FAQ

Frequently asked questions

Registration Steps to Follow


  • Step 1: Find the right session.
  • Step 2: Complete required forms which will be sent to you via email. These will include medical forms and other important information to make sure everyone has a safe and fun time.
  • Step 3: Pack for camp! Don't forget the required items on this list.
  • Step 4: Meet your counselor at the bus stop with a smile and we will take it from there.




Tuition & Fees


Camp Conrad Chinnock uses a three-tiered fee structure:

  • Early Bird Fee: Get the lowest fee for summer sessions with an early bird discount by paying session fees in full by May 1st.
  • Regular Fee: This fee is lower than the full fee through the generous donations from community organizations, families, donors, and fundraisers.
  • Full Fee: This fee represents all the costs required to operate camp, including insurance, utilities, personnel, program supplies, transportation, and maintenance.
Financial Assistance is available for qualified families by emailing info@diabetescamping.org




Fees, Financial Assistance, Payment Plans.


Camp fees are kept as low as possible thanks to our dedicated volunteers and generous donors. Their support allows us to offer a restricted campership program to supplement those who cannot afford to pay the camp fee. Even camp's full fee is only about 1/2 of the actual cost of sending a child to camp.

Campers and families are encouraged to seek fundraising opportunities within their own communities as well. Parents may elect to use our payment plan option to pay the camp fee in several installments. The final payment must be made two weeks before attending a camping session.

If requesting financial aid, the completed application and financial aid forms must be submitted at the same time with a $100 non-refundable deposit. We also offer other special accommodations by contacting the office directly at 310-751-3057.




COVID-19 Guidelines (Please Read)


We ask that you thoroughly review our COVID-19 Guidebook (Click Here) prior to registering, as it is intended to help us forge a partnership with our families to ensure that everyone is properly prepared for our first summer back. It remains a work in progress as we continue to gain more knowledge in our quest in providing a safe summer experience. Despite these adjustments, we are confident that Camp Conrad Chinnock will maintain its core values and unique spirit that our campers know and love.

Even with the many changes, Camp may not be appropriate for some individual campers during a pandemic. Each individual and family must decide if Camp, modified as detailed in our evolving COVID-19 Guidelines, is the right fit. If you are uncomfortable with the potential risk you may be taking, please keep your child at home. An alternative option includes our “Camp at Home” virtual program which has been running successfully all year.