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2024 Summer Camp Forms

Health Forms must be received no later than Noon the Wednesday prior to your child's camp start date. According to Connecticut State law, campers may not attend camp without all necessary health forms completed in full. 

*Submit your child’s most recent health record. The date of last physical exam recorded on your child’s health forms and immunization records can date as far back as 36 months prior to their date of arrival at camp. If there have been any major changes in their health since their last physical (new allergies, asthma, other conditions), please let us know.  

Thank you for understanding that we cannot receive forms the week of camp. Ample time is needed to review forms to ensure all documents have been completed in full and that no further information is needed. Please be sure all fields have been completed by parent/guardian and physician accordingly.


Contact your Doctor’s office as soon as possible to initiate forms. Doctors’ offices become inundated with camp form requests in the months leading up to camp. Typical wait times during spring and summer are over one month with fees. Some Doctor’s offer their patients a discounted fee or will waive fees if you request your camp forms early (check with your Doctor’s office to see if this is offered).

Your child's State of Connecticut Department of Education Health Assessment Record can be submitted in place of the Youth Camp Health Assessment Exam/Record.


Submitting forms: 
The best and preferred way to submit completed forms is to upload them to your child's profile in our Summer Camp registration system. Log into your account in our registration system here. In your child's profile select My Forms, then Complete A New Form, then Upload Document. 

Alternatively, you may also...

*Mail forms to 56 Deer Run Road, Wilton, CT 06897 (*only if they will arrive in time for your deadline).

*Fax documents to (203) 834-0062

If you have any questions, please contact us at (203) 762-7280.

Required Forms

For all campers:

Health Form (a State of CT Dept. of Education Health Assessment Record can be submitted in place of this form*).

*During online registration you will be asked to agree to our Activity/COVID Waiver. To preview the language, click here

If your child requires additional care at camp, further documents  are required:


Select from below accordingly for information specific to your child's need, special instructions, and blank documents.

Campers with Diabetes

Campers with Allergies, Asthma or Other Medications  - including allergies or asthma that require epipens, antihistamines, inhalers or other medications while attending camp

Campers with Special Needs  -  physical, developmental, sensory, behavioral, emotional, ADHD, ASD.

Additional information and documents:

Happy Camper Checklist (aka What to Bring!)

Ticks, Mosquitoes and Poison Ivy at Camp - State of CT and Woodcock specific information for parents of campers. 

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