Behavior Rules

Our goal is to provide a non-competitive, wilderness adventure program for boys and girls ages 7-17 where they can have fun, make friends, and build self-confidence by conquering challenges and developing new skills, all while developing an appreciation of nature.

Behavior Guidelines: All campers are expected to follow the behavior guidelines and act appropriately in a group setting. Please read and review the guidelines and rules with your campers. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated and will help us to provide a safe, fun, and respectful environment for all campers and staff.

  • Campers are expected to participate in camp activities, follow the directions of the camp staff and stay with their camp group at all times.
  • Campers are responsible for their actions.
  • Campers must be respectful, honest, and considerate of all campers, staff, volunteers, and guests.
  • Campers must be respectful of Children’s Harbor property.
  • Campers are required to wear their Camp Conquest name tag at all times.

Reasons for the Rules: SAFETY is our chief concern. If a camper repeatedly disrupts the program or is repeatedly disrespectful to campers and/or staff, even after warnings, it detracts from the enjoyment of camp and interferes with our ability to run our program. If a camper disobeys the rules, the staff will take the following steps:

  1. The staff will redirect the camper to a more appropriate behavior.
  2. If the behavior persists, a parent will be notified and corrective action is taken.

The following behaviors will not be tolerated and you will be asked to come get your camper:

  1. Endangering the health and safety of other campers, staff, volunteers, and guest.
  2. Stealing or damaging camp property, or property of other campers, staff, volunteers, and/or guest. You will be called immediately to come pick up your camper and they will not be invited to Camp Conquest again. If you are unable to pick up your child, they will be placed away from other campers with Camp Conquest security until you arrive.
  3. Continual disruption of camp programs.
  4. Frequent use of profanity, vulgarity, obscenity, or acting in a lewd manner.
  5. Teasing or making other campers, staff, volunteers, and/or guest feel uncomfortable in any way.
  6. Use of alcohol, cigarettes, illegal substances, or prescription drugs that are not prescribed for your child.

​After carefully reading the rules, parent and child must sign the behavior guidelines form in the registration packet. He/she will not be permitted to participate in camp if both parent and child do not sign the form. ​