Campers enrolled in the day camp participate in 35-minute swim lessons daily. Our experienced aquatics director gives each camper a pre-assessment on their first day of camp and places the camper in their swim lesson group.
Red Cross Swimming Lessons
Free swim is a life-guarded, unstructured 30-minute period in the pool. Non-swimmers are supervised by staff in the water. Free swim varies in length, depending on the weather.
Every group in the day camp is scheduled for arts and crafts one morning period per week. During the afternoon, arts and crafts is offered as a free choice option.
Arts & Crafts
Groups one, two, and three are scheduled for nature crafts one morning period per week. The projects are introduced with different nature themes.
Day campers nine years of age and older participate in archery one morning period per week. The archery lesson includes instruction, safety protocols, and coaching for new and returning archers.
Day campers in groups four and older participate in golf one morning period per week. The golf lesson includes instruction, safety protocols, and coaching for new and returning golfers. During the afternoon free choice schedule, mini campers can select snag golf as a choice.
Day campers can choose dance as a morning group choice and an afternoon free choice from freeze dance to Hip Hop to All-Camp Line Dances.
Day campers participate in various activities to get their bodies moving. Obstacle courses, jump roping, and running activities are introduced with the central focus of fun.
The camp curriculum is filled with recreational games such has as castle ball, Gaga ball, scramball, capture the flag, lawn games, battleship, and parachute games.
Counselor led activities include activities that build teamwork and collaboration among the campers in the group. Campers favorite team building games include pathfinder.
Every group in the day camp is scheduled for character counts one morning period per week. Each week the campers and counselors explore a camp-wide word: Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring, Citizenship, Sportspersonship, and Courage.
Character Counts Program
Group one is scheduled for FACT one morning period per week. The Counselors introduce age-appropriate safe practices such as stranger danger, escalator, elevator, and water safety.
Counselor led lead theatre games, offered in the afternoon free choice program, include ice-breakers and improv.
Campers enrolled in the tennis school participate in 90-minute tennis lessons in the morning. Our experienced USTA Tennis Teaching Professional gives each tennis camper a pre-assessment on their first day of camp and places the player with a coach. While beginners work with coaches on indoor short-courts, advanced players work with coaches on the regulation court.
Campers in the day camp participate in one tennis lesson per week in the morning schedule.
Tennis (for day campers)
Day campers in groups three and older participate in pickleball one morning period per week. Pickleball is played on badminton courts with a wooden paddle and a perforated plastic ball
As an afternoon free choice activity, upper campers can take on the challenge of playing Speedminton (a combination of badminton, squash, and tennis without a net). Players attempt to hit into their opponents designated square on the field on in the gymnasium.
Campers in the day camp participate in one activity period of basketball each week in the morning schedule. The group counselor leads Age-appropriate introductory skills and activities.
When lacrosse skills clinics are offered, campers in groups four and higher can participate in the afternoon free-choice period.
Whether it is a game of field hockey, floor hockey, or street hockey, we have the right size stick for every camper. From foam stick blades to plastic, every group is scheduled for hockey one morning period per week.
Field, Floor, Street Hockey
Groups 4 and higher can select flag football as an afternoon free choice. Campers can choose different size footballs to learn to throw and catch.