Day Camp

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For Campers Ages 8-12

Each camper in our Day Camp is placed in a group of 24 to 28 campers.  All campers are placed in groups according to age and grade.  Four counselors assist each camper group in all daily activities.

Each week, campers participate in a teambuilding program, which includes field-based initiatives as well as tackling some of the 20 elements in our low-ropes course.

During the morning, each camper group will rotate through a schedule of activities that include sports, nature, and an adventure activity such as archery, canoeing, fishing, or rock climbing.

Each day, campers have an hour long session of free swim. Every camper will get an opportunity to engage in an Elective. They will choose from a list of activities such as: Arts and Crafts, a specialized Sport activity or Horseback Riding.  Electives give each camper an opportunity to use his or her voice in deciding a unique camp experience.

Camp Session Fee – $375

*To be eligible for our reduced rates, your family’s registration must be completed and all fees paid in full by April 28.  Any session registrations accepted after that date will be processed at the rate of $400.

WAWAKIYA

Wawakiya is the Master of the Outdoors.  This program is a skill mastery program that is available for any camper that attends 3 or more weeks. This program challenges children to become masters in four Outdoor Activities: (1) Basic Survival Skills (2) Fishing (3) Archery and (4) Canoeing.

Campers must demonstrate proficiency in each section by completing 15 requirements in order to to receive a mastery patch.  Once a camper has earned all four patches they have become Wawakiya. This program is expected to take children multiple weeks and even years to achieve, and it is for this reason that it is available only to children who attend camp for at least 3 weeks.

Sleepaway Session – August 13-18

Sleepaway session is for all children ages 9-14. We believe every child can benefit from a positive camp experience. Camp provides exciting activities like swimming, canoeing, fishing, and archery, that allow campers to learn new skills and build confidence.  Camp also creates cherished memories of singing around a campfire and telling jokes or sharing ghost stories late at night in the cabin. Most importantly, camp provides a safe space where campers play and live together, learning how to cooperate, communicate, and trust each other. These moments ultimately create friendships and relationships that can last a lifetime.
       
Session 1 – 6/19-6/23
Blast Off – Space Week
Session 2 – 6/26-6/30
Mad Scientist
Session 3 – 7/5-7/7
Wawakiya
Session 4 – 7/10-7/14
Gigantic Games Galore
Session 5 – 7/17-7/21
PFC Jumanji Adventure
Session 6 – 7/24-7/28
PFC Film Festival
Session 7 – 7/31-8/4
Camp Wars: Survivor
Session 8 – 8/7-8/11
Camp Carnival
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