Summer Camp

Cedarland offers two exciting day camps:     

Summer camp is a great place for children to discover new skills, cultivate new friendships, and gain confidence in their abilities. Our camps are carefully designed to address the needs and interests of the various stages of your child's life. The common philosophy across both our camps is to improve your child's fitness and confidence through participation in a variety of fun programs and activities, in a non-competitive environment.


General Camp Information:

STAFF - Cedarland has excellent camper-to-staff ratios, following the state guidelines of 5 to 1 for children ages six and under and 10 to 1 with older children. Qualified counselors remain with their age groups throughout each day and will assist certified instructors in specialty areas. All Camp Counselors are subject to criminal background checks and are 16 years of age or older.

FACILITIES & PROGRAMS -Campers have use of Cedarland's extensive facilities that include:

  • Olympic-size Pool with an Attached Wading Pool
  • Basketball and Volleyball Courts
  • Gaga Pit
  • Project Adventure
  • NEW! Safe Archery
  • Air-conditioned Arts'n Craft Building
  • Clubhouse with Locker Rooms & Activity Room
  • SkyWalk Ropes Course
  • Two 18 hole Miniature Golf Courses
  • 9 Batting Cages
  • aMazement Action Playcenter
  • Rock Climbing Wall
  • Slip'n Dip & Giant Wave Inflatable Water Slide
  • Outdoor Playground
  • Soccer, Basketball, & Wiffleball Tournaments
  • Movie Production


Camp Hours:


Full Day CampMonday - Friday9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Jr. Outing Camp Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 3:30 pm

To accommodate working parents, supervised care is offered to Full Day and Junior Outing Campers prior to and after normal camp hours.  Extended hours are available Monday through Friday starting at 7:30 am and extending to 5:30 pm for an additional flat fee of $75 per week. During extended hours campers are combined and given free choice activities to participate in. The counselors during extended hours vary from day to day.



Campers should bring their own lunch in a sturdy container to camp each day. For safety reasons please do not send glass bottles. Cedarland will provide refrigerator space as well as a morning snack.  



Beth is a lifelong camper herself having spent her entire childhood attending camps, her teenage years working as a camp counselor and the last 25 years of her adult life as the Camp Director of Cedarland Summer Day Camps.  Beth takes great joy in planning and organizing the daily activities of campers age 4 to 14 to ensure all attending have a fun and active experience as well as one that provides an opportunity of growth in some way for each camper.


Beth is a hands-on Director interacting with campers in their daily activities and events.  Beth gives 100% effort to make sure campers have an adventurous summer and create lifelong memories in a safe, nurturing environment.  Beth has a degree in Recreation Management from Franklin Pierce University and thanks her parents for allowing her to spend every summer of her childhood as a camper.