Each camper will receive one free T-shirt per summer.
Tired of getting up every morning and throwing together lunches in a lunch box? We provide lunch and it’s included in the cost of all camps! Campers and staff cool off together in the cafeteria and enjoy a nutritious, hot lunch. We also offer a salad bar, deli sandwich bar, fresh fruit, and the trusty peanut butter and jelly sandwich. In addition, we are a “nutaware” camp, and work with families when children have specific allergies.
A nurse is on site and available every day of the Camp Webb season. Our nurse will call you if your camper comes to visit and requires more than minor medical attention. The nurse is here to dispense medication when required, provide first-level health care if needed, and TLC all the time! Our ultimate goal is to be proactive and to practice prevention by safeguarding against accidents and illness as much as possible.
To speed up the pick-up process without jeopardizing the safety of Camp Webb campers, we require that you or the person you have authorized in our system to pick up your child be prepared to show a picture ID to sign your child out.
Most summers are hot here in East Tennessee; therefore, exposure to the heat and sunlight is something we are constantly monitoring. Please have your child bring a water bottle and sunscreen. Staff will make sure there are frequent water breaks and that sunscreen is applied often (especially for outdoor camps). Campers are in the shade whenever possible on especially hot and humid days.
Sturdy shoes are especially important, as campers will be active during the day. Flip-flops, Crocs and open-toed shoes are strongly discouraged. Please wear sneakers.
Families with multiple siblings attending Adventure Camp in the same week are eligible for a discount. The first child attends for the full tuition, while each additional child may attend for a 10 percent discount. Please note this discount does not apply to Specialty and Sports Camps or Camp Wonderoo.
Bringing certain items to camp may disrupt the flow of the camp and program. The following items, and those similar to them, are not allowed in any camp programs, including Aftercare: electronic games or game cards, personal listening devices, headphones, or collectibles.
Extended Camp Day Options
EARLYCARE: Campers may be dropped off at camp, starting at 7:30. There is no fee for morning supervision as there will be no organized activities. Campers and staff enjoy each other’s company and sometimes an UNO tournament breaks out! At 8:30, campers will be escorted to their camp’s drop-off location.
MINI CAMPS: These camps are mini-versions of our Sports Camps. Mini Camps are three-hour camps, designed to provide campers with some more specialized choices in the afternoon as an alternative to Aftercare. Mini Camp hours are 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. An array of activities of varying specialties is available. Please go to pages 16 and 17 for additional details.
AFTERCARE: Campers who cannot be picked up at the end of their camps may stay for extended supervision for an additional charge. Aftercare provides a variety of choices for campers during their afternoon time. Socializing on the playground, participating in sports activities in the gym or on the basketball courts, or getting creative with various craft projects are some of the many things available to campers. At Camp Webb’s Aftercare, children can form new friendships and strengthen old ones during structured downtime. Aftercare is offered on a weekly or daily basis. The hours are from 2:15 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Campers must be entering kindergarten-eighth grade.
Cost: Daily - $20 or Weekly - $50 (three days or more). You may sign your camper up for Aftercare at the time of registration or on the day you need it!
Location: Haslam Center - Note: We cannot prorate nor can we give refunds with this program.