Camp Roger

Parent Information

We want our campers to have the ultimate camp experience. Camp Roger has been hosting healthy and happy campers for 70 years, use the links listed below to answer any additional questions you may have about camp. The information below is designed to acquaint you with everything you need to know to prepare for camp and help you get ready:


FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

The YMCA is committed to ensuring that ALL families have access to the high-quality programming the Y is known for.  Through the support of donors, we are proud to be able to work with families to make sure that cost is not a barrier to participation.  All youth receive the same program experience regardless of the price paid. Download the application below.


TRADITIONAL CAMP

SUNDAY- FRIDAY

**In order to mitigate the risk of COVID, we will no longer be holding a parent BBQ during this time**


CABIN CHECK-IN BEGINS AT 3:30 PM ON SUNDAY

Each cabin will be assigned a specific time to arrive at Camp. Please follow these times to the best of your ability. We will send a list of these times later in the week when we have our final attendance list.

When you arrive at the main gate one of our staff members will greet you, take the temperature of all occupants of the vehicle and give you a short symptoms questionnaire to answer. Once this step is done you will be instructed to drive up the road where you will be approached by the counselors who will be in charge of your child for the rest of the week. 

At this point your child will exit the vehicle, grab their luggage and head to the cabin along with the counselor. Parents will be given grab and go refreshments and be asked to drive up the road towards the director’s cabin. There they will be able to chat to the director, chef, and program director if needed. The camp store stand will also be located here so they can purchase camp gear and we will make sure it gets to their campers. Once they have been through all the stages mentioned above, they will be dismissed and leave Camp. 

FRIDAY DEPARTURE:

Dog Tag Ceremony: **Will be held at the cabin/campsite with each cabin group and their counselors. In order to mitigate the spread of COVID we will not invite the parents for these ceremonies.**

Camper check out will be very similar to check in. Parents will be assigned a specific time to pick up their children. At the gate they will be greeted by one of our staff members and have their temperature taken as well as asked a short symptoms questionnaire. 

Then, they will be instructed to drive up the road to the pick up area located by the maintenance shed in the lower part of Camp. Here, our staff will conduct a photo ID verification, collect signatures for the admission form and dismiss the family towards the director’s cabin where they will check out any medication they may have brought to Camp, visit the Camp store or have a rundown of the week with the Camp and program directors. 

MINI CAMP & LITTLE ROGERS

SUNDAY- WEDNESDAY

MINI CAMP CHECK-IN BEGINS AT 3:30 PM ON SUNDAY

Each cabin will be assigned a specific time to arrive at Camp. Please follow these times to the best of your ability. We will send a list of these times later in the week when we have our final attendance list.

When you arrive at the main gate one of our staff members will greet you, take the temperature of all occupants of the vehicle and give you a short symptoms questionnaire to answer. Once this step is done you will be instructed to drive up the road where you will be approached by the counselors who will be in charge of your child for the rest of the week. 

At this point your child will exit the vehicle, grab their luggage and head to the cabin along with the counselor. Parents will be given grab and go refreshments and be asked to drive up the road towards the director’s cabin. There they will be able to chat to the director, chef, and program director if needed. The camp store stand will also be located here so they can purchase camp gear and we will make sure it gets to their campers. Once they have been through all the stages mentioned above, they will be dismissed and leave Camp.

WEDNESDAY DEPARTURE: 

Checkout out at 3:30pm Camper check out will be very similar to check in. Parents will be assigned a specific time to pick up their children. At the gate they will be greeted by one of our staff members and have their temperature taken as well as asked a short symptoms questionnaire. 

Then they will be instructed to drive up the road to the pick up area located by the maintenance shed in the lower part of Camp. Here, our staff will conduct a photo ID verification, collect signatures for the admission form and dismiss the family towards the director’s cabin where they will check out any medication they may have brought to Camp, visit the Camp store or have a rundown of the week with the Camp and program directors. 

LITTLE ROGERS (THURSDAY- FRIDAY)

Check in at 9am on Thursday. Above check-in and out procedures apply. 

 
 

IMPORTANT REMINDERS

  1. Camper Paperwork is required to be filled out for ALL campers no later than 6 WEEKS BEFORE your camper attends camp
  2. Final balance MUST be paid no later than 6 WEEKS BEFORE your camper is scheduled to come to camp. Failure to pay on time will result in being unregistered and your spot given away to someone else on the waitlist. 

CONTACT INFO

If you have any questions about the registration process or camp in general, please contact the office at 801-839-3379, or by email at camps@ymcautah.org