This is a week long traditional sleep-away camp program designed for boys & girls ages 7 to 12 years old.
Brothers and Sisters can attend camp together.
Your camper will be able to choose his/her own adventure by selecting the activities he/she would like to do.
(See schedule below)
FOR ALL CHILDREN
Your family can come one day early (Sunday Night) to help get your camper comfortable with camp and/or stay one day later (Friday Night). No programming will be provided. Meals can be purchased at $10/adult and $8/Child. Rent out an entire cabin for $50 or stay in your own tent for $15.
COME EARLY STAY LATE OPTION
Your camper with her cabin group will form a committee to plan camp programs.
Campers will plan: Dinner and a Show, Evening Programs, All Camp Parties, Campfires, Camper Awards & Contests.
Parents/Families will help their camp move and settle in. They will help their child register for activities. They will participate in opening day planning, games, and activities including lunch.
On closing day, Parents and families will join your camper’s cabin group for a day hike and closing ceremony. Join the camp for closing lunch, art show, and presentations. At our Closing Campfire, parents and family members will see presentations from your camper’s cabin group and his/her activity groups.
Tuesday through Thursday your child will attend the same activity groups so that he/she can visit the topic more in depth.
If your child doesn’t like an activity group, he/she can move to a different one.
Three activity groups will be offered each day focusing on: Arts, Sports, Drama, Camp Crafts, Low Ropes, Dance, Music, Cooking, and Outdoor Skills.
CAMPER & FAMILY DAYS
10:00-12:00am Check In
Noon Lunch with Parents & Families
Register for Activities
2:00 pm Cabin Games
3:00 pm Parents and Families Leave
3:00 - 5:00 pm Cabin Planning/ Activities
5:30 pm Dinner
7:00 pm Campfire
8:00-9:00 am Breakfast
10:00-12:00 am Parents Arrive
10:00 am Hike/Nature Walk
Cabin Closing Ceremony
Noon Lunch with Parents and Families
Art Show & Presentations
1:00 pm Closing Campfire Program
Cabin Group Presentations
2:30 pm Self Guided Tours
3:00 pm Check Out
CAMPER ONLY DAYS
(Tuesday through Thursday)
8:00 am Breakfast
Opening Circle/ Goals
Kapers (Camp Chores)
10:00 am Camp Together:
10:30-12:00 am 1st Activity Block:
Fine Arts (Drawing, Painting, Pottery)
Sports: (Soccer, Ultimate, Swimming)
Cooking (Cake Decorating, Dutch Oven, Candy Making)
12:00-2:00 pm Lunch/ Me Time
Cabin Committee Planning
2:00-3:30 pm 2nd Activity Block:
Camp Crafts (Leather work, Lummi Sticks, Hemp)
Outdoor Skills (First Aid, Fort Building, Treasure Hunt)
Low Ropes (Team Building, Initiative Puzzles & Games)
3:30 pm Free Play/ Snack
4:00-5:00 pm 3rd Activity Block:
Hip Hop Dance
5:00-7:00 pm Dinner and a Show
7:00-8:30 pm Evening Program (Campfire, All- Camp, Camp-Wide games)
8:30 pm Closing Circle
9:00-10:00 pm Lights Out
Dates: July 11-15, 2011 or July 25-29, 2011 or August 1-5, 2011
Times: 10 am Monday to 3 pm Friday
Fee: $495 per participant
Transportation: You will need to provide transportation for your camper to and from the camp.
DATES & PRICES
1-800-200-CAMP ~ PO Box 55 Draper UT 84020 ~ email@example.com
We’re looking for teenagers 14 to 17 years old (boys & girls) who are camp enthusiastic, interested in learning more about the camp behind the scenes, and have fun at camp. This is a leadership program focused on team building, communication, problem solving, and mentoring skills. CITs will assist with programming for younger children under guidance from staff. Make memories for a life-time. An excellent resume builder giving an edge for application to be a future leader at Navajo Trails or other Summer Camps.
Dates: July 24-Aug 6, 2011
Times: Sunday 10 am to Saturday Noon
Fee: $995 per participant.