Q: Where do the campers sleep?
A: At Camp Sno-Mo the campers sleep either under a canvas tent at our camp site or in the lodge in one of the 8 dorm-style bedrooms depending on the individual's abilities.
Q: Can I call or visit my camper during session?
A: Camp Sno-Mo encourages communication through letters or postcards. Parents/Providers are welcome to speak with the director at anytime during their child’s time at Camp Sno-Mo.
Q: Food: how many meals per day are provided?
A: All campers are offered three meals a day (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) served in the Boy Scouts of America dining hall.
Q: Bathing: Does Camp Sno-Mo have showers in the lodge?
A: All campers are required to shower once a day morning or night using their respective shower areas.
Q: What security is provided when campers are sleeping?
A: There is a member of staff assigned as the awake overnight staff and it is his or hers responsibility to do regular bed checks at 15 minute intervals.
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