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Summer Camps


Nature-Based Summer Camp 2024

Inclusion Nature-Based Camps for rising Kindergarteners/1st Graders



Session 1: May 28–31, 2024* • 8am–5pm
Session 2: June 3–7, 2024 • 8am–5pm 
Session 3: June 10–14, 2024 • 8am–5pm  
Session 4: June 17–18, 20–21, 2024* • 8am–5pm
Session 5: June 24–28, 2024 • 8am–5pm
Session 6: July 1–3, 2024* • 8am–5pm
Session 7: July 8–12, 2024 • 8am–5pm
Session 8: July 15–19, 2024 • 8am–5pm

*Sessions are $385/week. Sessions 1, 4, and 6 are shorter holiday weeks and will be priced accordingly.

Is it a log, or is it a pirate ship?? Ask our campers from 2023.
Is it a log, or is it a pirate ship?? Ask our campers. 
See more photos from Summer Camp 2023 HERE.


FAQs: Summer Camp 2024


1) What are the summer camp hours?

Regular summer camp hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Please drop off your child no later than 9:00 a.m. We will be in the forest by 9:45 a.m. Pick-up time is no later than 5:00 p.m.

2) Are "before care" and "after care" offered?

The Frazer Center will not provide "before care" and "after care" services.

3) What is the cancellation policy?

Per the enrollment application, no refunds or prorating will be provided. If your child will not attend a specific session, please notify the Frazer Center administration so that we can plan accordingly.

4) What type of clothes should my child wear to camp?

In order for us to maintain your child's safety, all children must wear sneakers, socks, shorts or pants, and a t-shirt, as they will be outside for a significant portion of each day.

5) Are there any other items you recommend bringing?

Yes. On the first day of camp, your child must bring a reusable grocery bag containing non-aerosol sunscreen, non-aerosol insect repellent, rain boots, raincoat or poncho, sun hat, an extra change of clothing including underwear, socks and shoes. Please label all items with your child's name. If items are not labeled, we will label them with a permanent marker. Your child must bring a water bottle filled with water and take it home EACH DAY upon pickup. For nap time, please bring a sleeping bag for your child to nap in.

6) What meals are provided throughout the day?

Each day the Frazer Center will provide breakfast, lunch and an afternoon snack.

7) Will the students go outside on rainy days?

Yes. As part of the nature-based camp, spending time outdoors, regardless of rain, is required unless the weather is deemed inclement.

8) How much time will be spent outside?

The majority of outside time will be spent in the morning. However, outdoor activities will take place in the afternoon.

9) Is there a rest period during the day? What may they do or not do during this time?

After lunch the children will rest from 12:00 p.m. to 1 :00 p.m. During this time your child may sleep or be provided with a quiet activity.

10) Is a therapist required if my child has a disability/special need?

This will be determined on a case by case basis. Our Inclusion Coordinator will communicate with you to determine if Frazer is equipped and staffed to provide the appropriate supports for your child and what the best course of action should be.