Why can I not sign up for recurring payments, but instead have to pay for each week upfront?

Because flexibility is highly valued by many patrons, our outdoor camps are billed as nine distinct camp sessions. This allows patrons to select and pay for only the desired weeks of camp, rather than all nine or ten. However, in this payment structure, a recurring payment plan is not an option, as it would require patrons to commit to all nine available camp weeks. Because our camp enrollments fill quickly, patrons pay for all registered sessions in advance to ensure their spot is reserved for each purchased week.

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1. What do the camps do if they experience inclement weather?
2. Why can I not sign up for recurring payments, but instead have to pay for each week upfront?
3. What if my child can’t swim?
4. How do I receive the 2nd Child discount?
5. Why do the outdoor camps close at 5:30pm?
6. Is refrigeration available for camper lunches?
7. How can I order additional camp shirts?
8. How do the camps travel to the pool?
9. May my child walk home from camp?
10. Does my child need their own pool pass to go on swimming trips?
11. What do they do at camp all day?
12. What type of field trips are taken during the summer?
13. How do I pay late pick up fees?