A long tradition of excellence, fantastic activities, and the best-trained counselors are a few of the reasons that Camp Scully is consistently one of the most popular camps in the region. These combine to form what really sets our camp apart: the intentional community we create year after year.
We believe every child has spirit. We create a loving and inclusive community in which every camper can flourish. We do this by focusing on our core values of: Service, Caring, Understanding, Love, Loyalty, Youthfulness. Through the power of this community, guided by excellent staff, we are committed to campers' increasing their levels of independence and self-confidence.
We are as committed to children and their growth as any institution or program out there, and our community is the primary way we support campers in this goal. Of course, we wouldn’t be able to create such a community if we didn’t have such a blast every day at camp!
Continued by popular demand, we have few NEW and thrilling Theme Weeks.
DAY CAMP - $205 per week - Ages 5 to 11
For our youngest campers, we offer a Monday to Friday (8am to 5:30pm) day camp. Lunch is provided and campers are supervised with a 1:6 ratio and participate in a wide variety of programs including our exciting themes, swim lessons, canoe trips and archery. Day Camp also provides a great transition to overnight camping. Extended hours (7:15am to 6pm) are available all week for an additional $25.
TRAILBLAZER CAMP - $205 per week - Ages 12 to 13
A special Day Camp designed for campers aged 12 to 13 that occurs Monday to Friday (8am to 5:30pm), for eight weeks! Lunch is provided and campers are supervised with a 1:6 ratio and participate in a wide variety of programs including swim lessons, canoe trips, archery and ropes course. Extended hours (7:15am to 6pm) are available all week for an additional $25. On Thursdays, all summer long, stay until 9:00pm, free of charge. We'll feed you dinner and you can enjoy the famous Candlelight Ceremony. Another perk of being a Trailblazer is the opportunity to stay for the Overnight Experience in Week 7, (the same week as the Teen Overnight Camp), free of charge (a $45 value)!
OVERNIGHT CAMP - $400 per week - Ages 7-12
For children aged 7 to 12 we offer a Sunday to Friday overnight camp. Campers spend their time primarily with their own age and gender groups with targeted programming. Each week has a special theme such as Color Wars or Pirates of the Caribbean. Skill clinics provide individual choice and carnivals, beach parties and campfires bring the whole camp together. Archery, ropes course and kayaking are some of the activities offered. We have financial assistance for a large number of families in need. No low-income family will be turned away due to their inability to pay.
TEEN CAMP - $420 for a unique weekly session designed specifically for teenagers.
For children aged 13 & 14 we offer a special and unique Sunday to Friday overnight teen camp. Campers spend their time entirely with others their own age with targeted, specialized programming not done at any other time of Camp. Skill clinics provide individual choice and carnivals, beach parties and campfires bring the whole camp together. Laser Tag, high ropes course and raft building are some of the activities offered. We have financial assistance for a large number of families in need. No low-income family will be turned away due to their inability to pay.
LEADERS IN TRAINING (LIT) — $400 per week - Age 15
For our older campers, we offer a two week comprehensive camp. Participants will gain valuable experience in group management, team building, skill development and have a whole lot of fun thrown in for good measure. Leadership Camp provides a great path to becoming a staff member and future employment during and after high school. We have financial assistance for a large number of families in need. No low-income family will be turned away due to their inability to pay.
COUNSELORS IN TRAINING (CIT) - Age 16 ($0, FREE OF CHARGE.)
For our oldest campers, there is an awesome two week immersive camp. Call it "Becoming a Camp Counselor 101" if you will. Participants will learn how to be counselors under the instruction of current counselors and the CIT coordinator.
GOALS - During their time at Camp we pledge that every child will...
- Learn a lifelong skill.
- Make a friend.
- Gain a greater understanding of the natural environment.
- Learn a new activity.
- Use more positive words to describe themselves.
Camp Scully has a long history of focusing on those in need and provides a large number of full and partial financial assistance packages. No low-income camper will be turned away because of their inability to pay. Please call if you have questions. Financial Assistance only available for Overnight, Teen and LIT Camps.