Frequently Asked Questions

How can I keep in touch with my camper(s)?

There are three ways you can keep in touch with your camper. 1) You can email Bunk Notes to your camper and view pictures of what is going on while they are at camp by registering online. 2) You can bring mail with you to registration marked with the day you want it delivered. 3) You can send mail during the week to: Camper’s Name, Lutherhill, PO Box 99, La Grange, TX 78945

How do I send a Bunk Note to my camper?

Once you register, sign in and click on the Bunk Notes button. Select your camper through the search feature, type your message, and hit “Send.”

Can other relatives use these services?

Certainly. Once you have set up your account, you will be able to invite friends and family to access these services.

When will I get a Reply from my camper(s)?

You will only receive a Reply from your child once he/she writes the note on the Bunk Reply stationary, turns it in to the camp office, and it is faxed into the system. Some campers will not write a response immediately and some may not write at all. Please be patient. Bunk Notes offers an option to purchase Bunk Reply stationary once you register.

Does it cost to use Bunk Reply?

It costs a total of 2 credits for you to send Bunk Reply Stationary to your camper and receive a Bunk Reply in return. Alternatively, you can pay a flat fee to pre-print an unlimited amount of Bunk Reply Stationary, before camp starts, to send with your camper to camp.

When do the campers receive mail?

We will print emails Monday through Friday at 10 a.m. and the campers will receive the message at lunch that day.

When will I get a Reply from my camper?

You will only receive a Reply from your child once he/she writes the note, turns it in to the camp office, and it is faxed into the system. Some campers will not write a response immediately and some may not write at all. Please be patient.

How do I view pictures?

Once you register, sign in and click on the Photo Gallery button. Click on any “Image Folder” to see the pictures. There is no cost to view pictures.

Can I pick my camper up during the week for other activities?

We discourage parents from taking campers away from camp programs during the week. Campers miss fun activities and their absence affects the quality of camp for them, their friends, and cabin mates. All visitors MUST  check-in at the camp office.

What if my camper takes medication?

We have a trained Health Care Manager onsite 24 hours a day to take care of any medical needs your child may have. All medications will be turned into our Health Care Manager at registration. Please leave all medication in its original container and put it in a zip-lock bag with your camper’s name on it. The Health Care Manager will distribute medication when needed, per your instructions, to your camper. We have a fully stocked Health Center with routine over-the-counter medications.

What happens if my camper should need Emergency Medical Treatment?

Should your camper need to visit a doctor’s office or hospital while attending camp, we will make sure they receive the proper treatment and notify you immediately. Any co-payments incurred during their stay will be billed to you.