Most camp families are on a monthly payment plan that processes the first of each month with the last payment on May 1. You may also pay for camp in full at the time of registration if you prefer.
Yes. Pine Cove offers partial tuition assistance through the scholarship program to prospective campers with financial, spiritual, and emotional need. Learn more at pinecove.com
No, Pine Cove is a pet-free environment.
Some extra money will come in handy for golf, Coffee Shop, gift shop, etc.
Yes. Towels will be changed Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
There will be an opportunity to sign up for specific activities once you arrive at camp.
Chimney Point has a health assistant on staff for minor bumps and bruises. Nearby Seneca has a hospital.
There is an Ingles in Westminster and a Wal-Mart in Seneca.
Yes, in some cases depending on the special needs of the child and our staffing capability in a given week of camp. When you call to register please let our registration staff know the specifics of your child’s special needs.
Yes, in fact, it is heartily encouraged to rock out whenever you’re hit by the urge. We do, however, ask that you consider other campers.