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Important Information

This information is available in the Information Packet.  This must be read and understood by all camper families.

  • Medical FormsNYS Department of Health mandates that all campers must have a health form on file prior to the first day of camp. Campers will not be allowed to attend camp without the required form (attached). A standard health form from your child’s pediatrician is acceptable.  Campers taking any medications must have a completed Authorization for the Administration of Medications form (attached).
  • All campers must adhere to our swim test on MONDAY.  If a camper does not attend the Monday swim test, they will only be allowed to swim in the shallow end of the pool for the remainder of the week.
  • Electronics / Cell Phone PolicyWe provide an “unplugged” summer camp for both campers and counselors. Campers are not permitted to use electronic devices for personal use during camp hours. Including but not limited to, i-devices, cell phones, gaming devices, tablets, etc. We kindly ask that these items be left at home or stored away for the day.
  • Campers should be dropped off and picked up at the Camp Club House at the back of the property.  No pickups or drop-offs occur in the main building/front door.  All Campers must be signed in and out by a parent and/or guardian who is responsible for dropping off and picking up the child.
  • If someone else other than the parent or Guardian is picking up your child, then please send in a written note as to who will be picking up your child on a certain day. This individual will need to show ID.
  • Campers for before and after care will be dropped off and picked up at the Camp Clubhouse. Before care starts at 7:00am. After care ends at 6:00pm. Any camper dropped off before 8:45am will be charged for before care. Any camper to be picked up later than 4:15 will be charged for after care. Arrangements for before and after care need to be made in advance to ensure proper staffing.  To add before or after care to your camp registration, please email
  • Camp will meet each day as scheduled, rain or shine.  In the event of severe weather or extreme conditions, camp will be held in our indoor facility. Camp schedule and activities will be altered.  Decisions to hold activities indoors or outdoors will be made by TSR Management and the Camp Director.  Tennis activities may be held on the indoor or outdoor courts at the sole discretion of Camp TSR.
  • What Your Child Should Bring to Camp – Comfortable, well-worn clothing, a hat and athletic shoes should be the norm (please no sandals or “party shoes”). Each child should bring a tennis racquet (we have if needed), backpack with a bag lunch, snack(s), bathing suit, towel, flip-flops or slides for the pool, water bottle and sunscreen. Send extra clothes/rain gear on rainy days and a sweatshirt on chilly mornings. Please do not send your favorite items to camp as campers will be changing and running around all day and items may be misplaced.
  • Camp TSR is not responsible for lost items.  
  • Lunches/Snacks – Children must bring their own bag lunch and snacks to camp each day. Please provide enough for your child to have a snack during the morning and afternoon. Refrigeration is available at camp, but we recommend packing an ice pack with lunch. We strongly suggest that campers bring a water bottle every day! There are drinks and snacks available at the Snack Shack for a fee. We do not allow campers to make cash payments. Campers should not come to camp with cash.  Parents/ guardians are able to purchase snack plans in advance.
  • Campers’ health and safety is our top priority. Camp TSR is a Dutchess County Permitted Summer Camp, meeting rigorous requirements for safety.  All pool staff are certified lifeguards. Most staff members and counselors are First Aid & CPR certified. Some staff members are Basic Life Support certified. Trained staff members will handle minor injuries. If an injury requires further medical attention, parent/ guardian will be called to pick up the camper. If an emergency occurs, we will call 911 and your child may be sent to the hospital with paramedics.
  • We recommend that campers wear sunscreen every day to camp. Hats are highly recommended. Campers should apply sunscreen prior to camp each morning.

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