Lodging in Minnesota
Youth Camps

Camp operators and the campers themselves should be aware of the rules for safe and successful weeks at camp. Click on the left nav bar for details on how camps should be operated.

Minnesota Rule, Parts 4630.2300 through 4630.4700

4630.2300 Camp site
4630.2400 Buildings
4630.2500 Sleeping quarters
4630.2600 Kitchen
4630.2700 Food procurement and storage
4630.2800 Food service
4630.2900 Food service personnel health and cleanliness
4630.3000 Dishwashing facilities
4630.3100 Water supply
4630.3200 Bathing and hand-washing facilities
4630.3300 Plumbing
4630.3400 Toilet facilities
4630.3500 Sewage and excreta disposal
4630.3600 Liquid wastes
4630.3700 Plan submission
4630.3800 Garbage; refuse
4630.3900 Swimming beach
4630.4000 Designation and responsible persons by camper
4630.4100 Practitioner to be designated
4630.4200 Infirmary and first aid
4630.4300 Physical examination
4630.4400 Health records
4630.4500 Hazardous weapons
4630.4600 Livestock and pets
4630.4700 Duty of camp operator

 

Minnesota Statutes, sections 144.71 through 144.74

144.71 Purpose; definitions.
144.72 Operation.
144.73 State commissioner of health, duties.
144.74 Rules, standards.
Updated Thursday, March 29, 2012 at 09:39AM