FAQ for Family Camp

Is Camp Susque affiliated with a particular church or denomination?

No. Camp Susque is intentionally a non-denominational camp run by a Board of Directors.

Is Camp Susque a non-profit?

Yes. We are a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization.

When does registration open?

In January

How do I register?

Visit our Family Camp Registration page.

Is the deposit part of the entire cost of camp?

Yes. Once the deposit is paid, your remaining balance is the total cost of that session minus the deposit. (For ex: if your total costs are $472, you will pay $100 upon application, and owe $372 due upon arrival.)

When is my balance due?

Upon check-in. To expedite your check-in process, however, we suggest you pay it ahead of time.

What is your cancellation policy?

Cancellations made up to and including March 31 are totally refundable. Cancellations made after March 31 must be made seven days prior to arrival. At that time, all monies except the deposit are refunded. If cancellations occur within seven days before the start of the Family Camp session, no monies are refundable.

Once your family has cancelled, you have given up all rights to that spot and the privilege of pre-registering for the next summer.

What are arrival times?

3-5pm on the designated Sunday.

Please see our Arriving & Departing Camp page for more info.

What are departure times?

Noon on the last day.

Please see our Arriving & Departing Camp page for more info.

What payment options are available at check-in to pay my balance?

Cash, checks, money orders, Mastercard, Visa, and Discover credit cards.

What should we bring?

Please visit our Packing List & Camper Info page.

What medical care is provided at camp?

No medical care is provided on camp for Family Camps. A hospital and urgent care clicnic are about a half-hour away.

Please see our Health & Safety page for more info.

Is there a laundry facility on camp?

No, but a laundromat is just a few miles down the road in Trout Run.

Are there any stores or restaurants nearby?

A restaurant, gas station, sporting goods store, post office, and convenience market are all a few miles down the road in the village of Trout Run. The city of Williamsport, about a half hour away, has a lot of excellent restaurant options, several large grocery stores, movie theaters, and lots more.

What if we have a food allergy or dietary restriction?

Please see our Food page.

Can I receive visitors while at camp?

Yes. They must check into the Office first and pay the Day Use Fee ($18/day).

Can we bring our own sporting equipment (fishing gear, bow, rifle)?

Yes. Target sport equipment must be locked in your car with the ammunition locked in a separate container/area (ie: trunk or glove box) when not in use.

Can I bring my dog?

Yes, as long as the following guidelines are adhered to:

  • Dogs must be kept on a leash or in a kennel under your supervision at all times.
  • Clean up is your responsibility.



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