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.
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.
So much to experience!
Renbrook School Summer Adventure is a day camp open to children three-years-old through students entering tenth-grade. We also have a Counselor-in-Training Program for students entering eleventh and twelfth-grade. Our programs have been carefully developed for each age group by professional staff who are experts in children's growth and needs 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 Renbrook School's campus 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 www.renbrook.org. The camp is just five minutes from Bishop’s Corner in West Hartford and Avon Center.
Campus facilities include:
Gymnasium and locker rooms with showers
Outdoor basketball court
Two computer labs with Apple computers
Artrooms 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
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