Camp Augusta COVID-19 Information

Please review the below FAQs for specific answers to many of your questions

Camp Augusta wishes to provide information regarding Summer 2023 and our COVID-19 plans, policies and protocols. This page will be updated as important new information becomes available. Though things have changed dramatically since the onset of Covid and since we successfully ran summer camp for the past two summers, we will continue to have Covid Health and Safety protocols for the upcoming summer. 

While we recognize that Covid, currently, doesn’t have the restrictions or implications it did earlier in the pandemic, there are still considerable risks of Covid, including to 1st and 2nd degree connections.  Additionally, a Covid outbreak amongst the staff could limit, cripple, or make the running of Camp Augusta programs, including family camp or summer camp programs impossible. All of these programs are the financial bedrock of our ability to survive, and hopefully thrive.

Please note: All of Camp Augusta’s COVID protocols are subject to change with consideration of County, State, Federal or CDC guidelines and along with the recommendations of our consulted community of MD’s, epidemiologists and medical experts.

Currently, we are requiring that all summer and family campers be *FULLY vaccinated.

*Fully vaccinated means a person has received their primary series of Covid-19 vaccines.
(Up to date means a person has received all recommended Covid-19 vaccines, including any booster dose(s) when eligible.)



There Is No Refund for A Positive COVID Test Result. Please Take Every Precaution 10 Days Before Your Session Begins.

Updated 6/7/2023

Camp Augusta is continuing to require vaccinations for all summer campers, family campers and staff for the 2023 season based on the recommendations of our Covid consultation team consisting of MDs, Epidemiologists and other medical experts. 

Additionally, we want to highlight that Augusta will ONLY be requiring masks in indoor spaces until testing is completed on the day of arrival. Upon completion of initial testing, masks will no longer be required for the duration of the session/weekend.

Please note: masking and testing guidelines are subject to change at any time and Camp Augusta reserves the right to mandate testing and masking protocols as seen fit by leadership staff.

All policies are subject to change.

Trip Insurance

If you are interested in purchasing an insurance plan for your camper’s tuition, we are strongly encouraging families to look into a Cancel for Any Reason plan this year. To help you narrow down your options, we have created a list of trip insurance resources that includes a handful of tuition insurance companies. Though this list is not exhaustive, we have done a fair bit of research ourselves and we wanted to share. Please note, if you are purchasing a plan you will want to do so within 20 days of your first camp  payment/deposit* in order to receive the Cancel for Any Reason coverage.

*See individual plans for the specific time window

Camp Augusta is especially well suited for many of the current recommendations. All activities take place outdoors, meals are served outside, all cabins are open air and cabin groups can form their own pods at camp. We are committed to running a quality program that creates space for campers to connect socially and re-engage in community.

These FAQs are a current look into what Augusta is planning for 2023 regarding our health and safety processes. A lot can happen in the coming months and, as the situation develops, Augusta’s plan will be developing with it.

…A work in progress and subject to change…

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