Campers at Camp Douglas are required to follow the “Three Bees”—Be Safe, Be Respectful, and Be Responsible. When attending Camp Douglas, campers are expected to abide by the following guidelines. Camp Douglas campers are responsible for their behaviour. Our leaders will model and teach campers to be safe, respectful and responsible during their stay at camp.
• Follow ALL safety instructions coming from the Camp Douglas staff.
• Leave dangerous or valuable items at home (including pocket knives).
• Enjoy “hands off” play as physical aggression is not tolerated at Camp Douglas.
• Respect the camp property by treating it with care and being a good steward of the environment.
• Respect the diversity of the campers and staff in the camp community.
• Treat others the way that you would like to be treated.
• Campers will refrain from behaviour that would threaten, harass, or bully any person in the Camp Douglas community.
• Smoking, alcohol, drug use, and sexual activity are prohibited at Camp Douglas.
• Use electronic devices such as digital cameras in an appropriate way. Cameras are not permitted in the bathrooms or cabins.
Any camper who is found behaving in a way that compromises our ability to foster a sense of respect and community, or who is unable to be safe, respectful, and responsible, may be sent home at the discretion of the Camp Douglas Director.