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2018 Summer Camp Registration


Summer Camp program will be held at the Wissahickon Middle School with use of the Wissahickon High School Pool.  


Dates:  June 18 – July 27

Time:  9:00 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Post Camp:  3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. (additional cost) $350 per child

Location:  Wissahickon Middle School

Swimming: Wissahickon High School

Ages:  6 (or completed Kindergarten) – 12 years



$ 660 first resident child

$ 595 for each additional resident child

$ 760 first non-resident child

$ 725 for each additional non-resident child


Weekly rates for 2018

$ 210 first resident child

$ 180 for each additional resident child

$ 260 first non-resident child

$ 235 for each additional non-resident child


All Registrations must be post marked or dropped off by Wednesday May 24, 2018 any registrations received after a $50 Late Fee will be applied.


General Information:

Children are placed in groups based on their ages.  We will try our best to place children in groups with their friends. 


Daily routine:

Camp Day Opens with Announcements from the Camp Director.

The groups rotate into the pool starting at 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

All campers must take a swim test their first day of camp to determine their swimming ability and where they are permitted to swim in the pool.  We will only be using the pool 3 days of the week.  Campers must bring their swim attire on those days. 


Activities Include:

Kickball, four square, flag football, noodle tag, monster ball, gaga ball, scavenger hunts, silent ball, Pictionary, 4 corners, swim fishy.


Board Games Room ~ has a wealth of classic board games, Legos, cards (Uno, Swap, Skip Bo, and Phase 10), foosball table, air hockey table, and nok hockey tables.


Hobbies and Clubs: During this time of the day campers can pick the activities they want to do.  Aside from sports activities, there is art (bracelets and gimp, arm knitting, drawing), cooking and science.


Field Trips: the camp will take at least 3 fields during the summer.


Lunches: campers are responsible for bringing their lunches to camp every day along with snacks. We highly recommend campers bring a water bottle to camp everyday since we are in and out of the building. 


We always hold a parent orientation meeting to review the camp and answer any questions parents may have regarding the program. 

For more information about the Lower Gwynedd Township Summer Camp please call the Parks & Recreation Department at 215-646-5302.

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Lower Gwynedd Township

Administration Building
1130 N Bethlehem Pike
PO Box 625
Spring House, PA 19477

Phone: (215) 646-5302
Fax: (215) 646-3357