Oak Hill Day Camp

Oak Hill Day Camp offers campers, 4 years old through fifth grade, a wide range of activities on our 50-acre campus including recreation activities, swimming, horseback riding, archery, arts/crafts, low ropes course, and theatre. With this year’s theme, we want campers to build connections with peers, counselors, coaches, and God so they leave feeling recharged and full of joy.

Camps and other recreation summer opportunities include:

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  • Middle School Camp (overnight stay every other Thursday on even-numbered sessions)
  • Horse Camp (rising 3rd – rising 8th grade only)
  • Gap Camp
  • Basketball Camp
  • Soccer Camp
  • Theatre Camp
  • Family Pool Pass
  • Vacation Bible School Aftercare

Check back in the spring of 2020 for more details about next summer!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • What should my child wear and bring to camp?
    • Day Camp, Middle School Camp, Gap Days: Athletic shoes and play clothes (label all clothing items). Please bring a swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, flotation device (if necessary, must pass swim test), and concession money (Friday only; all items are $1).
    • Basketball Camp: Athletic shoes and water bottle
    • Soccer Camp: Cleats, shin guards, socks, soccer ball, sunscreen and water bottle.
  • Where do I drop off and pick up my child?
    • Drop off and pick up will be at the entrance to the First Presbyterian Church Recreation gymnasium. Parents will walk children in on the first day. Unless your child is participating in early care, please do not drop off your child before 8:30 A.M.
  • What if my child has medications they need to take while at camp?
    • Please drop off any medications at the Recreation Office on the first day of camp. We have a locked medicine area where the medicine will be until administrated.
  • Can my child bring his/her phone?
    • No. Cell phones and any other electronic devices are not allowed at camp. We want campers to unplug, recharge and have a great camp experience!
  • How does weather impact camp?
    • Camp will be in session rain or shine. In the event of severe weather, we have procedures in place, and if the schedule needs to be altered, you will be notified immediately by email.
  • Will my child eat and drink while at camp?
    • Yes! Lunch and snacks are provided daily. Basketball and Soccer Camp with morning only option will not have lunch. Water coolers will be located throughout the campus for children to stay hydrated.

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Special Needs of Participants

Although not a special needs camp, Oak Hill Day Camp is pleased to be able to serve campers with special needs by supplying special counselors. These spaces are limited and are given on a first-come, first-served basis.