Camp Paperwork

Camp is right around the corner and getting ready is as easy as 1,2,3,4…  just follow along and you will be ready in no time.

Step 1: Important Information

Below are a few important documents such as our packing list, camp policies, and other items. Take a moment to read and familiarize yourself with these items.

Packing List

Check-in list

Camp Policies


Other important links:

Directions to Rowe

Online Payment Page


Step 2: Housing, Photo Release and Community Agreements

Please follow the appropriate link below to read the community agreement for your camper's age level. It is important that both you and your camper have read this document.

Note: Young People's Camp 1 and 2 do not have community agreements.

Community Agreements (YPC 3)

Community Agreements (JHC)

Community Agreements (SHC)


Once you have read the agreement, follow the jotform link below to read and sign our Housing, Diet, and Photo release form. This form must be completed before the start of camp.

Camper Information and Consent Forms 


Step 3: Medical Forms

Please click on the link below to download the required medical and vaccination forms. Forms must be signed and returned before the start of camp.

Medical Forms (pdf)

Upload Completed Forms Here

Step 4: Covid-19 Agreement

Please click on the jotform link below to read and sign our COVID-19 risk agreement. Our full summer 2022 COVID-19 plan is still in progress, but if you would like to review our past COVID-19 Management plan for Youth Camps before signing, the plan is available for review at the link above or on our main camp webpage. This form must be completed before the start of camp.

COVID-19 Risk Agreement


Other Important Information:

The State of Massachusetts requires that all camps provide the informational bulletin on meningococcal disease below:
Meningococcal Disease and Camp Attendees: Commonly Asked Questions (PDF)

The Rowe Center will release campers only to the camper’s parent or legal guardian or an individual designated in writing by the camper’s parent or legal guardian. Please inform the front office at registration if another individual will be picking up your camper.

All camper parents/ guardians they may request copies of background check, health care and discipline policies as well as procedures for filing grievances.

This camp must comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and be licensed by the local board of health.