Health & Safety
In accordance with guidance from the CDC, San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency, California Department of Public Health, and the American Camping Association
Activities are subject to change. You can reach us at [email protected] or 619-291-8985 if you have any questions or concerns.
Health and Safety
Camp Fire San Diego – Camp CaHiTo continues to follow guidance from federal, state, and local authorities, and the American Camp Association, as well the guidance from public health departments at the State and County levels to keep our campers and staff populations safe and healthy. The safety and health of all of our campers and staff is always the highest priority. We have always taken great care to develop and maintain medical practices to address a variety of communicable diseases, both common and rare.
We will continually be updating our policy as additional COVID-19 guidance is provided. Camp Cancellations will be made in accordance with guidelines from public health authorities, coupled with other considerations. We will be following all directives to reduce exposure at Camp and continue to update you if the public health department decides on: quarantines, Camp closures, and exclusion policies.
Our day camp operations will meet or exceed the required standards set forth by local and national experts to ensure a safe experience, including:
- Parents must walk their child(ren) to the front of the Camp for check-in each day.
- Low staff-to-camper ratios based on the age range of campers:
- 5-13 Years Old: 2 staff to 16 campers
- 4-5 Years Old (Little Stars): 2 staff to 12 campers
- Camp groups will retain the same assigned staff all week.
- Frequent handwashing and enhanced sanitation practices.
- Staff will sanitize supplies and facilities throughout the day.
- Camp activities will follow social distancing guidelines.
- Camp groups will have limited to zero interaction with other groups, following social distancing guidelines.