2022 Camp Season
Frequently Asked Questions

What are the dates for camp?

Saint Sophia Camp is holding two weeks of camp.

The dates for each session are as follows:

 

Week 1: July 25th -July 29th

Week 2: August 2nd - August 7th

How much does a week of camp cost?

Week 1 will cost $550 for each camper if you are paying by check. If you are paying online, Week 1 will cost $565, due to processing fees.

Week 2 will cost $650 for each camper if you are paying by check. If you are paying online, Week 2 will cost $665, due to processing fees. 

Can a camper go both weeks?

Yes, campers can attend both weeks of camp.

Will there be buses for camp this year?

No, campers will have to arrange for their own transportation to and from camp.

Where will Saint Sophia Camp be located this year?

Due to our long-time camping site Camp Seely being unable to operate this summer, Saint Sophia Camp will be held at two different locations this year.

 

Week 1 will be at Cedar Lake Camp in Big Bear, California. Below is a link to their website, so you can see what the camping facilities will look like this year.

http://www.campcedarlake.com

Week 2 will be at Camp Saint Nicholas in Frazier Park, California. Below is a link to their website

so you can see what the camping facilities will look like this year.

https://stnicholasla.org/aboutcamp

What are the age groups of campers?

Campers span from the ages of 7-17 and are split into three age groups: Athenians (ages 7-9), Olympians (ages 10-12), and Spartans (ages 13-17).

What is the minimum age to be a counselor?

The minimum age is 18 years old, or being 17 years old and having graduated high school.

Can campers request cabinmates?

No, we are not accepting cabinmate requests.

What are the COVID 19 vaccination and testing guidelines that are required to attend camp?

All Campers (even fully vaccinated campers) will be required to show a negative PCR COVID-19 test result taken within 72 hours prior to arrival or complete a rapid test upon arrival at camp with a negative result. No camper will be permitted on site without a negative test result.

We ask that once the camper has had their covid test that they quarantine to prevent any potential exposure. Families should participate in risk-reducing behaviors the week leading up to the start of camp (avoid large gatherings).