LABOR DAY WEEKEND CAMP REGISTRATION IS CLOSED

Sample Labor Day Weekend Camp Schedule*

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Monday
Labor Day
 8:30am – Breakfast8:30am – Breakfast8:30am – Breakfast
Tot Lot
Archery
Arts & Crafts
Family Feud
Tot Lot
Nature Walk
Tie-Dye
Field Games
12:30pm – Lunch12:30pm – LunchPlease empty
accommodations by 10am
 Arrive between 2pm and 5pm

Swimming Hole Open Swimming Hole Open
6:00pm – Dinner6:00pm – Famous Feather River BBQ6:00pm – Dinner 
Disco Bingo

Line Dancing

Ping Pong Tournament

 

* subject to change

Inner tube rentals and horseback riding available for an additional fee.

First meal of the weekend is dinner on Friday. Feel free to arrive as early as 2:00pm on Friday.
Last meal of the weekend is breakfast on Monday.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT LABOR DAY WEEKEND CAMP

Labor Day Weekend Camp includes three nights of accommodation, with arrival on Friday afternoon and departure on Monday (Labor Day). While you are welcome to arrive a day late or depart a day early, we are not able to provide pro-rated registration fees for shorter stays.

During Labor Day Weekend Camp, we offer a more limited selection of the camp activities offered during summer Family Camp sessions, and campers can choose to participate in as many or as few as they wish. The Tot Lot will be available for potty-trained children ages 2 to 5, and older children will be able to choose from two staff-supervised programs each morning (such as arts and crafts, archery, or field games). Our lifeguarded swimming hole is open in the afternoons, and we offer evening programs each night such as disco bingo, line dancing, or a ping pong tournament. Horseback riding and inner tube rentals are also available for an additional fee.

Our menu changes weekly, but this sample Family Camp menu provides an example of typical meals served at camp. We also always have cereal, peanut butter and jelly/sandwich fixin’s, and fruit available at all times of the day. Coffee is served until early afternoon, and water, lemonade, iced tea and hot tea are available from sun up until late into the evening. As long as campers indicate on their registration form that they are gluten-free, vegetarian or vegan, we are able to accommodate these dietary restrictions. We also sometimes are able to work around other special diets and we have a separate mini-kitchen – equipped with a refrigerator, sink, stove-top, toaster oven and microwave – for campers to use if someone in your family has a more restrictive diet and you need to bring your own food to prepare. This dietary kitchen is available 24/7 to campers.

 

Due to being tucked away in a valley a bit away from the mountain town of Quincy, we do NOT have wifi available for campers. After a day at OFRC, you won’t even miss it! Campers who need internet access often drive or bike to Quincy, which is about 5 miles away. Cell service carriers do not work on most of the property. When you arrive, we are happy to show you where in camp people usually get the best signal. And with a short walk or drive out our entrance road, you’ll get full bars. Enjoy being disconnected from work, the news and the outside world and truly slow down, relax, and enjoy camp life!

Our cozy, rustic platform tents and cabins are a staple of the OFRC experience. Due to fire marshal requirements, our cabins are limited to 3 twin beds and our tents are limited to 4 cots. Cabins can accommodate up to 4 campers and tents can accommodate up to 5 campers if your family includes young children who can comfortably share a twin bed or cot. During registration, campers can select accommodations with or without electricity, make a request for a specific tent or cabin, and make a request to be near other registered parties. Below you can see several photos of our onsite accommodations.

A CAMPER TENT AT DUSK

PLATFORM TENT INTERIOR

PLATFORM TENT EXTERIOR

PLATFORM TENT AT DAWN

CABIN INTERIOR

CABIN EXTERIOR