Smoking, use of illegal drugs and alcohol are prohibited. Campers driving to camp will not be permitted to leave the facility and must turn in their keys to the Director. The Director reserves the right to send home, at the parents’ expense, any campers or group of campers whose behavior is deemed disruptive to the best interest of the camp community.
What equipment is required?
Full equipment will be required.
When are Check-in and Check-out for the Main Camp?
Check-in will be from 3:30 - 5:00pm on Monday, July 20th, for camp attendees. We do accommodate late check-ins as long as you let us know ahead of time. Check-out will be from 12:00pm - 1:00pm on Thursday, July 23rd.
Can I request a roommate or get my own room?
While registering you will be asked if you have a Roommate Request. If you have already registered and need to change or add a request, please contact us at (847) 412-5529 or email email@example.com.
Players are not allowed to get their own room.
What do day campers do during breaks?
A day camper room will be provided for day campers to rest and relax between sessions.
Can my player drive himself/herself to camp?
Yes, but players must turn their car keys into the camp director upon arrival and will not be permitted to use the vehicle until camp has ended.
What if my player arrives late or has to leave camp early?
Please keep Lacrosse America informed of any late arrivals or early departures by contacting us at 847-412-5529. Camp counselors will check in players arriving late. All players who need to leave camp MUST be checked out by the camp director. There will be no discounts/refunds for players arriving late or leaving early.
Are there any additional costs to camp?
Lost Key Payment - After registration, your credit card will be held on file in the event that you have to pay the $50 key deposit. Please understand that your credit card will not be charged unless the key is lost during camp. There will also be a camp store with lacrosse equipment and apparel and snacks/drinks.
Can parents watch camp?
ABSOLUTELY! We invite all parents to observe camp practice sessions and games. Players are not permitted to leave camp with parents or a friends' parent for lunch, dinner, etc.
What should my player pack?
You will receive an informational confirmation packet prior to the start of camp with a detailed list of items to bring.
Where is Whitewater?
DIRECTIONS TO THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN WHITEWATER – WELLS HALL WEST
From Chicago (average travel time 2 hours 10 minutes)Take I-90 West to Exit 171A (Janesville/Milton exit). Take Hwy 26N to Milton. At first stoplight, turn right onto Hwy 59 East to Whitewater. Turn left on Main St. Turn right on Prairie St. Keep going straight on Prairie at the stop sign for Starin Road. Take first right into the parking lot; Wells Hall West is behind the second building on right (Wellers Hall)Or, I-94 West to Hwy 50 West to Lake Geneva. Hwy 12 West to Whitewater
Or, Hwy 12 West to Whitewater
Or, Hwy 14 West to Hwy 89 N; then left onto Hwy 12 (Main Street)
From Madison (average travel time 60 minutes)
I-90 East to Exit 163 (Milton/Edgerton exit). Take Hwy 59 East; turn left onto County Hwy N to Whitewater. Turn left at Indian Mound Parkway, right onto Hwy 12 (Main St). At stoplight in front of McDonald's, turn left onto Tratt St, then right onto Starin Road. Keep going straight on Prairie at the stop sign for Starin Road. Take first right int the parking lot; Wells Hall West is behind the second building on right (Wellers Hall)
From Milwaukee (average travel time 1 hour 5 minutes)
I-43 South. At East Troy, take Hwy 20 W, then Hwy 12 W to Whitewater. Continue on Hwy 12 (Main Street). Turn right at stoplight on Prairie St. Keep going straight on Prairie at the stop sign for Starin Road. Take first right into the parking lot; Wells Hall West is behind the second building on right (Wellers Hall)
Or, an alternate route is Hwy 59 West from Waukesha to Whitewater
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