Magic Camp FAQ

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We encourage campers of all skill levels. All campers are evaluated on the first day of camp. We have campers of all levels, 12 year olds who are excellent magicians and performing professionally and 18 year olds who are just beginning in magic. Classes are broken up by skill level and age appropriately. 

Unfortunately, no. Camp is more than just a daytime experience, it is a week long experience that will create new lifelong memories and friends.

Our main dorm building is divided into a north and south wing. Each has 3-4 floors made up of approximately 15 single occupancy rooms. Halls are separated by age and gender. Our oldest campers are housed in a separate dorm building.

In addition to the dorms, we utilize several buildings on campus, all within close proximity to our central dorm: the theater, cafeteria, and additional classroom buildings.

All facilities are air conditioned.

Our dorm is a mix of single and double rooms, requests to room with or near friends may be made through CampDoc registration. In order to be honored, both campers must make the request.

No, but it is a valuable opportunity to get feedback from some of the worlds top working magicians.

We offer exceptions on a case by case basis. Please contact our camp director, Terri Cook at

Yes, there is a canteen in the dorm building with snacks, water, at additional costs.

There is magic at breakfast, magic shows, magic at lunch, magic lectures, magic at dinner, etc.