Outdoor Camp FAQs

Who are your teachers?  Curiosity Zone is known for its warm, wonderful, smart teachers. Camps will be lead by certified teachers and subject-matter experts.

Do you provide snacks, lunch and drinks?  Every child has his or her own preferences, so we ask that you please provide lunch and snacks along with a refillable water bottle.  Please be sure your containers are labeled with your child’s name.  We may not have a refrigerator, so please do not send anything that needs to stay super cold.  Also, out of consideration for the many kids with peanut allergies, we ask that you please not send in food with nuts. 

Will it be buggy?  According to the owners of Notaviva (who have their own young children), the property is not particularly buggy.  We do want campers to wear bug spray to protect them from ticks, however, and we will be sure to stay out of tall grass and similar areas where ticks could be hiding.

What are your first aid and emergency procedures?  The Curiosity Zone has a written set of first aid and emergency procedures on which our counselors are trained.  We’d be happy to provide a copy for you to read.

What should my child wear?  Campers should wear playground clothes, comfortable shoes and plenty of sunscreen and bug spray.  They should also bring a hat and a change of clothes, including shoes and socks.

Will you hold a spot for me?  Unfortunately, we can't.  Your registration is not complete until we have received all required paperwork and full payment.  Registration is subject to availability.

What is your refund poilicy?   Camps may be refunded or changed with no fees until June 1.  No refunds after June 1, but switching camps is OK, subject to availability, with a $50 switch fee.

What if we miss a day of camp?  We do not offer refunds or makeups for missed camp days.