Our Application Process

Our process to submit an application online is easy! You can complete the enrollment form in 15-20 minutes, and also have the option to “save for later” if you need more time.

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Campers returning from previous summers or new campers returning to complete the application process, please log-in to the parent portal below. 


Registration FAQ's

What happens after a submit my application or enrollment request?

When you submit an application, you will receive an e-mail confirming your enrollment request which will be reviewed by camp staff in 1-2 business days. Once your application has been reviewed and confirmed, your payment will be processed and you will receive a confirmation e-mail including a receipt confirming your registration. 

Registration Discounts – Returning and new campers may be eligible for applicable discounts. $200 off Early Bird Registration is available for My Camper or Camper + registrants and ends on Jan 31st. 

Sibling Discount – Families with more than one child attending any session (separately or together) receive $100 off registration fee for each additional child.

Groups – Have a group of 6-8 campers of similar age that you’d like to bring to camp? Inquire about reserving a cabin and group discounts.

Refer-A-Friend – When a first-time camper whom you referred enrolls and indicates your name in the referral section upon registering, you will receive $100 off your registration.

Discounts not applicable for scholarship families or program partners.

A deposit of 25% of tuition is due to secure your enrollment as well as any applicable discounts. Tuition must be paid in full by Wed, June 1st.

The remaining balance of tuition is due on Wed, June 1st.

Tuition and all other charges must be paid in full by Wed, June 1st.

Camp Woodcraft is open to all children of all abilities ages 7-13. Enrollment is limited to approximately 120 campers per session, so register now!

For families with children under the age of 7, consider Family Camp!

For campers that are between the ages of 14-17, consider applying for our Counselor-in-Training (CIT) Program! Visit our CIT page to learn more and apply!

Before camp, we provide a Parent Guide which helps parents and campers prepare for a full week away at Camp Woodcraft, and eases transition and separation issues. 

In May, before the beginning of the camp season, we will host virtual orientations and meet-and-greets for newly enrolled and prospective families to learn more about Camp Woodcraft, our facilities, meet staff and ask questions. 

Upon boarding the bus to camp or arriving at camp for their session, campers are invited to play fun ice-breaker games, meet cabin mates, cabin counselors and administrative staff, and get situated with the camp facilities. The first day’s schedule includes a welcome lunch cook-out, and an opening campfire adds to the warm welcome. 

We also encourage campers to pack a family photo and/or a sentimental item that they can refer to when they feel homesick. All campers will receive a journal to write experiences they would like to remember and share with their families afterwards. Parents can also provide pre-stamped envelopes for their children to write letters home. These items will be optional and included in the packing list. 

We understand that homesickness is natural and often occurs with both new and returning campers. We prepare and train our staff to handle homesickness and have had remarkable success helping many campers navigate and overcome this feeling and enjoy a fantastic Camp Woodcraft experience. 

For additional information regarding tuition, registration and more, please visit our general FAQ’s page here