At Blue Star we take a very personal approach in our relationship with each camper and family. We know choosing the right camp is a big decision and gathering information is an important part of the process. It is our goal to answer all your questions and help you make the best choice for your child. We encourage you to call or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns you may have.
In the meantime, here are answers to several frequently asked questions parents have about Blue Star.
Each day ends with an awesome evening program such as an ice-cream pool party, paint tag,or a scavenger hunt. No two evening programs are alike, so campers can expect to do something different every night of the week!
Yes! There is at least one special day per week at Blue Star. Special days may include camp-wide events such as a carnival with booths, rides, cotton-candy, and a dunk tank. We will also have Color War and Maccabiah (one in each session), which are camp-wide competition days. We have a talent show, Zimriah (songfest), camp spirit day, and lots more exciting events planned each summer!
Each camp also has day trips where campers will visit a nearby attraction or have their “overnight” campout at camp.
Blue Star’s food is delicious and nutritious! We make sure to keep kids in mind when planning our summer menu, so there are always options and choices available at each meal. Breakfasts will include a hot entrée, fresh fruit, a cereal bar, yogurt and more. Lunches and dinners will also have a hot entrée along with a salad bar, pasta bar, and sandwich bar so every camper can find something they like at every meal.
Snacks are served in between each meal, and campers can enjoy juice and cookies before lights out each night.
Other than mailing your camper, there are many ways that you can be “in the know” with what’s going on camp. Your CampInTouch account will provide access to pictures uploaded frequently by our camp photographers and a newsfeed about the camp day. You will also receive weekly emails with an update on activities for your camper’s age group and a weekly video to recap the previous week at camp. Parents of first time campers will receive a report on their camper after the first week of camp. As always, we welcome your phone calls to answer any questions you may have! Our camp office is open from 8:30am until 9pm.
You can also be in touch with our Business Office, Health Center, and Transportation Directors by using our contact page.