PARENT INFO &
FORMS FOR SUMMER CAMP
You can be assured that your child or teen will experience one of the greatest summers of their life in a safe, caring,
and Christ-centered environment with Godly counselors and staff. To help you with planning, please note the links at
the top and bottom of the page with information to prepare you and your child for their upcoming session.
If you have any questions, please call our Fort Collins office at 970-484-8462 or email email@example.com.
FORMS IN CAMPERS ONLINE ACCOUNT
To better serve you, several camper forms are now ONLY available through your camper's account and must be completed online in order to attend camp.
Please review each page in your camper's account to avoid missing a signature or required information which can delay the process.
Camper Health Form
Video and Photo Release
Permission to Pick up
Flight Schedule (if applicable)
Beyond Timberline Acknowledgement Form (if applicable)
Communicable Disease Waiver
PRINTABLE FORMS TO MAIL TO THE
FORT COLLINS OFFICE PRIOR TO CAMP
Please mail these forms to the Fort Collins office at
430 Canyon Ave Fort Collins, CO 80521.
Food Allergy Action Plan* (if applicable to Overnight Camp programs only; requires doctor's signature prior to attending camp)
If you would also like to talk more about meals provided during Overnight Camp, please contact our office directly and
we would be happy to provide the menu.
FORMS TO BRING TO CAMP CHECK-IN
Please fill out these doctor signature forms*
and bring with you to Opening Day!
This will prevent them from being lost by fax or email.
All online and doctor signature forms* are required in accordance with state and American Camping Association guidelines before a camper can attend camp.
Doctor's Statement of Participation - Overnight Camp* annual physical required for all campers
Doctor's Statement of Participation - Outta Bounds Day Camp* annual physical required for all day campers
Certificate of Immunization* - please send updated shot records each year; this can be in the format that best suites your physician's office
Doctor's Order for Prescription* - Will your child need to bring prescriptions or regular over-the-counter medications to camp? Please bring all medication in the original container with doctor’s orders for each item. We can also accept copies already generated by your child's school or physician.
Colorado Allergy and Anaphylaxis Emergency Care Plan - Please complete with your physician's office if your child has any allergy that would require an emergency care plan.
Colorado Asthma Care Plan - Please complete with your physician's office if your child needs an asthma emergency care plan.
Camper medication, supplements, and vitamins will need to be turned in to the RN/NP/MD upon arrival.
Please bring the original bottle or box along with doctor's orders for each item.
On Opening Day, additional instructions can be given to the RN/NP/MD
on how and when to administer these items.
We can accept versions/copies of the Doctors Order or Emergency Care Plans
already generated b your school or physician's office to make it easier as well!
ADDITIONAL HEALTH DOCUMENTS FOR YOUR REFERENCE
Our Illness Prevention & Health Policies are currently being updated to reflect changes due to Covid-19.
Camp Timberline offers Roommate Requests (overnight camp) and Buddy Requests (day camp) so your child has the option to attend camp with a friend. This is not a requirement for a fun week at camp and our ultimate goal is for each small group to have a positive and connected time at camp with their peers and counselors.
To accomplish this goal, campers are divided into boy and girl small groups and then placed by age and grade.
Within these parameters, we strive to honor ONE request per camper but cannot always guarantee their placement. All campers will be grouped within the same 12-month age group pending an unusual breakdown of age ranges in camper registrations.
Since this system has many variables, we ask parents/guardians to partner with us in clearly selecting a Roommate or Buddy Request with the guidelines below and to be flexible with each camp session's dynamics and potential.