How do I communicate with the camp?
What should I do if I can’t download the brochure off the website?
How do I register for camp?
Mail in the completed registration/waiver forms and your check to:
PO Box 148
Warroad, MN, 56763
How do I know that I am registered for camp?
Your check has been cashed and you’ve received a confirmation email.
What if one or neither of those has happened?
Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Does RR19HS provide housing?
Where do families stay if they’re from out of town?
Hotels, campsite, or resorts/cabins on our beautiful Lake of the Woods. Check out the Warroad website for more information: www.warroad.org
Are there any Airbnb listings?
Yes! There is a beautiful and spacious home on the outskirts of Warroad with a 5 star rating. Click here to view.
I’d like to stay in a lake cabin on Lake of the Woods. What are the websites for the local spots?
-Springsteel Resort & Marina www.springsteelresort.net
-Zippel Bay www.zippelbay.com
-Doc’s Harbor Inn (218-452-3302)
My child is 8 and in the 3-8 year old age group. I’m worried they won’t have enough competition skating against 3-4 year olds.
This won’t be an issue due to the way Gigi structures the on-ice sessions. After powerskating, she splits the kids into 6 groups for skill work and small-area competitive games. Each group is based on skill level. Therefore, your 8 year old child will only be competing with kids at the same skill level. Typically, a 3-4 year old never competes against the 7-8 year olds…unless they’re the next Kendall Coyne or Connor McDavid. 🙂
My child is turning 9 after camp. Can he/she participate in the 9-11 year old age group?
The cut-off date is July 25, 2019. If your child will be 9 by then, he/she may participate in the 9-11 age group. If your child is turning 12 by then, he/she may participate in the 12-14 age group.
Is equipment provided?
No. Kids will need to bring their own equipment.
What should campers wear?
Athletic apparel (shorts, t-shirt, and shoes).
Can parents come and watch camp sessions?
What is your refund/cancellation policy?
All cancellations before May 1, 2019, will receive a full refund except for a $25 administration fee. No refunds (except due to injury with a doctor’s note) will be given after May 1, 2019. However we will credit you the entire amount paid to the following year of camp (2020).
Does RR19HS provide lunch?
No. Kids should bring their own lunch.
Will there be food options at the arena for my child?
Yes! There will be healthy snacks and chocolate milk available for purchase at the RinkRat 19 Snack Shop.
Can I leave money at camp for my kid to use throughout the week to buy snacks, raffles, and merchandise?
I’m from out of town. What else can I do in Warroad, MN?
Many families make it an awesome week of hockey and outdoor activities such as:
-fishing, swimming, waterskiing, and tubing
-renting paddle boards/kayaks/canoes on the Warroad River
-biking along our bike path
-enjoying many bonfires at night!
RinkRat 19 HS Awards Show
What is this?
A celebration of our week at camp. On Day 5 of camp, there will be a huge picnic meal and a presentation of awards in the arena lobby. Campers and coaches will eat for free. Highlights: camp slideshow, raffle prizes given, camp award winners announced, and pictures/autographs with the coaches.
Can non-campers attend?
Can non-campers eat?
Yes! Parents, grandparents, siblings, and friends can join the festivities by purchasing a $5 plate.