Choose from Three Options
- $79 for one week of summer day camp ($150 value)
- $229 for three weeks of summer day camp ($450 value)
- $399 for six weeks of summer day camp ($900 value)
See the information packet for dates. The Monday–Friday camp runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., though parents can sign up for early drop-off or late pickup at an additional cost of $15 per week. Kids entering grades 1–8 can enroll.
Each week will feature a different theme and plenty of healthy outdoor activities. In the mornings, age-appropriate groups of 8–12 campers might engage in a scavenger hunt, pond exploration, or Simon Says; the afternoon might feature presentations on archaeology, crafts, ecology, and outdoor skills by area professionals. Campers should bring a swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, and bagged lunch every day (the camp can provide lunch for an additional fee).
Maple Ski Ridge
Maple Ski Ridge is a year-round family-friendly destination that caters to adults and kids alike. In winter, the slopes come alive with skiers, snowboarders, and snow tubers, who make their way up and down trails with assistance from qualified instructors. Come summer, the resort pulls out all the stops for kids entering first through eighth grade by keeping them busy during a sun- and fun-drenched day camp. Sports, arts and crafts, hikes, and scavenger hikes are all on the docket, as are special visits from experts on topics such as archaeology, ecology, and bird-watching.
All ages can also get involved in the Run the Ridge race, which raises funds for veterans' groups. Adults trudge through 5 kilometers of obstacles, while kids get splattered with mud during the 2K. As the weather turns once more, Maple Ski Ridge closes up camp and opens its fall festival, which treats families to autumnal activities like hay rides and craft, antique, and car shows.