2017 Resident Camp (ages 7-15)
|A Week||HALLOWEEK||June 25-July 1||$635|
|B Week||POKEMON SHOWDOWN||July 2-7||$605|
|C Week||CAMPER VS. WILD||July 9-15||$635|
|D Week||COLOR WARS||July 16-21||$605|
|E Week||CSMI (CAMP STELLA MARIS INVESTIGATORS)||July 23-29||$635|
|F Week||LEGOLAND CSM||July 30-August 4||$605|
|G Week||STAR WARS: RETURN OF THE CAMPER||August 6-12||$635|
|H Week||THE GREAT CSM CHALLENGE||August 13-18||$605|
An experience to remember for a lifetime! From first-timers to third generation campers, the Camp Stella Maris resident camp offers a unique and exciting values-based camping environment. Children enjoy the outdoors, make friends, learn new skills, as well as challenge themselves spiritually, emotionally and physically - an opportunity for personal growth while having lots of fun!
Our resident campers are divided into 5 age divisions. All divisions take part in programming from Adventure, Arts and Nature, Ballfield, Spiritual and Waterfront, our five program areas. All campers will have the opportunity to choose options throughout the day. Some of our options include low ropes, drama and dance, archery, water inflatables, gaga, fishing, Makerspace, and more!
For our older divisions, campers will have the opportunity to sign up for more challenging programs. The basic skills for the beginner through experienced enthusiast are taught in camp's water skiing and sailing programs. If adventure and a challenge are calling out to you, try our rock climbing or high ropes program. For campers who have an artistic side, Makerspace and painting allows you to create a masterpiece. And if you want to try a classic summer camp activity, there's archery.
Day campers will have an opportunity to sleep over at camp at no additional cost! Only day campers registered during those weeks (weeks 1, 3, 5 & 7) will have the option to stay Friday night at camp. The evening program may include additional waterfront time, a campfire, games & activities, and bedtime stories. Sleep over participants will be under the supervision of day camp staff who will be creating programming specifically designed for young campers. Please bring your sleep over stuff (sleeping bag, clothing, etc.) with you Friday morning.
For registration information, please contact Diane at 585-346-2243, ext. 104.
Financial aid is available by contacting Karen at (585) 346-2243, ext. 105
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