We provide transportation to and from camp throughout most of our service area. Our most popular towns are served by one or more centralized stops. Due to the increased cost of fuel and drivers, we will assess a $50 fee per week per child to access our transportation network.

As of May 2nd, we expect to publish detailed instructions on how to sign your family up for bus transportation in the next week or two.

Below is a list of our anticipated bus stops and times. This is subject to change as summer gets closer and we fine-tune the routes to meet the needs of folks who have signed up. If you require transportation and none of these stops will meet yours needs, please reach out to us and we will try to accommodate you.

Bus 1 Schedule

LocationMorning Pickup TimeAfternoon Dropoff Time
Marshalls/Home Goods Plaza
1139 Silas Deane Hwy
Wethersfield, CT 06109
7:395:20
Hebron Avenue School
1363 Hebron Ave
Glastonbury, CT 06033
7:535:06
St. Dunstan’s Church
1345 Manchester Rd
Glastonbury, CT 06033
8:014:58
Gilead Hill School
580 Gilead St
Hebron, CT 06248
8:154:44
Ted's Food Center
127 Main St
Hebron, CT 06248
8:244:35
Saint Columba Church
328 CT-66
Columbia, CT 06237
8:344:25
ECSU Baseball Field
Mansfield City Rd/High Street
Mansfield/Willimantic Border
8:464:14
Freedom Green
Lebanon Square
Mansfield Center, CT 06250
8:534:07

Bus 2 Schedule

LocationMorning Pickup TimeAfternoon Dropoff Time
Oakland Pizza
289 Oakland Rd
South Windsor, CT 06074
8:005:00
St. Bridget School
80 Main St
Manchester, CT 06042
8:104:50
South United Methodist Church
1226 Main St
Manchester, CT 06040
8:184:42
Bolton Park & Ride
Morancy Road
Bolton Notch (Westbound)
Bolton, CT 06043
8:264:34
Highland Park Market
1721 Boston Turnpike
Coventry, CT 06238

(Dropoff across 44)
Second Congregational Church
1746 Boston Tpk,
Coventry, CT 06238
8:35 (Highland Park)4:25 (Second Congregational)
Coventry High School
78 Ripley Hill Rd
Coventry, CT 06238
8:454:15

Bus 3 Schedule

LocationMorning Pickup TimeAfternoon Dropoff Time
Center School
49 Main St
Ellington, CT 06029
7:475:13
Ellington Pizza
188 Windsorville Rd
Ellington, CT 06029
7:555:05
Center Road School
20 Center Rd
Vernon, CT 06066
8:044:56
Big Y Market
33 Fieldstone Commons
Tolland, CT 06084
8:154:45
Hall Memorial School
111 River Rd
Willington, CT 06279
8:264:34
Center Elementary School
12 Old Farms Rd
Willington, CT 06279
8:354:25
Jorgenson Auditorium
Southbound Shuttle Stop
2132 Hillside Rd
Storrs, CT 06268
8:484:12
E.O. Smith High School
1235 Storrs Rd
Storrs, CT 06268
8:544:06
How are campers transported?

A trusted local bus company provides professional, state licensed school bus drivers. Campers are transported in full-sized yellow school buses. We operate 3-4 buses, transporting campers from most areas within 30 miles of camp. We also own 3 vans, driven by select members of our camp staff who are specially trained and supervised.

Can I choose a different stop for pick-up and drop-off? Or different stops on different days?

Yes. We have transportation software that allows great flexibility and enables us to be sure that your camper(s) board the correct bus each morning and afternoon. We print a new bus list for every run. Its best to give us a day’s notice, but we can manage with less. To make an afternoon change in the same day, or for a change for the next morning, we’d like to hear from you before 3:00 p.m. to best give us a day’s notice, but we can manage with less.

Do you have bus monitors?

Yes. A camp staff member (occasionally 2) monitors behavior on the bus, and to be sure that campers are released properly at the appropriate bus stop. Staff members will cross the road with campers whenever campers need to cross. Buses use the same safety/warning lights that they use during the school year. In addition, many of our staff ride our buses to work. They are always on duty when in the presence of our campers, even when they are not the designated bus counselor.

Do you offer door-to-door pick-ups?

We are no longer able to provide door-to-door transportation. The post-pandemic added cost of transporting campers dictates that we must run our busses on the most efficient routes possible.

What happens if I am late to meet the bus in the afternoon?

Unless you have signed a form giving your camper(s) permission to wait for you alone, the camper will not be left at the bus stop. The bus counselor will wait for 2 minutes, and then call the camp to let us know they are continuing on their route with the camper on board. We will try to reach you, and you will probably be calling us, as well. When we are in communication, we will creatively hook you up with your camper. Sometimes it means your having to drive to the end of the route. More often than not, we can make a connection at a subsequent stop, or have the bus bring the camper back to your location when the route is completed. In the rare case that we have not heard from you by the end of the route, the bus will bring the camper back to camp and we will continue to try to reach you or someone you have indicated as an emergency contact.

How are bus stops determined?

Many campers board the bus as early as 8:00 am, so we choose just a stop or two in each town to reduce travel time. As the buses near camp, we adjust the routes according to enrollment in each individual session. Some buses are full before they enter our local radius and they come straight to camp with no local stops. Also, our camp vans offer us more flexibility, allowing us to sometimes serve families in outlying tows with smaller camper populations.