What precautions are being taken concerning COVID-19?
We are carefully following all local regulations for COVID-19. The specific requirements are ever changing, but we are committed to keeping a close eye on recommendations from health officials.
How many weekly sessions are offered?
Day camp runs for six consecutive weeks. Campers register by the number of weeks they wish to attend.
What are the hours of a typical camp day?
Camp runs from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday through Friday.
Are there supervised day care sessions before and after camp hours?
Pre-care and post-care sessions are offered from 7:30 - 9:00 AM, and 4:00 - 5:30 PM, respectively. Staff supervision and a variety of activities are provided during these additional hours. Snacks and drinks are provided each day in post-care.
What if I only need pre or post-care on certain days?
Arrangements for single day care sessions can be made with our registrar.
What is the drop-off/pick-up procedure?
Drop-off and pick-up policy requires parents/guardians to sign in and sign out children on a daily basis. Any other pick-up arrangements will require a written note with a parental signature when dropping off children in the morning.
What are the ages and grade levels of the campers?
Campers range in age roughly from 5 to 11 years old in our 1st-6th grade program and 12-15 years old in our 7th-9th grade junior high program. The grade level refers to which grade a camper will be entering in the fall following camp.
What are color teams? How are they assigned?
1st-6th grade campers are assigned to mixed-gender color teams according to grade level, for age-appropriate activities. Small groups for certain activities and discussion times within the color teams will be same-gender.
What special activities are offered each day?
Campers begin each day with camp opening, a time for fellowship, singing, skits and announcements. Bible Time is an activity in which age-level groups hear a lesson from the Bible. Daily activities rotate campers through activity centers, such as crafts, sports and group games. Click here for a rundown of a typical day on site. On certain days, day trips take campers to a variety of fun locations.
What are the camp facilities like?
Summer Adventure utilizes the facilities of Black Rock Church. The church features newly constructed classrooms and activity rooms specifically designed for kids and youth, with a game room, a large group room, a youth cafe, and a large multipurpose room for indoor group games. The pictures below offer a view of our facilities: