Trailblazer Day Camp - $225 - 6th and 7th Grade
Pay in full by February 28th to receive our Early Bird Discount price of $205.
You MUST complete a Health History Form online and submit a Release Form to attend Camp.
WHAT ARE THE TIMES?
We run Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Optional 9 p.m. pick up each Thursday. Every week has a special theme listed below.
June 29 - July 3 - Week 1, Holiday Week
July 6 - July 10 - Week 2, Harry Potter.
July 13 - July 17 - Week 3, Star Wars.
July 20 - July 24 - Week 4, Around the World.
July 27 - July 31 - Week 5, Color Wars.
Aug 3 - Aug 7 - Week 6, Super Heroes.
Aug 10 - Aug 14 - Week 7, Disney Week
Aug 17 - Aug 21 - Week 8, Zombie Week
Drop off and pick up information can be found here.
WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
Camp Scully's Trailblazer Camp is the only American Camp Association accredited Day Camp in the Capital Region. A unique program designed for campers in grades 6 and 7, it is a safe and high quality experience that allows older children a chance to socialize with their peers in a supervised environment. There will be plenty of fun team-building activities geared towards leadership and problem-solving, all conducted outside in the forest, on the lake or on our playing fields.
WHAT IS THE COST?
Quality supervision with amazing memories costs $220 per week including lunch.
Extended Hours: Early drop-off at 7:15 a.m. & late pick-up at 6 p.m. is available for an additional $30 for the entire week. (Go to the gym, get the grocery shopping done...pedicure perhaps?)
Stay for our Campfire program on Monday night. We'll feed you camper dinner before they join an additional activity and attend our campfire with the overnight campers. Pick up is at 9 p.m. and the cost is $30.
We want to offer a little more to our Trailblazer campers so an Overnight Experience is offered free of charge on August 10 during Week 7. If you sign up for the Overnight Experience, please be sure to complete the Physician's Exam Form, for which you'll need doctor's signature. Also, during each week of the summer, Trailblazers will be able to stay until 9 p.m. on Thursdays and attended our Candlelight Ceremony.
WHAT IS FOR LUNCH & SNACK
A cooked lunch will be provided at no extra charge made right on site by our cook. We follow USDA guidelines with all of our meals and ensure all children receive a nutritious and healthy snack in the afternoon. Here is our menu. Alternatives available at every lunch are soup (usually tomato and chicken noodle) and peanut butter and jelly sandwich (it's actually soynut butter but we still call it peanut butter).
If you would like to pack your own lunch, you may certainly do so. All we ask is that your child eat their packed lunch if you pack it. Please do not pack peanut products as we try not to have nuts on site.
Of course the Snack Shack is available too, at rest hour. If you have questions about our menu please email us.
WHAT ABOUT HEALTH & WELLNESS?
A New York State licensed Registered Nurse (RN) is on duty 24/7 at Camp Scully. The nurse takes care of all medications and bumps and bruises. Rest assured, if anything happens to your child they will receive prompt and expert professional care and you will be contacted. You will need a completed Health History Form. If you've sign up for the Overnight Experience in Week 7, you must also complete the Physician's Exam Form, for which you'll need doctor's signature. All forms are due June 9th.