HEALTH AND SAFETY
WE HOLD THE WELL-BEING AND SAFETY OF OUR CAMPERS IN THE HIGHEST PRIORITY
Infrastructure & Support Services
EQUIPPED, ON-SITE MEDICAL ROOM
We have an on-site medical room dedicated to routinely checking for any signs of illness, and we are prepared to handle any possible need for response if a camper or staff member’s health becomes symptomatic.
- LICENSED MEDICAL DIRECTOR & TEAM
We have an on-call medical director (MD & FAEMS) and medical team available to campers and staff 24x7.
CPR & FIRST AID TRAINED STAFF
All of our full-time ROYAL staff on Camp grounds are certified in CPR and First Aid.
QUICK-ACCESS HOSPITALS & CLINICS
The Plateau Medical Center & Emergency Room are 10 minutes from Camp.
SPACIOUS LIVING QUARTERS (*only applies to overnight camp)
In an effort to offer the best and most sanitary experience possible, our campers’ bunks are well spaced, and each dorm is equipped with access to hand sanitizer at all times.
Our dorms and bathrooms are cleaned with disinfectant wipes and spray daily. We sanitize cabins before and after each week of camp so your child will enjoy a clean sleeping environment! Bathrooms are cleaned twice a day to ensure the healthiest environment. We also run a cleanliness cabin award daily with a prize at the end of the week for the winners which help ensure clean cabins, and that they get checked daily by staff to ensure cleanliness! Our mattresses have secure covers on them to help prevent bed bugs.
Clean hands are our first line of defense against the spread of germs. As such, we encourage good hygiene for all campers. All staff and campers to wash their hands before every meal. Additionally, hand sanitizer stations are available in the cafeteria.
CLEANED BEFORE AND AFTER EVERY MEAL
Our staff take strict measures to ensure that our campers are in a healthy and safe environment during meals. All chairs and tables are disinfected before and after every meal. We will follow the most up-to-date CDC guidelines for food safety and serving.
All food and beverages are handled and served by staff only. Staff in charge of serving food or beverages wear gloves and hairnets at all times.
What Happens if My Camper Gets Sick During their Camp Week or After School Session?
INTENSIVE HEALTH AND WELLNESS ORIENTATION DURING STAFF TRAINING
Our staff has been taught how to recognize signs and symptoms of communicable disease and other common illnesses. When appropriate, campers will be forwarded to a Health Center for follow up with a medical professional.