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Are there any discounts offered?
Can Teams attend?
Yes teams can attend and will receive a $25.00 discount if 3 or more come from the same team attend the camp.
What is the camp refund policy?
Two weeks before the start of the camp that you are attending is the camp refund deadline. After this date 0% is refunded unless there is medical documentation.
What forms are required in order for my child to participate?
Proof of Insurance and Release of Liability
What items should my child bring to camp?
Proper workout Clothes, proper shoes, fan, bathroom needs, towels, snack food, event shoes, and spending money. If you are a thrower you must bring your own implements. If you are a pole vaulter you must bring your own poles.
Where and when is check in?
Resident campers check-in at Territorial Hall from 1:00pm-2:30pm
What do I get when I come to camp?
You will receive a camp t-shirt, water bottle and spike bag.
How do I get to camp? (Driving directions)
Links will be provided with in the camp details of the camp that you choose to attend.
Is there a medical staff at camp?
Yes, there will be a certified University of Minnesota Athletic Trainer at the camp.
Can my High School Coach observe camp?
Yes, High School Coaches can come for free and observe the track sessions. Please have them contact Camp Director Matt Bingle at firstname.lastname@example.org
What do I do If I am flying to the Camp?
You will want to fly into the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport. Then you can either take a taxi or the Super Shuttle to Cenntenial Hall. The phone number to Super Shuttle is 612-827-7777 so that you can get a price quote. The Address of Cenntenial Hall is: 614 Delaware St. SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455
What is a typical day like?
Daily Schedule for Minnesota Boys & Girls Resident Cross Country Camp:
Daily Schedule for Minnesota Boys and Girls Cross Country Day Camp:
What meals are provided?
Resident Campers will have all of their meals provided while they are at camp starting with dinner on the first day and ending with breakfast on the last day.
Day Campers will get lunch each day, except on the last day of camp due to checkout being at Noon.