Ridgeville Summer Camp Registration Now Open

As you look at the variety of summer camp options for your child(ren), we hope that you will consider what Ridgeville has to offer. For years, Ridgeville has provided kids with a fantastic summer experience, while staying true to its mission of being a safe, nurturing, and affordable option for parents. We take your child’s care very seriously and are committed to maintaining a child to counselor ratio that is no higher than six to one. We want our well-trained staff to be able to give each child the attention that he or she deserves. We also want to facilitate and encourage activities that allow all of our children to thrive in an environment that values their imaginative and creative input. our camps seem to grow in popularity each year and space is limited, so don’t wait to sign up! Spots fill on a first-come-first-serve basis.


Nothing to do on a summer afternoon? Youth in the parks is a free drop-in program available in Elks, Reba, Brummel, and Ridgeville Parks. YIP offers free recreational activities to neighborhood kids.


Pre-K Day Camp is the perfect camp for young children getting ready for their first camp adventure. Over the four or eight week session, children will play in small, well supervised groups and take part in a variety of games and structured activities, such as story time, arts and crafts, and parades. READ MORE…


Day Camp 5-7 has a fun and lively curriculum structured around art projects, literature, movement, and science. Activities are focused around weekly themes, such as Nocturnal Animals, Art Experimentation, Continents, etc. READ MORE…


In this fun-filled camp, children engage in arts and crafts projects, drama, music, and dance, while also making time for games, sports, and other traditional camp activities. The camp will be shaped by the interests and abilities of all camp participants to ensure that a wide range of projects emerge throughout the summer. Projects might include everything from comic book making to collaborative painting & sculpture. READ MORE…


Has your child been to Japan, the Middle Ages, or the 1950s? In this exciting camp, children journey through time as they explore a variety of different eras and places. Over each four-week session, campers create cool art projects, play games, and hear music that reflects their weekly themed time period or place of travel. READ MORE…


This year, we are offering several one-week mini-camps for parents looking for a little more flexibility in their summer scheduling. READ MORE…


This new program allows 13-15 year-olds the chance to get real hands-on experience working with Ridgeville campers of various ages.  

Please fill out our application form

Applicants will be determined for a select number of positions.

Indicate your preferences and describe your experiences on our form. Participation is $250/4 week session.

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