A Safe Place for Kids to Enjoy Summer Day Camp

General Questions (9)

Below are general frequently asked questions about Kids Quest Summer Day Camps.

Kids Quest is located on Potter's Ranch property at 5194 Beaver Rd, Union, KY 41091.
Please click here to view an example schedule of activities. In the event of inclement weather, we make use of our indoor facilities and have alternative activities. Storm shelters are used when necessary. When it is exceptionally hot campers are encouraged to drink plenty of water. Other activities may be toned down as necessary and use our shady grove and picnic pavilion.
Drop-off and Buses arrive at 8:45 a.m. The camp daily activity schedule begins at 9:00 a.m. Our daily schedule concludes and Pick-up is at 4:00 p.m.
Feel free to call camp anytime you have a question or need to communicate anything to camp regarding your child. Our office hours are between 8:00am and 5:00pm Monday through Saturday. 859-586-5475
There are 10 campers per group with a Head Counselor participating in activities, meals and staying together for the week.
Yes, every meal is made from our full time executive chef and kitchen staff with alternative options available with salads, vegetables & fruits. Please call our office to let us know of any food allergies your camper has at 859-586-5475.
Yes. We operate year round, so give us a call at 859-586-5475 to schedule an appointment.
The following steps are taken:
  • Establishing and stating clear guidelines up front.
  • Reinforcing proper behavior.
  • At first offense, give clear warning.
  • Time out or take away privileges.
  • Take problem to the Administrative Staff.
  • Send home - It is a general policy that any child requiring more time than we have to give or negatively affecting other camper's experience will be sent home.
  • Give offender “way back” into good graces.
*Steps can be skipped according to seriousness of situation.
A detailed list can be viewed here.

Health & Safety Questions (6)

At Kids Quest, there is a nurse on staff to handle any medical issues. Here are some frequently asked questions about your child and their health at camp.

These documents are part of the camper application and registration forms. All children must have these documents on file with the camp health office in order to attend camp.
Activities are designed with safety features in place. Staff are trained in risk management. We are accredited by the Christian Camp & Association, the standard of the industry, for safety practices.
We are a gated facility, no one comes on property without receiving a gate code from our office staff. A strict policy that everyone must be approved for visiting. Trained security staff is on property at all times.
Any time your child visits the health office for any reason, an email explaining the incident will be sent to the parent. Urgent issues will be relayed by a phone call to a parent.
The camp does not have a camp Epipen to be used without written consent of a parent. If a child has a severe allergy or parents are concerned because of a strong family history, parents should send a doctor prescribed epipen to camp. All Epipens in the health office are documented prescriptions for specific children.
Medications can be administered by the health office staff only if they are sent in the original container and with a note of signed consent from the parent. All medications in the health office are kept under lock and key.

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