What should my child bring?
Weather at high altitude can be unpredictable. Please make sure your child wears sunscreen, and a hat is recommended to protect from UV rays. Appropriate attire includes lightweight layering like a jacket or sweatshirt, and sturdy, close-toed shoes suitable for climbing and play. We also advise a large water-bottle and a small pack to hold extra layers and personal items.
What do you serve for snacks and lunches?
Provided snack items and lunch menu coming soon.
Please pack any specific snack food items your children prefer. If your all-day camper has specific dietary restrictions, please pack a lunch that meets their needs.
What activities will my child be doing?
Campers will be able to use the climbing wall, junior zip line, bungee trampolines, and ropes course, as well as lawn games, a gondola ride, and a hike along the top of Mammoth Mountain. All activities subject to change based on weather and conditions.
How many campers will be assigned to each counselor?
We have a max camper to counselor ratio of 5:1.
What if I want my child to stay longer than the morning half-day session I booked?
Please call the Adventure Center at 760.934.0706 to check availability and reserve space in the afternoon session. You may pay the balance at pickup.
What happens if I am late to pickup my child?
Please call the Adventure Center at 760.934.0706 to advise us of a late pickup as soon as possible.
Who can pick up my child?
During check-in, please designate adults over 18 who you authorize to pick up your child. Photo ID will be required upon pick up.
What happens to my child in the event of an emergency?
If a child has a medical or dental emergency, they will be assessed by certified summer patrol staff and transported to Mammoth Hospital when necessary. Every attempt will be made to contact the parents immediately.