Discover Your Summer! 11 weeks of fun and learning!



At The Salvation Army Summer Camp your kids spend their days learning, playing, swimming, creating, exploring, making new friends and laughing. And parents spend their days knowing their kids are safe and cared for by our trained staff in our state-licensed camp. Plus, they''ll have a new experience each week! Choose from many theme camps like Around the World, Grossology, Olympics and Sports, DIY/Lifehacks and more! Click here to check out what parents from last year's camp have to say. Parents: Here's what you need to know When: Camp begins the week of June 11 and ends the week of August 20. Register early to ensure your child's spot! Who: Camp is for children age 5 - 12 years old. The 5-6 year olds are in a separate camp from the 7-12 year olds. Cost: Members:$132 per child, per week | Public $176 per child, per week (Specialty Camps: Members: $155 per child per week | Public: $199 per child per week) Scholarships & financial assistance available to those who qualify! Early Drop-Off and Late Pick Up: Early care drop off is available at 7:00 am for an additional charge of $25 per week OR $8 per day, per camper. Late care pick up is available until 6:00 pm for an additional charge of $20 per week OR $7 per day, per camper. HOW TO ENROLL: in 3 easy steps 1. Determine when your child will attend camp. 2. Download and complete the registration packet. 3. Reserve your spot by bringing your paperwork and down payment to the Kroc ($20 nonrefundable down payment is required per week per child). Summer Starts Now! Register Today!

Summer Day Camp

Summer Schedule:

7:00-7:45: Extended Care

7:45-8:45: Check-In | Free Play

8:45-9:00: Welcome!

9:00-9:30: Snack

9:30-12:00: Theme Camps (Swimming on Fridays)

12:00-12:30 Lunch


  • Monday: Swimming
  • Tuesday: Camp Activity Rotations
  • Wednesday: Swimming
  • Thursday: Camp Activity Rotations
  • Friday: End of the Week Show & All Camp Game

3:00-3:30: Snack

3:30-4:45: Camp Activity Rotations

4:45-5:30: Free Play & Check-Out

5:30-6:00: Extended Care

What to bring:

  • Water Bottle
  • Gym Shoes
  • Swimsuit and towel on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
  • Sunscreen
  • Camp T-shirt on Field Trip Days (provided by camp)
  • Remember to write your name on all personal items!

Leave At Home

  • Electronics
  • Toys
  • Cell Phones
  • Ipods
  • Money
  • Game Systems
  • Flotation Devices
  • Cameras
  • Gum/Candy/Soda

Have more questions? No problem, just reach out to our Youth Development Supervisor at 920.544.4975 or!

A Day At Camp:
What Parents Are Saying (From 2017 Post Camp Survey) If you had 15 seconds to tell another family about Kroc Summer Day Camp, what would you say? Great activities, great people, great place I HIGHLY recommend it!!! We LOVE it! My son isn't bored, he's learning & exploring, entertained and exercised all day long. Variety of activities, organized and structured It's a fun, safe place for kids. I don't have to worry about my child while I'm at work. Fun, creative activities all day to keep children active & busy. I never worried about my kids in camp... I knew they were cared for in a loving environment. This is the best time. They have different theme, classes & you get to do a lot of stuff. It's fun. They encourage, morals, respect, and integrity in a positive way that makes your child proud to behave that way Very positive, Rewarding, Lots of options The Kroc has been a safe secure positive place for our daughter to be while I am work. I have peace of mind that she is having fun, learning and meeting new kids everyday. What are some ways you feel camp has positively affected your child? Meeting new kids She loves being a part of a group, making friends Meet new people, nice and friendly staff (we just move to the area) I think the Explore your Faith week was great. Teaches about being a good person and about faith without being over the top or pushy. Camp has taught him patience, understanding and honesty. Many activities so they aren't bored at home during the summer She has gotten more outgoing, not so shy, and is able to talk to kids her age. I think she improved socially & her confidence in water has increased. He feels better about himself Besides me telling her to respect others, she has learned at the Kroc how she treats others affects them and their feelings. Also, being kind and sharing. Variety of activities, open to new things They are far more active, get more exercise. Diverse campers Swimming has improved, gets exercise, get reading, has fun New friends, new skills, lots of physical activity

Scholarships are available!



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