Covid-19 details

We will be regularly updating this page with the latest protocols based on government guidelines. Thank you for your patience and understanding as well all strive for a great summer!

Policies & Procedures

Drop off & Pick-up

What to Bring

New Summer.
New Information for your family.

We’re so excited for camp this summer – camp together, in person, inside and outside and alongside our best friends. That’s the way it’s supposed to be!

Kids were made for this – for adventure and making friends and epic moments that just can’t be experienced behind a screen.

That’s why we’re doing everything we can to make in-person camp a reality this year, even if that means camp looking a little different. On this page you’ll find an overview of the current changes we have in place for this summer - all designed to keep staff, campers and families safe.
We are staying up to date with a ever changing situation. We are continuing to monitor the requirements and recommendations put forth by our authorities to determine the appropriate measures needed this summer.  

We are monitoring the situation and these measures may be changed depending on what is necessary come summer. We will update this page as needed!

Keep scrolling to see updates for this summer. 

Polices and Procedures

What new cleaning policies and procedures are in place?

  • Our game equipment will be sprayed with disinfectant or wiped down with disinfecting wipes in between groups using the equipment.
  • Bathrooms and changing facilities will be cleaned multiple times daily.
  • Hand sanitizer stations have been increased in Impact Church and campers will wash their hands or use hand sanitizer before activities or eating.
  • Large group gathering places and games have been altered to adhere to government recommendations. 

Are you requiring social distancing at camp?

All campers and staff will be assigned to a “pod” that contains several groups of campers their age.
Social distancing will not be enforced within the pod, however pods will be socially distanced from other pods to minimize interaction.
We currently plan to be socially distant in large group settings where all campers are in the same room at once for longer than 15 minutes. 

Will my child be required to wear a mask?

We are continuing to monitor the requirements and recommendations put forth by our authorities to determine the appropriate mask usage for campers.
As of now, all campers and staff will be required to wear masks during daily drop-off, pick-up, all indoor transitions, van transportation and perhaps at other times as determined necessary.  Masks are allowed to be removed during time in their pods and when participating in outdoor activities. Since we partner with the City of Wilmington for pool usage, we will have to adhere to their Covid-19 protocols. Currently they are requiring mask and screening while being checked into the pool area. Masks may be removed once screened. 

Drop-off and Pick-up

How should families communicate and early pick-up request?

Click here to submit an Early Pick-Up request. We have a virtual form for all of your early pick-up needs.

When will my child get their camp t-shirt?

Your camper’s Camp Impact  2021 t-shirt will be placed in their backpacks/bag by their group leader on Monday morning.
Please remember to have them wear this shirt on Tuesday for group picture day!

What to bring to camp?

What should my camper bring to camp?

Campers should wear comfortable shoes and clothing that they can play and get messy in, this includes: tennis shoes (no sandals, Chaco’s, Crocs, Heelys, or flip-flops), t-shirt, and shorts. (Short shorts or spaghetti straps are not allowed.)
Your child will need a backpack labeled with his/her name containing:
  • A refillable water bottle
  • Lunch in an insulated lunch box.
  • Modest bathing suit (one piece for girls) and towel
  • Snack Bar money to place on their account for the week (optional, $5-$10 for the week)
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Face mask/covering (we recommend you pack extras in your camper's backpack)
  • Sunscreen (apply before camp, too) and bug spray, if desired
Note: According to EPA Sunwise Program standards, each child will need to have at least 8 oz. of sunscreen to apply during a typical week of camp. We recommend spray sunscreen for easy application.

What do you recommend my camper wear?

Dress your camper in play clothes that he or she can sweat in a little bit, including close-toed shoes, and a face mask! Campers will be required to wear face coverings during certain times mentioned in our polices and procedures FAQ section.
Be sure to pack a swimsuit to enjoy pool/splash pad time!
Girls, please wear one-piece swimsuits. Please don’t wear spaghetti straps or short shorts. 

What items are not allowed at Camp Impact?

  • Electronics -Cell phones, iPods, and other electronics are not allowed at camp. We are not held responsible for any electronics that are lost or damaged.
  • Game/Sports Supplies -We have all of the necessary equipment for your campers to have a fun camp day! Please do not send sports supplies (lacrosse stick, tennis racquet, etc.) or games (Pokémon cards, etc.) to camp with your child.
  • Shareable Food -In order to keep everyone safe at Camp Impact, shareable food items are not allowed this summer (i.e. box of donuts, cookies, cakes, candy, etc.).

Thanks for partnering With Camp Imapct to make this summer amazing for everyone!