Program Dates: May 21st – 22nd, 2022

Ages: 5 – 10

Applications now closed for 2022.

See you next year!

  • Individuals 5 years of age or older who are receiving Pfizer BioNTech: April 15th, 2022

  • Individuals 18 years of age or older who are receiving Moderna: April 8th, 2022

  • Individuals 18 years of age or older receiving Johnson and Johnson: May 6th, 2022

All participants attending in-person programs who are 5 years and older will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19,  and up to date as defined by the CDC.

  • Pre-camp health screening for campers, volunteers, and COS staff (self-monitoring for COVID-19-related symptoms and temperature tracking) and screening on arrival to camp.
  • COVID-19 testing (nasal swab) for all participants on arrival to camp.
  • Cohorting during camp (campers, counselors & medical staff live, play, and eat within a small group of individuals)
  • Masks will be worn when indoors except when eating. Masks will not be worn outdoors but physical distancing will be maintained.
  • All camp activities will be held on campus. Large group activities where everyone comes together will not be held this year.
  • Meal times will be modified to avoid large gatherings of individuals. Meals will be served outdoors whenever possible.

Program details coming soon!

What are our campers and families saying about our virtual programs?

I really enjoyed Bunk Time every night. It was fun to play games together like Codenames, Kahoot and Ty’s Drawful 2.
My favorite moment in camp was the whole camp! But if I had to pick… the chopped activity, the bunk times, and the mad scientist show.
I really loved laughing during every zoom call with EXCEL people! I especially loved playing virtual Telestrations!
It was cool to meet a lot of new people and see old faces while learning about rafting, which is something I’ve never tried before!
We really didn’t know what to expect going into this, and we’re just blown away at all the thought, love and care that went into planning it. Very well executed and the love from the counselors was felt through the computer screen! Way to rock it out Camp One Step!!
My camper benefited from the camaraderie of the group and connecting with friends and counselors from past years. Continuing the bond these kids have built and the fun/entertainment it brought them similar to years past.
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