Check back in the spring for our 2021 parent letter. This letter will include information you will need for camp, including paperwork, schedule, packing list, and more.
sign-in this year due to COVID protocols.
OTC medications. BookTrails does not accept personal or religious exemptions for vaccinations. We do
accept medical exemptions. *weekly overnight camp only
MANDATORY FOR ALL CAMPERS (forms 1,2,3):
Colorado Rules and Regulations state that ALL records need to be updated annually. You must submit new forms every summer.
You must submit a copy of your child’s immunization records. Due to state regulations, immunizations must be recorded on the state form. Immunization records that are recorded on alternative forms will not be accepted– parents must transpose them to the correct form.
* If your doctor’s office is not using the state form, we recommend having the office fax or e-mail records to you so that you can transpose them. The exemption form is also in the above link. For more information on state immunization requirements, click here.
BookTrails will only accept medical exemptions from vaccinations to participate in our programs. Children with personal exemptions may not attend BookTrails.
CAMPERS REQUIRING MEDICATION OF ANY KIND (RX OR OTC):
These forms include children with severe allergies (have to carry an epipen or Benadryl), and children with asthma.
Children are prohibited from carrying medications, they must be kept in our locked cooler bag.
If you would like your child to carry their own inhaler (they have been taught to use it), please have your physician note that on the form. Otherwise, inhalers will be carried by our staff.
ALL WEEK-LONG OVERNIGHT CAMPERS:
Week-long overnight campers must now submit a completed Overnight Medical Form which requires a physical from a physician.
*This is a new regulation and must be followed for BookTrails to legally operate in the State of Colorado. We realize and agree it is annoying! Please help us in encouraging your local doctors office to switch to the state approved forms, which are inspected by the state every summer.