Adventurers Camp provides an age-appropriate, all-around camp experience. Through daily scheduled activities like arts and crafts, music, science, and outdoor play, your camper is encouraged to explore, create, and stay active. They also get swim lessons every week! Adventurers are well-prepared when it comes time to move on to the traditional camp experience. Campers must be fully potty trained to enroll.
Grades: Pre-K - K Dates: June 21-25; June 28-July 2; July 5-9; July 12-16; July 19-23; July 26-30; August 2-6; August 9-13 Time: 9am - 3:30pm Fee: $500/week
This traditional Day Camp experience is for campers in grades 1-6. Campers are split into same-grade and same-sex troops up until 6th grade where they will participate in a variety of activities. Get ready for hiking, swimming, ropes courses, zip lining, archery, athletics, arts & crafts and more! Each week is different and filled with new experiences, so join us for one week or up to eight!
Dates: June 21 - 25, June 28 - July 2, July 5 - 9, July 12 - 16, July 19 - 23, July 26 - 30, August 2 - 6, August 9 - 13
Time: 9am - 3:30pm
Campers are divided into same-sex troops until 6th grade, led by responsible and experienced counselors in accordance with the American Camp Association ratios.
Day campers will have one instructional swimming period per day depending on the schedule rotation in our 25-yard indoor pool. Our pool is staffed with experienced and certified lifeguards.
Weekly themes in Day Camp involve a mix of troop-specific activities and all-camp group activities.
Campers will remain in their troops throughout the day and practice safe distancing and sanitization.
Trailblazers Camp gives young people entering 7th and 8th Grades the opportunity to learn how to take healthy risks while making friends and having fun. Campers will remain on campus and follow a specifically tailored schedule to ensure each activity is age-appropriate while still giving campers the opportunity to take risks and make lasting memories.
Our creative and experienced staff supervises this safe and exciting schedule of varied summer activities. From hiking, to robotics, to community service, campers will get a mix of everything!
Dates: June 21 – 25; June 28 – July 2; July 5 – 9; July 12 – 16; July 19 – 23; July 26 – 30; August 2 – 6; August 9 – 13
Time: 9am-3:30 pm
The two-week Leader In Training program introduces campers to the camp counselor position. LITs participate in team building activities, service learning, and workshops that prepare them for leadership roles. LITs will also have opportunities to shadow camp staff and directors. This program provides invaluable insight and hands-on training by leading and facilitating camp activities, while still enjoying some day camp activities throughout the week.
Campers must complete the full two-week session.
Dates: June 21 - July 2; July 5 – July 16; July 19 – July 30; August 2 – August 13
Time: 9am - 3:30pm
Fee: $900/two-week session
The Counselors in Training (CIT) program teaches responsible teens the essentials of becoming a superior leader, employee, and camp counselor. CITs participate in workshops and discussions to learn about basic child care, behavior management techniques, communication skills, camp organization, activity planning, job application, first aid, and leadership.
For a portion of each day, CITs gain valuable hands-on experience while working in a troop under the guidance of our professional camp staff. They also accompany day campers on their weekly field trips.
HOW TO APPLY
Prospective CITs are required to complete an application and ask two adults to complete a recommendation (at least one current teacher; no family members). The earlier applications and recommendations are submitted, the better, with all materials due no later than March 30, 2021.