Sleeping Unit Placement

Sleeping Unit Placement

The most frequently asked question is “Where will I live during camp?” Unit living placements are finalized only a day or two before the session begins and determined by total camp enrollment and numbers in each particular program. You will receive this information during check in.

You will be sleeping in cabins at both of our resident camp sites. Campers bunk with campers similar to their age. Each resident camp site has access to restrooms and showers in or near your child’s sleeping quarters.

Mattresses and bunk beds are provided in all living units. You must provide your own bedding, including sleeping bag, pillow, and blankets.

In a sleeping unit, at least 2 staff members live in the cabins with your children. This provides the highest level of supervision to our campers.

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Nebraska 4-H Camps and Centers programs are American Camp Association accredited.