2022 Terms & Conditions
Rules and Regulations
The camper (Camper) and parent(s) (Parent) agree to abide by the Robin Hood Code of Conduct as established by Camp Robin Hood (Camp) including, without limitation, those relating to enrollment and withdrawal of campers and visitation.
Robin Hood Code of Conduct
The goal of Camp's administration is to provide each and every Camper with an extraordinary experience. To that end, we remind you of the expectations regarding behavior and decorum and ask that you carefully review these with your Camper prior to his/her arrival. At Camp, we pride ourselves on being inclusive of children and staff from many countries, cultures and walks of life. We try very hard to assure that children are not excluded by their peers, poked fun at for their abilities, or bullied in any way. Please remind your camper that he/she should arrive at camp with the intentions of being friendly with everyone in the group, participating in activities, exhibiting good manners, and having positive interactions with campers and staff.
If we find that a Camper is not able to abide by the behavioral regulations, immediate action will be taken by the counselor in charge. This action will be gentle and corrective in nature, with the intention of helping the camper understand the choice he/she made. If the initial corrective action does not prove to be effective, further action will be taken by the administration and may include conversation with an administrator, time spent away from activities or removal of the opportunity to participate in a group privilege. We have every confidence that each camper will put forth his or her best effort, although we do reserve the right to expel any camper that finds himself/herself unable to abide by Camp's Code of Conduct. This is in the best interest of our entire Robin Hood family.
Dismissal of Camper
Camp reserves the right to dismiss, in its sole discretion, any Camper whose condition, conduct, influence or behavior is deemed unsatisfactory or detrimental to the best interests of Camp or his/her fellow campers, or who violates camp rules and regulations, in which case no refunds will be made.
Late Arrival/Early Departure
No allowance or reduction in tuition will be made for late arrival or early departure of Camper without the Director's consent prior to the commencement of the camp season.
If tuition or fees are not paid in full for Camper, Parent will be liable for all costs of collection, including attorney's fees.
No refunds of deposits, tuition or fees will be made after February 1, 2022.
In order to protect Camp for future generations, as a result of binding commitments that the Camp must enter into in order to conduct camp with appropriate levels of staff and medical personnel and the cost of readying the Camp to open, no refunds will be given in the event of an Act of God, War, Terrorism, Civil Unrest, Pandemic, other matters beyond the control of the Camp, or any other non-personal situation that, in the Camp's sole judgment, could lead to significant cancellations that would have a negative financial impact on the future of Camp.
The cost of Covid-19 testing at camp and medical care provided by Camp nurse and doctor is included in the tuition. Parent grants Camp permission to utilize medical treatment (including dental and orthodonture) by providers situated outside of Camp should the Camp Director(s) deem such treatment necessary for Camper's well being. Should it be necessary for the well being of the Camper to use such outside medical care providers, all expenses incurred will be paid by using Parent credit card on file at time such expenses are incurred. Medical personnel, or a camp director, will attempt to contact a Parent before outside medical treatment is utilized.
PackMyRX is the required source for all medications dispensed to campers. – If your camper arrives at camp with medication NOT cleared through PackMyRX you will be charged a $250 stocking fee.
Permission to Participate
Parent grants Camper permission to participate in all Camp activities, including but not limited to, excursions and special outings, and understands that accidents and injuries may occur in the natural course of participation in such activities, and agrees to hold harmless the Camp. However, horseback riding is approved under separate cover.
Horseback Riding Terms, Waiver & Release
If Parent elects for Camper to participate in the optional Horseback Riding Program, Parent agrees to the following terms: the specified camper has permission to enroll in Camp's Horseback Riding Program. Parent understands that for safety reasons, NO Camper will be permitted to ride without an ASTM-SEI approved horseback riding helmet. Camp also requires boots or shoes with heels for riding. If a helmet and/or shoes are not provided by Parent, they will be purchased for the Camper and billed to Parent. By agreeing to this Waiver, Parent understands that they are giving up (waiving and releasing) any right Parent or Camper may have to sue or make claim that they might have or that might subsequently arise or occur against Camp, its owners, employees and agents, for any injuries Camper might sustain while horseback riding or participating in any equine activity.
Permission is hereby given for Camp to use in promoting Camp and in other ventures directly relating to the Camp (i) digital, photographic, video and audio images or likenesses of Camper; and (ii) statements, articles, names, music, art, photographs, audio recordings, films and videos created by Camper or originating from Camp or from a Camp-related activity.
Camp is responsible for cash and valuables including passports and tickets that have been brought to the camp office. There is no need for Campers to have money in their possession at any time. Camp recommends that no valuable items such as jewelry, expensive cameras, electronics, etc. be brought to Camp, however if campers do bring these items and store them in their cabins, they do so at their own risk. Camp is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
To insure the happiness of Campers, Camp has a No Phone Policy, with the following exception: If they or a parent has a birthday that falls during the session. Parent may arrange with the front office for a time to speak with Camper. No calls will be permitted during group activities or after lights out. All phone calls will be kept to a strict time limit of 10 minutes. - The Director and other members of the administration are always available by phone and by email.
Cell phones are prohibited at Camp. Therefore, if a Camper is traveling with a cell phone, it will be turned into the office for storage in our office safe until their session concludes.
All electronics other than iPod Shuffles (music playing only device) are prohibited at camp.
Clothing and Equipment
Camp requires few camp-specific articles of clothing. Camp's Packing List should be closely followed. Camp is not responsible for clothing sent to the laundry service, luggage lost in shipment to and from Camp, or clothing, belongings and equipment lost in camp or on trips. It is not recommended to send expensive clothing or items to Camp. All clothing and personal items must be labeled with Camper's name. There is no dry-cleaning service so all clothing should be wash and wear.
As members of the American Camping Association, we do not permit tipping. Camp Robin Hood counselors understand this standard and agree to adhere to it in their contracts.
All claims or disputes asserted by Camper or Parent against the Camp and arising from or related to this Agreement shall be brought and maintained in the courts of the State of New Hampshire (Carroll County), and Parent expressly submits to the jurisdiction of such courts. The substantive law of the State of New Hampshire will govern such disputes without regard to conflict of law rules. Any individual bringing legal action against Camp, which action is decided in favor of Camp, will be responsible for all legal fees, court costs and out-of-pocket expenses of Camp, its owners and employees.