Do I have to be Episcopalian to come to camp?
Camp Tuttle is a ministry of the Episcopal church of Utah, but you do not need to be an Episcopalian to work at or attend Camp Tuttle. We celebrate and encourage diversity of experience and all are welcome at Camp Tuttle!
How old does my child have to be to attend camp?
While Camp Tuttle offers two Family Camps, where parents and children of any age attend camp together, for your child to attend on their own they must be going into 3rd grade. High school seniors are also invited to attend the summer after they graduate, and of course anyone in between!
How can I contact my child while they are at camp?
Campers are not permitted to have a cell phone during their stay at camp, and are encouraged to disconnect and unplug for their duration in the great outdoors. To contact your camper, pre-write letters to be delivered during the week, or leave a care package with notes for your child. If ever an emergency involving your child arises, we will contact you via phone call.
What do I or my child need to pack for camp?
Please see our various packing lists to make sure you and your child are packed appropriately for your stay at camp:
What activities can my child expect to participate in at camp?
The typical camp day is jam packed with activities that range from passive to active, and from chosen to guided. As a part of an Adventure Group, your child will participate in working and playing together as a group with 10-12 other campers. During Camper Choice time, your child will make a choice about whether to rock climb, play Nuke ‘Em, do arts & crafts, and many more choices! In the evening, our talented and skilled counselors will host and facilitate different activities that range from backpacking to capture the flag and more and that highlight the diversity of our experience as a staff. We close out the day with an evening program with our chaplain of the week and enjoy singing around the campfire. We often have guest speakers with us in the evening to enrich our camp experience.
How much does it cost to come to camp?
Visit the “Pricing” tab under the registration banner to read more about our tier pricing system that allows families to pay according to their needs. Scholarships are available. Applications are in the “Scholarships” tab under the registration banner.
What COVID precautions are you taking to keep kids safe this summer?
The safety of our staff, counselors, and campers is our top priority. All staff and counselors are required to be fully vaccinated in order to work at camp. Children who are not vaccinated will need to show proof of a negative COVID test within 48 hours of coming to camp. Mid-week COVID testing will take place as the need arises for unvaccinated and/or symptomatic campers. Most of our programming takes place outside, and when we are inside and in close proximity, masks will be required except when actively eating and drinking. We are keeping a close eye on the latest recommendations for summer camp procedures provided by the ACA (American Camps Association), the CDC, and local government officials.