Campers love to hear from family and friends while they are enjoying their time at Camp. Here’s how to communicate with your favourite camper.
Mail: It is important that campers receive mail frequently, even if it is only a postcard.
Send mail to: Camper Name, The Susquehannock Camps, 2308 Tripp Lake Road, Brackney, PA 18812, USA
All campers must write a letter home on Sundays. Parents are encouraged to send their child to camp with paper, envelopes and stamps.
Letters written by international campers will be scanned and emailed to their parents. This will ensure all mail reaches you in a timely manner.
Packages that are sent to campers may not contain food, candy or any perishables. If something like this is sent, the Package Counselor will close the food in a plastic container to be stored in the Office until closing day.
E-mails: Campers can receive one-way emails through the email service “Bunk 1”. The e-mails will be printed out and put in the camper’s camp mailbox. The “Bunk 1” system does not support characters that would not appear in the alphabet used by the English language. Please e-mail email@example.com if you will be using another alphabet to write e-mails.
To use “Bunk 1” go to www.Bunk1.com
RETURNING PARENTS will login using their email address and password.
NEW PARENTS will click “Need an account or have an invitation code? ” and complete the basic form. Look in your welcome mailing to find the invitation code, or email firstname.lastname@example.org and request the code.
Telephone calls: Campers are not permitted make or receive calls, with the exception of a birthday or an emergency. Please contact the Directors if there is a problem. The Directors are happy to speak to you by phone if you are “child sick!” Phone calls to international campers will no longer be allowed, unless it is their birthday.