Multiple weeks (see below)
Day Camp 1: June 19-23
Day Camp 2: June 26-30
Day Camp 3: July 10-14
Day Camp 4: July 17-21
Day Camp 5: July 24-28
Day Camp 6: July 31-August 4
Day Camp 7: August 7-11
Day Camp 8: August 14-18
Weeks 1-7 $200 per week
Week 8 - $250
Save $15 for each extra week you attend*
Siblings discount $25 each sibling, each week**
*Weeks need not be consecutive.
** Sibling discount for Day Camps applies only when a sibling is in the same session.
-- One child comes week 1 ($200) then saves $15 for week 3 ($185), an additional $15 ($30 total) for week 6 ($170), then an additional $15 ($45 total) from week 8's higher price ($205).
-- For all 8 weeks "Raw Price" would be $1650, but with the discounts, that comes to $1230. Or $1030 for children with siblings.
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Weeks 1-8 (13-15 years old)
Are you 13, 14, or 15 years old? Are you looking for an opportunity to develop leadership skills? Do you like working with children in an outdoor setting? If you answered yes to all of those questions, then this is the opportunity for you.
As a Day Camp Assistant (DCA) you will gain work experience and improve your counseling skills by assisting groups of two to fifteen campers, alongside Skyline’s day camp counselors. Please click on summer jobs for more information.
Enjoy all the fun of summer camp with the comfort of evenings at home.
Monday - Thursday, 8am-5pm;
Is lunch provided?
Do you accomodate special diets/allergies?
Yes. You give the details on the health form, and we'll work with you to meet your child's needs. See the Special Diets and Allergies FAQ document.
Can my camper drop-in/out for days here and there?
No. Our program is designed to build on community and develop friendships, and to have activities that progress. Of course, appointments and illnesses etc., can arise, but we do not plan for single-day campers.
Are the staff adults?
Yes - our leadership and counselors are adults; we also have some teens as assistants, but not leaders. We do not count the teen Day Camp Assistants in our ratios.
Is before-care or after-care available?
No. Our day camp staff assist with our overnight programs, and are not available outside the designated times.
Day Camp Weekly Themes
Day Camp 1: Fun in the Sun I June 19-23, 2017
This is a great week for first-time campers! Spend the day with a group of friends and camp counselors in the woods, rain or shine. Get the chance to enjoy archery, outdoor cooking, s’mores, catch & release fishing, canoeing, kayaking, makerspace, free play in the wilderness, singing, horseback riding and visit our farm animals.
Day Camp 2: Farm and Garden June 26-30, 2017
Play in Skyline’s gardens and help care for our camp farm animals. Animal time will include feeding, grooming, herd health, farm journals, playing and getting dirty! Garden time will include planting, harvesting, weeding, composting, seed saving, playing and getting dirty! Campers will each take home their own mini greens garden and seeds to plant. Plus, campers will get the chance to try shooting a bow and arrow, go boating, catch and release fishing, horseback riding and free play in the woods.
Day Camp 3: Water World July 10-14, 2017
If you love the water, then this is the week for you! Get wet running through an obstacle course, play water games at the pool, and jump through sprinklers. Pop water balloons at archery, go fishing, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boating, and more.
Day Camp 4: Fun in the Sun II July 17-21, 2017
This week is another great week for first-time campers. Learn to shoot a bow and arrow, go canoeing, enjoy catch & release fishing, sing camp songs, visit our makerspace, see the farm animals, free play in the wilderness and more. Participate in a big group game of Predator vs. Prey with our overnight campers.
Day Camp 5: TWO CHOICES this week
Day Camp 5 (a) Mad Scientist! July 24-28, 2017
Put on your lab coats and goggles and create potions, protect an egg from a steep drop, build boats out of tin foil to see if they can float across the pond, and launch water rockets into the air. Enjoy free play in the woods, archery, canoeing, catch & release fishing, and more.
Day Camp 5 (b) Soccer Camp Ages 9-12 July 24-28, 2017
This session is for older day campers who love soccer. Through drills, scrimmages and games, they will improve their dribbling, passing, shooting skills and more. Soccer campers will join the other day campers for the morning gathering, meals and swimming.
Day Camp 6: Survival July 31- August 4, 2017
Build shelters, track animals and improve your fire building skills. Work as a team to blaze a new trail at camp. Play canoe tag, see how many fish you can catch with a net, and enjoy free play in the wilderness.
Day Camp 7: Wild Artisans August 7-11, 2017
Make beautiful creations using materials found in nature. Make a fairy house or a gnome home village, create a bowl out of twigs and twine, and find materials on a nature hike to create a weaving of your own. Enjoy free play in the woods, archery, canoeing, catch & release fishing, and more.
Day Camp 8: Day Trippers August 14-18, 2017
Discover some local gems with your camp friends! This week campers will take trips to some of the area’s attractions in the morning and have opportunities in the afternoons to try some the traditional camp activities. Visit destinations such as Wolcott Mill Historic Center, Blake’s Cider Mill, General Squire Water Park, Seven Ponds Nature Center, and Lake Nepessing Golfland. Destinations are subject to change. Further information about the trips will be sent out closer to the session start date.