have a federal background check on them.
- Blessed Camp Carlo Acutis Youth Camp complies to the CDC’s COVID-19 Guidelines
Where will the camper be sleeping?
Campers will be given the choice of either top or bottom bunk within their assigned lodge for the week. Campers and Adult staff members do not sleep in the same room. Counselors are in the counselors lodge next to the campers lodge. The Lodges for Blessed Camp Carlo Acutis Youth Camp are well maintained throughout the programing week and thoroughly cleaned every Saturday.
What are the mask-wearing requirements?
Campers must bring a face covering that complies with CDC guidelines. Camp Carlo follows the CDC guidelines to maintain a safe and clean environment.
What To Bring:
- 8 outfits of modest, comfortable attire
- Bed clothes
- 8 pairs of underwear and socks
- A jacket or sweatshirt
- Rain jacket or rain poncho
- Bathing Suit (girls’ bathing suits must be one piece or tankini: no bikinis)
- Face Coverings that cover the nose and mouth per the CDC standards
- Closed toed shoes (preferred tennis shoes)
- Water Shoes (For creek stomping)
- Bedding for twin sized bed
- Sleeping bag
- Bath Towel
- Pool Towel
- Toiletries including, shampoo, body soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant.
- Any Needed Medication
What Not to Bring:
- No bikinis
- No noodle strap tank tops
- No cut off t-shirts
- No open-toed shoes
- No cell phones or other electronics
- No knives