Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What do they need to bring with them to camp each day?
A: Equine Camps - Horse and tack are provided, but campers are expected to have appropriate dress for riding. Hard soled shoes, boots with heels 1 inch or less are preferred. No flip flops or, sandals or open toed shoes. Long pants are required for riding. Campers may bring shorts to change into for other activities if desired. Sunscreen is recommended. We suggest that campers arrive each day with sunscreen and already applied and have extra with them to apply throughout the day. Lotion not aerosol sprays are suggested. If a camper brings sunscreen to camp, a permission form must be completed by a parent before it can be applied. No dangling jewelry (necklaces, chains, hoop earrings) will be permitted when handling and riding horses, so please leave it at home! Riding helmets will be available and are required while mounted. Hats are recommended as activities will take place both outdoors and indoors.

Campers participating in Advanced Horsemanship are also asked to bring a notebook and pens. Advanced Horsemanship campers have the opportunity to bring their own horse to camp for an additional fee. Information regarding horse boarding will be sent to campers who register for the camp or upon request.

Other Camps – Each camper should wear comfortable clothing that is appropriate for both indoor and outdoor activities. Tennis shoes are required. No open toe sandals or flip flops are allowed. Campers should bring a water bottle with their name on it. We suggest that campers arrive each day with sunscreen already applied and have extra with them to apply throughout the day. Lotion not aerosol sprays are suggested. If a camper brings sunscreen to camp, a permission form must be completed by a parent before it can be applied.

Sport Clinics – Sport Clinic participants should wear clothing that is comfortable and appropriate for the sport that will be played and the weather. All Clinic participants should bring a water bottle with their name on it. Water for refills will be provided.

Soccer clinic participants should wear cleats and bring a soccer ball. Shin guards are optional, but recommended. Soccer clinic participants are encouraged to arrive each day with sunscreen already applied and have extra with them to apply throughout the day. Lotion not aerosol sprays are suggested. If a camper brings sunscreen to camp, a permission form must be completed by a parent before it can be applied. All Soccer clinic participants should bring a water bottle with their name on it. Water for refills will be provided.

Basketball clinic participants should wear tennis shoes with non-marking soles. All Basketball clinic participants should bring a water bottle with their name on it. Water for refills will be provided.

Archery clinics take place in the gymnasium, so participants should wear tennis shoes with non-marking soles. Archery clinic participants must bring their own bow.

Q: Is there a discount for multiple registrations or for siblings?
A: Yes. After one camp registration at full price, a discount of 10 percent will be applied to each additional camp session for children within the same household. Midway College and UK employees also receive 10% off the first camp registration.

Q: Is there an additional cost for the early drop-off and late pick-up?
A: Camps run from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Early drop off at 7 a.m. and late pick up until 6 p.m. is available at an additional cost of $5 per day per child for early drop-off and $5 per day per child for late pick up. There is no early drop-off or late pick-up for sports clinics.

Q: My child is taking medicine, can camp staff give this to them during camp hours?
A: Yes, but please note the following information. A Permission to Administer Medication form must be completed before any medications will be given. All medications to be administered must be supplied by the parent. Medications with expired labels will not be administered. Prescription medications must have valid prescription labels. Over the counter medications must be in their original containers.
Permission to Administer Medication forms may only be filled out for one week at a time. It is the parent’s responsibility to fill out a new form each week. We WILL NOT administer any medication without written consent. This includes over the counter medications and sunscreen.

Q: What if my child has allergies?
A: Parent should list any allergies their children have on the registration and health forms. If there are serious allergies that require extra care we ask that consult with the Camp Director prior to completing your registration to insure that we can accommodate any special requests.