At Summer Place your days will be anything but boring. Each will be jam-packed with excitement and adventure as you expand your world with all kinds of exciting sports and enrichment courses. Really, where else can you design and play your own computer games, launch a solar balloon, cook up recipes from around the globe, host a talk show, score a touchdown, and cool off in the pool all at one camp? Only at Summer Place! Every day you'll bounce from one activity to the next – each chosen by you! Whether you want to stretch your legs in soccer or dance or expand your mind with animation, crazy chemistry or an outdoor survival course, Summer Place has all the ingredients you need to cook up your best summer ever. Come join our experienced and caring team of teachers, coaches, and counselors, and discover why. . .
There's no place like Summer Place!
The Summer Place Day
Learning and fun go hand-in-hand at Summer Place, where campers follow a daily schedule that includes a half-day of enrichment courses and a half-day of sports or recreational activities. First through fourth graders participate in two enrichment classes in the morning and three recreational activities in the afternoon (first and second grade campers opting for early dismissal take only two recreational activities in the afternoon); fifth through ninth graders follow a schedule of three recreational activities in the morning and two enrichment courses in the afternoon. The entire camp gathers together for opening and closing activities and at lunch. At all times throughout the day, children are under the careful direction and supervision of the Summer Place staff.
One of the most important features of Summer Place is that campers design their own schedules, selecting from the wide range of choices offered each course period. The schedule of courses is provided on the course worksheets. Please refer to the worksheet for the appropriate session when completing the registration form. Special note: The grade-level designation for each course refers to the grade the child will enter in the fall of 2013.
Special note: The grade-level designation for each course refers to the grade the child will enter in the
fall of 2013.