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2024 Camper Registration

Basic Registration Information
To register for camp, navigate to the 'parent portal section on the website and set up an  account (or access your existing one)

We are encouraging families to register online. If you need someone to walk you through registration, or would prefer a paper form, contact James Williams (

  • Campers must be within the specified ages on the first day of their camp.

  • Campers are expected to be present for the entire session. They may not come late or leave early.

  • A $75 non-refundable deposit per camper per session must accompany the registration. (This will be applied to your total fee.) Registrations without deposits will not be processed. Make checks payable to Shrine Mont Camp.

  • All health forms are required as part of registration. These forms are required for ALL participants and MUST be returned NO LATER THAN June 1, 2024! (This does include adult individuals registered for Family Camp).

Shrine Mont Camp is a wonderful experience for campers, however, there are some conditions that we are unable to accommodate. If you have questions or concerns regarding your child's health conditions, we strongly encourage you to contact James Williams prior to registering your camper.

  • The terrain at Shrine Mont is hilly and uneven, requiring some agility and stamina.

  • Inform us of necessary accommodations for dietary restrictions, health concerns, and any behavioral or developmental differences by May 15, 2024 so that we can prepare adequately.


  • Cancellations should be made in writing.

  • We cannot refund your deposit after you are accepted, unless The Diocese of Virginia cancels the event.

  • For cancellations made less than two weeks before the first day of camp, a 50% penalty will be assessed. Cancellations made more than two weeks before the first day of camp receive a full refund, minus the $75 deposit. One exception to that would be a camper who is sick or has been exposed to COVID. We will work with families to make sure that they receive a refund in that scenario.

It is the explicit policy of Shrine Mont and the Diocese of Virginia that possession or use of controlled substances, nonprescription drugs, alcohol, tobacco, firearms, fireworks and dangerous weapons is prohibited at all youth camps and conferences.

Questions? Please contact the Camp Registrar  at

COVID Related Policies and Practices

*all COVID-19 policies will be updated in May of 2024 so as to create policies that are the most accurate and up-to-date. Check out last summer's info to get an idea of the types of precautions we have taken in the past. See also 'camper info'.

COVID-19 continues to be a daily reality for us and our loved ones. The good news is that we are learning more and more, and are able to prepare ourselves for what this means. We have taken tips from our last year at camp and merged them into a policy for this summer that reflects both safety and more flexibility. Here are some things to know: 

  • Shrine Mont Camps highly encourages all camper families to test before arriving to camp, though this will not be required. The best way to stay safe at camp is to be healthy before it! We also encourage and recommend campers be vaccinated before coming to camp. 

  • Camps will continually provide masks and other PPE throughout our sessions (including washing our hands frequently!). Masking indoors will be optional, though camp will continue to make use of our many outdoor spaces. Camps will have test kits with us during sessions should someone request a test or exhibit symptoms. 

  • If your camper exhibits any symptoms before camp, or has been exposed to a symptomatic person leading up to camp, please contact the camps office. We ask that all campers be symptom free to enter camp. If your child is unable to make a session due to COVID, we will work to find other sessions during the summer for them to attend. 

  • In the instance of a positive case at camp: (1) If your camper tests positive for COVID-19, we will ask parents to pick your child up so that they can isolate and rest at home. (2) Whenever someone is exposed to COVID, we ask that they mask for 10 days after the exposure, and test on the sixth day after their exposure or if symptoms occur (per CDC guidelines). Campers will stay with us at camp unless they feel unwell or they test positive for COVID. (3) Parents will be notified in the case of an outbreak (3 or more cases) at camp, and if your camper has been directly exposed during session. 

  • Lastly, each summer is dynamic. Camp will continually evaluate this policy throughout the summer, and will communicate with families if there is a need for a shift in policies. Specifically, camp may alter our policy toward things like use of indoor spaces, masking requirements, or more, depending on documented COVID-19 cases at camp. If you have questions, please contact our director

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