Camp Summertime

Summer Camp, Creating memories that last a lifetime



What should my child bring to camp?

When you complete your registration, you will receive a welcome letter that will include the specific items and clothing that you child should bring to camp each day.  This list will include: a backpack, water bottle, swim suit, towel, sunscreen and closed toed shoes.

What kind of training does your staff get?

The Camp Summertime staff are carefully selected to insure your camper receives the best possible experience each summer.  All counselors, instructors, specialists and staff participate in a detailed staff training prior to the start of each summer.  Our staff are offered CPR, First Aid training as well as complete backround checks.

What is the daily schedule like?

 Each day is a different adventure at Camp Summertime.  Campers may experience 6 to 8 exciting activities with their group and have the same counselors every day.  A sample schedule may include:

7:30  -9:15     Early Care/small group games & activities (additional cost & parents provide transportation)
9:15  -9:30     Busses and Campers arrive at camp
9:30  -10:00    Opening Circle/ Songs, Skits, Announcements, Get ready for the great day ahead.
10:00 -10:45   Activity Period 1: Go Karts
10:45 -11:30   Activity Period 2: Boating/Fishing
11:30 -12:00   All Camp Lunch Time / Hot Lunch available everyday for purchase
12:00 -12:45   Activity Period 3:  Soccer
12:45 -1:30    Activity Period 4:  Rock Climbing Wall
1:30  -2:15    Activity Period 5:  Arts & Crafts
2:15  -3:00    Activity Period 6:  Swimming
3:00  -3:30    Closing Circle and Popcicle Snack
3:30             Load Busses and Parent Pickup
3:30  -5:00    Extended Care/small group activities that may include: inflatable water slide, rock wall or dunk tank (additional cost & parents provide transportation) 

Do you offer transportation?

Camp Summertime has an outstanding transportation system. All campers travel to and from camp on certified school busses. The professional year round bus drivers pick up campers at convenient central locations between 8:10 am and 9:20 am each day. The campers are dropped off in the afternoon between 3:45 pm and 4:40 pm. Camp Counselors ride the busses with the campers as well to help supervise and make the journey to and  from camp a fun experience. Camp transportation serves Agoura Hills, Oak Park, Westlake and most parts of Thousand Oaks, Newbury Park, Calabasas, Malibu, Palisades, San Fernando Valley, Moorpark and Simi Valley.  

How many campers are in a group?

Camper groups are kept small to allow for the best experience and staff supervision.  Most groups are between 10 and 14 campers with a minimum of 2 counselors per group.  There is additional staff to help supervise while at specialty activities.