Trading Post Account - NEW SYSTEM FOR 2020!
In an effort to serve our families better, we have updated our Trading Post Account System*! You can now log into our registration portal and add funds to your child’s account! To add funds, edit your child’s camp registration. You’ll be able to see their current balance, and add money to their account. If you’re not registered for camp yet, you’ll be prompted to add money during the registration process.
A daily snack and drink are built into your camper's tuition. Sleep-away campers will have the opportunity to purchase an additional snack and drink during the day. The trading post sells t-shirts, sweatshirts, stuffed animals and more to help kids remember the fun they had at camp and show off their Fairview Lake Pride! Stamps, postcards, pens, playing cards and other items are also available. Drink and food items range between $1 and $2.50.
Trading post balances are non-refundable. At the end of the summer, unused funds will be automatically donated to our Annual Support Campaign.
*Please note that we are testing the system and working with the developers at CampBrain, our registration software company. We expect to have the entire trading post operational by June 1. In the event that this new system is not ready, we will transfer your child’s balance to our back up system.
Campers enrolled in Taste of Tradition, Ranch, Laurel Ridge & Kittatinny can sign up for off camp trips! To register your child, simply edit their registration and add it in! Each trip is $60.
This year's trips are:
Camelbeach Waterpark: Week of July 12-18 & Week of August 2-8
Campers and staff form groups and enjoy the waterpark rides at Camelbeach! Lunch is provided by camp, and campers will spend the majority of the day at the park.
Sussex County Miners Baseball Game: Week of June 28 - July 4 & Week of July 26 Aug 1
Play Ball! Campers and staff will head to an evening game to support our local minor league team!
White Water Rafting: Week of July 5-11 & July 19-25
Campers and staff form groups and head on a guided trip down the Lehigh River in PA. Lunch is provided by camp, and campers will spend the majority of the day at the river. A waiver is required for this trip.