Decision, decisions, decisions. Summer camp comes with an array of choices. Do you want your child to attend a local camp, does the camp need to have before and/or after care, would your child like to attend a specific kind of camps such as an acting or technology camp or would they rather do alittle of everything? I feel you! I have been there, done that and am still doing that. We are trying to help make the process easier by identifying local summer camps and breaking them down for you based on specifics that matter to Moms.
Winding Trails Summer Day Camp, established in 1947 is accredited through the American Camp Association and licensed with the State of Connecticut. Campers from the ages of 3-13 can enjoy over twenty different summer activities from swimming and soccer, to archery and arts and crafts. Winding Trails also offers half-day programs for 3 to 4 year-olds, not yet ready for the full-day camp. Camp runs: June 20th – August 19th with (1) one-week session and (4) two -week sessions. Camp operates 9am – 3:30pm, extended hours are available with an early drop-off from 7:30–9am for $50 per two-week session and late pick-up from 3:30–5:30pm for $50 per two-week session. A reservation deposit of $100 per child, per session is required. Half-day campers – aka Scouts (for three to four year olds) is $370. Regular camp fees for children entering kindergarten to eighth grade is $570 per two-week session ($285 per week). The first week of camp is a one-week session and fees are half of regular session fees. Winding Trails Summer Day Camp has ten buses that run throughout 13 towns. You may pack breakfast/snack in your child’s lunch bag to eat during the morning program. Winding Trails does provide a snack for the afternoon program. Milk is also provided for all campers each day at lunch. Children’s lunches are refrigerated once children arrive. There are peanut-free tables but Winding Trails is not a peanut free facility.