Frequently Asked Questions
What should I bring to camp?✕
Here's a List of List of things to bring_to_camp
Do I bring my own equipment?✕
Throwers need to bring implements.
Pole vaulters need to bring poles.
Will there be supervision of campers?✕
Campers will always have camp counselors with them. This includes skill sessions, and mealtimes. Counselors will stay overnight at campus dorms and offsite hotels when necessary.
Where do I go to drop off/pick up my camper?✕
See Camp Details
Will campers need additional money?✕
Camper may need money to purchase snacks or promotional items.
Are discounts available?✕
Discounts are offered to groups of 8 or more.
Will there be a trainer on site?✕
Yes, there will be a trainer on site; If a camper needs medication, they must bring their own. The trainer will hold on to the medicine, but the trainer will NOT administer new medication to campers.
Will I receive a confirmation email?✕
Yes, you should receive a confirmation email after you finish registering. Please contact us if you do not. email@example.com
Where is the camp located?✕
Please see our Camp Details
What is the closest airport to fly into?✕
Airport location: Closest Airports to Facility (TLH) Tallahassee International Airport. Please review camp details in the welcome packet for more information.
Can I request a roommate for the overnight camps?✕
Yes! During the online registration process for overnight camps, you will be asked for your roommate request. If you and a friend both request each other, you will have a better chance of being paired up. If you do not request a roommate, we will match you with another camper similar in age.
Can parents watch camp sessions?✕
A Parents are welcome to stay and watch however they are not allowed on the track or infield during sessions.
My child is below the grade range for a camp – can I still sign him/her up?✕
No, all camps have specific grade/age qualifications. The registration software will not allow you to register someone who does not fall within that range. Any camp with a specific cutoff must be adhered to, based on the camper's age and grade. Day campers can transport themselves but are not allowed to transport any other campers.
How do I register?✕
You can register directly online with a credit card by clicking on the "Register Now" link.
What forms are required when I register?✕
Copy of the back and front of insurance card
Completed registration online.
Completed consent and release form.
Completed medical history form.
Please take a picture or scan the FRONT and BACK of your insurance card and email it to: firstname.lastname@example.org
*This is required for participation in all camps.
What if my child is sick or injured and cannot attend camp, do I get a refund?✕
More than 2 weeks before: Refund minus $50 admin fee.
Less than 2 weeks before: Refund minus $ 100 admin fee.
No refunds 3 days prior to the start of camp (special situations will be reviewed).
Can a camper arrive early? or leave early?✕
We will be set up 1 hour prior to posted time. Yes, a camper can leave early only if they are picked up by their parent or legal guardian. You must call 850-694-2287 when you are picking up your camper early.
What safety precautions are taken during camp while campers are not in training session.✕
Camp staff stays in the dorms with the campers. There will be staff members overnight at the housing site.
Who are the coaches?✕
Our coaches are experienced college coaches elite club and high school coaches, professional track and field athletes and accomplished college student athletes.
Can campers use their vehicle during camp?✕
Campers who are staying overnight will be instructed to turn their car keys into staff members as a safety precaution. Keys will be returned at the end of camp.
My child is a day camper. What is the earliest time I can drop them off and the latest I can pick them up?✕
Please review Camp Detail for drop off and pick-up times.