What does my camper need to bring to camp?
All campers should bring cleats, tennis shoes, water bottle, shin guards, soccer ball, sunscreen, and lunch/snack. Some camps offer a lunch option for purchase. Please click on the desired camp link to see further info.
What is the Check-in/Check-out process?
Check-in varies based on the start time of the camp. In most cases, check-in will begin 1 hour prior to the start of camp. A detailed schedule will be sent via email to all registered campers as well as posted on the website AT LEAST one week prior to the start of camp. Check-in will take place at the site of the camp. At that time, remaining balance (if applicable) and medical forms must be submitted prior to any participation. After the first day of camp each camper will be instructed to check-in and check-out with their specific coach for the week of camp.
What if someone other than Legal Guardian is picking the camper up?
In the case someone other than legal guardian will be picking up your camper, we must have signed documentation prior to the start of camp from the Legal Guardian giving permission to set person/s.
In case of emergency and I am unable to reach my child, who is the point of contact?
If there is a case of emergency during camp, please contact Lauryn Hutchinson at email@example.com or 571 - 242 - 6665
What is the refund policy and protocol with weather conditions and cancellations?
Weather related cancellations are non-refundable. FYP will adhere to the proper lightning and thunder protocols and if weather is severe then all activities will be moved to the indoor facilities on site. The status of our activities will be communicated through our social media portals. In the event a full day of camp is canceled, we will have a make up day following the last scheduled day of camp.
What is the refund policy if my camper is injured or sick and cannot attend?
There is a 50% refund or full credit towards another FYP event for all refund requests at least two weeks prior to the start of camp. Any serious injury or sickness may be a consideration only if submitted with proper doctor documentation and will receive a 75% refund.
Is the powder used during the Color War safe to use? What is it made of?
We use Chameleon Powder during this activity which is 100% safe and non-toxic. Read about safety and regulation clearance of Chameleon Powder by clicking here. Each camper will be provided with an FYP bandana at the beginning of camp that is suggested to be used the day of the Color War.