Our Groton Community Summer Camp provides a summer of exciting experiences for young campers 3 through 7 years of age. We follow the same philosophy as our school year program, which strives to provide each child with the happiest, most positive first camp experience. Camp activities include music, arts & crafts, construction opportunities, water fun, sports, creative dramatics, science & sensory explorations, and nature study.
We welcome the community to join us in the summer! Summer Camp Registration typically occurs in April and/or May. Contact us regarding availability!
GCS CAMP CALENDAR
Our GCS Camp Program 2022 will operate for Full Day Families on Mondays through Thursdays, from 8 AM to 5 PM, beginning on Monday, June 20th and ending on Thursday, August 18th.
For Half Day Camp will have two-week sessions, from 8:45 AM to 1 PM on Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays. Session 1 will be held on July 12th through July 21st, and Session 2 will be held on August 2nd through August 11th.
FULL DAY CAMP
GCS Camp offers a Full-Day Program that runs from 8 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Thursday, beginning in June and ending mid-August. Camp is closed in observance of Independence Day. This program offers the same camp experience as our Half-Day Program, with a morning and afternoon snack times, lunch time, a rest period, and additional fun and exciting indoor and outdoor activities.
HALF DAY CAMP
GCS Camp offers two-week sessions on Tuesdays/Wednesdays/Thursdays from 9 AM to 1 PM. In addition to camp activities indoors and out, children bring a morning snack and lunch from home.
GCS Camp typically offers an extended day option called “Camp Continues” from Noon until 5 PM. Space is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis at an hourly rate. Pre-registration is required at the beginning of the session. Due to the continuation of COVID-19 concerns, we are not offering Camp Continues for half-day campers this summer.
What Our Families Say:
“Our daughter loved Camp and came home each day so tired, but so excited, with stories about the terrific activities. She especially loved when they played on the water slide on hot days! At the end of her sessions at camp we were given a huge envelope with all of her art projects. We were really impressed by how they integrated the camp theme for that summer into the art and activities as a teaching opportunity. So much thought clearly goes into the planning and operation of Camp. She still talks about her camp experience almost a year later!”