Day Camp is the perfect experience for 1-6 graders who want to experience camp while still going home each evening. They will have opportunities throughout the week to participate in activities such as swimming, nature exploration, organized games, devotions, singing, crafts, archery, and so much more. Parents will receive a schedule of the activities for the week so that they know how to dress their kids for the day. See our Day Camp FAQ's to learn more.
Tier 1- $140/week (9:00 am - 4:00 pm)
$15/week Pre-Care (7:00am-9:00am)
$15/week After-Care (4:00pm-5:30pm)
2019 Dates & Themes
Ready to race? Gear up to participate in a variety of Olympic activities including races, sports, and team challenges. Along the way, we'll learn how God designed us to run our own race with perseverance while running side by side with him.
Lace up your boots for this outdoor adventure exploring God’s amazing creation. Activities may include hiking, cooking s’mores over a campfire, archery, a creek stomp and more! Get ready to explore!
Wet ‘n Wild!
Beat the summer heat with swimming, slip n’ sliding, water games and other wet & wild activities! We will play with water relays, water balloon tosses, lake games and more.
This week's special activities will involve some simple, yet intriguing science experiments involving everyday items! Meanwhile, we will be learning more about God's creative design in the smallest details in the world around us.
Christmas in July
Merry Christmas! We will celebrate a favorite winter holiday with Christmas carols, baking, and other festivities. Throughout the week, we'll dig deeper into the meaning of the season- Jesus' birth, life and resurrection. He is the reason we celebrate!
July 29-Aug. 2
Are you brave enough for the challenge? Throughout the week you will be challenged as an individual, in teams, and as a group to achieve more than you thought possible. Activities may include the climbing wall, obstacle course, team games and more.
Nature is Neat!
There are so many fascinating things to experience in nature. We'll spend a lot of time outside exploring creation and learning about local plants, animals, and wildlife.
Horsin' around each day (3 days) at the barn getting to know Camp's four-legged staff- the horses! Additional activities will round up the fun doing western-themed activities. Yee Haw!
*There will be an extra fee for campers who would like to ride the horses, other campers will visit the barn, but will not ride.
Day Camp FAQ's
Where do I pick up & drop off my camper? Campers are dropped off at Camp Hebron's Creekside Meeting House. It's located a few hundred yards before the main entrance to Camp Hebron.
What should my camper bring with them? Campers should bring a backpack, water bottle, sun screen, bathing suit, towel, Bible, notepad and paper each week.
Can I sign my camper up for more than one week? Absolutely! Many of our day campers sign up for multiple weeks, even the whole summer.
Campership Application deadline is May 15
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Christian day camps at Camp Hebron are near Harrisburg, PA, not far from Lancaster and within a few hours of Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York City and Washington D.C. Learn more about who we are here →