Frequently asked questions

Please drop off your camper 10-15 minutes prior to the start of camp each day to allow for parking and to allow your child sufficient time to check-in with his or her staff coach and reach the fields. On the first day of registration only, we recommend that you arrive 20-30 minutes prior to the start time to allow additional time for the registration process and paperwork.

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We recommend that you pack 1 large water bottle, 1-2 pairs of extra socks, an extra T-shirt, Soccer footwear/running shoes, shinguards, sunscreen and bug spray. For the Full Day camp bring lunch and for the Half Day camp a snack. We will have additional running water available to refill water bottles. We also recommend that you apply sunscreen and bugspray just prior to drop-off. We will remind your child to re-apply sunscreen mid-day.

On the last day of camp, we hold theme games. We invite all parents and family to watch the last-day activities and showcase your camper's new skills! We recommend that parents arrive on the last day an hour before if you wish to watch the your child's scrimmages, and the awards ceremony.

Yes, we will hold camp even if it rains. We will have tents on-site to accommodate the campers and will run soccer activities under high supervision. However, we will also play in a light rain if it poses no danger to the children. In case of lighting or Thunder players will be inside and decision will be made based on the weather to contact the parents. Safety is our number one priority.

No, we do not provide childcare before or after the camp times, and therefore ask that you promptly arrive for pick-ups.

For directions, please use Google map based on the name of the venue. Please visit our Dates page for directions as well.

The Camp Director is certified in First Aid, CPR, and AED. For the Full day and Half day programs, a Medical Kit will be onsite for the use of an emergency. We also keep a detail record for those players that need EpiPen assistance or food allergies.

We ask that you please call Camp Director Jorge Pardo at 496-3579 (cell) or email the camp at to relay any absences so that the staff can be aware of the situation being related by the Director.

Yes, Caramba is in compliance with state laws and regulations as a youth skills camp for the safety and welfare of its campers.