Summer Overview

Our camps are designed to pique a child’s natural curiosity and sense of adventure. Children from across the area quickly form close friendships as they work, learn and play collaboratively.

Children love the open space for creativity and enjoyment at Summers-Knoll camps. Parents love our camps because they know their children have enriching, well-supervised and engaging experiences in a friendly and personal camp environment. Summers-Knoll campers return year after year as the camps become a highlight of their summer experience.

 

Summer Camp

Summer Camp is a whirlwind of activity at Summers-Knoll. Camps with unique themes, activities, and experiences are offered each week throughout the summer. Children can attend a single week or select a variety of camps to build on and broaden their experiences.

Mid-Winter Break

Mid-Winter Break Camp is always an adventure at Summers-Knoll and takes advantage of the winter wonderland that is Michigan. Each day, we’ll play games, participate in activities, cook recipes, and learn about a different country or region of the world. Weather permitting, we’ll also go sledding and snowshoeing. Join us for a week of winter fun, indoors and outdoors, as we travel around the world (while staying right here in Ann Arbor).

Spring Break

From science activities related to spring weather to planting our own little gardens, we will spend the week making kites (and other spring crafts), learning about spring holiday traditions, hiking through animal habitats, and enjoying spring in some of our favorite Ann Arbor parks. Groups will be divided by age for different grade-level activities each day.

Adventure Days

Adventure Days are action-packed experiential learning opportunities that take place on the Summers-Knoll campus and out in community. These days fall on days when Summers-Knoll and other local schools are not in session.

Morning and After Care

Morning care is available from 7:30am until the beginning of camp. After Care is available until 6pm. These options carry an additional charge. Children play outside, read, play games, and do art projects. Sometimes we cook, garden, or put on a puppet show. Snack is provided.