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Reviewed July 6, 2014
· Reviewed December 22, 2016
Reviewed July 9, 2016
What You'll Get
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$549 for 10 days of youth summer camp, valid June 16–June 27 (up to $1,091.80 value)
$549 for 10 days of youth summer camp, valid June 30–July 14 (up to $1,091.80 value)
- Weekday camp with transportation
- $10 registration fee
- 3% fee for not using cash or check, if applicable
Bus transportation is available along Route C (Woodland Hills/West Hills) if space permits.
Led by one or two senior counselors and a junior counselor, small groups of approximately 12 campers aged 4–14 dive into a handful of activities from a packed schedule. Campers may create painting projects during arts-and-crafts time, go on a fishing expedition, or scale a rock-climbing wall. Each week holds theme days such as Crazy Hat Day or Beach Day, allowing participants to immerse themselves in wacky ideas or interactive outings.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 27, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person may buy 1 additional as gift for different camper. Only valid for new families/families not currently enrolled. Extended care hours not available; includes regular camp hours: 9:30-3:30 pm. Must call for availability before purchasing voucher. Registration required at www.campsummertime.com before 5/26/2014. Bus transportation, Route C only (Servicing Calabasas/San Fernando Valley area), is included if space is available; must call camp before purchasing for bus availability. Boys and girls ages 4 to 14. No camp on Friday, July 4th. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Camp Summertime
Stretched across 120 acres, Camp Summertime beckons youngsters to its picturesque grounds that boast three swimming pools, two ponds, and one towering rock wall. As campers delve into activities that range from horseback riding to zip lining, they also build friendships and boost their self-esteem in a noncompetitive environment first cultivated in 1965 by the Lefitz family. This atmosphere continues to thrive as campers bond with one another and their personable counselors over playing carnival games, attending dance parties, and building giant sand castles to live in together.