Parent's Corner

Welcome and thank you for enrolling your child in CAMP SHINE. This area was created to give you all of the relevant Camp information in one spot! We are so grateful to have you joining us. We hope that your time with us is magical and memorable. Here you will find all of the details you need to prepare your camper for the fun!

Your Account

You can access your child’s/children’s enrollment(s) below. You can add programs, change payment methods, and see pertinent information including emergency contacts, information about your child, etc. Please be sure all of your contact information is always up-to-date. 


The Pool

Only available for summer programs 

Please bring a Swim Bag (this will stay with us for the week) that contains:

– Towel
– Sunscreen
– Swimsuit (or wear to camp)

If it’s comfortable for your child, we ask that they come dressed in their swim suit under their clothes. This helps save time on changing = more pool time. 😊 If you child prefers to change into their swimsuit at camp, we will have a private space and time for them to do so.

Life Jackets:
If your child needs a life jacket, we ask that you provide one for the week. This is the best way to ensure that we have a great fitting life jacket for your child. We always notify the life guard who is and needs to have a life jacket on at the pool at all times.



Please no outside toys, cell phones (can stay in backpack but not to be used at camp) or anything valuable! Belongings can get lost at camp as we move about the property so, please leave anything important to your child at home.

Horseback Riding

We provide helmets so your child does not need to bring one. We ask that the day we ride horses (you will be notified what day that is) your child come in closed toe shoes. This is important to protect their feet.

Your child will learn to groom and tend to the horse. They will also be given a ride where they are led on the horse. This is more of a horse experience vs. a horse lesson. Of course, we welcome children with more horse experience to share with us their knowledge and to take a leadership role in imparting with us all they know about horsemanship.