5 Weeks of Summer Fun, 5 Days a Week!
June 27 - July 29 (No Camp July 4)

Located on the 92-acre campus of Greenwich Country Day School, our camp offers a summer full of adventure and fun!

"Our kids absolutely loved camp - everything from the sports, to the art projects, to woodshop, to the new friends they made. They came home everyday happy and excited for the next day. They've been to other summer camps before, but GCDS camp has been their favorite." - 2020 Camp Parent

Our state-of-the-art facilities include 2 swimming pools, 4 gymnasiums, 4 tennis courts, dance studio, rock wall, Performing Arts Center, Technology and Creativity Labs, and air-conditioned classrooms. 

Campers are divided into seven age groups. This allows our professional instructors and exceptional counselors to give more personalized attention to each camper and to target age-specific athletic and artistic activities. Nut free, nutritious lunches are provided daily to all campers in Lower Camp and Upper Camp.


    

Three's Camp
For 3 Year Olds 
8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

A morning of exploration, science, play, group activities, and a chance to make friends all in a safe and engaging environment. Plus a swim and lunch program! 
 

 


    

Lower Camp
Ages 4 – 5
8:45 a.m. – 2:45 p.m.

Lower Camp includes swimming, STEAM, music, art, sports and yoga. 
 

 


    

Upper Camp
Ages 6 – 13
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Designed to give children a unique camp experience through a variety of stimulating activities across our sprawling campus!


 


    

Swim Program
Ages 3 – 13

We believe that swimming is a life skill and that all of our campers need to feel safe in the water! 

 


    

Nut-free nutritious lunch provided daily! 

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Safety & Health Protocols

GCDS is committed to operating summer camp in compliance with the prevailing guidance for camp programs established by applicable authorities. GCDS Summer Camp will require COVID-19 vaccination for all age-eligible campers, subject to specific medical exemptions. Camp operations may be modified to reflect the public health environment at the time of the camp program, which may include, but are not limited to:

  • wearing masks in some or all settings
  • cohorting campers into small groups 
  • adjusting programs for weather 
  • eliminating or curtailing certain activities
  • modifying lunch service  

Applicable practices will be communicated to all enrolled families prior to camp opening and are subject to change.