Parent 1 Information
Parent 2 Information
It is understood and agreed that campers are enrolled for the entire session and that no reduction will be made for late arrival, absence, or withdrawal, unless the vacancy is filled, except in cases of extended illness, when an equitable and mutually satisfactory adjustment will be made. I/we understand that Camp Winnebago reserves the right to make changes, additions and deletions to its program, activities and personnel.
Camp Winnebago reserves the right to dismiss any camper due to inappropriate behavior including, but not limited to, behavior which is consistently disruptive to his peers and/or the general community, the use of tobacco, alcohol, or non-medically authorized drugs, or any other reason that in the sole discretion of the Director is not in the best interests of the camp in which case no deduction or return of the fee, or any part thereof, will be made. Winnebago is not responsible for additional costs related to the early camper departure.
I understand that part of the camping experience involves activities and group interactions that come with uncertainties beyond what my child may be used to dealing with. Such risks include uneven terrain, standing and moving water, forested and other areas that may result in wildlife encounters that could result in infections and various insect-transmitted diseases. I am also aware that I am aware that my child may participate in off-campus activities that involve additional risks. In addition, there are certain unavoidable risks associated with various camp activities. I am aware of these risks, and I am assuming them on behalf of my child. I realize that no environment is risk-free and so I have instructed my child on the importance of abiding by the camp’s rules, and my child and I both agree that he is familiar with these rules and will obey them.
It is agreed that any dispute or cause of action concerning, relating, arising out of or referring to the subject matter of this contract shall be resolved exclusively by binding arbitration in Kennebec County, Maine according to the then existing commercial rules of the American Arbitration Association and the substantive laws of that state.
In the event I/we cannot be reached in an emergency when my/our son is under Camp Winnebago supervision, I/we hereby give permission to the physician selected by the Camp Director to hospitalize, secure proper treatment for, and to order injections, anesthesia or surgery for my son.
My/our son has permission to participate in all camp programs, camp trips and special outings planned and/or supervised by Camp Winnebago. If consent is needed for a particular activity and I/we are not available, I/we authorize Camp Winnebago to contact the person or persons mentioned as my/our emergency contacts on the medical form. I/we give Camp Winnebago permission to reproduce and publish any photograph, video or other likeness of my/our son for advertising, commercial or other camp purpose.
A non-refundable tuition deposit of $5000.00 is due with this application. A second payment of $5000.00 is due February 1, 2023. The balance is due by May 1, 2023. Included in tuition are canteen, transportation from and to Portland airport, laundry, linens, health & accident insurance and photographs. For 13 – 15 year olds, there is an extra amount for their out-of-camp trips. Any outstanding balance will incur interest at the rate of 1.5% per month from 5/1/23 if not received by 5/31/23. Please make checks payable to “Camp Winnebago” and return to:
131 Ocean Street
South Portland, ME 04106
Tel.(800) 932-1646; (207) 767-1019
Fax: (207) 767-1018