From the East: Take US 50/301 West to Kent Island. Exit RIGHT at the last exit before the Chesapeake Bay Bridge (exit #37) Route 8/Stevensville/Romancoke. Take a LEFT on Route 8 South and proceed approximately 2 miles to Camp Wright Lane on the RIGHT. Look for our wooden Camp Wright sign.
From the West:Take US 50/301 East across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Exit RIGHT at the first exit (exit #37) off the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, Rout 8/ Stevensville/ Romancoke. Take a RIGHT on Route 8 South and proceed approximately 2 miles to Camp Wright Lane, on the RIGHT. Look for our wooden Camp Wright sign.
Q: What is served during meals at resident camp?
A: We offer healthy meals three times a day. No peanut products are permitted. We use local Kent Island produce. We also provide two snacks throughout the day and encourage plenty of water drinking during the hot months. If your camper has a food allergy please let us know on the Medical form and we will serve meals accordingly.
Q: What should my camper bring to camp?
A: For a complete packing list, click here. Additionally, please remember to LABEL EVERYTHING your child brings to camp. Cell Phones are not permitted, and we ask that campers bring only disposable cameras for use during sessions.
Q: How can I send email or view photos of the session?
A: Bunk1 is a ONE WAY service for you to email your child and view photos of the session.
Q: Where should I send mail?
A: Mail can be sent to: Camper Name, Cabin Name, c/o Camp Wright, 400 Camp Wright Lane, Stevensville, MD 21666.
Mail can also be dropped off on the first day of camp during check in. Please do not send food in care packages as it encourages bugs and other critters to enter cabins and can be dangerous to other campers with food allergies. We distribute mail each day during rest hour.
Q: What if my family is not Episcopalian?
A: We welcome campers from all faiths and backgrounds.
Q: It is the first time my child has ever spent the night away. How do you handle homesickness?
A: Our staff is trained in many techniques to handle homesickness and maximize a camper's ability to cope with emotional challenges. We are supportive and respectful of all of our campers' needs. Click here for more information on homesickness.