Camp Winnequah & KinderCamp 

*Non-resident registration opens 3/15/2023

Camp Winnequah

Recognizing that this age group still needs plenty of support and supervision, campers begin and end each day in smaller groups routinely checking-in with a dedicated group and counselor. This program provides a nurturing setting to introduce campers to activities in each of our program areas and encourage them to try new things and discover hidden talents with ample support from staff. Our activity blocks will ensure a dynamic schedule with plenty of opportunities to try the various program areas that camp has to offer. This consistent social setting encourages respectful interactions with peers and strong connections with counselors.

Please remember that your camper will have the best experience if you prepare him/her to have a great experience, and if you prepare us. Camp is held outdoors, please carefully evaluate if your child will enjoy participating in a program outdoors for 8 hours a day.  The more information that you share with us about your camper’s health (physical, emotional, mental, personal history, unique behavior plans), the better we can prepare to meet their needs. By communicating and working together we will provide the best possible experience for your camper. 


Kindercamp is a camp for little ones eager to get a taste of camp, but not quite old enough for the all day outdoor adventures. This program is a mix of indoor/outdoor exploration. Each session uses themes and age appropriate activities to help children develop academically, grow socially, master skills, make friends, and have fun. Camp days include special emphasis on a theme with activities, stories, crafts, and free play. All Kinder Campers must be potty-trained, and have completed 4K. 

Please be in touch with Jensen, the camp director ( if:

  • You don’t know if camp is a good fit for your child;
  • There are special health considerations or information about the child’s history that may impact their camp experience;
  • You would like more information about camp programs;
  • You have questions or concerns about your camper’s experience once camp has begun.

  1. Themes
  2. Schedule
  3. Staff
  4. Financial
  5. Refunds


 Week 1: June 12-16Camp Classics
 Week 2: June 19-23Treasure Hunters
 Week 3: June 26-June 30Lost in Space
 Week 4: July 3-7*Holiday Hoopla
 Week 5: July 10-14Secret Agents
 Week 6: July 17-21Under the Sea
 Week 7: July 24-28Rec-lympics
 Week 8: July 31-4Safari Season
 Week 9: August 7-11Mad Scientists
 Week 10: August 14-18Camp Hollywood 
Campers spend the day with friends, participate in fun games, hands on science, sports and fitness, music and create arts and crafts. Campers are required to bring their camp shirt to wear on field trip Friday's. *No program July 3rd & July 4th
Grades: K- 5th 
Must have completed PreK the 2022-2023 school year

 Due at Registration
 Payment Plan

$285/week full session
$315/week by week
 $10/per week/per child
 $15 registration fee
 $10 non resident fee
10-weeks or week by week
Payments are due each Monday 
 for the week(s) your child is enrolled.

You will automatically be enrolled into the payment plan at sign up unless you decide to pay in full. Fees due at sign up are non-refundable.