Welcome, Copper Cannon parents and guardians! We hope you find this section of the website to be informative on everything you need to know about your child attending camp with us! Click on the titles below to find the information you need.
This page describes the eligibility requirements for youth to qualify for our programs. Copper Cannon Camp uses the USDA income guidelines for free and reduced lunch.
This is the page you go to get your child all signed up for camp. It includes various forms and registration such as camper applications and parent handbooks. It also includes details about which programs are being offered on which dates for the upcoming summer.
We know that as a parent, the health and safety of your child is the top priority in your mind when sending them to summer camp. You can rest assured that it is our top priority as well. Copper Cannon is accredited by the American Camping Association and has a host of programs, procedures and mindsets that make sure your child has the time of their lives while also staying safe.
One of the most useful links on the entire site. Here you will find all of the information you need to know in the form of frequently-asked questions. If you are thinking about sending your child to Copper Cannon this summer, please visit this section to see the answers to all of the questions parents have.
Either parents and guardians or else the camper’s referral agent (such as the Elks club or school) is responsible for transportation to and from camp. Drop off time on Sunday is between 2 and 4 p.m. Pick up time on Saturday morning is 9:30 a.m. Make sure to check out the directions page because your GPS may not bring you to camp!
Copper Cannon Camp is pleased to announce that we will be opening for Summer 2021! While camp will look quite different, we are committed to serving our campers and families this year. In this section are extensive written answers to many of the questions we know you will have. This information will be continuously updated in the months leading up to camp. We appreciate your patience and cooperation in making sure our campers have a fun, safe summer.