Children's day and overnight camps are regulated by the Ulster County Department of Health according to the State Sanitary Code Subpart 7-2.
The Ulster County Department of Health strives to help children have a rewarding, fun experience at camp while in a safe and healthy environment. Permits are required and camps are inspected at least twice a year.
There are about 30 day and 30 overnight camps in Ulster County serving thousands of children each year.
- Appendix E General Activity Worksheet
- Appendix F Sports
- Appendix G Swimming
- Appendix H Camp Trip Swimming
- Appendix I Boating
- Appendix J Archery
- Appendix K Riflery
- Appendix L Horseback Riding
- Appendix M Rope or Challenge Courses
- Appendix N Camp Trips
- Appendix O Spray Ground Facility Operation and Maintenance
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For further information about any of these programs and services, please call Environmental Health Services