Dates & Rates

The 2022 camp season will open on Sunday, June 26 and close on Tuesday, August 16.

Options for season length:

 

Early registration discount rates

(August 19th - December 1st)

2022 Rate

(December 2nd onwards)

Full Season - June 26th til August 16th $9,590 $9,790
First Five Week session - June 26th til July 30th $8,375 $8,575
Second Five Week session - (Not currently available) $8,375 $8,575
3 Week Introductory Session - June 26th til July 16th $6,050 $6,250
2nd 3 Week Introductory Session - (Not currently available) $6,050 $6,250

It’s always possible to extend your stay, if you’ve chosen a shorter session.  Contact the directors for more information.

The Second Five Week and Second Three Week sessions are not currently open for registration.  Please contact the directors with any questions.

There is a $500 deposit required upon registration.  This deposit is refundable until March 1st.  The balance of the camp fee is due June 1st.

The camp fee includes purchases from the camp store, for your child’s incidental needs, as well as one camp t-shirt.  There is no camp uniform.

We offer a sibling discount for families sending 3 or more children at a time.  That discount is $800 for each full season camper and $400 for each 5 week camper.  There is no discount for 3 week campers.

We offer a chaperoned bus ride to and from camp on the first and last days of the full camp season.  The round trip fare is $240.  Baggage is limited to two duffel bags per child, as well as a small carry-on.

Campers traveling by air can be met at airports in Burlington, VT, Albany, NY, or Montreal, Canada for a fee of $150, or Plattsburgh, NY for free.

There are no extra charges for activities like horseback riding, weekly laundry, or the many hiking and canoeing trips out of camp.  Workgroup campers who choose to attend a pre-camp session starting on Thursday, June 23, will be charged a fee of $300.

Chief’s Memorial Campership Fund

The Chief’s Memorial Campership Fund, supported by tax-free contributions from past and present camp families, campers and staff members, is available to a limited number of children each year, whose financial need is substantial.  The Fund can pay up to 50% of the camp fee and sometimes more in special cases.  Inquiries or referrals should be made to the following address:

Chief’s Campership Fund
Barbara Carroll Kay, Vice-President
504 Merwyn Road
Narberth, PA 19072
Email: duchess3@comcast.net
Website: www.chiefsfund.org