How do I register for camp?

All registrations must be completed online. Please visit the camp website at

 I have encountered a problem while registering. What do I do?

If links or pages are not loading properly try refreshing or restarting the web browser.If problem persists call us at (925) 631-4386 and we can assist you.

 Are meals included?

Meal inclusion varies from camp to camp, so check the Parent Packets (found on our website, for specific meal inclusion information and complete camp schedules.

A General Meal Inclusion Rule Is As Follows:

  • Resident Campers: Breakfasts, Lunches & Dinners are included.
  • Full Day Campers (For Non-Clinic): Lunches / Dinners are included.
  • Clinics: Lunches are included.
  • Half-Day AM: No meals included.
  • Half-Day PM: No meals included.

For more information on meal inclusion, call the camp office at (925) 631-4386 or

 How are roommates selected?

Roommates are selected by camp and age.

 How many campers are allowed in a room?

Our dorm facilities are designed for two persons, so we enforce a strict limit of two campers per room.

 Can my camper request to room with someone?

If you have already registered and did not make a roommate request, you may submit your request in writing by emailing the camp office at and we will do our best to fulfill your request. Please note, roommate requests must be mutual, so make sure both campers have requesed one another to better ensure a match.

 Where do I pick up and drop off my camper?

On registration day, campers will need to check-in at the grassy lawn as you drive straight onto campus at the white tent. After signing in your camper, you will be told where to drop off your camper. This will only occur the first day of camp. Every other day, they will be meeting in their designated camp areas.

 What is your tax id number?


 What do I do if my child takes prescription medications?

Camp staff will not hangle or adminster medications to campers, so make sure that your child is responsible for their medicines and is instructed on proper administration of medication. Please notify camp staff of medications your child will be bringing to camp by listing them on the Medical Form.

 Are there any coed camps?

Our coed camps are the All Sports Camp, Tennis Camp, Baseball Camp, Randy Bennett Basketball Camp and Volleyball Camp.

 Are campers allowed to bring electronics with them to camp?

Electronics are permitted at camp but we ask that campers only use them during downtime. They should ask their coach or counselor for permission before using any cell phone, portable music device, or other electronic device. Though we have not had problems in the past, campers should know that they are fully responsible for their devices and should always keep their electronics in a safe place to prevent damage or theft.

 Swim Test

All camp participants under the age of 18 are required to take a swim test to use the pool. The swim test consists of 1 lap across the pool (25 yards) in deep water. Participant must demonstrate effective breathing and forward motion without touching the sides or bottom of the pool. A certified lifeguard will administer the test and determine if it is safe for the participant to use the pool.

*Use of the pool is determined by SMC Camp Staff. Not all camps use the pool.

 Refund Policy & Cancellation Protection Plan

Request for a refund must be made 24 hours prior to the start of camp. In the event you must cancel your reservation,  a refund will be determined by the policy outlined below:
  • Camp credit can be applied to the same camp on a future date (expires one year from the start date of the originally purchased camp).
  • Cancellation Protection can be purchased during check out. If purchased, participants will receive a full refund minus the cancellation protection fee. Cancellation Protection can only be purchased on initial registration.