2023 Adventure Camp (grades 6-8)
Have fun with friends while going to theme parks, swimming, arcades, movies and much more! This active camp is Monday through Friday (except 4th of July weekend) and goes on 2 or 3 offsite trips per week. Two camp shirts are provided with registration. Registration includes all offsite trips and pizza lunch on Monday's.
No camp Mon/Tue July 3-4
AFTER REGISTERING FOR CAMP, PLEASE COMPLETE THE ADVENTURE CAMP INFORMATION FORM BY June 1st!
Dates & locations scheduled to change based on Council Rock School District schedule/facility availability
We are taking a total of 70 campers this summer, so be sure to register early!
Pricing/Early Registration Information
A Deposit of 25% (of the regular rate) guarantees you a spot in the camp of your choice. All deposits must be paid in full by June 1st. Camp enrollments received after June 1st must be paid in full.
EARLY REGISTRATION RATES END THURSDAY, MARCH 30TH! Discount will be applied at checkout.
5-Day Fee: $1985 Resident Discount: $1726
Early Discount: $1804 Early Resident Discount: $1569
4-Day Fee: $1653 Resident Discount: $1437
Early Discount: $1503 Early Resident Discount: $1307
DROP OFF AND PICK UP PROCEDURES
- Drop off and Pick up will be curbside. Camp Directors will be outside during drop off and pick up to facilitate the process.
- A car line will start at 8:50 am, so you can drive up and drop off to the Camp Director. We will be ready to greet your child and escort campers into the school. Please have your child ready to exit the car on the curb side. Campers are expected to be on time and ready to participate at the beginning of camp.
- DO NOT leave before your camper checks in with the camp director.
- Each family will receive four name placards for pick up. Distribute these placards to anyone authorized to pick up your camper. Placards will need to be displayed on the dash. If you do not have a placard in your vehicle, you will be asked for a Photo ID and MUST be listed as an authorized pick up person. NO EXCEPTIONS. Placards will be available for pick up in the Parks & Recreation office M-F, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm starting on June 12th.
- Campers must be picked up promptly. There will be a late fee assessed of $5 for every five minutes you are late picking up your child, after an initial ten minutes. (i.e. car line has ended) This late fee is per camper.
- Late drop offs and early pickups are discouraged. If it is necessary, please notify the director ahead of time and call the cell phone number of the camp director when you arrive. The Camp Director will escort your child in or bring them out. The main office staff at the schools have asked that you refrain from ringing the door bell.
- Please be aware of the safety of others when dropping off or picking up your child. Be considerate and patient, and watch your speed when pulling in and out of the parking lot.
- BIKERS - If your child is permitted to ride their bike to and from camp, please email Matt at firstname.lastname@example.org with written approval and we will pass the information along to the camp director.
- Camp Staff is not permitted to transport campers under any circumstances.
- If this is your first time going to Adventure Camp, please email Matt at email@example.com a current headshot of your child(ren). Photo(s) will be used in case of emergencies and only accessible to the office and Camp Director. Please include campers name when emailing.
- Please update your account with the best email and phone number to reach you at
- Text blast will be sent on the bus ride home from after hours camp trips, so please update your account, campers will also be allowed to text parents on the way home
- Most trips do not allow food in the park, so please send your camper with money on those trip days (parents will be notified if money is needed)
- Backpacks should not be brought to any theme parks unless doing a water park
- Newtown Township and camp counselors/staff are not responsible for lockers or personal belongings
- Adventure Camp Code of Conduct will be emailed out to parents approximately two weeks before camp starts. This form will need to be signed by both parent and camper.
PERSONAL BELONGINGS/DRESS REQUIREMENTS
What to Wear
- Sneakers (Flip flops and open toed shoes will be allowed only during water activities.)
- Comfortable athletic attire, possible sweatshirt as the schools are air conditioned.
- Sunscreen/Bug Spray
- Campers should come to camp wearing sunscreen daily. Camp staff is NOT allowed to apply sunscreen on your camper. If your child is susceptible to burns on the scalp or hair part, be sure to send in a hat labeled with their name inside.
- Label all items your child wears and brings to camp.
What to Leave Home
- Valuable items
- Cell Phone/Electronic Devices are discouraged at camp. Camp Directors have phones available to use in case of emergencies. A list of directors phone numbers will be in the folder your camper receives the first day of camp.
- Campers are responsible for whatever they bring to camp (please label belongings)
- Newtown Township nor its staff are not responsible for the safety of digital technology brought from home.
LUNCH AND SNACKS
- Campers should bring a lunch, drink(s), and snack each day. Pizza (2 slices) will be provided on Mondays. If your child does not prefer pizza please bring a lunch. Dietary restrictions are unable to be accommodated.
- Staff will encourage all campers to drink plenty of water as we will be keeping them active and outdoors. Campers should bring reusable water bottles to camp daily. There are bottle filling fountains available for children to refill their water bottles. Please make sure all bottles are labeled CLEARLY and check periodically in case the name has rubbed off.
- We make every effort possible to ensure your child’s safety. Any food allergies your child has should be notated on the registration form. We promote a nut free camp but cannot guarantee it.
- Any special needs your child might have (i.e. diet, allergies, asthma, delays, services, etc.) should be documented on the questionnaire you fill out during registration. If your child receives services (from the Intermediate Unit, Early Intervention, or Private Therapy) for any special need, developmental delay, or otherwise, it is advantageous to provide the Parks and Recreation Department with a copy of the Individualized Service Plan (or similar). Our staff will use this information to help your child have a successful camp experience. All information will be handled with discretion, maintaining confidentiality.
- If you are sending medication to camp for your camper, please complete the Camper Medication Form (listed in the forms section below). Email or return this form to the Parks and Recreation office by June 1st.
- Medication must be packaged in the properly labeled pharmacy container, in a plastic bag with the child’s name. The information above must match what is on the prescription bottle. Medication must be dropped off by the parent/guardian to the Camp Director or to the Parks & Recreation office. All medications left at camp after August 11 will be discarded, no exceptions.
Additional Forms and Files: