Refund Policy

There will be no cash refunds for cancelled campers. Camp credit will be offered towards a future Wingate Cross Country Camp.

Attendance Policy

All Wingate Cross Country Camps are open to any and all entrants of middle school or high school age, on a first come first served basis.

Inclement Weather Policy

Camp will operate rain or shine. There is no rain date scheduled. In the case of severe weather, the camp athletic trainer will be responsible for determining when campers must move inside.

What Should I Bring?

Linens (twin sheets, pillow, pillow case & towels)
Running clothes & shoes
Water Bottle
Rain Gear
Casual Clothes
Swim suit
Pool towel
Time Trial Safari Theme Attire
Yoga Mat (if you want to use your own personal mat)
Personal items (soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, sunscreen, insect repellent etc.)
Paper & pencil (for taking notes)
Spending money for Book Store, Starbucks, etc.

Alarm clock, radio, tvs etc.
Laundry Detergent

Any medication, allergy EpiPens, etc.- Head Trainer MUST be notified of any of these!

Will Meals Be Provided?

Yes, lunch will be served for all campers in the WT Harris Dining Hall on campus. Overnight campers will also receive breakfast and dinner in the dining hall.

Camp Shirt

Each camper registering by June 10 2019 will receive a camp shirt at camp check-in.

Contact Us

All questions can be emailed to a staff member. Please address the subject of the email with "Wingate Cross Country Camp."

Injury/ Sickness While at Camp

In the event of an injury or an illness while at camp, each camper will be evaluated by the head athletic trainer. He/she may recommend that the camper sit out a session or revisit the training room before the next session. Campers are expected to follow the advice of the trainer as it would be in their best interest to do so. Parents please stress to your camper that he/she drink a lot of fluids while at camp and that they should see the trainer if they experience any sort of discomfort.

Are Dorms Air Conditioned?


Where do Day Campers Check-In?

Check in for day campers will be at the same location that campers should be dropped off each morning. This location is at the Woodall Sports Medicine Center that is adjacent to the soccer field and softball field.

Where Are Day Campers Picked-Up in the Afternoon?

Day campers will be picked-up from the overnight camper dorm in the afternoon.

Direct contact between parents and camp counselors ensures a safe departure as well as providing an opportunity for camp counselors to touch-base directly with parents on a daily basis. For these reasons, we ask that parents (or supervising adult) sign campers in out directly with a camp counselors. The assigned camp counselor will carry the sign out sheet with them each day. Please be sure a responsible adult is available to check campers out of camp each day.

At check in we ask for you to list up to three adults who are allowed to pick up your child from camp in addition to the parents you will list on the Camper Information Form. If an adult arrives to pick up a camper that we do not know, they will be asked to show photo ID that we can match to the names on your form before we can release the child to them. If, for some reason, you would like an adult that is not on your list to be allowed to pick up your child, please send a signed note to camp with your athlete or let us know in person when you drop your child off for the day. Please be sure to include which date(s) this person will pick up your child. You may update your pick-up and emergency contact list as often as you need to throughout camp.

Where do Overnight Campers Check-In?

Campers will check in at the tent located outside of the camp dorm (Alumni Hall- See "Documents" page for a campus map). Camp staff will tell you everything you need to know and give you your room key before heading up to your room.