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What is the age range of Campers?
Ages 7-13, Our campers will be grouped according to their age. Counselors will be assigned to your group and will be with you throughout your week.

How are your Counselors selected?
Our Counselors are selected according to their dependability and trustworthiness, and their ability to relate to children. The majority of our counselors are employed by Fun-Plex from summer to summer and continue to return throughout their college years. Our senior counselors are a minimum of 18 years old. Our junior Counselors must be at least 16 years old. All receive training in safety and child interaction prior to the start of camp.

What can my Camper expect to do all day?
Your camper can expect their days to be filled with activities including all of the Fun-Plex Ride and Water park attractions (age and height appropriate) Arts and Crafts, arcade games, scavenger and treasure hunts, volleyball, miniature golf, Bowling, field games such as soccer, dodge ball, lawn games, water balloon toss and Field Day games on Friday! Check out our Week at a Glance – A sample of your weeks activities.

Will there be swimming?
Yes there will be swimming every day (weather permitting of course).

Do you have Lifeguards?
Yes we have lifeguards. We follow state regulations at all times for ratios of Lifeguards to swimmers.

What is your “Lunch Option?”
The lunch option costs $30.00 per camper, lunch will be provided by Fun-Plex everyday for your week at camp. One less thing to worry about! If you do not choose the Lunch Option then you will need to bring a sack lunch daily, labeled with your name, which we will store indoors. Morning snack and afternoon ice cream or Popsicles are provided.

Will my camper be involved with the general public?
Generally Fun-Plex Waterpark & Rides activities are scheduled in the mornings before we open to the public. There will be occasions, chosen carefully to exclude peak busy times, when we will make use of the Fun-Plex attractions. Staff members will be posted at all exits & counselors will be present to keep an eye on campers at all times. Your safety is always our #1 priority.

How do I register?
You will need to fill out a registration form for each child either online or by mail. Your full payment or a $100.00 non refundable deposit is due at the time of registration. If you choose to send just the deposit, this will be applied directly to your camp balance and the remainder is due two weeks prior to your camp session. You will receive a registration confirmation. In addition a signed emergency medical release and history form must be received prior to the first day of camp. These forms can be either printed and mailed or if registering online all forms will be completed in the registration process. There are no exceptions!

Are there any discounts available?
There is an early registration discount – Subtract $35.00 if paid in full by March 31st. Sibling discount: Each additional child in the same family will receive $10.00 off the Camp session price.

What do I bring to camp?
Wear comfortable clothes – We may get dirty with all this fun! Camp shirts will be distributed on the first day of camp. Please wear your camp shirt whenever we are not in the water park. This makes it easy for our counselors to keep track of everyone. Extra camp shirts can be purchased for $10.00.
Swimsuit / Towel / goggles (optional)
Sturdy laced shoes ( flip flops or sandals can only be worn in the water park)
Please apply sunscreen daily before camp, and then bring with, we will make sure it is reapplied when necessary.

What is Scorz Sports Center?
Scorz Sports Center is a sister company to Fun-Plex, located at 7602 Main street in Ralston. Approximately half of a mile from Fun-Plex. We will go to Scorz to Bowl, in an air conditioned and smoke free environment that your camper is sure to enjoy. We will transport by van / bus with counselors on board.

What is your severe weather procedure?
In the event of severe weather during our camp sessions, our campers will be safely and efficiently directed to our storm shelters. Our camp counselors are trained to know what to do during these unexpected circumstances.