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Q: What Language(s) are used in the camps?

A: The English camp is run in English, and some Spanish and Catalan are used as well.  The rest of the camps are run in Spanish and Catalan.

 

Q: What should I bring?

A: When you are registered, we will send you a list of what you will need here at L’Arcada.

  

Q: Can our children bring money?

A: Campers will not need money. There is nothing for sale during the camp session. Please leave money at home to avoid the risk of losing it.

  

Q: Could our son/daughter be with a friend of theirs at the camp?

A: Each camper can choose one friend with whom they would like to be housed.  They should be of the same gender and the same age (no more than one year difference.)  The friends need to choose each other mutually... if this does not happen we cannot guarantee housing them together.  If there is a large group of friends they should sign up two by two. We reserve the right to house the groups the best way we see fit for the well being of the camp in general.  Arrival day there will be no changes in the groups.

  

Q: What time should we come to bring our son or daughter to camp?

A: When you are completely registered, you will receive an acceptance letter containing this and other information.

  

Q: What do you do at L’Arcada?

A: These are some typical camp activities:  pool and water slide, archery, hiking and backpacking, games, ropes courses, initiatives, a lot of friends and much more. There is a short time each day when we talk with the campers about interesting topics from a Christian perspective.

  

Q: Can I call during the week to see how my child is doing?

A: It is better that you do not call, so that you do not disturb the rhythm of the camp.  We will contact you if a situation arises concerning your camper.  If you have an emergency or need to communicate with us, you can call the L’Arcada office at 972.58.02.78 or send us an email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  

Q: Can I come up to see my child during the week of camp?

A: We're sorry, but no. Visitation would greatly interfere in the rhythm of the camp session. If you would like to know how your son or daughter is doing or to communicate something important to them, you can call to the camp office or write an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.