2nd - 5th Grade
(Rising 3rd-6th Grade)
Week 1: June 6 - 11
Week 2: June 13 - 18
Week 3: June 20 - 25
Week 4: June 27 - July 2
Week 5: July 4 - 9
Week 6: July 11 - 16
Week 7: July 18 - 23
Week 8: July 25 - 30
Week 9: August 1 - 6
Week 10: August 10 - 13 (Day Only)
Week 11: August 16 - 20 (Day Only)
Day Camp: Monday - Friday
Resident Camp: Sunday - Friday
Summer 2021 campers will stay in small groups all day and participate in camp activities together. Small group options include:
Best of Camp
Farm (Day Camp Only)
Herpetology (Day Camp Only)
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Best of Camp
Experience some of the best options that camp has to offer! Campers will spend each morning and afternoon participating as a small group in some of our most popular camp activities.
Options might include: lake toys, zipline, hayride to the farm, gagaball, archery and so much more!
Resident Camp: $705
Waterdog Sessions: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11
Best of Camp with a concentration at the farm. Part of the day campers will spend time feeding and caring for the goats, pigs, chickens, and cows. Plant crops, gather eggs, pick vegetables, cook dishes using fresh food from the farm! The rest of the day campers will stay in their small group participating in Best of Camp activities such as zipline, lake toys, gaga ball and more!
Day Camp: $385
Waterdog Sessions: 7,8
Only offered for day campers
Campers will spend a portion of each day caring for and riding the horses. They will learn about tack, grooming, and horse husbandry as they develop skills in the Western riding tradition. Riders of all skill levels are welcome. Campers may ride in the arena and on trails.
During activity periods when they are not horseback riding, campers will be in small groups participating in general camp activities. Activities may include: lake toys, zipline, hayride to the farm, archery, and more!
Resident Camp: $810
*Resident horseback riding full these weeks. Join the waitlist here
Male horseback riders wishing to do overnight camp email:
Best of Camp with a concentration in critters that live at Chestnut Ridge. Herpetology (the study of reptiles and amphibians) is for campers interested in hands-on ecological fieldwork and exploring the hardwood forest around Chestnut Ridge! Campers will collect, process, and learn about the salamanders, frogs, snakes, turtles, and lizards at Chestnut Ridge. The rest of the day campers will stay in their small group participating in Best of Camp activities such as zipline, lake toys, gaga ball and more!