LAST DAY OF CAMP FAQ
LAST DAY OF CAMP IS A 21+ WEEKEND
DO I HAVE TO BE JEWISH? WILL I BE UNCOMFORTABLE IF I’M NOT?
Absolutely not. Being Jewish is not a requirement in any way. There will be a very casual Shabbat dinner on Friday night and an optional Shabbat service on Saturday morning. You are welcome to participate, but it is certainly not required. We welcome anyone and everyone who wants a chance to enjoy camp!
WILL I HAVE INTERNET ACCESS?
Yes, wi-fi is available. BB Camp also has excellent cell coverage.
CAN I STAY WITH MY FRIEND(S) AND/OR PARTNER?
Yes, please include any cabin-mate requests on your registration form. Requests are not guaranteed but we will do our best.
CAN I BRING MY PET?
Unfortunately, animals are not allowed.
ARE ACTIVITIES MANDATORY?
Absolutely not. All activities are optional. We hope that you plan to join in as many activities as you can, but attendance is never required. Feel free to participate as much or as little as you are comfortable with.
CAN I BRING MY CHILDREN TO CAMP?
Children are not allowed. Last Day of Camp is meant for young adults ages 21 and older.
CAN I LEAVE CAMP?
We will have everything that you need for the weekend on-site, and we strongly encourage you to stay for the full experience. If you want to head into town or stop at the beach, you’re welcome to do so after letting a staff member know. We recommend waiting until Sunday afternoon so you don’t miss any of the fun.
CAN I ARRIVE LATE OR ON SATURDAY?
We recommend that you plan accordingly and leave early on Friday to join us for dinner as it will be your first chance to get to know everyone. But, we understand that some people have time restrictions and we will welcome you warmly whenever you arrive.
CAN I COME ALONE?
Yes, not to worry. In fact, many campers will arrive alone. Last Day of Camp is the perfect place to make new friends.
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