A 50% non-refundable deposit is required at the time of registration to hold your player’s summer camp spot for camps above $395. All remaining payments are due June 1st. Camps under $395, Skills Sessions, Clinics, and Mini Camps are due in full at the time of registration.
All programs are refundable within seven (7) days of registration unless otherwise noted during registration. A price adjustment may be given if promotional offer is extended within 7 days of registration. A credit towards a future camp will be issued for players who cannot attend due to injury. A doctor’s note may be required for sickness and/or injuries. Refunds or credits will not be issued for campers expelled, not showing up to camp or leaving on their own will. Payments made via bank account will be refunded via check, minus processing fees. Credit card payments will be refunded to the card used, including fees. All refunds are subject to a $25 processing fee.
In recognition of the global pandemic, Covid-19, should there be a government shutdown all registrations will be given the option for 100% credit to a future in season camp of customers choice. If a future, in season camp is not found suitable customer will have the option to retain full credit to any camp the following year plus a 25% refund or receive a 100% refund of total price paid.
Our 100% Money-Back Guarantee only applies after the first day if the player is not satisfied.
DISCOUNTS & OFFERS
Black Friday, Cyber Monday, & Holiday Offers are only available on the specified dates and can not be redeemed at a later date. Offers cannot be combined. If a camp you registered for is discounted within seven (7) days of your registration, you can request to have the discount applied. Offers issued outside this seven (7) day window cannot be applied. Discount codes and/or special offers may end with or without notice.
CAMP HEALTH CARE POLICY
105 CMR 430.159 (B)
Our Health policy promotes preventative health care. This policy, with staff and parent cooperation, can minimize the spread of illness among the children.
In the event that your child is given medication at home that he is not required to be given at camp, it is helpful for the counselor’s to know. Often children may have reactions to medication, which alter their behavior and routine.
Prior to entering camp parents must provide a medical form with the child’s immunizations. Exams must be renewed annually.
Parents are responsible for informing the camp director in writing of any allergies that their child might have, even if it does not seem applicable in this environment.
Please keep the director informed of any changes in your child’s medical condition.
Care of Mildly Ill Campers:
Child will be brought to a separate area. If residential camp, child may be brought to a previously designated single room used solely for such purpose so that the child may receive adequate rest.
Parents will be notified to pick up the child
Basic first aid will be administered to keep the child comfortable until the parent arrives
A counselor will stay with the child at all times
Child will be kept away from cold rink
Summer Camp Waivers
Any player attending a Summer Camp, whether it be half-day, full-day, or boarding, must complete the Summer Camp Waivers. Players will not be allowed on the ice unless waivers and consent forms have been completed.
Please review the following documents prior to your player attending camp.
All Massachusetts camps must comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Dept. of Public Health and be licensed by the local Board of Health. A complete copy of the policy can be furnished to parents upon request.