2022 Summer Day Camp
CAMP REGISTRATIONS ARE CLOSED.
All deposits and camp fees are nonrefundable as May 16th, 2022.
Teens, are you up to the challenge of been a counselor? Teenagers will, in addition to all of the summer camp activities, have the chance to develop leadership skills through training and application at camp. Teens are willing to treat each camper, staff, and peers with respect and dignity always and should show a genuine concern for others by communicating, advising, and assisting them. Teen Counselors do not need to pay for the weeks in which they are assisting. Please contact email@example.com or call 434 391 1125 for additional details.
- Camp Time- 9:00 a.m.—4:00 p.m.
- Drop Off Time- 7:30 a.m.—9:00 a.m.
- Pick Up Time- 4:00 p.m.— 5:30 pm
Drop Off & Pick Up Location: Fireman Sports Arena
1328 Zion Hill Rd, Farmville, VA 23901
- Non-Farmville Resident: $125.00 per camp
- Farmville Resident OR Additional Child: $100.00
- Farmville Resident AND Additional Child: $75.00
**$25 deposit per camp is due at registration to reserve camper’s spot. Remaining weekly balance is due the Wednesday prior to each camp. Must sign up for at least three camps to qualify for payment plan**
Campers will learn the rules and fundamentals of various sports i. They will also learn about teamwork and the importance of good sportsmanship. Activities include golf, swimming at the YMCA, bowling at Main Street Lanes, and a field day with Fit Academy.
Campers will learn about wilderness survival as well as learn about Virginia’s natural environment. This fun filled week will be full of physical and mental challenges, adventures, and team building activities. Activities include Trip to High Bridge State Park and Sandy River Outdoor Adventure.
Campers will get to experience demonstrations with our local police department, fire department, and rescue squad by seeing their vehicles firsthand. They will learn about crime scene investigation as well and how it is used to collect evidence and solve crimes.
Campers will explore and venture into history and the different sciences. This camp will include field trips, fun games, and demonstrations so campers can forge their own path. Activities include Robert Russa Moton Museum and Henricus Historical Park.
Campers will have the opportunity to explore urban and rural agriculture by visiting Virginia State University and contribute to a community project for the Town to learn about horticulture and gardening. Activities include trip to BrightEyes Alpaca Retreat and the Richmond Metro Zoo.
Campers will learn about science through interactive and hands-on activities. They will also see how science applies to the world around them, through field trip. Activities includes a visit to the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts and Richmond Science Museum.
Campers will create various crafts and learn to apply visual art techniques. They will also explore performing arts and the many ways art can be used for self-expression. Activities include trip to Longwood Center for the Visual Arts and BrightEyes Alpaca Retreat.