FAQs
CAMP CULTURE

Am I a good fit for this camp?
While our camps are open to everyone, they may not be for everyone. We encourage you to read below, about our camp values and the environment that we are looking to create. There are a lot of camps, programs, etc. to choose from and we want to make sure that you are making an educated decision. If you think you’re a fit we would welcome the chance to work with you this summer.

Our Values
Commitment - Come here to work and do it the best you can. We will work you hard at this event. Be committed to doing whatever you do to the best of your ability. Being average is easy. Hard work works.
Knowledge – Growth mindset. Seek to learn and grow during your time. Leave better than you were when you got here. What you know about the game, and life, may be challenged.
Selflessness – Be a man for others. Listen, engage, and be helpful. Lead by serving and holding other campers to a high standard. WE act with our team and our group’s interest first.
Toughness – We are looking for tough campers. It is how we will choose to handle adversity. This is a warrior sport

Camp Environment: Positive, RESPECTFUL, and Encouraging.

Camp Fuel: We want camp to be fueled by our ENERGY and PASSION for the game that we care a great deal about.

CANCELLATION POLICY

Cancellation Policy
If you have to cancel, for any reason, up to fourteen (14) days before your camp session begins you will be issued a camp credit for all camp fees paid, valid for any of our events through the end of 2019. Your camp credit can be used for any family member and may be used for any Iron Pine Lacrosse Event.

Cash refunds will only be issued with the purchase of Iron Pine Lacrosse’s Cancellation Insurance. Credits will only be issued within fourteen (14) days of your camp session with the purchase of Iron Pine Lacrosse’s Cancellation Insurance.

Cancellation Insurance
For an additional $45, Cancellation Insurance can be added to your registration. Our Cancellation Insurance entitles you to a full cash refund of all your camp fees paid if you cancel before fourteen (14) days of your camp session. If you have to cancel, for any reason, within fourteen (14) days of your camp session beginning you will be issued a camp credit for all camp fees paid, valid for any of our events through the end of 2019. Your camp credit can be used for any family member and may be used for any Iron Pine Lacrosse Event. If you have to leave camp early for any reason, you will receive a pro-rated credit for any family member for any of our events through the end of 2019. Pro-rated cash refunds will not be provided. Note: $45 Cancellation Insurance fee is non-refundable.

TRANSFERRING DUES BETWEEN SESSIONS

Campers who are eligible to attend both camps may transfer their registration from one session to another one time, free of charge. There is a $50 fee for any additional transfers.

VIDEO PACKAGES

We offer various video packages listed below. You can order any of the films from the games you play in at camp. We do not offer a service to make highlight films. All video will be filmed from an elevated location on the sideline. After camp concludes, game films will be sent electronically in mp4 format within a week of camp concluding. No cancellations or refunds.

ALL GAMES ($75.00)

TRAVEL

How do I get to campus?
Dartmouth College is easily accessible by both bus and train, and within driving distance of several airports. For information on how to get to campus, please refer to the Travel & Lodging page.

Camp at Sculy-Fahey Field
Scully-Fahey Turf FieldsHanover, NH 03755

PARKING

Where can I park?
Permits are required for all lots on campus during the week. Parking is free on weekends, and after 5pm. If you are here during the week, there is 2-hr street parking available as well as several long-term parking lots in town. Single and multi-day parking passes for Thompson Lot (next to the fields) will be available for purchase at check-in for $10/day. This is an at-cost fee directly from the College.

My son is driving himself to camp. Where should he park?
If it is necessary to bring a car, you must have a permit to park on campus. Parking passes for Thompson Lot (next to the fields) will be available for purchase at check-in for $10/day. This is an at-cost fee directly from the College. Please note that the car must be parked and remain parked until camp is over. Campers may not ride in cars with anyone other than their parents.

SCHEDULE

What time should I get to camp?
Check-in is from approximately 11 am to 12:30 pm.

Stadium Address:
Scully-Fahey Turf Fields, Hanover, NH 03755

SAMPLE CAMP SCHEDULE:
DAY 1
11:00am-12:30pm - Registration
1:40pm-2:00pm - Welcome/Introductions
2:30pm-4:00pm - Positional Individual Work w/ College Staff
6:30pm-8:30pm - Game Sessions 1
8:30pm-9:00pm - Recruiting Talk
DAY 2
8:35am-10:55am - Game Session 2
Athletics Facilites Tour Following Games
2:20pm-4:15pm - Game Sessions 3
6:25pm-8:20pm - Game Sessions 4
9:00pm-9:30pm - Camp Seminar Talk
DAY 3
8:30am-9:40am - Game Sessions 5 (1st Round of Playoffs)
9:50am-11:00am- Game Sessions 6 (2nd Round of Playoffs/Championship Game)
11:00am-12:00pm- Camp Clean-Up & Check Out

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LATE ARRIVALS & EARLY DEPARTURES

We strongly encourage you to attend all camp sessions to get the full camp experience, however, we do understand that may not be possible with your travel or lacrosse tournament schedule.

I will not make it to campus in time for check-in. Is that okay? What should I do?
Camp check-in starts at 11:00 am, and the first camp session starts around 2:00 pm. Please contact Knute Kraus at dartmouthmlax@gmail.com as soon as possible if you plan to arrive after check-in ends.

I have an obligation after camp and cannot stay until the end. Can I leave camp early?
We strongly discourage leaving before camp ends, however, please let us know in advance if you must leave early.

Can I get a discount if I am unable to attend all of the session?
No, we do not offer discounts for those who are arriving late or leaving camp early.

OVERNIGHT CAMP HOUSING

If I am arriving early or staying late for camp, can I stay in the dorms?
Unfortunately, because we only have the dorms for the campers during camp, we cannot house anyone outside the official start and end of camp. You will need to find alternative housing. A list of local accommodations can be found on our Travel & Lodging page.

CAMP MEALS

Should I bring food with me to camp?
We will provide lunch to campers between the 1st and 2nd Session of camp. All campers will receive a sandwich, snack bar, and gatorade/water for lunch.

Are you able to accommodate dietary restrictions?
Dartmouth dining is able to accommodate any and all dietary restrictions. We do ask that you include any allergies and/or restrictions on your medical information form, so that we can be sure to make accommodations in the event that meals are served off campus. Please indicate so in the Camp Health Forms under the Documents tab.

WHAT TO BRING

Prospect Day
* Equipment: helmet, stick, gloves, arm pads, shoulder pads, athletic supporter, mouth guard
* Clothes: change of clothes, cleats, sneakers (for astroturf & indoor multipurpose surface)
* Other items: water bottle, back-up stick, jacket
* Please dress warmly and bring appropriate clothing for Winter Prospect Days

ATHLETIC TRAINER

An athletic trainer will be present at the fields for the entire session. Please address any existing injuries, allergies, or other medical concerns with the trainer at check-in.

LODGING FOR PARENTS

Where can parents stay during camp?
There are many hotels in Hanover, Lebanon, White River Junction (VT) and the surrounding area. For suggestions, please refer to the Travel & Lodging page.

PARENTS AT CAMP

Parents are welcome to watch any of the camp sessions. We ask that you please sit or stand away from the players and their bench, as well as any college coaches who are evaluating, coaching or teaching.

RESTROOMS

There are public bathrooms in the Boss Tennis Center that can be accessed from outside the building at all times.

PROTECTION OF MINORS

Iron Pine Lacrosse is committed to the safety and protection of minors. Under New Hampshire State Statute a minor refers to an individual who is under the age of 18.

All staff, volunteers and students representing Iron Pine Lacrosse undergo a criminal background check, receive training on the protection of minors, and sign a Code of Conduct prior to camp.