Can I stay for less than a week?
While we encourage families to come for a week so they can settle in and enjoy all that camp has to offer, we understand that 5 days away may not be possible for everyone. We do ask that people stay for a minimum of two-nights. We simply ask that you check-in between 10am and 5pm. An extra fee of $20 will be required for after hour check-ins.
Does Camp have computers and printers for us to use?
No. Please bring what you need for school and work.
What can I do at camp?
We have 225 acres with several trails to explore. You may catch and release on our lake if you bring your own fishing poles. We have a rock throwing range, outdoor basketball court, panda ball pit, and athletic field. Our state of the art gym includes a full basketball court, dodgeballs, volleyball nets, and plenty of space to play just about any game you can think up. Enjoy some quiet time in the Chapel and check out our new Mary Grotto dedicated to the Campers of 2020.
What do I need to bring?
If you are staying in SS. Peter and Paul or St. Raphael Lodge you will need to bring your own bedding, pillows, and towels. If you are staying in Bl. Frassati Apartment or St. Teresa Apartment you will need to bring pillows and towels. If you would like to go fishing at Lake Jake (no fishing license needed, all catch and release) please bring your own fishing pole and tackle.
What is the food situation?
Camp Gray is not offering food service at this time. Plan to bring and cook your own food. Each housing option is equipped with a kitchen stocked with pots, pans, and dishes and a refrigerator with a freezer. We are only about 10 minutes from Wisconsin Dells and Baraboo which both have several grocery store and restaurant options if you need something or want to take a night or two off from cooking.
How do I sign up?
To register simply call 608.356.8200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will assist you.
What are Camp Gray’s COVID-19 regulations?
The policies and procedures are posted here and will be revisited and updated regularly. In general, we recommend following the current Sauk County health guidelines, encourage families to wash hands frequently while at camp, and disinfectant and cleaning supplies will be provided for families to use during their stay.
What should I bring for my week at camp?
Please bring food, whatever you need for remote work or school, bedding (if you are staying in St. Raphael’s or St. Peter/Paul), and readiness for a whole lot of fun! Things you may also want to bring are: fishing poles, bikes, scooters, your favorite sports equipment, and a few extra pairs of clothes for those unexpected messy adventures you may take!
Is the consumption of alcohol allowed?
For those of legal age you may consume alcohol responsibly at Camp. We ask that you only consume alcohol in or directly around your rental dwelling.
Can I smoke or use my electric cigarette at Camp?
No. Camp Gray is a smoke free, vape free facility.
Is there a grill available?
We have one charcoal grill that is available for use on a first come, first served basis. Let a Camp Gray staff person know during your stay when you would like to use it and we will make it available to you. You must provide the charcoal, lighter fluid, and matches.