Camp Beech Creek is back in 2021 with popular elective options, as well as the afternoon, traditional camp experience.
Kids of all ages will enjoy creek exploration, interest-based activities and non-stop fun! Camp Beech Creek is a Monday-Friday summer day camp that is open to the public.

Morning Programs

We are excited to be offering a wide array of morning electives this summer! Whether your camper is interested in art, sports, or lego creations we have camp options for everyone. Camp Beech Creek is partnering with local organizations and individuals this summer such as Camp Brick, The Little Art House, and Habitat Yoga, to bring your child new and interesting options.

For more information about each of the morning electives that are offered, please view our 2021 Camp Beech Creek program. This informative booklet will provide families with program descriptions, dates, and pricing. Morning electives are Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

Afternoon Programs

In the afternoon at Camp Beech Creek, campers rotate in age-level small groups through various stations, including: Creek exploration, art, drama, outdoor games, and much more! Groups are intentionally small and staffed appropriately. The rotational schedule allows for campers to participate in different activities and to try new opportunities outside of their comfort zone.

Afternoon Camp Beech Creek is available for rising kindergarten through rising 6th-grade students.

When: Monday - Friday from 12:45 - 4 p.m.

Cost: $175/week

Additional Information

Deposit:
  • For all camps, a $50 deposit is required per camper/camp at time of registration.
  • Payment in full is due May 3, 2021.
  • After May 3, full payment is due upon registration.
Lunch can be provided for an additional $40/week.

Before-care is available for $30/week (begins at 8 a.m.)

After-care is available for $30/week (ends at 5 p.m.)


    • Nicholas Quijano

      Director of Afterschool and Summer Programs

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