camper wellness

health & dietary needs

- first aid & medicine -

Health Needs

A Registered Nurse or Health Assistant is on site to address the health and safety concerns of each camper and to dispense all medications.

Please note: Only prescription and essential non-prescription medications can be accepted and must be in original containers. Original prescription must accompany all medications (including inhalers).

The following over-the-counter medications are available through the health assistant at camp and there is no need to bring the the following medications to camp:
      • Aloe, Antibiotic Ointment, Benadryl, Calydryl/Benadryl Cream, Chlortrimeton, Cough Drops, Ibuprofen, Hydrocortison Cream, Immodium, Maalox Plus, Pepto Jr., Robitussin, Sudafed PE substitute, Tylenol, Topical Anesthetic, Tums, Throat Lozenge/Vitamin C Drops
Medications must be checked in with the camp medical personnel at the check-in table on opening day.  All medications require:
      • Original container (no baggies, plastic containers, pill boxes, etc.).
      • Specific written instructions including name, amount, time, and reason for dispensing.
      • Parent’s signature authorizing administration by camp personnel.
      • Correct label including right name, time, and dosage for prescription medications.

PLEASE NOTE: Campers’ individual family insurance policy applies first for any medical needs. If necessary, Trout Creek carries an accident policy that provides secondary coverage.

– camp kitchen –

Dietary Needs

We offer a wide variety of food for every age group and our guests and campers have raved about how good it tastes! Our camp kitchen and cooks are able to work with campers who have dietary needs*. If camper will need to be restricted from any foods while at camp, please contact the Food Service Director prior to the camper session to confirm dietary needs and receive a list of available food substitutions.

*A $20 surcharge will be assessed to meet special dietary requirements, not including peanut and/or nut allergy.

I loved the amazing nurses I worked with. I loved being able to show Gods love to campers when they were hurting. Sometimes it was just giving an otter-pop to a camper with an upset tummy, cleaning out a scraped knee, or even sitting and coloring with them while they where homesick.

Karissa "Tinkerbell"Program ('12-'14), Counselor ('15), Nurse ('18)

My son is one of the pickiest eaters I know. Truthfully I was afraid that I was going to get a call that he wasn’t eating & that I had to pick him up because he was on a hunger strike. Instead, he came home with several new favorite foods that I could never get him to try before. I am so thankful!!!! You will not regret sending your child for this amazing week of fun, friends & adventure!

TriciaCamper Parent

My 10 year old daughter went this summer and just came home. She was a SUPER picky eater and she tried so many new foods I am so proud of her. She wants to go again next summer multiple times.

CamiCamper Parent
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