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Camp Speers is the premier day camp for Pike County. Day camp programs offer children from Pre-K to tenth grade the opportunity to experience the exciting Camp Speers programs. Day campers select from a variety of age-appropriate activities to create a fun schedule within their camp group. The Kinder-Kamp group (ages 3-5) experiences introductory activities and a slower paced schedule.  Explorers (ages 6-7), Pathfinders (ages 8-9), and Adventurers (ages 10-12) choose their own activities throughout the week. Teen Trailblazers (ages 13-15) enjoy the summer through engaging and advanced camp activities and exciting off-camp trips every week.

 

 

Activities

Day campers select from a list of available activities each week.  These could include canoeing, rock climbing, mountain biking, hiking, kayaking, sailing, arts & crafts, drama, songs and skits, survival skills, tie-dye, archery, nature art,  sports, ga-ga, marksmanship, high ropes, music & more. Horseback riding is available each week for an additional fee.

 

 

Themes and Special Events

Special events and themes are a huge part of  Camp Speers’ traditions. On special event days, camper groups work together to assemble a team of super heroes (counselors) or follow a secret map to find gold treasure. Session themes range from popular Disney and Pixar movies to our annual Red, White and Blue week, to celebrate the Fourth of July.

Special Events and Themes

Special Events and Themes are a huge part of  Camp Speers’s traditions. In the evening,  cabin groups work together to assemble a team of super heroes (counselors) or spend a week trying to survive a Zombie Take-Over. Session themes range from popular Disney and Pixar movies to our annual Red, White and Blue week, to celebrate the Fourth of July. Once a summer, campers are divided into teams for the ultimate Color Wars competition.

2020 Weekly Themes

Week 1-Olympics

Week 2-Red, White and Blue

Week 3-Around the World

Week 4-Princesses and Pirates

Week 5-Wild, Wild, West

Week 6-Sorting Hat

Week 7-Super Heroes

Week 8-Color Wars

Week 9-Tropical Paradise

 

 

WHAT TO WEAR TO CAMP:

Closed-toe shoes or sneakers *please note that crocks do not count and may only be worn at the waterfront
Clothing appropriate for the weather *we encourage layers

 

WHAT TO PACK FOR CAMP:
Bathing suit (required for swimming)
Swimsuits should be one piece bathing suits or tank-inis that provide full coverage (no bikinis/no string ties permitted, no speedos permitted
Towel
Water bottle
Sunscreen
Raincoat and/or umbrella for rainy days
Hat (recommended)
Underwear
Extra set of clothes (recommended)

 

WHAT NOT TO PACK:
Do not allow your child to bring in trading cards, cell phones, Gameboys, iPods, or other valuables.
Camp is not responsible for lost or stolen items bought from home.
CELL PHONES ARE NOT NEEDED AT CAMP. Therefore, campers are urged to leave them at home while at Day Camp.

 

Things to keep in mind:
All clothing, as well as possessions, need to be clearly marked with your child’s name.
Children participating in Horseback Riding will need to bring long pants and shoes or boots with a one-inch heel and little or no tread.

 

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