Mail, packages, faxes and e-mail could be delayed by camper’s activities.
Campers love mail! Receiving mail makes a happy camping experience.
Camper’s full name & grade in fall
34313 W Coeur d’Alene Lake Shore
Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814
(NOT for driving directions!)
PLEASE USE POST OFFICE FOR PACKAGES! Packages sent to the above address are delivered TO CAMP rather than on the other side of the lake. Packages sent through UPS or Fed-EX may miss getting to your camper.
PERSONAL CARE PACKAGES from home
Due to risk of allergies, please do not send peanuts, peanut butter and other nuts. When we have campers with allergies, care packages received during the week are screened and items are held for campers to consume when they get back home. We encourage snacks that can be consumed in one sitting and won’t have to be stored. Leftovers attract critters!
CARE PACKAGES available for purchase
Let your camper know you are thinking of them while they are away! Care packages will contain “Care Cash” to spend in camp store, age-appropriate games or toys, pen or pencil, a couple of stamped postcards to write a note home and more. It’s easy, no mailing, and it arrives on time! These may be added through your online registration account as an option and must be added at least 5 days prior to camp start date. If you want to add while your camper is in attendance, it will be based upon availability and you must call Miss Tigger at 509-747-6191 or 800-386-2324 Ext. 14.
PLEASE don’t send faxes or e-mails on the day your camper leaves camp – they often arrive after the camper is gone & are not delivered. Faxes and e-mails are given to camper’s counselors to be delivered to campers during me-time with “regular” mail.
(208) 664-4857 Subject Line: Camper’s first and last name, Fall Grade.
Campers do not have access to outgoing faxes or computers to receive e-mail! E-mails are printed by 10 am daily. Click here for instructions on how to E-mail your camper.
Camp Confirmation Materials
Looking for directions to camp, what to pack, transportation information? Click here for all this information in one place!