Campers will be divided into categories: daredevil, medium, limited rides and no rides.
Small groups: campers 12 and older may go on their own in smaller groups (minimum of 2).
Small groups: check in periodically with the original group (plan check points throughout the day).
Small groups: give your cell phone numbers to your counselors.
Campers will wear the Midwest Diocese Camp t-shirt the entire day.
No camper may leave the group to be on their own.
Always use the bathroom with a partner - never use it alone.
If you get separated from your group: STOP and look around for the colored t-shirts that campers are wearing--don't walk around and try to find your group; stay where you are because your group will come back and find you.
When the group notices that a camper is missing: stop and go back to the last area where you remember seeing that camper.
If you are lost and feel uncomfortable -- immediately contact any park worker and tell them you are lost. The park worker will take you to a building and will then contact us. We will know where to find you and come for you.
The evenings get cold at Six Flags. Plan your water rides for the beginning of your day.
There is complimentary water available at all food stands - drink plenty of water during the day, especially if it is a hot day.
Bus departure and return times to camp will be shared when the campers arrive at camp and are finalized the night before.
Parent chaperones will be told what time to arrive at camp to meet the bus to Six Flags Great America at camp check in.
Six Flags Great America does not take cash, please provide your camper with a VISA prepaid gift card to use at the theme park.