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2018 Session Dates
Session 1- 6/18-6/22
9:00am – 4:00pm
Tiny TREK (1/2 day) – $195
Session 3 Fees
(No camp on 7/4)
Tiny TREK (1/2 day) – $160
Multiple Week, Returning Camper, & Sibling discounts available.
*To be eligible for our reduced rates, your family’s registration must be completed and all fees paid in full by April 27. Any session registrations accepted after that date will be processed at the rate of $220 for Tiny Trek, $420 for Jr. and Day Camp, and $470 for Teen Program.
|Paradise Farm Camps has become the place to be in Chester County each summer. Our summer programs are divided into three camp groups; Junior Camp (ages 5-7), Day Camp (ages 8-12), and Teen Leadership Program (ages 13-16). From our five year-olds, all the way up to our teens, every camper receives a positive outdoor experience.Children are assigned to their groups based on age and grade, and each group has four instructors assigned to it. Our instructors are a caring, diverse, and professional team of individuals. The staff teach, guide, and participate with the children in all activities. We maintain at least a 1:6 counselor/camper ratio at all times. The majority of the staff are college students studying to be teachers or planning to serve youth in their careers. Our entire team works hard to ensure your child will receive the very best care.All day long, your child will be trekking through a day filled with fun and engaging activities. Learning to fish, paddling a canoe, shooting a bow and arrow, mastering a swim stroke and scaling a rock wall are some of the valuable lessons your child may receive from us.
For more information on each camp group please follow the links below or contact the Program Director.
TREK is not only the name of our friendly, hiking giraffe mascot, but also an acronym for the values we encourage daily. T.R.E.K. symbolizes: Teamwork, Respect, Enthusiasm, and Kindness. TREK has become the ideal our campers adhere to while at camp. It is our intent that each child will learn to apply these traits not only at camp, but with their families, at school, and wherever they may be.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME AT CAMP
At Paradise Farm Camps, we believe that the joy felt and relationships forged at camp should be accessible to all. Therefore, our team strives to offer children who might otherwise miss out on this amazing experience the chance to enjoy the outdoors, learn from their peers, and free their minds from every day stress. Any camper family that qualifies for financial assistance is matched to a sliding scale which considers both income and family size. Based on this scale, families may qualify for a full or partial sponsorship. Please contact the camp office for more information.
Morning and afternoon extended care is available. Campers may arrive as early as 7:45 am and depart as late as 6:00 pm (5:00 pm on family night fridays). Extended Care includes supervised play with our counselors.
Paradise Farm Camps partners with Sunset Valley Farms to provide a beginner level horseback riding program, available as an elective. Horseback Riding is available to all campers in the Day Camp program (ages 8-12). Additional information will be provided after camper registration.
Transportation is available daily from two separate locations. One is in Great Valley at the Wawa off Rt 202 and 29, The other is in West Chester at the park and ride in the West Goshen Shopping Center. Vans arrive at 7:45 am, and depart by 8:00 am for pick up, and our vans arrive by 4:45 pm and depart at 5:00 pm for drop off. Space is Limited.
|LUNCH, FRIDAY BARBECUE, AND SNACKS
Children must bring a lunch Monday through Thursday. On Fridays, a camp BBQ is provided (included in session fee). Morning and afternoon snacks are provided to all campers. Cold water is available at all times, however, each camper should provide their own reusable water bottle.