Updated on March 20, 2023.
Please know that an inherent risk of exposure to contagious illnesses exists in any public place where people are present.
Our medication policies have changed. Please review the How to Pack Meds block below.
As parents, we want you to understand the rigorous efforts Pine Cove has always taken toward protecting the health of your child. Since 1967, Pine Cove has existed to be used by God to transform the lives of people for His purposes and His glory. This purpose is no different today.
Parents should use their best judgment regarding sending their child to camp taking into consideration any upcoming travel plans or gatherings scheduled the week following camp.
We will update this page as we update our medical policies.
Every youth camp’s health center is staffed with a screened and experienced RN on site 24/7. Our clinical services are capable of providing labs, splinting, administering oral and IV meds, and monitoring patients who are sick. We can also provide quick access to other medical services such as x-rays and suturing.
Hand sanitizer is available at every meal table and passed around to each camper as part of a sanitize cheer. We also have hand sanitizer in each building, including cabins, and at our activity class locations. Sanitizing our hands (and staying hydrated!) have always been important parts of our camp culture. Check out this fun video that the Pine Cove Ranch made to remind our campers and staff how important it is to be hydrated and sanitized—and to have fun while doing it!