Dear Parent or Guardian,
Summer Day Camp Video and Promo
It is an exciting time here at UMBC, as we prepare to offer our Summer Day Camp program for the 35th consecutive year in operation. The UMBC Summer Day Camp has a number of unique features that make it an outstanding experience for the boys and girls who attend. We offer a wide variety of structured activities in which children of all ages and abilities will be able to take part in.
Some of these activities include sports of the week, self-defense, tennis, arts and crafts, swimming, in-house field trips, and recreational games. The children will also take part in traditional activities appropriate for their respective age levels. However, emphasis will be placed on participation rather than winning. Swimming will continue to be an important part of every child's experience at camp. Children will have daily group swimming lessons in the morning along with a free swim period each afternoon!
We will be using the Retriever Activities Center (RAC) located on our beautiful campus, which includes multiple air conditioned gymnasiums. We are excited to be able to offer VISA and MASTERCARD payments again this year!
The camp will operate a total of nine weeks for children entering grades first to seventh grade. This year's sessions will run from June 16th to August 15th. The wide variety of activities will be under the leadership and guidance of competent and experienced counselors.
If you would like your child to attend, please request information and a brochure as soon as possible. Enrollment is limited and we cannot guarantee space. Camp space is filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
For questions regarding camp dates, fees, or other general camp information, please call (410) 455-1539 or (410) 455-2118. If you have a specific camp question, you can contact Camp Director, Whitney Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your interest in our camp.
*Registration will open the third week in February.
**By registering for the UMBC summer day camp, I understand that UMBC may take photographs and/or videos of camp participants and activities. I agree that UMBC will be the owner of and may use such photographs and videos relating to the promotion of future camps unless stated prior to your registration in writing to the camp director.