My camper is in Session 3. Will I see them?
Depending on the activity their smallcamp is scheduled for that day, they might be off-site. If you do see your camper, please be sensitive to the fact this may trigger homesickness in your camper and other campers.
Our Friends of Trail Blazers day is a once-a-summer opportunity for board members, volunteers, alumni, parents, and family to experience our sleepaway camp program in action. It is not intended to be a parent visitation day — that part of the experience is a bonus for campers and parents who happen to be there this session.
My pet loves the outdoors! Can they come?
We love animals at Trail Blazers. However, Trail Blazers already has plenty of wildlife and we prefer your pet stays at home.
I use a wheelchair/walker/crutches to get around. Is the site accessible for mobility impaired persons?
Trail Blazers’ camp site is outdoors and very rustic: with dirt trails, no paved roads, and plenty of hills. This may not be the best environment for those needing wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, strollers, etc.
Can I spend the night?
Camping at Trail Blazers is an amazing experience! However, we are in the middle of running programs and serving our campers is our first priority. Consider joining us for Labor Day Weekend. What better way to wrap the summer than with the cool breeze from Lake Mashipacong! Details here.
What should I bring?
We will be outside in the woods. Please wear clothes that you do not mind getting dirty. Also, ticks are prevalent in the woods. Please wear long pants, long socks, long sleeved shirts, and hats/head coverings. Be sure to use insect repellent. And perhaps a swimsuit and change of clothes if you would like a dip in Lake Mashipacong.
Will there be lunch?
Lunch is on us! There will be vegetarian and non-vegetarian options available. We will do our best to accommodate specific requests with advance notice, if possible, but cannot make guarantees. Please email email@example.com to indicate dietary restrictions.
What if it rains?
A person once said there’s no such thing as bad weather, just inadequate clothes! Trail Blazers runs rain or shine. Feel free to wear rain boots and ponchos.
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