Health, Safety & Dining

Health

We have a resident health care professional at Mountain Meadow at all times. They are here to care for the camp family’s well being, administering first aid when necessary and any daily medications. Our health care center is fully equipped and we keep a comfortable infirmary. The closest hospital is just a 10 minutes drive from camp. Health forms are required for each camper prior to camp attendance. All medications and health forms are confidential.

Safety

camp safetyFollowing camp doctor recommendations, washing hands before meals is has become an effective ritual to keep the camp family safe from any outbreaks. Campers wash their hands as they come through the line directly before coming in to a meal. The health of the camp family is very important to us.

At Mountain Meadow we pride ourselves on adhering to the highest standards of safety in all areas of camp. We have always gone above and beyond to the thorough standards of the American Camping Association (ACA) (link). All activities are run by fully trained staff members.

Supervision is a high priority in all activity areas. We keep a strict ratio of 4:1 campers to counselors.

We take the topic of sun protection very seriously! Counselors ensure that sunscreen is applied before any activity that takes place in open sun and reapplied as necessary.

Dining Hall

camp diningHere in the kitchen at Mountain Meadow Ranch we are committed to feeding campers nutritious, wholesome, and yummy meals! We are happy to accommodate a variety of dietary needs and there is always a vegetarian option available.

Meals are served either family style or as a buffet. Everyone is free to sit where they choose as they enjoy their meals under the canopy overlooking the beautiful Lagoon.

The daily menu often consists of our own ranch-grown meats, along with fresh fruit & vegetables, eggs, fresh baked goods, and a salad bar. We also have popular “theme” dinners, including a Fiesta, Luau, BBQ, & Italian.

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