Nick CastroLang goes for a walk at camp with his five-year-old daughter and infant son.
Just as faiths vary in their perspectives about opening their buildings for worship, so do camps of the faith communities.
The camps are making decisions about opening based on their facilities and the feasibility of keeping spaces sanitized so campers are physically distanced and safe.
Some camps are closing. Some camps are offering alternative programs for families, individuals and congregations because they have spaces that allow people to be separated. Some camps are opening but expect fewer campers. Some camps were still deciding by press time.
The Fig Tree contacted the area camps and includes stories of those who responded to share their discernment process and plans. . . . . . . .