Iroquois Springs will host its visiting day on Saturday, July 8, 2017. Parents may visit their children from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on this date. Parents will not be admitted on the grounds prior to this time nor can children leave the campus. There will be a full barbeque and program for the campers and their guests. Please respect our policy – NO PETS ALLOWED.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION AND GUIDELINES
Iroquois Springs is a community of over 500 people. Our responsibility to you requires that we maintain a high standard of safety, health and community living practices. These are some important rules and requirements in our community, which are important to be noted:
- No camper is permitted to leave campgrounds except as a part of a supervised camp activity and authorized by the camp administration.
- Campers are not permitted to smoke at camp. Smoking will result in immediate dismissal.
- Drugs and Alcoholic Beverages: Marijuana, tobacco or tobacco products, narcotics, and hallucinatory drugs, including stimulants, depressants and alcohol are forbidden to anyone at Iroquois Springs. Possession or use of these substances will result in automatic dismissal with no tuition refund. No “second chance” is afforded.
- Life at camp is in many ways more active and fuller than one’s normal routine at home. Therefore, each division, depending on the age of the campers and the evening activity, has a set curfew.
- No firecrackers, army knives, jack knives, firearms, cigarette lighters, martial arts equipment, etc. are permitted in camp. Possession of these items will result in automatic dismissal from camp with no tuition refund.
- Camp upkeep: Iroquois Springs is a beautiful place that all who use the facility are jointly responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of the camp grounds;
- Clean up: All campers in a bunk, along with the bunk counselors, are responsible for the cleanliness and general safety conditions of the cabin. In addition, everyone participates, at scheduled times, in a general clean up of the camp.
- Camp property: Anyone damaging or defacing camp property is liable for such damage, and will be charged accordingly.