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How many campers will be at this Camp-In?
A minimum of 50 victims, er, campers, but no more than 100 maximum. You must provide a minimum of one adult chaperone for every 10 child campers attending in your group. If HSC cancels the camp due to low attendance, you will be notified by Oct. 20 and given a full refund of the registration fee.

What kind of activities will we do during the Camp-In?
You’ll engage in lots of activities from our grossest programs, like the
, , and , including dissecting fresh animal organs, making snot, and isolating your own DNA.

How do we sign up for a Camp-In?
Please call to request a regurgitation, er, registration form. Or download a registration form and submit it by fax or mail.

How much does it cost?
An arm and a leg, or $40 for each camper 6 years and older. Adults, $20. Price includes food (dinner, snack, and breakfast), activity fees, and admission to the exhibit hall.

What will we eat?
We’ll serve a slab of cheese pizza and some plant items for your last meal (of the day). Snack on hippie food and juice before bed. Munch on cereal, fruit, and juice if you wake in the morning. Snack and soda machines are available. Campers with special dietary needs should bring their own blood, er, meals. (refrigeration and microwave available)

When can we arrive?
Campers should arrive between 5:30 and 6:15pm on Oct. 28. Dinner is served at 6:30pm. Leave by 10:00am the following morning, or you may become a permanent exhibit.

What about chaperones?
Every group is required to provide a minimum of one adult chaperone for every ten children. There is a special rate of $20 per chaperone for the Camp-In. Chaperones help maintain order and assist campers to complete activities.

What do we need to bring?
All campers must bring a body bag, sleeping bag, coffin, or warm blanket to sleep in and basic toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, etc.). There are no shower facilities available.

Where will we sleep?
If they can sleep, all campers will sleep on carpeted floors, among the exhibits.

Is the building secure?
Yes. Our building will be locked after 8:00pm. In an emergency, leave a message on the Camp-In Hotline. We will check messages once an hour during the camp.

Is on-site parking available?
Free overnight parking is available in the HSC lot, but the lot is not guarded.

I still have questions!
Call the Creepy Camp-In Registrar. We’ll answer them.