WHAT IS INCLUDED IN CAMP TUITION?
Camp tuition includes all of the camper’s track time and training. Also included in tuition is dry camping (you have to bring your own trailer, RV, tent, ect). Camp tuition includes 3 dinners, a CampREV t-shirt and a water bottle/cup. Dodge ball and tug-a-war events also included.
WHO ARE THE TRAINERS?
Every camp will have it's own group of top level trainers, as CampREV prides itself as a World Class Motocross Training Camp. Trainers will be added to each “Camp Page” as they become available.
DO I HAVE TO BE A CHRISTIAN TO COME TO CAMP?
No, you do not have to be a Christian to attend CampREV; however, you need to know that this is a Christian program and that its foundation is a faith in Jesus Christ. While you do not have to be a Christian, all campers are asked to be respectful of our program.
WHAT AGE RANGES ARE MOST CAMPERS?
This varies from camp to camp and region to region; however, we always have groups that include 50cc to intermediates. There are typically 6 groups and anywhere from 10 to 20 riders in each group. Moreover, campers' ages vary from youngsters all the way up to dads that want to get in on the riding action! The only riders we are not set up for are true beginners that are just learning how to ride. Most campers are either racing or getting ready to race. At the very least they are able to get around the track unassisted.
CAN WE CAMP AT THE TRACK THE NIGHT BEFORE CAMP OPENS?
Most of the time the track is open to camping the night before; however, it is up to the track manager. Please contact the track about camping the night before camp starts and the night after camp is over.
DO I HAVE TO BUY A MEAL PLAN?
Every camper will receive dinner each night of camp, but we do give the option of family members to eat with us by purchasing a Meal Plan. These additional Meal Plans are for family members of the campers, NOT CAMPERS.
WHAT HAPPENS IF IT RAINS?
CampREV is committed to providing, world-class motocross camps and training. However, as all our camps take place outdoors, we may be forced to move or, on rare occasions, cancel certain camps in severe weather. Safety is our first priority. We will always do our best to make sure camp goes on as planned, but if weather becomes dangerous to our campers, families and staff, riding may be canceled altogether.
WHAT IS YOUR RAIN OUT POLICY?If we have to reschedule a camp due to weather, you will have 10 days from the date of the reschedule email being sent to contact us about a full refund. If you do not contact us within those 10 days, you will be subject to a $100.00 cancelation fee.
IF we experience rain while at camp, our refund policy is as follows: There will be a $60.00 administration fee charged for complete rain outs; 1 day of training completed will result in a 50% of tuition fee; 2 or more days of training completed will result in no refund.