Day Camps FULL
Cedar Lane Elementary School
1259 Cedar Lane Rd, Middletown
26 Karlyn Drive, New Castle
Brandywine Springs Elementary School
2916 Duncan Road, Wilmington
105 E. Highland Avenue, Wilmington
Talley Day Camp
1300 Foulk Road, Wilmington
Campers enjoy weekly themes, daily fresh air time, non-competitive sports, supervised games and age appropriate activities, arts and crafts, weekly swimming and visit from Mr. Softee Ice Cream Truck, educational presentations and guests. Summer Campers and counselors spend 20 minutes a day engaging in reading with materials provided by New Castle County Libraries. New Castle County Summer Reading Challenge will be implemented at all camp locations: Libraries Rock!
Purchase of Care (POC) accepted. Limited financial assistance is available on a first-come, first-served basis for eligible applicants. Call the camp office at 302-395-5654 for more information.
- Ages 7-12
- Camps fees are $125 per week ($110 for July 2-6 NO Camp July 4th)
- Extended Care is $35 per child per week (7:30 a.m.-9 and 4-5:30 p.m.)
- A limited number of Financial Aid and Purchase Of Care scholarships available.
Please call 302-395-5654 for more information about financial aid.
|June 18-22||Journey into summer
||Christiana Roller Rink
|June 25-29||“P” Week
|P Party Dress in Purple, Pink, Penguin or Potter (Harry) Day|
|July 2-6||May the 4th
Be with you
||Star Wars/Space Day|
|Beach Attire Day
||Get Down and Dirty
||Delaware Agricultural Museum
|July 23-27||Wacky Tacky||Launch Trampoline Park||Mismatch Day|
|There’s an artist in all of us||Crayola Factory||Tye Dye Day|
|Aug. 6-10||Be a good sport||Rockwood Park and Museum||Professional Sports Team Day|
|Aug. 13-17||Adventures close to home||Delaware Children’s Museum and Riverfront Putt Putt Golf||Delaware Day||Talley Day Only|
|Aug. 20-24||Wet-n-Wild Wipeout||Killen’s Pond Water Park||Crazy Hat Day||Talley Day Only|
Pre-registration is required. A $25, non-refundable deposit is required to reserve a spot for each session; all balances are due one week prior to the start of camp. Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration opens on March 1.
Campers must bring their own lunch and morning and afternoon snacks each day. Food Bank and or Summer Feeding meals are available at select sites. Call the camp office to verify if camp site has lunch provided.
Camps run from 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday through Friday. An extended care package including pre-care from 7:30 a.m.-9 a.m. and after-care from 4-5:30 p.m. is available at all camp locations for $35 per child per week.
Daily camp programming includes arts/crafts, weekly themes, fitness and nature activities, sports games and contests, and recreational and educational programming. Summer Reading Challenge and Healthy Eating programs.
Camp includes a swimming trip and one field trip per week (POC registrants must pay a non-refundable activity fee of $ 15 per week, per child). Children will be transported to sites that offer roller skating, swimming, and bowling, trampoline park, Carousel Park, Franklin Institute, Oasis Fun Center and more.
Proud Partners with NEMOURS HEALTH and PREVENTION SERVICES, HEALTHY KIDS DE, FOOD BANK of DE, NEW CASTLE COUNTY LIBRARIES, NCC EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT, UNIVERSITY OF DE COOPERATIVE EXTENSION 4-H