The HAC Difference
HAC Summer Camp offers athletics and exploration themes for ages 6-12, or fitness fun specialty camps for ages 8-12 years. Our junior camp for ages 3-5 mirrors a preschool setting with added fun themes and activities. Full day, part day or any mix, you select the camp attendance option to meet your family's needs.
Our before and after care is included in camp tuition, as is pizza Friday lunch and special field trips/visitors. All campers can participate in morning recreational swimming and campers ages 6-12 are eligible to participate in our afternoon electives of Spanish or Yoga. All camp groups will incorporate use of our state park with trails, playing fields, indoor gymnasium, and indoor maze. Snacks, lunch, and activities will take place in our classrooms.
HAC PAC IIAges 3-5
HAC PAC IIIAges 6-12
HAC PAC II
This program is specifically designed for 3, 4, and 5-year-olds. Our youngest campers receive a balanced program of both educational and recreational activities. Instead of field-trips, special in-house visitors are scheduled to coincide with themes.
HAC PAC III
HAC PAC III campers can choose from athletic, fitness, or exploration themes for their camp weeks.
Campers are broken up into groups based on their birth date and enrollment for each session. Campers have a morning snack, swim either in the outdoor pool or the indoor beach entry pool depending on their swimming ability, and experience the crazy maze or play their sport in the morning. In the afternoon, our campers have structured outdoor playtime along with free play and time to socialize either outside or in the gymnasium and maze area. ***On high-temperature days, alternate activities take place indoors.
Specialty Fitness Camps
These themes feature health, fitness, sports, yoga, and more and have a schedule that alternates with the athletic and exploration camps. Instead of swimming in the morning, our fit campers enjoy water play in the afternoon before blending with the larger group for the rest of the day.
Exploration campers enjoy swimming, a snack and their arts and crafts theme in the morning. Depending upon the activity, kids may be placed into smaller groups while rotating between playing in the crazy maze and designing their craft. In the afternoon, these campers dive into the more physical part of their day enjoying time in the maze, outdoor play, and gym games. ***On high-temperature days, alternate activities take place indoors.