Summer Camp

Traditional Camps:

Small Feet:
The fun starts early for our littlest campers ages 4 – 5years. Camp Small feet is designed with hands-on learning and fun in mind. arts and crafts, songs, and games are centered around weekly themes to engage curious preschoolers. Swimming and outside play are a highlight of summer camp for this age group.

Pioneers:
Camp Pioneers focuses on a traditional Summer Camp experience for children in grades 1 – 2. Campers learn how to create new friendships and explore the natural world around them. Camp activities like art, music, nature, swimming and sports are designed to build confidence, new skills, and untapped talent. Themes, field trips and special events make it a different adventure every week.

Explorers:
Camp Explorers focuses on a traditional Summer Camp experience for children in grades 3 – 4. Campers become more self-reliant and will explore new interests with activities like art, music, nature, swimming and sports. Themes, field trips and special events make it a different adventure every week.

Pathfinders:
Camp Pathfinders gives kids in grades 5 – 6 a traditional camp experience with an emphasis on independence, and learning the importance of team building and leadership skills. Campers will enjoy fun-filled activities such as art, music, nature, swimming and sports designed to build confidence and encourage exploration into new areas. Themes, field trips and special events make it a different adventure every week.

Trailblazers:
Camp Trailblazers is intended for young teens and is designed to build their leadership skills, let them explore different career opportunities, give them a chance to make a difference in their community and most importantly, to let them have a fun-filled indoor and outdoor summer experience! Activities may include leadership, sports, adventure, swimming, nature exploration, the arts, social time and more. Themes, field trips and special events make it a different adventure every week.

LIT:
The LIT program is designed for teens who demonstrate the ability to accept the responsibilities that come with the challenges of leadership. Teens will work with camp groups and shadow key camp staff in a variety of program areas. Teens should have a positive attitude, ability to work in a group setting and a willingness to work with children as young as 4 years old.

Dragonfly Day Camp:
Dragonfly Forest Day Camp is for campers with special needs and abilities. The camp’s goal is to provide a transformative camp experience for all children by providing the structure and support needed to succeed in all facets of life and build self-confidence while instilling pride to give them power and control over their futures.  Camp offers positive integration with other campers when possible to enable all children to learn and appreciate all individuals. Campers will spend their day engaging in arts and crafts, performing arts, science and nature, sports, swimming, and field trips.