Meet the Director
A Williston graduate from the class of 2000, Kevin returns to the Williston community after his retirement from the U.S. Army, where he served as both an Intelligence Officer and an Inspector General. Though the mission has changed, his passion for teaching and training young people has not. Kevin’s belief in personal development through experiential learning and exploration is a fundamental element underpinning Camp Wildcat. As a father of three, Kevin has returned to Easthampton and says that he can think of no better place to raise his family and show his children what it means to be united in family, community, and passion. He earned his bachelor’s degree in economics from Hobart and William Smith Colleges, where he also met his wife.
Health & Safety
The health and safety of campers is a top priority of our program. All our counselors and staff are trained in first aid, CPR, and AED usage, and additionally we have an onsite Health and Wellness Center, whose staff includes registered nurses with years of experience in pediatric, emergency, student, and community health care, including Director of Health and Wellness Services Amber Mish. The camp doctor and health care consultant, Peter Elsea, M.D. is board certified in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics and is on the staff of Cooley Dickinson Hospital in nearby Northampton. We also have a Campus Safety staff on campus, who provide 24-hour security coverage, clear safety responses and procedures, and oversee practice safety drills.
When can I register?
Registration opens for all families on Thursday, February 1 at 10 a.m.
What do I need to register?
To be fully enrolled, all campers must have their medical information on file with our medical team. Medical information includes a physician’s report and immunization records. You will also need the name of emergency contacts and provide all of your contact information.
All medical information is required within 14 days of the start of the session.
How do I make payments?
After completing the application, you will have the option of paying the remaining balance by check or credit card. Depending on when you register, payment plans may also be available. All payments are due no later than 30 days prior to the start of your session.
How much is the deposit when I register?
A deposit of $100 is required to complete the reservation process.
What is your refund policy?
If a cancellation is received before May 31, 2024, tuition is refundable. For cancellations received after May 31, 2024, no refund, proration, credit, or reduction shall be given, regardless of the reason for canceling. Campers who begin a session late, depart early, or miss days (whether due to violation of rules, for medical reasons, or at the election of the Student or family) will not receive any refund, proration, credit, or reduction. Deposits are non-refundable. All deposits are non-transferable, including between session(s) and participant(s).
What is the waitlist policy?
Once one of our sessions reaches capacity, our registration portal will indicate such accordingly. Should you choose to join our waitlist, a member of our staff will contact you should space become available.
Is transportation to and from camp available?
Not at this time.
Do you provide lunch and snack?
The food at Camp Wildcat is top notch, and that’s thanks to the folks from our dining vendor, SAGE, whose welcoming staff provides excellent quality service in the Birch Dining Commons. Our food service professionals provide a delicious, nutritious lunch menu as well as a healthy afternoon snack.
This camp must comply with regulations of the MDPH & be licensed by the LBOH