Germantown Academy Day Camp and Summer Programs in Fort Washington, PA has been offering campers in the Greater Philadelphia area opportunities to learn, play, and grow for 49 years. With more than 50 specialized camps for children ages 3-16, GA continues to provide a safe and picturesque environment for campers to make lifelong memories and friendships.
A traditional day camp experience remains the foundation of summers at GA, where campers entering 1st through 6th Grade can take advantage of a wide variety of art, science, and nature activities. The Wissahickon Creek runs right through campus, providing a perfect backdrop for fishing, canoe rides, and wildlife exploration.
Day Camp also features frequent visits to The Adventure Course, an expansive combination of high and low rope elements, balance challenges, a giant swing, and a thrilling zip line ride across the creek. Daily instructional and recreational swimming in our indoor pool and weekly field trips off campus round out this benchmark program.
Day Camp runs week to week, so there’s plenty of opportunity to mix in specialty camps such as Coding, Kids Kitchen, Belfry Theatre, and Art Quest. For older campers, Explorers Camp offers daily field trips and Teen Caravans take off for full-week excursions!
For campers aged 3–5, we have a full slate of age-appropriate programs led by experienced early childhood professionals. Itty Bitty Camp offers a flexible transitional program for 3-year-olds, and Adventurers Camp provides both traditional day and specially themed programs for 4- and 5-year-olds.
Sports Camps are also offered throughout the summer, with specific weeks for baseball, basketball, cheerleading, field hockey, football, lacrosse, soccer, tennis, track, and wrestling. Each sports camp is run by GA Varsity coaches and players.
Come join us in summer 2018 and explore 126 acres of opportunity at Germantown Academy. When you register, let us know you saw our listing on MetroKids!
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