Arrival & Departure Info
Updated May 30, 2021
On the Monday that your child travels to camp, please be at the Catalina Express terminal in San Pedro at 2:00 PM.
On the Monday that your child returns from camp, please plan to be in the same spot no later than noon.
Fully vaccinated campers (those who are at least two weeks past their second dose) will NOT have to provide proof of a negative COVID test or be tested at the boat terminal. Instead, we will need a copy of their COVID vaccine card. Please email a copy of your camper’s vaccine card to email@example.com.
Campers who are NOT fully vaccinated will need to provide proof of a negative COVID test during the check-in process at the boat terminal. Here are the testing guidelines issued by the county:
- Testing must be conducted within 72 hours before arrival at the boat terminal, if using a PCR test. Antigen tests are acceptable and must be conducted within 24 hours of arrival at the boat terminal. Results of the test must be available prior to entry into camp.
Campers who are NOT fully vaccinated will also be required to take a COVID test at the boat terminal. One week prior to your camper’s departure, we will email you with testing paperwork that you’ll need to bring to the boat terminal, along with a printed copy of your insurance card. These documents are required in order to administer the test.
Health & Safety at the Boat Terminal
Keeping campers and staff healthy and safe is our top priority. Limiting the number of people at the boat terminal will help us to achieve this goal.
Please do not bring extra adults or children who are not enrolled in camp to either drop-off or pick-up. We’d appreciate having only one adult per camper or group of campers. No siblings, neighbors, grandparents, friends, etc.
Please do not bring any pets to the boat terminal.
Masks that cover the nose and mouth are required at the boat terminal.
Parents will be asked to leave the boat terminal after their camper is checked in. We are not able to invite parents into the area where campers are waiting with their counselors and cabinmates. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we work to provide a safe experience for all of our campers.