Thank you for participating in the 2016 Summer Camp Season!
If you haven’t had a chance to provide feedback on your child’s camp experience this past summer, THERE’S STILL TIME! We greatly appreciate your time, support, and feedback on your child’s camp experience. We use this valuable information to better our camps each year, and need your input to make this happen! If you haven’t had an opportunity to share your thoughts, we request just a few minutes of your time to complete a brief electronic survey. This survey will close on Monday, September 21 at 9 a.m.
My First Camp, Kidzone, and Wyandot Camp Surveys, please click on this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NDP2QFQ
Camp Health Care Forms
Special Needs Participants
DCRC promotes an inclusive policy for all of our programs. To provide the best overall experience for your child or to carry over IEP accommodations, an appointment must be made for an inquiry of needs. Please contact Jodi Shealy, Adaptive Recreation Coordinator, at 614.410.4574. This must be done before March 31, 2014 to assure placement in our summer camps. If you participated in camps last summer you will still need to have an updated accommodation plan.
Question? Contact the Preschool Youth Team
Preschool/Youth Program Supervisor
2016 Summer Camp Season
Weekly activities include, but are not limited to: rock climbing, kayaking, paintball, hiking, fishing, swimming, sail boating and laser tag. All trips are weather permitting. Alternate activities will be planned for inclement weather. No refunds are issued based on itinerary changes.
Country Club Adventure
Country Club Adventure Camp | Ages: 10 – 14 | Camp Times: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
This is a camp that takes advantage of local resources and their proximity; including the Safari Golf Club and Zoombezi Bay. Campers of any ability level will have individualized instruction from trained golf professionals for 2 hours each day of camp and will also enjoy a daily trip to Zoombezi Bay. Drop off daily at Safari Golf Club and pickup at Zoombezi Bay.
LEED – Leadership, Ethics, Esteem, Duty
LEED Camp | Ages: entering 7th – 9th grades | Camp Times: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Learn the art of becoming the next great leader with L.E.E.D. Serve our community through volunteer projects like: Habitat for Humanity, Ronald McDonald House, Mid-Ohio Food Bank, work with senior citizens, Relay for Life, and many more. Learn to mentor younger campers through work at Wyandot Camp, Kidzone, and Preschool Camps. Learn, serve, experience and have fun! When not working on a project, L.E.E.D. Campers enjoy recreation.
Wyandot Next Camp | Ages: 11 – 14 | Camp Times: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Wyandot Next includes classes with American Red Cross Babysitting, Laser Kraze, Cooking, Zumba, Jewelry Making, Photography, Stained Glass, Camp Art, and a different sport each week with a refereed tournament to end the week.
Teen Program Supervisor