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This summer, there’s no better choice for your kids than Summit Summer Camp in Clifton Park! With a spacious, state of the art building, large and safe grounds on which to play, an organized curriculum of activities, and most importantly, a caring and experienced staff who realize the importance of an exciting, creative and active camp environment, Summit will turn an otherwise good summer into a great one for you and your kids. We pride ourselves in offering an inclusive experience.

We realize that this summer may look different to past summers but our experienced team is working with local officials to ensure it is a wonderful experience for your child. Some safety measures we are developing may include:

  • Outdoor Parent Drop Off and Pick Up
  • Use of dividers and additional rooms to keep groups to below 10 children
  • Detailed sanitation of high traffic areas

The wearing of masks is under discussion with the Capital District Child Care Council. This has not yet been recommended or mandated for young children

Field trips have played a large part of our Summer Camp in past years. We are currently uncertain how possible those trips will be in 2021. As New York State reopens we will work to explore the best options to keep families safe while providing a great summer experience.

Summit Summer Camp is open to all children entering kindergarten thru middle school in the fall for the upcoming school year. Monday thru Friday, 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM, beginning on June 28th through September 3rd. Located at 14 Jarose Place (off Grooms Road just 1 mile west of I-87 exit 8A).

$200 per week.  That’s only $40 per day! (a $40 registration fee is due at the time of registration)

If you would like more information, please email summitdirector@onechurchcliftonpark.org, or call (518) 557-2690.


August 30, 2021 @ 7:00 am
September 3, 2021 @ 6:00 pm
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14 Jarose Place
Clifton Park, NY 12065 United States
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(518) 557-2690

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