This exciting and adventurous day camp program is held in Doyle Park for children ages 6-12. Regular camp activities include games, outdoor skills, crafts and special events. Where the adventure begins is with the 3-4 CityBus excursions to local destinations!
PLEASE NOTE: ALL FIELD TRIPS AND SPECIAL GUESTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Ages: 6-12 (5 3/4 year olds may attend if they will be entering 1st grade in Fall 2017)
Days & Times: Monday-Friday, 10:30am-5:15pm
Cost: $175 (S.R. Resident $165)
$15 OFF EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION IF YOU SIGN UP BY JUNE 3RD!
Themes/Registration: To view camp themes/dates and to register, click here
Optional Extended Hours: Offered from 7:45am-10:30am ($50)
Registration for Extended Hours: Click here to register
Location: Doyle Park Clubhouse
(ALL drop-off and pick-up locations will be at Doyle Park Clubhouse)
Everything You Need to Know About Camp: Please read the Parent Letter to learn about:
- What to bring
- Check-In Information
- Requesting a Friend
- Rainy Day Information
- Lost and Found
- Behavior Management
- and MORE!
Frequently Asked Questions:
Can my child be grouped with a friend?
In order for requests to be considered, BOTH campers must request each other at the time of registration. Only one friend request is allowed. Tribes/Groups are divided by age so that the activities can be tailored accordingly, so please be sure that the friends requesting one another are of similar age (by one year). We strive to maintain a group size of between 15-17 and will not rearrange groups if this number is compromised. We will try to accommodate all requests, however we cannot guarantee placement. Only requests made prior to the first day of camp will be considered.
How many Counselors and Staff are there?
Each group of 15 to 17 campers is supervised by one counselor, one counselor aide, and 2-3 CIT's (counselors-in-training). Our counselors are college age students and our counselor aides are high school age. All of our staff and volunteers attend a one week inservice training program to learn how to lead the various activities in a fun and safe manner.
How does my child become a Counselor In Training?
Learn about our Counselor In Training (CIT) Program here.