September 3rd – 5th, 2020
The Annual Weekend Getaway at Camp Livingston is full of fun for everyone in the family!
You will have the opportunity to swim in the pool, kayak, canoe, water-slide, and play on the inflatables at the lake, challenge yourself of the high ropes course and climbing wall, choose from a wide variety of sports, and make crafts to take home to remember the weekend… Tie-Dye!!! We will have campfires and sleep in the cabins, making this a truly authentic summer camp experience.
Kids of all ages are welcome.
$115 per adult, $100 per child (Under 18)
Arrival: 4pm or later on September 3rd
Departure: after Lunch on September 5th
Pets are NOT permitted at Camp Livingston.
Traditionally, the weather in early September is warm and sunny. Most of our buildings are not air-conditioned and as such, during the midday it can be rather warm inside the cabins and dining hall. It is important that you bring lightweight, light colored clothing to wear, a proper sunhat (covering neck and with a visor) and wear sufficient sunscreen while at Camp. Conversely, it is also important to bring a rain jacket (and pants, if possible) and rain boots for those possible rainy days at Camp. We also strongly recommend a water bottle.
The Camp provides three nutritious full meals plus daily snacks.
Food inside cabins will attract small animals to your cabin. If you intend on bringing snacks for you or your kids, please bring a sealed container to store your items. As the Camp is a nut aware environment, we ask that you refrain from bringing any food products that may contain nuts. If any of your family members have any further dietary restrictions, please indicate this
information on the registration form. Camp Livingston accommodates gluten free, lactose free, Vegan, Vegetarian and other dietary requests.
Due to the physical surroundings of the Camp – rocks, hills and a lot of tree roots, it is very important to wear proper shoes to prevent any accident. Open toed or soft soled shoes for little ones should not be worn except at the waterfront areas. We also
strongly encourage that you wear water shoes in the lake during swimming. There are stones especially in the shallow area.
5. CONTACTING THE CAMP
If you have any questions, problems, etc., please contact us by e-mail at email@example.com
As many of you are aware, the Delta variant of Covid-19 has been spreading across the country and the world. In order to keep you and our staff safe and each person in the group comfortable, we want to remind you of our current updated Covid-19 safety protocols. These protocols have been developed with guidance from the CDC, our local health department, and a hard working Medical committee composed of local and regional doctors.
Masks will be required in all indoor areas. As we are predominantly an outdoor venue, there are not too many indoor areas and we will be spending most of our time outdoors.
Indoor masking by area:
Beit am (rec hall) – masks required
Office – closed to visitors
Chadar (Dining Hall) – masks required upon entry. Our kitchen window where food will be picked up has a plexiglass barrier so there will be no exposure to our kitchen staff who is vaccinated. We ask that you wear a mask while moving about the Chadar.
Cabins – Please keep the overhead fan on in your cabin at all times.
Bathhouses – our bathrooms/shower houses are free standing. Each shower has a separate changing stall and shower. You do not need to use a mask while using the facility but for everyone’s comfort we ask that you wear a mask when entering the building.
Our staff is 100% vaccinated however for their comfort and safety and yours we ask that you keep an appropriate distance from our staff when possible unless masked.
We have installed hands free water bottle filling stations around camp. Please bring a water bottle or you can purchase one in our canteen. This helps keep us germ free while helping keep landfills free of non-refillable plastic bottles. We have also installed hand sanitizing stations on each cabin and in all areas of camp. We ask that you please use these regularly while you are enjoying your time at Camp Livingston.
We had a wildly successful summer season with similar protocols and we know you will have a wildly fun and safe weekend enjoying our community camp!
Directions to Camp Livingston From Cincinnati
Take I-75 South to I-74 West (or use Ronald Reagan West) to I-275 South. Exit I-275 at EXIT 16 (Lawrenceburg). Turn left at U.S. 50. Travel 6 miles on U.S. 50 and turn Left on U.S. 56 after entering a town called Aurora. Follow U.S. 56 for 20 miles (along river, through Rising Sun, and eventually up hill away from river.) Turn right on U.S. 250 at the flashing red light in East Enterprise. Travel 6 miles on U.S. 250 and make a left on Fairview Rd. (before blue water tower). Travel 9/10 of a mile on Fairview Rd., and make a right on Nell Lee Rd. Travel 2 1/2 miles to Camp entrance on Left across from the Camp Livingston sign.