Campers registered for these camps enjoy the best of both worlds! Campers enrolled in specialty camps participate half of the day in their chosen camp and then join base camp for the other half of their day (Monday-Thursday). Friday we have unique all-camp programming based on our weekly theme.

  • Camp Hours: 9am-3:30pm (drop-off is from 8:30am- 9am and pick-up is from 3:30pm-4pm)
  • Early Drop-Off: 7:30am-8:30am
  • Late Pick-Up: 4pm-6pm
  • Specialty Camp Fees:$575 per week

(Ages 9-14)

Join our catch and release fishing program this summer. Campers will be brought to different fishing areas around Burges Pond where they learn the basics of fishing, finding and hooking bait and reeling in their catch. We also teach them how to be mindful and ethical with fishing strategies that support our eco-system, This summer we will be offering the traditional half day program we offer for all specialty camps as well as an option for a full day program for an additional fee.

  • Weeks - Half Day : 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
  • Weeks - Full Day* : 3, 4, 5, 8
    (*Additional Fee: $25)
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Popstar Experience
(Ages 8-14)

Does your camper love Taylor Swift? Then they belong with us at camp for our exclusive Popstar Experience specialty camp this summer! Mix and match unique outfits inspired by her musical journey in a week where we celebrate all things Taylor! Whether you love karaoke, trivia, name that tune, makeovers, crafts or making friendship bracelets, we have all of this and soooo much more in store for you, so come straight to our registration page and sign up now before all of the spots are gone and if you are one of the first 13 campers to sign up, you’ll get a special Taylor-inspired gift the first day of camp too!

  • Weeks :4, 8
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(Ages 8-14)

The magic of outdoor cooking is about to unfold for your camper as they learn to appreciate farm fresh ingredients and how to transform them into tasty dishes and snacks that are healthy and delicious! Campers will be taught by a farm fresh chef how to prep, cook and even clean up as they develop daily living skills and habits that will start them on a lifetime journey of wellness in a fun and engaging environment.

  • Weeks : 4, 5
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Cards at Camp
(Ages 7-12)

Does your camper like Pokemon, Magic the Gathering and other card games? Then this is the camp for them! We will teach these games and more while incorporating all of the amazing cards they have collected too in this fun, competitive and interactive setting. They will walk away with new strategies that improve their game skills. If we have enough time, we will even create our own deck.

  • Week : 4
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Theatre In The Woods
(Ages 10-14)

Does your camper love musicals and plays? Sign up now so we can get them ready for their close-up! We will be creating our very own play through writing, imagining sets and costumes all leading up to the big debut on Friday! Sign up now before the backstage door closes!

  • Week : 6
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Intro to Flag Football
(Ages 7-10)

Your camper will learn the fundamentals of flag football by practicing skills and drills including, catching, passing, positioning, defense, agility exercises, and scrimmaging which will culminate in a Fun Friday Super Bowl game complete with cheerleaders and a special half time show performed by our very own campers!

  • Week : 7
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Intro to Cheerleading
(Ages 7-10)

Cheers to summer! Bring your cheer, spirit and energy to our cheerleading camp where all levels are welcome. Campers will learn new cheer skills through tumbling techniques, cheers, dance moves and more! We will be learning a cheer routine to perform at the Super Bowl on Fun Friday!

  • Week : 7

Magic Academy
(Ages 7-10)

Let’s make some magic! Whether you like wizards, witches, fairies, genies or any other magical beings, join us in exploring the magic within and around you. We will make magic wands, potions, spell books, hats, enchanted robes and even be playing Quiddich with your very own customized broomstick on our enchanted and magical playing field! Don’t wait or your chance to attend the Magic Academy will … disappear!

  • Weeks : 5, 7
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(Ages 8-12)

High energy, outdoor fun! Campers will learn the proper way to perform natural movements like crawling, jumping, running and climbing which allows them to turn real life into an obstacle course. Active, creative kids will have a chance to experience high energy games and free running activities in an outdoor environment. The goal is to improve campers all around physical abilities like strength, agility, and coordination and instill a lifelong love of movement. Led by experienced Teamworks Sport Performance (TSP) coaches, who will teach and emphasize safety and efficient technique.

  • Weeks : 5, 8
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You are cordially invited to attend our royal princess experience where you will create beautiful crowns, play princess games, march in parades, have tea parties, dance at the royal ball and even make princess slime. There will be a Coronation Ceremony before pick-up on Friday!

  • Weeks : 2, 6
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Turf Wars Camp (Ages 8-12)

Does your camper love to play NERF? Well, here is there chance to play at camp! Campers will learn how to play strategic and tactical games under close adult supervision using their NERF equipment and darts as they learn cooperation and fair play. Please note they will need to bring their own NERF guns and darts and sending a bag is welcome to collect their darts at the end of each session.

  • Weeks : 4, 6
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Woodworking Workshop (Ages 10-14)

Creativity abounds in this unique adult supervised maker space. Campers are encouraged to create a free build project, a gift project and a group project to learn both skills and collaboration. They are led by our specialist who will show the campers how to get the most out of working in this creative medium with both hand tools and power tools. All materials are provided by the camp. This is a very limited opportunity as there are only 7 spots available.

  • Week : 5

Sample Day

Below is the general layout for a typical camp day and a list of different choice activities that
may be offered. Please note, some choice activities may not be available each week.

  • 7:30am - 8:30amAM Extended Day Drop-Off
  • 8:30am - 9:00amCamper Drop-Off
  • 9:00am - 9:20amMorning Meeting
  • 9:30am - 10:30amSpecialty Camp (if it rains we may do some in the afternoon instead)
  • 10:40am - 10:50amSnack 1
  • 11:00am - 12:00pmSpecialty Camp (if it rains we may do some in the afternoon instead)
  • 12:05pm - 12:40pmLunch
  • 12:50pm - 1:50pmActivity Block 3
  • 1:55pm - 2:05pmSnack
  • 2:15pm - 3:15pmActivity Block 4
  • 3:30pm - 4:00pmCamper Dismissal & Pickup
  • 4:00pm - 6:00pmPM Extended Day Pick Up

What To Bring

To help parents prepare for camp, we’ve created a list of
required items to bring. Please make sure names are clearly
marked on all personal items.

  • Waterbottle
  • Snack/Lunch (Camp provides snacks at snack time, however you are welcome to pack your own)
  • Comfortable clothing & sneakers or closed toed shoes for the waterfront (i.e. crocs, closed toed sandals, water shoes, etc.)
  • Change of Clothing (recommended)
  • Bathing Suit & Towel (Campers are welcome to wear a bathing suit under their clothes)
  • Sunscreen & Bug Spray (please apply prior to coming to camp as well)

We ask that campers do not bring any personal games, toys, etc to camp. Also, due to the physical nature of our camp and the activities the campers attend, we respectfully request that campers leave their cell phones, tablets and smart watches at home as we cannot be held liable for loss, theft or damage.

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