Have you all sent your kids to any gluten-free sleepaway camps?
My oldest has gone to Girl Scout camp the past two summers, but there is NO way I trust their standards in helping her with her diet and providing suitable alternatives. I did try to contact them with questions (left a message and an email - both with no response) because I told her I would, but still doubt I would send her there.
So I've been looking online and trying to find her a place to go. For the record, we are a midwestern family that has been grooming our kids for New England camp since in utero! Anyway, I found Camp Eagle Hill and it looks awesome. Seriously - it's a lot of what we were looking for before the DX and now it looks even better with a dedicated gluten-free kitchen and a dedicated chef. Plus the director's daughter has celiac (I read that on another site). I also ran across Camp Weekaneatit - through the Georgia ROCK chapter. My worry about that is that it's not a "real" camp experience.
Anyway, feedback? Or other camp options?
I can't help you with New England camps, but we sent my son to one of the Concordia Language Village camps in Minnesota last summer. They did a great job with his food, even though the camps are set up around family-style eating. They let him know which dishes he could and could not eat, and the chef prepared gluten-free alternatives for him for the ones he couldn't eat off the shared plates. He went to the Japanese camp and had a great time.