Camp Workroom Social Travel Guide

👋🏼 Hello! I can't wait to see you at Camp Workroom Social! Get ready for lots of learning, sewing, camp-inspired activities, and making new friends. I put together this travel guide to help you plan your trip to New York. Please read it thoroughly and carefully for details on travel to and from Camp Workroom Social. Keep in mind, prices and services can change without notice. You should double check details with local providers close to your departure date.

If you have any questions about this travel guide, email me at hello @ workroomsocial.com or call me in the studio at 646-481-1650. Warmly, Jennifer

Fall CampWardrobe Week

 

Camp Workroom Social - Sewing Retreat for Adults - Sleepaway Sewing Camp designed specifically for grown-ups

Key Info for Fall Camp

When

Friday, October 14 to Monday, October 17, 2022

Where

Camp Workroom Social is at the Frost Valley YMCA Camp in Claryville, NY. Located on over 5,000 acres in the heart of the Catskill Mountains, roughly 3 hours north of New York City.

Frost Valley YMCA

Address

GPS Coordinates

Phone

2000 Frost Valley Road, Claryville, NY 12725

N 41° 59’ 13” W -074° 30’ 16”

845-985-2291

Getting to Camp

There are two ways to get to Camp Workroom Social. Campers can either take our shuttle bus service from Midtown Manhattan, or campers are welcome to drive to Camp themselves.

Option 1—Shuttle Bus

All campers may take our roundtrip shuttle bus service picking up in Midtown Manhattan with direct service to Camp Workroom Social. Advance reservations are required. You will receive a questionnaire after registration to reserve your spot on the shuttle bus.

Schedule to Camp

Departure Time

12:00 p.m. noon on Friday, October 14, 2022

Pickup Location

8th Avenue, between 30th and 31st Streets. The exact pickup point will be marked with a sign. Look for the gathering group of other campers.

Approximate Arrival Time

3:30 p.m.

Schedule to Midtown Manhattan

Departure Time

1:00 p.m. on Monday, October 17, 2022

Pickup Location

Frost Valley YMCA

Approximate Arrival Time

4:30 p.m.

❗️ Important Note About Shuttle Bus Service

The shuttle bus service is scheduled and cannot accommodate latecomers. Please time your travel accordingly to arrive at the pickup location prior to the departure time detailed above. If you are flying to NYC for Camp, please read on for more details to help you plan your flights.

Option 2—Drive to Camp Workroom Social

For those campers who prefer to drive themselves, please plan to arrive at Frost Valley YMCA at 3:00 p.m. on Friday, October 14, 2022.

Driving Directions

Use Frost Valley YMCA's street address or GPS coordinates for directions on your GPS device. Written directions follow.

From New Jersey and Points South

From the New York Thruway, take Exit 16 (Harriman). Go 55 miles West on Route 17 to Exit 100A (Liberty). At the end of the exit ramp turn right onto Route 55 East. Follow directions from Liberty (shown below).

From Liberty

Follow Route 55 East 10 miles to Neversink. Look for sign on the right side of the road for Claryville. Turn left onto Claryville Road/County Road 19 and go four miles to Claryville. Look for sign on right side of road marked “Frost Valley YMCA.” Turn left onto Frost Valley Road/County Road 157 (which becomes County Road 47) and drive 7 miles to Frost Valley YMCA’s Main Campus (West Valley).

Directions from Albany & Points North

From NY Thruway Exit 19 (Kingston), go 30 miles West on Route 28. Look for signs on left side of road marked “Big Indian.” Turn left onto County Road 47 and go 14 miles to Frost Valley YMCA’s Main Campus (West Valley).

From Binghamton and Points West

Take Route 17 East to Exit 100 (Liberty). At end of exit ramp turn right onto Route 52 West. Drive .25 mile and take a sharp right onto Route 55 East. Follow directions from Liberty (shown above).

From Connecticut and Points East

Take I-84 West to Route 17 (Middletown, NY). Go West on Route 17 to exit 100A (Liberty). At the end of the exit ramp turn right on to Route 55 East. Follow directions from Liberty (shown above).

Getting to NYC

If you are traveling to NYC for Camp Workroom Social, here are some key things to know as you’re booking your flights.

Airports

New York City is served by three major airports. New York state’s NYC-area airports include John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and LaGuardia Airport (LGA). New Jersey’s NYC-area airport is Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR).

Timing

Arrival to NYC

In order to make shuttle bus pickup at 12:00 p.m. noon (see Option 1 above), you should allow a minimum of 3 hours to get from any of the airports to the shuttle bus pickup point (factoring ground transportation and traffic). Flights should land in the New York area by 9:00 a.m. on Friday, October 14.

Departure from NYC

The shuttle bus is expected to arrive back in midtown Manhattan around 4:30 p.m. on Monday, October 17. Allowing another 3 hours for ground transportation and the time necessary to get through airport security (please keep in mind that international flights may require additional time), flights home should take off no earlier than 7:30 p.m. on Monday, October 17.

❗️ Important Note About the Timing of Air Travel

These are estimates and should serve only as general ideas regarding your travel to and from New York City. Due to the unpredictable nature of travel, especially with COVID-19, we cannot guarantee timing. If you have additional questions about timing your travel, please contact us directly at hello@workroomsocial.com or by phone at 646-481-1650.

Ground Transportation

Once you land in NYC, if you are traveling directly to the shuttle bus pickup location, your target destination is New York Penn Station in Manhattan. Specifically, the pickup point as described above is 8th Avenue, between 30th and 31st Streets, but all trains and other ground transportation as described below will be to New York Penn Station (also called Penn Station). Penn Station is only a couple of blocks away from the shuttle bus pickup spot, and you can walk between the two points.

Upon arrival to New York City, don’t be afraid to ask for help if you get lost or aren’t quite sure where you’re going. New Yorkers are friendly, so when in doubt don’t be afraid to ask one! (Pro-tip: don’t ask people to stop and help you if they look like they are rushing to get somewhere.)

Ground Transportation from JFK (New York)

Option 1—Yellow Taxi or Uber/Lyft

Taxis from JFK to any location in Manhattan are a flat fare of $52 plus tolls, surcharges, and taxes. You can pick up a taxi at any taxi stand located directly outside of baggage claim. Uber/Lyft pickups must be scheduled in advance and rates vary.

Travel time can vary widely based on car traffic. Plan for 45 to 75 minutes between JFK and New York Penn Station.

Option 2—Long Island Railroad (LIRR)

The Long Island Railroad is the NYC-area commuter train. From JFK, travelers must take the AirTrain to Jamaica Station. From Jamaica Station, you will need to purchase a LIRR ticket to Penn Station. Once you arrive at Penn Station, the shuttle bus pickup location is only a couple blocks away, and you can walk to get there.

The AirTrain fare is $8.00. The LIRR one-way fare from Jamaica Station to Penn Station ranges between $7.75 and $10.75, depending on what time your train leaves.

Plan for 60–75 minutes between JFK and New York Penn Station.

Option 3—NYC Subway (MTA)

While you can take the NYC Subway to Penn Station, it can be slower and less comfortable than the LIRR. If you choose to take the Subway, start by taking the AirTrain from JFK to Jamaica Station. From Jamaica Station look for the [Sutphin Blvd. - Archer Ave. - JFK Airport] subway stop, adjacent to Jamaica Station. Take the E train towards Manhattan and the World Trade Center and get out at Penn Station.

The AirTrain fare is $8.00. The MTA fare is $2.75.

Plan for 60–90 minutes between JFK and New York Penn Station.

Option 4—Group Bus Service

There are self-service kiosks at the Port Authority Welcome Center located on the Arrivals level of each terminal nearby where you can contact authorized shared-ride or private car services.

Authorized airport vehicle services Airlink New York—(212) 812-9000 ETS Air Shuttle—(718) 221-5341 Trans-Bridge Bus Lines—(908) 730-6552

Ground Transportation from LGA (New York)

Option 1—Yellow Taxi or Uber/Lyft

Taxis to and from Penn Station and LGA are a metered ride with an approximate fare between $40–50. You can pick up a taxi at any taxi stand located directly outside of baggage claim. Uber/Lyft pickups must be scheduled in advance and rates vary.

Travel time can vary widely based on car traffic. Plan for 30 to 50 minutes between LGA and New York Penn Station.

Ground Transportation from EWR (New Jersey)

Option 1—Yellow Taxi or Uber/Lyft

Taxis to New York Penn Station from EWR are a metered ride with an approximate fare around $55. Drivers also add a $5 charge for all destinations on the East Side of Manhattan between Battery Park and 185th St. Riders are usually responsible for paying round trip tolls. When requesting your destination, be sure to specify New York Penn Station (in NY) as there is also a Newark Penn Station (in NJ).

Uber/Lyft pickups must be scheduled in advance and rates vary.

Travel time can vary widely based on car traffic. Plan for 45 to 60 minutes between EWR and New York Penn Station.

Option 2—Newark Airport Express Bus

The Newark Airport Express is an express bus between EWR and New York City. If you take this bus, get out at Port Authority Bus Terminal. From there you will need to walk about 10 blocks south to our shuttle bus pickup location, or you can hop in a yellow taxi (approximately $10-12). The Newark Airport Express Bus fare is $17 one way or $30 round trip and arrive at each stop every 15 minutes during the day.

Purchase your ticket outside of baggage claim at the Newark Airport Express Bus pickup point, or purchase in advance online.

Driving time depends on car traffic, and can average 45 minutes.

Option 3—NJ Transit

To take the NJ Transit train, first take the AirTrain to the Newark Liberty Airport Station. From here, transfer to the NJ Transit train going to New York Penn Station. AirTrain fare is $8.00 and NJ Transit fare is $15.50.

Plan for 45–60 minutes between EWR and New York Penn Station.

Option 4—Car and Van Service

There are self-service kiosks at the Port Authority Welcome Center located on the Arrivals level of each terminal nearby where you can contact authorized shared-ride or private car services.

Authorized services between EWR And Manhattan

Carmel Super Saver—(800) 924-9954 Airlink New York—(877) 599-8200 ETS Air Shuttle—(718) 221-5341

Staying in NYC

For anyone who wants to stay in NYC before and/or after Camp, there are several hotel options around Penn Station, though they can be expensive.

Here are some resources to help get you started with researching less expensive ways to stay overnight in New York City.

YMCA NYC Guest Rooms

"With locations in Manhattan's Upper West Side, Midtown East, and Harlem neighborhoods, as well as Greenpoint, Brooklyn and Flushing, Queens, NYC's YMCA offers affordable, clean, and convenient accommodations for everyone in across New York City." Please note, on 7/27/22, they are only booking the Upper West Side location.

Hostelworld

A search engine and booking service for hostels.

American Dream Bed and Breakfast

"American Dream Bed and Breakfast is a family owned New York City Hostel that has been home to travelers for over 20 years. We’re here to provide a home for any traveler from around the world including students and teachers, back packers and tourists, so they could learn and have an amazing experience with what the city has to offer! With a warm and friendly atmosphere, we offer comforts such as home-made breakfast, a hot shower and a clean cozy room."

Pod Hotel

"Say adios to clunky furniture, outrageously overpriced mini bars, and coffeemakers that look like they’ve been around the block a few too many times. Our rooms maximize space and minimize waste, with functional quirks like bunk beds, cleverly placed TVs and storage areas, and sleek, minimalistic furniture. We keep overhead low and share the wealth by passing that savings onto you."

Jazz Hostels

"Jazz Hostels will always offer you a great place to stay where you can feel at home and meet new people as you embark on your travel adventures."

HI New York City Hostel

"We bring travelers together in the largest hostel network in the USA, but that’s just the start: from local tours and experiences, to experiential learning programs, HI USA strives to bring moments of cultural understanding to our guests and community members. HI USA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, member-based organization that reinvests our surpluses back into our hostels and programs so they can have an even greater impact, year after year."

The Jane Hotel

"With its prime West Village location, Landmark building, and river views, The Jane is home away from home for in-the-know travelers from all over the world. Built in 1908 as a home for sailors and lovingly restored in 2008, The Jane offers a hotel experience for every traveler. Our 130 Standard Cabins and 40 Bunk Bed Cabins have shared bathrooms, while our 30 Captain’s Cabins have en suite bathrooms. Inspired by luxury ship and train cabins, The Jane uses thoughtful design to pack maximum convenience into minimal space. The historic grand Ballroom sets the stage for an adventuresome stay while Old Rose serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and drinks in a sun-drenched space."

NYC's Vaccination Requirements

NYC has discontinued the Key to NYC vaccination requirement as of March 7. Businesses can still choose to require proof of vaccination.

View the full guidelines here.

Travel Insurance

Due to the unique nature of travel events like Camp Workroom Social retreats, we are unable to issue refunds due to delays or changes in travel plans. We strongly encourage all participants to research and consider purchasing a travel insurance plan to cover your Camp Workroom Social expenses. Research and understand how issues relating to COVID-19 are covered or not covered by different agencies and policies. Here are some resources to help get you started with your research.

 

Camp Workroom Social - Sewing Retreat for Adults - Sleepaway Sewing Camp designed specifically for grown-ups

Key Info for Wardrobe Week

When

Wednesday, April 26 to Sunday, April 30, 2023

Where

Camp Workroom Social is at the Frost Valley YMCA Camp in Claryville, NY. Located on over 5,000 acres in the heart of the Catskill Mountains, roughly 3 hours north of New York City.

Frost Valley YMCA

Address2000 Frost Valley Road, Claryville, NY 12725

GPS CoordinatesN 41° 59’ 13” W -074° 30’ 16”

Phone845-985-2291

Getting to Camp

There are two ways to get to Camp Workroom Social. Campers can either take our shuttle bus service from Midtown Manhattan, or campers are welcome to drive to Camp themselves.

Option 1—Shuttle Bus

All campers may take our roundtrip shuttle bus service picking up in Midtown Manhattan with direct service to Camp Workroom Social. Advance reservations are required. You will receive a questionnaire after registration to reserve your spot on the shuttle bus.

Schedule to Camp

Departure Time

12:00 p.m. noon on Wednesday, April 26, 2023

Pickup Location

8th Avenue, between 30th and 31st Streets. The exact pickup point will be marked with a sign. Look for the gathering group of other campers.

Approximate Arrival Time

3:30 p.m.

Schedule to Midtown Manhattan

Departure Time

1:00 p.m. on Sunday, April 30, 2023

Pickup Location

Frost Valley YMCA

Approximate Arrival Time

4:30 p.m.

❗️ Important Note About Shuttle Bus Service

The shuttle bus service is scheduled and cannot accommodate latecomers. Please time your travel accordingly to arrive at the pickup location prior to the departure time detailed above. If you are flying to NYC for Camp, please read on for more details to help you plan your flights.

Option 2—Drive to Camp Workroom Social

For those campers who prefer to drive themselves, please plan to arrive at Frost Valley YMCA at 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 26, 2023.

Driving Directions

Use Frost Valley YMCA's street address or GPS coordinates for directions on your GPS device. Written directions follow.

From New Jersey and Points South

From the New York Thruway, take Exit 16 (Harriman). Go 55 miles West on Route 17 to Exit 100A (Liberty). At the end of the exit ramp turn right onto Route 55 East. Follow directions from Liberty (shown below).

From Liberty

Follow Route 55 East 10 miles to Neversink. Look for sign on the right side of the road for Claryville. Turn left onto Claryville Road/County Road 19 and go four miles to Claryville. Look for sign on right side of road marked “Frost Valley YMCA.” Turn left onto Frost Valley Road/County Road 157 (which becomes County Road 47) and drive 7 miles to Frost Valley YMCA’s Main Campus (West Valley).

Directions from Albany & Points North

From NY Thruway Exit 19 (Kingston), go 30 miles West on Route 28. Look for signs on left side of road marked “Big Indian.” Turn left onto County Road 47 and go 14 miles to Frost Valley YMCA’s Main Campus (West Valley).

From Binghamton and Points West

Take Route 17 East to Exit 100 (Liberty). At end of exit ramp turn right onto Route 52 West. Drive .25 mile and take a sharp right onto Route 55 East. Follow directions from Liberty (shown above).

From Connecticut and Points East

Take I-84 West to Route 17 (Middletown, NY). Go West on Route 17 to exit 100A (Liberty). At the end of the exit ramp turn right on to Route 55 East. Follow directions from Liberty (shown above).

Getting to NYC

If you are traveling to NYC for Camp Workroom Social, here are some key things to know as you’re booking your flights.

Airports

New York City is served by three major airports. New York state’s NYC-area airports include John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and LaGuardia Airport (LGA). New Jersey’s NYC-area airport is Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR).

Timing

Arrival to NYC

In order to make shuttle bus pickup at 12:00 p.m. noon (see Option 1 above), you should allow a minimum of 3 hours to get from any of the airports to the shuttle bus pickup point (factoring ground transportation and traffic). Flights should land in the New York area by 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, April 26.

Departure from NYC

The shuttle bus is expected to arrive back in midtown Manhattan around 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 30. Allowing another 3 hours for ground transportation and the time necessary to get through airport security (please keep in mind that international flights may require additional time), flights home should take off no earlier than 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 30.

❗️ Important Note About the Timing of Air Travel

These are estimates and should serve only as general ideas regarding your travel to and from New York City. Due to the unpredictable nature of travel, especially with COVID-19, we cannot guarantee timing. If you have additional questions about timing your travel, please contact us directly at hello@workroomsocial.com or by phone at 646-481-1650.

Ground Transportation

Once you land in NYC, if you are traveling directly to the shuttle bus pickup location, your target destination is New York Penn Station in Manhattan. Specifically, the pickup point as described above is 8th Avenue, between 30th and 31st Streets, but all trains and other ground transportation as described below will be to New York Penn Station (also called Penn Station). Penn Station is only a couple of blocks away from the shuttle bus pickup spot, and you can walk between the two points.

Upon arrival to New York City, don’t be afraid to ask for help if you get lost or aren’t quite sure where you’re going. New Yorkers are friendly, so when in doubt don’t be afraid to ask one! (Pro-tip: don’t ask people to stop and help you if they look like they are rushing to get somewhere.)

Ground Transportation from JFK (New York)

Option 1—Yellow Taxi or Uber/Lyft

Taxis from JFK to any location in Manhattan are a flat fare of $52 plus tolls, surcharges, and taxes. You can pick up a taxi at any taxi stand located directly outside of baggage claim. Uber/Lyft pickups must be scheduled in advance and rates vary.

Travel time can vary widely based on car traffic. Plan for 45 to 75 minutes between JFK and New York Penn Station.

Option 2—Long Island Railroad (LIRR)

The Long Island Railroad is the NYC-area commuter train. From JFK, travelers must take the AirTrain to Jamaica Station. From Jamaica Station, you will need to purchase a LIRR ticket to Penn Station. Once you arrive at Penn Station, the shuttle bus pickup location is only a couple blocks away, and you can walk to get there.

The AirTrain fare is $8.00. The LIRR one-way fare from Jamaica Station to Penn Station ranges between $7.75 and $10.75, depending on what time your train leaves.

Plan for 60–75 minutes between JFK and New York Penn Station.

Option 3—NYC Subway (MTA)

While you can take the NYC Subway to Penn Station, it can be slower and less comfortable than the LIRR. If you choose to take the Subway, start by taking the AirTrain from JFK to Jamaica Station. From Jamaica Station look for the [Sutphin Blvd. - Archer Ave. - JFK Airport] subway stop, adjacent to Jamaica Station. Take the E train towards Manhattan and the World Trade Center and get out at Penn Station.

The AirTrain fare is $8.00. The MTA fare is $2.75.

Plan for 60–90 minutes between JFK and New York Penn Station.

Option 4—Group Bus Service

There are self-service kiosks at the Port Authority Welcome Center located on the Arrivals level of each terminal nearby where you can contact authorized shared-ride or private car services.

Authorized airport vehicle services Airlink New York—(212) 812-9000 ETS Air Shuttle—(718) 221-5341 Trans-Bridge Bus Lines—(908) 730-6552

Ground Transportation from LGA (New York)

Option 1—Yellow Taxi or Uber/Lyft

Taxis to and from Penn Station and LGA are a metered ride with an approximate fare between $40–50. You can pick up a taxi at any taxi stand located directly outside of baggage claim. Uber/Lyft pickups must be scheduled in advance and rates vary.

Travel time can vary widely based on car traffic. Plan for 30 to 50 minutes between LGA and New York Penn Station.

Ground Transportation from EWR (New Jersey)

Option 1—Yellow Taxi or Uber/Lyft

Taxis to New York Penn Station from EWR are a metered ride with an approximate fare around $55. Drivers also add a $5 charge for all destinations on the East Side of Manhattan between Battery Park and 185th St. Riders are usually responsible for paying round trip tolls. When requesting your destination, be sure to specify New York Penn Station (in NY) as there is also a Newark Penn Station (in NJ).

Uber/Lyft pickups must be scheduled in advance and rates vary.

Travel time can vary widely based on car traffic. Plan for 45 to 60 minutes between EWR and New York Penn Station.

Option 2—Newark Airport Express Bus

The Newark Airport Express is an express bus between EWR and New York City. If you take this bus, get out at Port Authority Bus Terminal. From there you will need to walk about 10 blocks south to our shuttle bus pickup location, or you can hop in a yellow taxi (approximately $10-12). The Newark Airport Express Bus fare is $17 one way or $30 round trip and arrive at each stop every 15 minutes during the day.

Purchase your ticket outside of baggage claim at the Newark Airport Express Bus pickup point, or purchase in advance online.

Driving time depends on car traffic, and can average 45 minutes.

Option 3—NJ Transit

To take the NJ Transit train, first take the AirTrain to the Newark Liberty Airport Station. From here, transfer to the NJ Transit train going to New York Penn Station. AirTrain fare is $8.00 and NJ Transit fare is $15.50.

Plan for 45–60 minutes between EWR and New York Penn Station.

Option 4—Car and Van Service

There are self-service kiosks at the Port Authority Welcome Center located on the Arrivals level of each terminal nearby where you can contact authorized shared-ride or private car services.

Authorized services between EWR And Manhattan

Carmel Super Saver—(800) 924-9954 Airlink New York—(877) 599-8200 ETS Air Shuttle—(718) 221-5341

Staying in NYC

For anyone who wants to stay in NYC before and/or after Camp, there are several hotel options around Penn Station, though they can be expensive.

Here are some resources to help get you started with researching less expensive ways to stay overnight in New York City.

YMCA NYC Guest Rooms

"With locations in Manhattan's Upper West Side, Midtown East, and Harlem neighborhoods, as well as Greenpoint, Brooklyn and Flushing, Queens, NYC's YMCA offers affordable, clean, and convenient accommodations for everyone in across New York City." Please note, on 7/27/22, they are only booking the Upper West Side location.

Hostelworld

A search engine and booking service for hostels.

American Dream Bed and Breakfast

"American Dream Bed and Breakfast is a family owned New York City Hostel that has been home to travelers for over 20 years. We’re here to provide a home for any traveler from around the world including students and teachers, back packers and tourists, so they could learn and have an amazing experience with what the city has to offer! With a warm and friendly atmosphere, we offer comforts such as home-made breakfast, a hot shower and a clean cozy room."

Pod Hotel

"Say adios to clunky furniture, outrageously overpriced mini bars, and coffeemakers that look like they’ve been around the block a few too many times. Our rooms maximize space and minimize waste, with functional quirks like bunk beds, cleverly placed TVs and storage areas, and sleek, minimalistic furniture. We keep overhead low and share the wealth by passing that savings onto you."

Jazz Hostels

"Jazz Hostels will always offer you a great place to stay where you can feel at home and meet new people as you embark on your travel adventures."

HI New York City Hostel

"We bring travelers together in the largest hostel network in the USA, but that’s just the start: from local tours and experiences, to experiential learning programs, HI USA strives to bring moments of cultural understanding to our guests and community members. HI USA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, member-based organization that reinvests our surpluses back into our hostels and programs so they can have an even greater impact, year after year."

The Jane Hotel

"With its prime West Village location, Landmark building, and river views, The Jane is home away from home for in-the-know travelers from all over the world. Built in 1908 as a home for sailors and lovingly restored in 2008, The Jane offers a hotel experience for every traveler. Our 130 Standard Cabins and 40 Bunk Bed Cabins have shared bathrooms, while our 30 Captain’s Cabins have en suite bathrooms. Inspired by luxury ship and train cabins, The Jane uses thoughtful design to pack maximum convenience into minimal space. The historic grand Ballroom sets the stage for an adventuresome stay while Old Rose serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and drinks in a sun-drenched space."

NYC's Vaccination Requirements

NYC has discontinued the Key to NYC vaccination requirement as of March 7. Businesses can still choose to require proof of vaccination.

View the full guidelines here.

Travel Insurance

Due to the unique nature of travel events like Camp Workroom Social retreats, we are unable to issue refunds due to delays or changes in travel plans. We strongly encourage all participants to research and consider purchasing a travel insurance plan to cover your Camp Workroom Social expenses. Research and understand how issues relating to COVID-19 are covered or not covered by different agencies and policies. Here are some resources to help get you started with your research.