Campers should be at least 6 years old, entering first grade in September 2020. Most of our camp sessions are for campers up to age 12 (entering grade 7 in September 2020).
Two of our specialty programs welcome campers up to age 14 – Dungeons & Dragons, as well as Hero Adventures Field Trip Week.
Camp Summer Quests is located within the Green Lane Park Hemlock Point Day Use Area, behind Marlborough Elementary School, in Montgomery County, PA.
Easy pick up and drop off is available just off Gravel Pike/Route 29.
We are happy to offer promo codes and discounts whenever possible.
They can be limited to certain dates and sessions, depending on availability.
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Nope! Each theme can be enjoyed by anyone – expert or novice. We will always work to ensure all campers get the most enjoyment out of their time at Summer Quests Day Camp and would love the opportunity to introduce new stories and characters to campers!
Yes! We offer extended care options – morning, afternoon or both for all camp weeks except Hero Adventures Field Trip Week.
Unfortunately, we do not offer transportation for Summer 2020, but we do hope to offer it in the future! Let us know that you want/would use transportation services. With enough interest, we might add them sooner rather then later!
We ask each camper bring a backpack and packed lunch each day to camp, plus an afternoon snack, water bottle, bathing suit, towel, sunscreen, plastic bag for wet items, and a book to read (or other turtle time activity) – no other special equipment is needed.
Note: we do not have the ability to heat up or refrigerate lunches.
We do offer an area for each camper to leave items overnight if they wish.
Campers should wear sturdy shoes with a heel strap (no flip flops) and comfortable clothing that won’t get in the way of play or projects.
Our program is active and action packed, so we request nothing should be worn or brought to camp that cannot get dirty.
After lunch everyday campers will have 15-30 minutes of quiet time to read. This gives everyone a break from the group and allows us to come back to the afternoon activities refreshed.
If your camper would prefer not to read, they may bring a small activity that is independent and quiet, with limited pieces.