Camp Cullen Parent Resources
Adventure, exploration, and amazing learning opportunities await your child at YMCA Camp Cullen! Here, you’ll get all the information you need to know about our summer overnight camp.
Campers come to YMCA Camp Cullen from all backgrounds and at all stages of development. Our staff are intentional about ensuring the success of each child during their stay at camp. Whether this is your child’s first time away from home, or they are a seasoned veteran of overnight camping, trained Camp staff are here to provide an exceptional experience and help your child grow to be their best version of themselves. Campers will enjoy a week full of safe, fun activities while building new and lasting friendships.
Every child is unique, as are the concerns of each parent. You’ll find a host of resources on this page to help you and your child prepare for their epic camp adventure. You will learn what to pack, how you can send a letter and packages to your child while at camp, and even outfit them in their favorite Camp Cullen gear from our store. Take time to explore and feel free to contact us if you have additional questions.
We know that for many families the cost of attending summer camp can be a financial challenge. We are here to help. Visit our Payment Plans & Financial Assistance page for more information.
The safety and well-being of your children is our top priority. We have taken the following steps to ensure that we keep children safe:
Child Abuse Prevention Standards
We look forward to providing your children with an exciting summer filled with adventure and memorable experiences. This parent handbook will assist you in sending your child to camp. All packing lists and sample menus may potentially be adjusted as we get closer to camp.
Waivers & Forms
Prior to your child’s visit to camp you will receive an email from Camp Doc. This is where you can request a friend, sign waivers, and share medical information.
All forms must be filled out and signed by the parent or guardian. For summer campers, please sign the forms at least 3 weeks prior to the start of the summer camp session your child is attending.
Take a sneak peek into your child’s daily camp adventures by visiting our Camper Photos page. Catch a glimpse of your child’s camp experience and the stories they’ll be excited to tell you at the end of the week!
Parents, grandparents, and friends can send an email to your camper or you are welcome to drop off mail and small care packages upon check-in day. This is a fun way for campers to stay connected to home.