The Link offers full-day summer camps for children currently enrolled in kindergarten through 5th grade.
- Details & Fees
- Extended Care
- Daily Activities
- Field Trips
- Counselor to Student Ratio
- Cancellation Policy
- Monday through Friday
- 7 am to 6:30 pm
- $120 per week (five days) for members
- $135 per week (five days) for non-members
- $35 per day (pending availability)
Parents may reserve a spot in any summer camp week with a $15 non-refundable deposit. This deposit will be applied toward the weekly fee on the day payment is collected.
Remaining balances will be set up with auto-draft payments and collected one week prior to the first day of each camp.
To assist those in need, we have added the following extended care option:
- Extended Care Hours: 6:30 to 7 pm
- $2 per day, paid upon arrival
Every camp will consist of a variety of activities to keep children engaged and having fun, including:
- Arts and crafts
- Board games
- Gym games
- Library trips and events
- Outdoor play
- Video games
All field trip fees are included in the registration fee.
Summer Camp generally has two field trips per week.
Please call The Link for details.
Camp will attend one pool trip per week. Pool trips will be on Thursdays unless otherwise stated on the camp calendar. Campers should arrive no later than 11:30 am on a field trip day.
Parents may request a life jacket for their child if necessary. The pool has many zero depth entries and one-foot deep areas. The deepest area campers are allowed to enter is 3.5 feet deep.
Campers will spend a maximum of 1.5 hours in the pool per trip.
All children are provided with a morning and afternoon snack option from The Link.
Children may bring additional snacks from home, but they must be consumed during normal meal times. We highly encourage bringing a reusable water bottle.
Campers must provide their own sack lunch each day, or lunches can be provided for $5 per day.
The state requires that there be 1 adult for every 22 children enrolled in our childcare programs.
The Link regularly staffs its camps with a 1:15 ratio, but strives for a 1:12 ratio if possible. On field trips our ratio is 1:10 or fewer.