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2024 Camp Schedule

 

 Session  Session Dates (9am-3pm)  Camper Age
 A June 17th – 21st  Ages 6-7
 B June 24th – 28th  Ages 6-7
 C* July 1st – 5th (no camp on July 4th)  Ages 8-9
 D July 8th – July 12th  Ages 8-9
 E July 15th – July 19th  Ages 10-11
 F July 22nd – July 26th  Ages 10-11
 G July 29th – August 2nd  Ages 11-12
 H** August 5th – August 9th  Ages 12-14

Sessions A – F have limited Counselor in Training spots.  CIT campers MUST be age 14 only, and are for campers who are interested in taking on a leadership role at the summer camp.  For more information on being a CIT, please read our FAQ page.  Campers who age 14 and are looking for a traditional summer camp experience should register for Session H.

* Session C is a four day session, due to the July 4th holiday.  This shorter week is reflected in the price for Session C.

**Campers who are ages 13 and 14 can only attend Session H, due to the age of our Junior Counselors.  While we can sometimes be flexible with our other age groups in terms of what sessions they attend, we are required by the state that our camp staff, including our Junior Counselors, are a certain number of years older than our campers, and therefore cannot have our older campers in any other sessions.