Welcome to Camp Wing Day Camp

Camp Wing Day Camp provides engaging activities in a variety of program areas for youth aged 5 to 16. With the guidance of our trained and supportive staff, campers explore their interests and build their skills through instructional swim lessons, sports & games, teambuilding with their peers, archery, creative arts, and adventure activities including climbing, kayaking, canoeing and ropes courses. Through their experiences at Camp Wing, campers build their confidence and self-esteem, while developing their interpersonal and collaboration skills.

Camp Wing Day Camp Program Options
Grove Program
Serving campers who are entering Kindergarten at end of summer, and who are currently in Kindergarten.

Younger campers participate in smaller group activities throughout the day to offer them the additional support and supervision that they might need. Grove campers enjoy specialized activities geared toward kindergarten and first grade age groups.


General Camp

Serving campers completing 1st Grade through 7th Grade.

We offer an exciting variety of activites throughout the day. Our coed groups are coordinated by age, so activities can be tailored to meet the needs of all campers. The camp has three divisions: Forest, Ocean, and Jungle. Within the divisions, small groups of campers follow a pre-established, well-rounded daily schedule which offers the opportunity to try a variety of activities during the camp session. There's also a chance each day for campers to select, with guidance from their counselor, a group choice activity period.

Leaders in Training
A leadership program for campers completing 8th Grade through 10th Grade.

The Leaders in Training (LIT) program offers opportunities for teens to mentor younger campers through helping counselors and learning to run activities. The LIT program also includes programming designed to engage teens.
For participants completing 10th or 11th grade and who are interested in working at camp (age restrictions apply).

ServiceCorps members are teens who have demonstrated strong leadership skills as well as a strong desire to work at camp. Campers complete a Crossroads Staff Application and traditional interview process and serve as 'Junior Counselors' throughout the summer. ServiceCorps are paired with full counselors and work on various activities.



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