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Keeping Campers Safe
Although nuts and nut products are prohibited in all of our programs and facilities, we cannot guarantee that campers will not come in contact with traces of nut products while here at camp. Please refrain from bringing nut products to Silver Lake for the overall well-being of our campers.
getaways for the whole household
At Silver Lake Wesleyan Camp, we strive to maintain a consistently healthy environment for our campers. As a community living in close quarters, head lice can spread quickly and be hard to eliminate. In an effort to prevent lice, we ask parents to check their child’s head before they come to camp. In order to assist parents and maintain a healthy camp we abide by the following policy:
Upon check-in on the first day of camp, each camper will be checked for head lice.
If any lice or nits are found at that time or at any time during the camping session, the camper will be asked to return home.
Once the camper is nit-free, parents can choose to bring their child back for another camp week of equal value. Alternatively, they can be refunded two-thirds of the camp fee (and/or use this refund towards a week of camp the following year.)
doing everything young campers do... just slower.
SLWC holds to a very strict drinking water treatment, monitoring and testing regimine which ensures a safe drining water supply for all our campers and guests. The following information and documents are available at the SLWC office for review by the public free of charge during normal business hours.
- All test results
- Annual Reports
- Trained Person certificates
- EER and Declaration of Professional Engineer
- Copy of O. Reg. 170/3
Although we do our best to provide healthy and tasty meals it is impossible for us to meet all dietary requirements and preferences.
Please plan to bring supplementary supplies with you that help meet your specific needs.