Welcome parents. Thank you for your interest in our wonderful camp. On this page you will find the necessary information to begin your child’s exciting experience at Camp Choconut for Boys.
Camp Choconut is one of the oldest camps in America. The success of its many years is through the thoroughness and diligence of its Director and staff to exceed your expectations for a safe, fun, and exciting experience for your child.
Here is the information you will need to begin:
Please print and complete the Parent Packet. It is available in PDF format or as a Word document. Please fill out a set for each child you plan to enroll and mail, or email it to us. This includes the Camper Questionnaire form, Camper Application, Medical History form, Camper Equipment List and others.
Your boy may not attend camp unless they are completed.
The Camper Equipment List is for your information. It is a suggestion of what to bring so that your son is equipped to get the most out of camp. At the end of summer, there is always a pile of campers belongings left at camp. This is an expensive waste for our campers (and their parents!) As a way to target the problem of lost belongings and a large lost and found closet, we are encouraging our campers to label all belongings.
We have partnered with Mabel's Labels, a company with all types of labels that are colourful, indestructible and fun! With a special 'Camp Pack' available and also a larger “Big Combo”, your camper can label absolutely everything!
Go to www.choconut.mabel.ca and then place your order!
We look forward to sending campers home with ALL their belongings this summer!
We have also teamed up with Insect Shield Repellent Apparel. An important new way to help keep children and camp staff protected from biting ticks and insects while enjoying outdoor adventures at summer camp. Insect Shield camp apparel for adults/kids - provides effective, built-in protection against mosquitoes, ticks, ants, flies, chiggers, and midges (no-see-ums) including those that can carry dangerous diseases such as West Nile virus and Lyme disease. The protection is odorless, invisible and lasts through 70 washings – the expected life of a garment. To read more about this new technology click here.
Please do not hesitate to call us if you have questions – we prefer to work out problems before your son arrives at camp. To contact Fred Lorber at any time with any questions, either click here to contact us or call 570-553-2995 after June 16th, 2010 or 651-338-3042 through June 16th, 2010.
2010 Summer Session Forms: