Sprawling fields and rustic buildings combined with an intricate trail network set the scene for an amazing camp experience. Girls will explore their surroundings at Laurel while hiking, swimming, and challenging themselves to try new activities. Rich with tradition, every girl will treasure the friendships forged and memories made at camp. Every girl receives lunch, a snack, and swim instruction.
All girls are welcome!
Bus service will not be offered for the summer of 2020.
- Camp hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Before and after-camp care: Is not available for 2020.
- Overnights: There are no overnights for 2020.
- Drop off and Pick up: We will stager the drop off and pick up times when you at camp. Look for your times in the information we will email you prior to your start date at camp.
Check in: As parents enter the camp parking lot at their assigned time slots, we ask that you remain in your vehicle until a staff member completes a personal health evaluation for each camper. Parents will not be allowed to park and exit the vehicle during drop off or pick up as to maintain social distancing and mitigate exposure. Each camper and staff member will be required to have a health screening (looking for symptoms or exposure) and temperature check by camp staff wearing appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE). Any camper or staff member with a temperature greater than 100.4 degrees will not be allowed at camp until cleared by a medical professional or a negative test result. We ask that parents stay in their vehicles at drop off and pick up in order to maintain social distancing and mitigate exposure. This will also aid in keeping the line moving as quickly as possible. To avoid delays, there will be staggered drop off and pick up times for each family. Staff will be responsible for checking campers in and out daily rather than parents as in previous years. This will minimize contact with pens and clipboards. Campers would be required to thoroughly disinfect hands prior to meeting up with their fellow campers and frequently throughout the day. Sanitizer, soap, and water will be available around camp
|Grades Fall 2020||Fee||July 6 - July 10||July 13 - July 17||July 20 - July 24||July 27 - July 31||August 3 - August 7|
|Two Week Camp||Grades 1-8 General Program||$490.00||One Week Only||Two Weeks (July 13-24)||Two Weeks (July 13- July 24)||Two Weeks (July 27- August 7)||Two Weeks (July 27 - August 7)|
|One Week Camp||Grades 1-8 General Program||$270.00||One Week||One Week||One Week||One Week||One Week|
|One Week Older Girl Program||Grades 9-12 Older Girl Program||$270.00||One Week||One Week||One Week||One Week||One Week|
Week 1: Best Summer Ever
Welcome to camp! Learn about camping gear, find your inner camp chef, try a new activity, and head out on a trip around camp planned by your group!
Week 2: Sky's The Limit
Venture through the solar system and beyond and see that space is even bigger than you can imagine. Explore the sun and map the sky!
Week 3: Choose Your Own Adventure
Choose your adventure! Go on a trail run for a distance that challenges you or train and go on three separate day hikes! Plan and prepare. Gather your gear, set a goal, and train for your adventure.
Week 4: We Sense a Mystery
Use your investigative mind to take on many roles - detective, special agent, scientist, psychologist, or an enforcer of the law! Learn about your five senses that work together to allow you to see, hear, smell, taste, and touch the world around you. Practice the power of observation and follow the clues to solve a real mystery!
Week 5: Past, Present, and Future
Learn games, songs, traditions, and activities from Camp Laurel Alum! Celebrate our camp community with a Camp Laurel Parade. Code for the future and find out how programmers write computer programs to solve problems.
Week 6: Eco-Outdoor Adventures
Find out how to protect the environment when you go on a camping trip. Learn and practive the Leave No Trace seven principles!