Camp Roadrunner (Ages 6-12)

An Unforgettable Summer Experience

Camp Roadrunner provides children ages 6–12 (entering 1st-7th grades) an unforgettable summer experience. Choose from our 8 weekly sessions. Activities include everything from circus arts to cooking to painting, with every week encouraging self expression and creativity in a friendly, wholesome atmosphere. We strive to create a balanced program with plenty of time for freedom and movement along side opportunities to learn and create. We provide wholesome, interesting, and exciting activities for campers entering 1st – 7th grades. All camp participants will tie dye a unique Camp T-shirt each week.

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Camp Roadrunner Details

  • June 10th – August 2nd 2019
  • Registration opens February 1st
  • Eight Weekly Sessions
  • Camp hours are from 9:00am – 3:30pm
  • Extended care is from 8:00am – 9:00am and 3:30pm – 6:00pm
  • A deposit of $100 per child per week is required at registration. This non-refundable deposit amount is applied to the account balance.
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$300Per Week

Both morning and aftercare are included in the cost of camp. Please be sure to let us know your extended care needs at the time of registration.

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Week One - June 10-14, Earth Beneath Our Feet

This week campers will explore working with clay, creating treasures made from natural materials. They will also enjoy learning about local ecology with unique outdoor activities. A change of clothes or swimsuit is recommended as things could get a little messy this week.


Week Two - June 17-21, Games and Skills Week

Games and Skills has been a community favorite for years. Coach Olson, our Athletics Director, will delight campers with obstacle courses and games that will challenge them to try new things. During arts and crafts time the kids will create their own board games to take home and enjoy throughout the summer. Our week will culminate in a swimming field trip.

Week Three - June 24-28, Backyard Circus

The amazing Backyard Circus returns! Charlie Cross will act as ring master for a fantastic show for parents, full of animal acts, clowning, juggling and plate spinning, hula hoops, acrobatics, and more! We will spend the week rehearsing our skits, crafting our circus props and costumes and present our show on Friday.



Week Four - July 1-3 * no camp on July 4th or 5th, Spacious Skies

This week we will focus on all things that fly. Campers will craft catapults, planes, and flags. Explore wind and the power of solar energy with simple experiments and games this week.

Due to the July 4th holiday, this week camp will only meet three days.

Week Five - July 8-12, Weird Science

Enjoy a week full of fun experiments, projects, games, and discoveries!

A Camp Roadrunner favorite for years, Weird Science provides curious campers with age appropriate exploration of natural phenomenon. Our week will include plenty of time to play outside as well as create concoctions in our lab. A swimming field trip will end our week.

Week Six - July 15-19, Cryptozoology

Campers will enjoy learning about mythical animals this week. The kracken, unicorn, dragons, griffin, and phoenix are just a few of the amazing creatures we will discover. Last year this was our most popular week, don’t miss out on the magic!


Week Seven - July 22 - 26, Puzzles, Mazes and Mysteries

This week we will stretch our problem solving abilities to tackle puzzles, obstacle courses, and scavenger hunts. The games and projects made this week will provide campers with several ways to beat summer boredom well into the dog days of August and beyond. Campers will create lasting memories and make new friends as they work together through engaging puzzles and create their own customized board, string, and ball games.

Week Eight - July 29 - August 2, Medieval Makers

Travel back in time to the days of brave knights, noble queens, and fierce dragons. This week’s activities and crafts will center on castles, quests, and tales of long ago. A swimming field trip will top off this week as our last day of camp of the summer.

“I like how creativity and individuality are integrated into community building and learning to achieve as a group.”