Summer camp frequently asked questions
    How do you figure grade levels for summer camp?
  • Grade levels refer to the school year prior to the child's attendance at camp.
    What happens if we must cancel?
  • Please notify camp as soon as possible if your child cannot attend camp. It may be possible for us to fill that spot with someone on the waiting list.

    If you must cancel, we will return your money minus the deposit. Refund requests must be made in writing with the reasons for cancellation.
    What about homesickness?
  • Remember when you were homesick? You survived! We work with the campers to help them adjust, too. Please don't rush to camp if the "Help! Come and get me" letter arrives. In most cases, the problem will have passed by the time you get the letter.

    If you feel a concern, however, don't hesitate to call our camp office at 920-787-3202; you may have to leave a message on the answering machine.  We will return your call as soon as possible and do all we can so that the campers have a positive experience.
    What time is registration?
  • Registration is from 2:30-4:30. We will not be ready for campers until then. Follow the signs into camp to the Dining Hall where you’ll receive cabin assignments and medication will be screened. The first and last days are the only time to buy items from our camp store.
    What time is pick-up on the last day?
  • At 10:00 we have a program for campers and their parents at the Dining Hall. Departure will follow (around 11:00).
    Where do we send mail?
  • Campers love mail, perhaps even some that will arrive on their first day at camp! Send mail to:
        CAMP PHILLIP
        W9944 BUTTERCUP AVENUE
        WAUTOMA WI 54982-7032

    Encourage family and friends to write, but don't be too disappointed if you get nothing in return--you will hear plenty about camp when they get home.

    Please do not send any food; they get excellent meals and snacks while at camp.
    What about lost and found?
  • Put your child's name on everything that is brought to camp; show them what has been packed, or better yet, have them do the packing. Lost and found items are kept for one month after camp and then are disposed of.