In fact, camps have already begun planning for how best to host campers next summer in such a manner that protects their health and safety while preventing and mitigates the spread of COVID-19 at camp.
Kids need camp now more than ever. You know that, we know that, and every camp director knows it, too. Accordingly, as part of your camp selection process in the coming year, be sure to ask the Camp Director to explain his or her health and safety strategies to operate camp in the midst of COVID-19.
By following public health guidelines outlined by the CDC and state and local authorities, we expect camps to make the proper adjustments including capacity limits, distancing requirements and enhanced hygiene protocols, among others, for the purposes of implementing safe and engaging summer camp programs, activities and experiences in 2021.
If you live in Thousand Oaks, Westlake Village, or anywhere in the Conejo Valley and you're looking for a day camp, sleepaway camp, specialty camp, or any other kind of summer camp for your kids this year, you'll find as many programs as you can handle at the Conjeo Valley Summer Camp Fair this April.
Designed specifically for Conejo Valley families who have camp and school-age kids, the Camp Fair takes place at the Lakeside Pavilion at Conejo Creek North Park in Thousand Oaks.
This is an outdoor event with all COVID-19 CDC health and safety guidelines in place. Can't wait to see you at the Conejo Valley Camp Fair. Get your free tickets today!
While the uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic makes advance planning difficult, we are pleased to say we're on track for many safe, fun and informative Camp Fair events in Spring 2021.
Though we have not determined the specific dates of each event, we currently have Camp Fair events planned for March, April and May in:
Our team is diligently working with state and local officials to develop safety protocols in line with industry-best standards to ensure your health and safety at the Camp Fairs. We will announce specific dates of each event by February, 2021. Meanwhile, if circumstances surrounding the coronavirus have not improved significantly by March, we may need to reschedule the planned events. We will notify you immediately of any changes. Meanwhile, we encourage you to visit our new Virtual Camp Fair website where you can find a camp safely and comfortably from your own home.
We are looking forward to seeing you at the L.A. Camp Fairs this Spring!
Blog posts by Cora Carter of L.A. Summer Camps.com