The raising of the flag signals the start of another fun-filled day at Summer Impressions. The counselors and their groups then disperse to the various activities of the day. These are many and varied, but will include sports of all sorts, two swims per day, arts and crafts, nature and science, creative dramatics and rock climbing – everything you want in a summer day camp experience for your child.
The length of time spent at each activity varies according to the age of the camper, and the alternating of very “physical” activities with those of a more passive nature assures that campers will never become overtired or bored. All of our buildings are air-conditioned for those extremely hot and humid days and care is taken to have drinks available throughout the day to quench thirst and keep campers well hydrated.
All of this camp fun builds appetites, so lunch at our canopy-covered picnic tables is a welcomed chance to fuel up for the afternoon’s activities. Some of our younger campers are offered a rest period following lunch to allow them adequate time to “re-energize”.
After some afternoon activity periods, a snack is provided for all campers. Our full-day campers’ day ends at 3:30 P.M., while our extended day campers are kept busy until camp closes at 6:00 P.M.