Parent Resources for Camp

Parent Resources for Camp

Visit for Camp Photos!

Parents Q & A

Get the answers to these questions and more within our Parents Q&A section.

  • Can we visit or tour the camp beforehand?
  • What emergency policies and safety guidelines do you have in place for the activities (i.e., Rock Climbing, Horseback Riding)?
  • If my child is having ANY problems while at the camp, who addresses them and will I be notified?
  • What is the food like?

Family Guidebook

Use or guidebook to learn more about the details about Camp Woodmont and our policies.

  • Arrival & Departure Times
  • Camp Store/Camp T-Shirts/Group Photo & DVD
  • Camper Mail, Packages & Email
  • Telephone & Laundry
  • Illness or Accident
  • Inspiration Times
  • Standards of Conduct
  • Homesickness
  • Transportation
  • Staying Longer

What to Pack

We’ve all been guilty of packing too many clothes for our kids, and not enough essentials. Lesson learned: pack the right stuff.

What to Pack:

  • Bedding
  • Clothes
  • Toiletries
  • Etc.

What NOT to pack:

  • Electronic Devices
  • Food/Candy/Gum
  • Weapons
  • Etc.

And of course, a list of the most
“I forgot to pack” items for camp:

  • Footwear
  • Headgear
  • Bed & Bath
  • Water Bottle!

View our section on "What to Pack" to ensure your child has everything they need and nothing they don't for a fun-filled trip to Camp Woodmont.



To Pack or Not to Pack the Cell Phones
What purpose is served by sending a cell phone into camp?
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Am I Ready? What Parents Should Know About Overnight Camp
Preparation goes a long way in ensuring that not just the child, but the parent feels safe and secure.
Read More.

Misconceptions About Summer Camp
Separate fact from fiction in this quick look about popular camp misconceptions.
Read More.

Homesickness Tips
What to do and what not to do to ensure your child has an enjoyable time at camp.
Read More.


We love Camp Woodmont! Both of my children have attended Camp Woodmont every summer for the past 12 years – first as campers, then as Counselor Assistants, and now as Counselors in Training. They begin a “countdown to camp” in January, as plans begin to reunite with other campers who also come back year after year. Not only have they made lifelong friendships, but many wonderful memories. As a parent, I love that they are safe, well cared for, and actually looking forward to spending ti…
Laurie ZelinskiMom of 2Birmingham, Alabama