Camp Session details including descriptions, dates, and registration links are currently being updated. Details for 2021 Summer Camp Season will be updated by January 31, 2021. Registration opens February 17th.
Come make new friends, play a variety of sports, and learn new developmental skills in a safe and energetic atmosphere designed just for you!
About This Camp
Whether your child is a first-timer or an experienced Explorer camper, our exciting and active program is sure to create lasting memories for your child for years to come! Explorer Camp employs a superb and highly-trained group of instructors and group leaders to be there every step of your child’s camp experience.
Ages & Eligibility
Campers must be ages 4.5-6 (by December 1, 2020) in order to register for this camp.
One-Week – $440
Two-Week – $660
Location: Strawberry Canyon Recreation Area
- One-Week v. Two-Week
One-Week campers are not grouped with the Two-Week campers. Swimming is not guaranteed for One-Week camps.
- Camp Structure
Explorer Camp is a highly structured and active camp. Campers take part in approximately eight 30-minute fun-filled activities each day, including swimming lessons. Swimming may not be offered for the one-week camps. Specialized instructors, with the support from your child’s group leader, teach the activities. Most activities take place outdoors at Strawberry Canyon Rec Area. This schedule is designed to provide just the right amount of time developmentally for our young campers to maintain their focus during the activities.
Each camp session features an exciting theme. Past themes have included: Country Western, Wild African Safari, Outer Space, Under the Sea, and Storybook.
To encourage learning, a camper’s activity schedule stays the same for the entire session. Care is taken to include a balance of high-intensity activities (e.g. soccer or rugby) and low-intensity activities (e.g. Arts & Nature or Chess) throughout the day.
Explorer Camp Activities:
- Arts & Nature
- Cooperative Games
- Motor Fitness
- Swimming Lessons and Water Safety
- Track & Field