Student Life
Renbrook School Summer Adventure

General Info


To better serve the needs of the campers, we have merged our groups into age-based divisions. These divisions are named for birds of prey to align with Renbrook School’s mascot – Freddie the Hawk. Campers are placed into a division based on the grade that they will enter the following Fall.

A note from the Camp Director

This year commemorates 45 years of Renbrook School Summer Adventure! In these past decades, we have grown to be a regional leader in camping, with unique activities and programs that distinguish us from other camps. Pottery, robotics, high and low ropes, archery and STEAM are just a few examples of the award-winning offerings that makes RSSA a premium camping experience. We are honored that you are considering RSSA this summer, and hope that you will allow us the opportunity to Explore, Excite and Engage with your camper!

Dave Farrell

Executive Director of Renbrook School Summer Adventure

General Info

List of 3 items.

  • Camp Dates & Hours

    June 10 - August 2
    8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
  • Drop-off and Pick-up

    At drop-off, a counselor will open the car door for a camper and escort the camper to meet his or her counselor.  At pick-up, counselors will bring their campers to the pick-up location.  Traffic attendants are positioned throughout campus to guide the flow of traffic.  For safety, cars are met in specific locations where the driver can be verified by camp staff.
  • Health & Safety

    The health & safety of each child is our primary concern.  During camp hours there are camp nurses available in our First Aid Room.  Staff will know your child's allergies and will accomodate a variety of circumstances to ensure a healthy campus when serving daily snacks.  For the health and safety of all campers and adults, the Renbrook camus strives to be a nut and peanut free school and camp.  Fod items brought to camp must be free of nuts and/or peanuts in any form.
Renbrook School Summer Adventure is a day camp open to three-year-old children through tenth grade students and a Counselor in Training Program for eleventh and twelfth grade students. Our programs have been carefully developed for each age group by professional staff who are experts in the growth and needs of children at each stage of their development. Children will experience:

  • Community and team building
  • Self-confidence and growth

  • Skill building and refinement

  • Physical, social, and emotional growth

Location and Campus

Renbrook School Summer Adventure is located on the campus of Renbrook School at 2865 Albany Avenue (Rt. 44) in West Hartford, CT. 
Renbrook School is a co-ed independent day school serving students in preschool through eighth grade. Learn more by visiting The camp is just five minutes from Bishop’s Corner in West Hartford and from Avon Center.

Campus facilities include:

  • 75-acre campus
  • Gymnastics Facility
  • Gymnasium and locker rooms with showers
  • Outdoor basketball court
  • Two computer labs with Apple computers
  • Art rooms including craft, pottery, ceramics, and woodworking
  • Two theaters with stages and contemporary sound and lighting systems
  • Aquatics Center with three swim lesson pools, two of which are heated
  • Four athletic fields
  • Tennis courts
  • Archery range
  • One of Connecticut's original and largest tree-based ropes course
  • Nature trails and pond
  • Three playgrounds with monkey bars, playscapes, pirate ships, swings, and a Gaga pit

Explore Summer Adventure

Renbrook School

2865 Albany Avenue
West Hartford, CT 06117
Phone 860-232-8410
Fax 860-231-8206

Renbrook School Summer Adventure is a day camp open to three-year-old children through Grade 10, and a Counselor in Training Program for Grades 11 and 12 in West Hartford, CT.
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