FAQ

What is our campus address?

56 Bruceville Road
High Falls, NY 12440

Where should I mail application and payments?

Camp Huntington
56 Bruceville Road
High Falls, NY 12440

When is the best time to enroll my child?

Since camper groups are carefully planned, we advise contacting us as soon as possible to arrange an interview. Yearly interest in our program is always strong and space is limited. Contact today to discuss camp and reserve space for your child.

 

How can I get more information?

We enjoy speaking with parents and are always enthusiastic to meet your child and discuss the benefits of our program. Please contact us; send us an e-mail or Call Toll Free us between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm Eastern Standard Time any weekday at 855.707.CAMP (2267).

 

Will Camp be like school?

The camp experience for your child will remain strongly unique in program design, providing enrichment and nurturing whole-child development. Adding teachers to activity leadership will create a more effective program that retains the vital elements of therapeutic recreation: fun-filled, exposure-based, nurturing activities in a low-stress environment, while strengthening academic/functional content: conceptual learning and intensive practice toward skill advancement, meeting NY State special education standards.

How do I get to camp?

NYS Thruway (I-87) to Exit 18 New Paltz (mile marker 76). Turn LEFT at traffic light after exiting tollbooth onto Route 299 West. At first light, turn RIGHT onto N. Putt Corners Road, go 1 mile. Turn LEFT onto Shivertown Road, go I mile. Turn RIGHT onto Route 32 north, go 4-5 miles. After second bridge, in town of Rosendale, turn LEFT onto Route 213 (Stewarts shop on left), and go 3 miles, pass first Bruceville Road entrance. Enter town of High Falls and take RIGHT onto Bruceville Road (Egg’s Nest Restaurant on right). Camp will be on your right. If you turn at first Bruceville Road entrance, camp will be on the left.

Can I have some references?

Yes, we are happy to provide references after we have a chance to meet your child for an interview and assess whom to refer you to.

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Where are campers from?

Campers come from all over the country and the world.

What are your safety practices?

We consider safety our number one priority. A full list of our comprehensive safety practices can be found here.

What level of supervision will my child receive?

Your child will be supervised as outlined in our program manual by our qualified and caring staff. The level of supervision our students receive is in direct correlation to the level of severity of their behavioral issues and as required by applicable laws and regulations.

What are the qualifications of the staff caring for my child?

Staff biographies can be found here. In addition, we conduct background checks on all employees prior to hiring to ensure that we hire quality individuals and in compliance with all state regulations. At least one staff member who is First Aid and CPR certified will be available to your child at all times. Our staff also receives ongoing training to enhance our quality of care.

What happens if there is an emergency?

We have established best practices and risk management procedures which include emergency preparedness training and response. Should there be an emergency situation, such as a natural disaster, you will be notified by someone within our organization with as much detail as possible, as soon as possible. Your child’s safety is our number one priority, and we will do everything it takes to keep our students out of harm’s way.

May I speak with another parent who sent their child to your program?

Of course! We appreciate the fact that you are doing your due diligence when it comes to selecting the right program for your child and, as such, will provide you with a list of references.

 

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