Kids need camp more than ever
Please know that we are here for our families. You can reach us via email and phone as normal. Our chat box is staffed throughout the day. In fact, the person answering the chat box is a credentialed teacher so send her those tough schoolwork-at-home questions.
The best way to get updates from Kennolyn is to join us on social media: Facebook, Instagram. We are posting fun content there for our campers and will put any major announcements on those platforms too. Check out the video from our first virtual campfire here.
We are camp people. Eternally optimistic, resourceful beyond measure, and determined to help kids. We are used to re-imagining what tomorrow might look like, and that’s what we are doing. We are working on a wide variety of contingency plans, and if there is any way camp can operate, we’ll be ready. As of now, all camps are still scheduled for their original dates and locations and we can’t wait to share our 75th summer with you.
Updated policies for cancellations
We do ask you to give us time to work through all the ramifications of operating a summer camp in this challenging time. We will do the right thing, we promise. Our next major cancellation deadline is May 1st. By then, we will know more and be able to make informed decisions. On April 25th we will announce any updated policies for cancellations. Until then, our standard cancellation policy is in place.
This might be all you really want to know right now but our special FAQ page has a lot more information if you need it.