The Good Neighbor Basketball Camp is dedicated to providing an outstanding camp program. To accomplish this goal, campers are expected to behave appropriately and promote a safe, fun, and healthy environment through productive participation. We aim to promote character values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility in all aspects of our camp program. We ask that all camper and parents/guardians read this code together before arriving at camp.

As a camper, I will:


  • Be respectful, cooperative and will contribute positively to the experience of fellow campers.
  • Be careful and considerate that my actions will not hurt another camper’s feelings or hurt them physically, either intentionally or accidentally.
  • Show respect to the camp staff, and cooperate fully with their instructions. Always follow directions at all times.
  • Respect the rights and beliefs of others, and treat others with courtesy and consideration.
  • Respect the property of others.


  • Be respectful of all camp property and equipment/supplies.
  • Never mark, deface or destroy camp or personal property or nature.


  • Conduct myself responsibly. I understand that horseplay, inappropriate touching, unwelcome teasing/bullying or other unkind behaviors are not allowed and will not be tolerated.
  • Communicate in an appropriate manner, which means I will not use foul language or gestures, harsh words or raise my voice.
  • Refrain from deliberately causing bodily harm to the campers or staff. I understand that pushing, kicking, hitting or fighting are not acceptable behavior and will not be tolerated and will be grounds for suspension/dismissal from the camp program


  • Campers need to pay attention to their surroundings and use care in all activities.
  • Campers will adhere to all safety rules and regulations given for each activity he/she participates in while at camp.


  • Campers are expected to wear appropriate clothing to camp each day.
  • Campers must inform the camp staff if they are experiencing a problem with another camper or other issues. If the staff are not informed about a problem, they cannot stop the problem or assist the camper.
  • We expect all campers to have FUN, but not at the expense of others
  • Campers are encouraged to participate in all activities to the best of their ability.
  • Violation of the Code of Conduct can be grounds for automatic suspension/dismissal.
  • Weapons, look-alike weapons, or objects that may be used to threaten, intimidate, or harm others or to damage property may not be brought to camp.