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Mission & Vision

At Spring Mountain Day Camp, we believe that every child has the potential to develop leadership and social skills through outdoor activities and sports. That's why we've created a unique and exciting summer day camp program, designed to help your child achieve their full potential while having fun and making new friends in a safe and supportive environment. Our mission is to help your child reach their full potential, becoming confident young leaders.

Family 1st Safety Protocol

We utilize state-of-the-art GPS technology to keep an extra set of eyes on our campers beyond the regular activity zone. This ensures that no camper leaves the trail or gets lost. If a camper strays from the path, our counselors are immediately alerted via radios.

In addition, no campers are on the trails without multiple counselors hiking in front, middle, and the back of the trail, ensuring that no camper walks alone. This proactive approach means no camper is given the opportunity to wander off, but the GPS devices provide that extra peace of mind.

Rest assured, we're continuously enhancing our safety guidelines to guarantee an unforgettable summer experience for all our campers!

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What A Day At Camp Looks Like

8:00am to 9:00am - Campers arrive and gather in their camp groups. Counselors run age specific games and activities at their designated spot. 

9:15am to 10:15am - Campers will participate in 1 of 4 activity options of their choosing. All activities are in the same area and maintain a 1-8 Counselor Camper ratio.

10:30am to 12:00pm - Campers will participate in an large age group sport or outdoor activity and the Activity will be run by a age group supervisor and will be maintained by a 1-8 counselor to camper ratio. 

12:00pm to 1:00pm - Campers will eat lunch with their group and counselor.

1:15pm to 2:15pm - Campers will participate in 1 of 4 activity options of their choosing. All activities are in the same area and maintain a 1-8 Counselor Camper ratio.

2:30pm to 3:30pm - Campers will participate in an large age group sport or outdoor activity and the Activity will be run by a age group supervisor and will be maintained by a 1-8 counselor to camper ratio. 

3:30 - 4:00pm - Campers will be picked up by their parents or they will head to the after care zone until they are picked up.

Camp FAQ's

Question: Do we have to bring our own lunch?

Answer: We encourage packing your own lunch but do offer lunch for those who do not wish to pack. Once you have enrolled you will be able to choose camp add-ons

Question: Do you have a swimming pool?

Answer: This summer we do not have a swimming pool but will be partnering with a local pool for summer of 2025.

Question: What is your camper to counselor ratio?

Answer: We will have a 1 counselor to every 8 campers ratio. We will also have a supervisor for every age group, a Outdoor Director, Camper Wellness Director, Staff Training Coordinator, and a Camp Director. Your children will always be in view of at the least 3 trained staff at all times.

Question: What if my camper is nervous about camp?

Answer: Our highly trained and qualified Camper Wellness Director is always available to speak with your child before, during, or after camp with any questions or concerns.

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