Camper Forms

For the safety of your camper, there is an information form that is required to attend camp. Every camper, once enrolled, has an online account and this camper forms can be accessed through this online account.

To access your account, simply click the Login link at the top of the website. After you enter your login information, click on ‘Forms and Documents’ under the Forms Dashboard and there you will see which form(s) are needed for your camper.

We have combined all of our previous forms into one single one that can be filled out entirely online (Health History and Permission to Treat).  If you have returning campers, the online Health History will be saved from last summer.  This form will need to be reviewed, updated and signed for every year your camper returns to Mountain Camp Woodside.

All of the forms are due two (2) weeks prior to the start of your camper’s session.  Please click here for a short video on Filling Out Your Camper Forms.  

The required forms for Overnight Camp are:

  • Health History (online form) which includes:
    • Immunization Record (online only and entered in the Health History – no paper records will be accepted)
    • Permission to Treat (online form)
  • Copies of Insurance Cards (front and back)
  • COVID-19 Vaccination card (photo uploaded)

The required form for Day Camp are:

  • Health History (online form) which includes:
    • Permission to Treat (online form)

Here are some quick instructions on How to Complete Your Camper Forms.

Additional forms for optional activities can also be found for:

  • Swim Lessons

Please contact the camp office if you have any questions.
Phone: (650) 576-CAMP (2267)
Fax: (650) 681-0007 – for Camper Forms only
E-Mail: [email protected]

Additional Information

Mountain Camp Woodside’s Immunization Policy

Mountain Camp Woodside requires that all campers be immunized per the 2019 CDC Recommended Immunization Schedule as prevention for all communicable diseases such as Influenza, Measles, Whooping Cough, Chicken Pox, etc. Medical exemptions can be made with a physician’s statement outlining the specific nature of the physical condition or medical circumstance of the child for which a licensed physician does not recommend immunization, each specific required vaccine that is being exempted and whether the medical exemption is permanent or temporary. If your child develops symptoms of any communicable diseases, they will be masked, quarantined and sent home immediately. Mountain Camp Woodside reserves the right to send unvaccinated campers home in the event of a communicable disease outbreak.