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General Camp Information and Guidelines

All buildings at Walker Creek are accessible and some have been adapted for disabled access.

  • Cancellations until JULY 22 are subject to a $50 cancellation fee.
  • Cancellations between JULY 22 until AUGUST 7 are subject to a 50% cancellation fee.
  • After August 7, fees are nonrefundable.

(Posted April 29, 2024)

There is no cell service at Walker Creek, however there is WIFI available. There is a landline and we will get an emergency call in number for family and friends closer to the date of camp.

  • Children and teens are welcome at Born to Drum if accompanied by an adult who is a registered and paid attendee at camp. Children under 4 attend for free. Children between 4-10 attend for approximately 50% of the adult fee. Please read carefully the following safety information:
  • Walker Creek is a 1700-acre property with many buildings, a pond, creeks, and wild animals (both day and night sightings of coyotes, foxes, and raccoons).
  • Boys 10 years and younger are welcome to come to Born To Drum.
  • Teens who can attend classes independently, or with their moms, and who can safely navigate Walker Creek Ranch, are welcome.
  • Given the size and nature of this year’s location, children under 12 or any youth who need supervision, will need to be under the supervision of an adult. We have a separate waiver for children and will ask on the registration form what adults will be taking care of the children.
  • Thank you for understanding the limitations on our ability to accommodate children this year.

(Updated on April 29, 2024)

We are not requiring vaccinations this year, but we strongly recommend them. Please take a look at current CDC and WHO guidelines as we get closer to camp. We will recommend wearing masks at all indoor events.

There is a pond at Walker Creek.  It is only open for swimming when a lifeguard is on duty.  We have booked the pond for our use on Saturday and Sunday after lunch.  Other than that, the pond will be off limits for us. (Updated on April 29, 2024)

To ensure that all patrons have a wonderful time, and to protect the health and safety of our community, we reserve the right to refuse attendance.