We provide a catered lunch as part of our Winter, Spring, and Summer ID camps. Please let us know as soon as possible if you have a food allergy so we can alert the lunch caterer. As a half-day clinic, the Fall ID Clinic does not include lunch.
As part of our overnight camps (Junior Residential and Elite Residential), we provide six meals at the Brodhead Center on campus. Please note that our first camp meal is dinner on day one and our last camp meal is lunch on day three. Snacks are available during break times at the Camp Store. We will also order pizza available after the two evening training sessions day one and day two.
Duke Dining identifies foods containing the eight major food allergens (wheat, dairy, eggs, fish, shellfish, nuts, peanuts, and soy, plus sesame) as well as gluten containing foods in all of our dining locations. Campers with food allergies, intolerances, and special dietary needs should not hesitate to ask the Duke Dining service providers if they have any questions or are unclear on any food’s ingredients. If you have further dietary needs, please communicate with us prior to the start of camp.
At Check In, each camper will be issued a card that not only provides access to the dorm but also serves as a meal swipe. Each card is credited with one swipe per meal period that work on the purchase of an Athletic Summer Meal deal at the following venues:
For our weeklong Youth Day Camp, participants are responsible for bring their own snacks and lunches. We will have snack time at 10:30 am and lunch at 12 pm. Coolers are available to store lunches. Please label all food items with your camper’s name.