TRANSPORT

+ How do I get to camp?

The best way to get to camp is via the Camp Wonderful Bus from NYC to Camp, complete with sing-a-longs and new friends. If you’d prefer, there’s also the option of driving or riding with a friend. Bus tickets for each session are on sale now on our Eventbrite pages. Parking passes will go on sale in late July/early August!

+ Book a bus to camp

Bus tickets for each session are on sale now on our Eventbrite pages. You can find all the info here.

+ Change your bus booking

You must contact Eventbrite to cancel your bus ride if you no longer need it. Refunds are available up to 30 days before departure. Tickets in your name cannot be transferred to another passenger.

+ How much baggage can I bring on the bus?

To make sure everyone has enough room on the bus, we allow everyone to have one piece of baggage in the hold and one bag on board the bus. If you have sports equipment or musical instruments you want to bring and are concerned about size, please send us a message on info@campwonderful.com. Please note: Dangerous goods like drugs, alcohol, fireworks, and weapons pose a risk to health, safety, and the environment - and violate our agreements.

+ What should I pack?

Gosh, have we got a lot to tell you! As we move towards September, we’ll send along packing lists, Wondergames assignments, and regular updates on the action! If you have any other questions between now and purchasing a ticket, please reach out to us directly at info@campwonderful.com so that we can make sure you have the info you need to feel cozy and excited about your time with us at Camp Wonderful 2019.

+ Missed bus

If you miss the bus, unfortunately, we cannot provide alternative transportation. If you do not make the bus on time, we recommend renting a car or taking a cab up to camp. Refunds on bus tickets are not available if you fail to show up on time.

+ Paying for the bus

You can pay for your bus booking online through Eventbrite. Remember, payment plans are available on all our tickets through Affirm so you can spread the cost over time.

Caolan Hunter