Camp Lincoln Summer Camp
2013 Traditional Day CampGrades: Kindergarten through 9th Grade, as well as 3 and 4 year-olds for our Critters Program. (Ages as of June 17, 2013)
Dates: June 17 – August 23
- Session 1: June 17 - June 21 (1 Week)
- Session 2: June 24 - July 5 (2 Weeks)
- Session 3: July 8 - July 19 (2 Weeks)
- Session 4: July 22 - August 2 (2 Weeks)
- Session 5: August 5 - August 16 (2 Weeks)
- Session 6: August 19 - August 23 (1 Week)
1 Week Sessions = $200
2 Week Sessions = $395
Our Day Camp program provides age-specific fun and instructional activities under the direction of trained counselors. The Traditional Camp program is split into three units based upon the grade level that campers are entering in the fall. Each unit has their own cabins, bathrooms, game space and special activities.
Buses arrive & Drop Off
1st Activity Period
2nd Activity Period
3rd Activity Period
4th Activity Period
Pick-up & Buses leave
This is a general schedule. There are special activities held each session, which change the daily activity schedule. The Activity Period choices offered are age-appropriate and are dependent on staff knowledge, space availability and random sign-up during the session. Activity Period changes may be made by campers with the Program Director on Tuesdays after lunch and are contingent on program availability.
Age: 3 & 4 Years Old
Ratio: 1 to 6
Critters operate in one-week sessions from June 17 - August 23.
The following Critters weeks are full:
Week 4: July 8-12
Critters are a creature of their own. They come to camp and participate in a modified camp schedule that meets their needs. They will take daily swim lessons, participate in sport and crafts, and learn about nature. Scheduled snack time and naps will happen daily. Staff members have experience with this age group and will ensure activities and daily schedules are age appropriate. Campers are expected to be appropriately independent in the bathroom and not require diapers.
Ages: Entering Grades K - 2
Ratio: 1 to 8
Eagles campers travel around Camp with their cabin groups. The goal is to build friendships, have fun, learn new skills and feel comfortable at all program areas. Activities in this unit include archery, playground, nature, arts & crafts, boating, sports, daily swimming and more!
Ages: Entering Grades 3 - 5
Ratio: 1 to 10
Middlers are provided with additional responsibility and privileges around Camp. After taking a Camp tour, they choose some of their program areas. Campers sign up for a different second week schedule. Middlers are assigned one period of swimming each day with their cabin group. Our counselors help to build friendships among the campers and a sense of community within the Unit.
Ages: Entering Grades 6 - 9
Ratio: 1 to 10
Voyagers are our oldest camper group and they are afforded opportunities to make the most of their Camp experience. Voyagers choose all four of their weekly Skill Classes and are allowed new choices like high ropes, pottery, mountain biking and movie production. There is a free swim option provided each day. Voyagers are expected to be positive role models for our younger campers.
Possible Skill Classes for 2013
Arts & Crafts
Outdoor Living Skills
Leaders In Training (LIT) is a program offered for 12 & 13 year old campers. This is a designated skill class.
We truly enjoy filling summer camp with new opportunities for your camper. Please know that there are no guarantees of which Program Areas will be available each week. They are based on Counselor availability and camper enrollment.