Aldersgate’s Day Camp is for kids ages 5 – 13 who are looking for a summer of new experiences, new friends, and FUN! Our dedicated day camp staff partners with families to make sure each camper has an amazing summer, whether they are here for just one week or all nine! Click here for our 2020 dates and rates!

Aldersgate is ACA Accredited!

The American Camp Association accreditation means Aldersgate cares enough to undergo a thorough review of its operation each year.  Industry standards and best practices are implemented in all areas of camp from staff training and qualifications to emergency management and everything in between to ensure growth and fun in a safe environment.

What makes Aldersgate’s Day Camp special?


A staff member since 2003, our day camp director, Carrie White-Toomey, is a teacher by training and works full-time as an elementary public school teacher during the school year. Carrie is skilled at working with diverse populations and meeting each camper’s individual needs to help them have an amazing summer!


Lunch is provided each day at Aldersgate! A hot option is always available like chicken nuggets, hamburgers, or tacos. We also offer a full salad bar each day. For pickier eaters, we always offer cheese sandwiches or Sunbutter and jelly sandwiches – nut-free and delicious!


We understand faith development is an important part of the development of the whole child. Our summer program teachers campers about acceptance, love, and peacemaking and gives them the tools to apply these principles to their lives at home and school even after camp ends.


Campers get to experience a variety of traditional camp activities at Aldersgate. From arts and crafts to archery, swimming to soccer, boating to fort-building, Aldersgate has it all!

Click here for our 2020 dates and rates!

“[My son] is looking forward to coming back this year. He tells me anytime that I bring up going to camp that the only camp he likes is there. Thank you for having such a great program that I can confidently send him to and not worry about anything.  As a single parent, that makes it easy to get through the summer.” – 2017 Camper Parent