Summer Blast

  • 1 Week Program
  • For Campers Currently in Grades 2-8
  • On-Site & Off-Site Activities Included
  • Ideal For New and Returning Summit Campers

Campers in grades 2-8 thrive in our one-week program designed to provide the traditional summer camp experience that is ideal for both new and returning campers.

During their week at Camp, Summer Blast campers will have the opportunity to visit all of the fantastic program areas that Summit has to offer. Senior and Intermediate campers also have the chance to experience some off-site activities such as our Hiking and Canoeing program at the beautiful Alice Lake. On top of that, campers are encouraged to set skill development goals as they work towards achieving their Summit Levels in programs such as Archery, Climbing, Outdoor Living Skills and Biking.

At Camp Summit, we work to ensure there is plenty of variety in our daily schedule to give all campers an equal opportunity to learn and explore what interests them! During our Summer Blast program, campers are placed in a cabin group of 8-2 campers with 2 Summit Staff living in the cabin with them. For our core activity programs, campers will travel as a cabin group to each activity that is scheduled for them – This helps to ensure our program is age appropriate for their group! Campers will also have the opportunity to choose their own interest activities during our “Choice Program,” where a list of exciting activities (specific to our Junior, Intermediate and Senior groups) will be available and they get to choose what they would like to do for a morning or afternoon time block.

Another big highlight of the Summer Blast program is the always exciting Summit Olympics, where campers and staff spend the day working together at a variety of events to conquer their mission of winning gold for their Summit House Team! Campers will be placed on their Summit House Team once at Camp and will represent that team each year they come back to Summit and for LIFE!

Interested in what a ‘Typical Day” at Camp Summit Looks like? CLICK HERE