Frequently Asked Questions
How do I set up my camper’s roommate request?
Go to our website (www.woodlandscamp.org) and use your username and password to login. Click on “View Itineraries.” Click on your child’s name and then click the “Roommate Request” button (toward the bottom/center of the screen). At that point you may either accept a roommate request by entering a request code that had been emailed to you, or you may make a request yourself by entering the first and last name of the person you want your child rooming with as well as his/her parent’s email address. An email will then be sent to the other parent with a request code in it and they will use that request code to accept your request.
What do I do if my camper has a food allergy?
You may see our policies regarding allergies on our safety and general information page. If you have any other questions, please contact our camp nurse, Julie Estes, at Julie@woodlandscamp.org. She can answer any questions you may have as well as help figure out a solution for your particular situation.
What is an electronic check? And is it secure?
An electronic check performs the same function as a conventional paper check without having to wait for it to come in the mail! Also, since it is an electronic format, it can be processed in fewer steps than a standard paper check. It requires entering your Routing Number and Account Number (which are both written at the bottom of your check) - see diagram below. Once in the system, our office can only see the last 4 digits of the account number, which is just one of the security systems in place. Your security IS a high priority to us! Also, by using electronic checks instead of credit cards, we are able to keep the cost of camp as low as possible for you.
Can I take a tour of Woodlands?
Yes, but it must be led by one of our office staff, so please call (706-865-0853) or email (email@example.com) the office to set up your tour time!
Is there a difference between Xtreme Camp and Traditional Camp?
Yes! Our Xtreme campers have their very own Xtreme campsite, which is about a 5-minute hike into the woods from our traditional campsite. While our traditional campers have cabins, our Xtreme campers sleep in hammock shelters with their counselors and the rest of their cabin. They have bonfires and cook some of their meals at their campsite. However, they will join us for breakfast and several other meals in the dining hall. There is one day they spend on camp enjoying the activities we offer, the other days they go on Xtreme Adventures, such as hiking, mountain climbing, paintballing, rafting, and even learning survival skills!