Children's day and overnight camps are regulated by the Ulster County Department of Health according to the State Sanitary Code Subpart 7-2.
The Ulster County Department of Health strives to help children have a rewarding, fun experience at camp while in a safe and healthy environment. Permits are required and camps are inspected at least twice a year.
There are about 30 day and 30 overnight camps in Ulster County serving thousands of children each year.
Upcoming Red Cross Training Classes (CPR, Lifeguard Certification, Babysitting Certification, and more)
Emergency Pesticide Notification at Children's Camps
Children’s Camp COVID-19 2022 Guidance
Children’s camps COVID-19 Testing Consent Form
For important information on the Coronavirus, click here..
Important 2020 Measles Information:
NYSDOH Measles Response Playbook
American Red Cross courses offered at the Kingston YMCA
Ellis & Associates Lifeguarding/CPR Courses can be found at https://www.jellis.com/classes/local-lifeguard-training
FACT SHEETS 2022:
CPR Fact Sheet 2022
First Aid Fact Sheet 2022
Lifeguard Fact Sheet 2022
Requirements for Children's Camps in New York
- Aquatic Spray Grounds
- Camp Trips
- Camp Trip Swimming
- General Activity
- Horseback Riding
- Rope and Challenge Course
Camp Meeting Archive:
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For further information about any of these programs and services, please call Environmental Health Services