Camp operators should review the Dutchess County Department of Behavioral & Community Health Compliance Tip Sheet for a list of items to have prepared for camp inspections.
Please note: this is not a complete list of items that will be reviewed during your children’s camp inspection.
Required items to submit for a camp permit prior to operation.
Additional forms and resources may apply to your camp.
All the documents required for a permit to operate a children’s camp, may be found on this website.
If you have further questions or cannot access the forms, please contact the Department of Behavioral & Community Health at 845-486-3404.
For overnight children’s camps that operate for seven (7) or more consecutive nights, the operator/director must distribute (and maintain proof of distribution) meningococcal disease and vaccination information to camper’s parents.