Welcome to Summer Camp Orange County
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Summer Friendships That Last a Lifetime
Summer Camp Orange County gives your child a great summer experience, but also a lifetime of memories. Kids attending Summer Camp Orange County will enjoy a wonderful time at one of the finest summer day camp programs in the Orange County, California.
Summer Camp Orange County in Huntington Beach/Westminster area is called Town & Country Summer Day Camp and has been providing exciting summer fun for children since 1948.
We are committed to creating a variety of fun filled experience that your child will cherish forever. The atmosphere at day camp nourishes confidence and self esteem. Summer friendship and memories is our aim.
Outstanding Daily Activities
Each week Summer Camp Orange County has been carefully planned for your grade school child (grades K-6). Daily activities include: swimming and swim lessons, horseback riding, archery, sports, table games, crafts, farms animals and themed camp days.
Field trips (4 per week), include places such as: Aquarium Of The Pacific, the beach, miniature golf, museums, the zoo, ice skating, bowling, roller skating, “mud park,” Chuck E. Cheese, nature center, arcades and more.
Splash. Swim. Get Wet!
Summer Camp Orange County goal is to teach children to swim in a positive and safe environment. Campers learn to swim in our small group lessons. Safety is a priority with our swim certified instructors.
We offer FREE swim lessons! for beginning swimmers in small groups. Our swimming instructors are certified through the American Red Cross. Our on-site pool has three swimming depths, which is ideal for all swim abilities.
The majority of the swimm area is standing depth, whic is perfect for teaching and pool play. Advanced swimmer could go into the deeper depth of the pool.
The Most Fun Summer Camp In the Orange County!
Camp is Awesome
The best camp ever is something we are referred to all the time! Part of the reason why campers come back year after year and tell friends about us is because we like to have fun and let the kids be kids. Sure we have rules and stuff… but for the most part, we just like to hang loose and enjoy the summer. Campers enjoy the cool pool, digging in the mud, building things, cooking stuff, exploring, hunting for creepy crawly things and hanging out with their friends.
The animals also help make this camp a special place. Holding and spending time with the animals is a good way for campers to get in touch with nature. They learn how to respect animals, care for them, and be responsible for something other than themselves. Animals can teach us so much.
Guided Zoo Tour
This week Summer Camp Orange County visited OC Zoo & Nature Center in the City of Orange wit guided zoo tour. Campers had blast.
Kid made notes and here are all the animals they spotted: black bears, mountain lions, bald eagle, island foxes, ocelot, red-tailed hawk, great horned owls, porcupine, coyotes, turkey vultures, coati, goats, cheviot sheep, sheep, pigs, doves and pheasants.
- Free swim lessons* “Pool located on camp ground“
- 4 weekly field trips*
- Farm animals – ponies, bunnies, goats, chickens, piglet etc…
- Arts & Craft
- Themed days
- Equestrian care and pony rides
- Daily group jump start “Coral Time”
- Lifetime memories
- Friendship forever
Making a Splash
Wonderful water week at Summer Camp Orange County began with a splash! Campers spent a lot of time in the pool diving for rings and taking swim lessons. Some even had their own swim races!
Water War Part One: the girls and boys battled it out with squirt guns and water balloons. The battle ended with a tie! We will have to wait for for Water War Part Two to see who the Summer Camp Orange County champs will be. The kindergarten kids had their own scaled-down version of Water Wars and battled against Jr. Staff members, Wyatt and Xavier.
Finally, this week Summer Camp Orange County kids started to play with our unusual camper….SPOCK the PIG! He lives in his own house and the campers have already started giving him the royal treatment! He’s sooo cute!