Rolling Hills Summer Day Camp
General Camp Information
Our summer day camp operates for 11 weeks and is stationed at the The Lodge. The park is our playground throughout each week of Camp and our Campers will participate in a variety of outdoor experiences.
Join us for our Camp Open House on Wednesday, June 7, 2023 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Meet the staff, and ask questions. We are excited to see you all.
Available for children who have completed Kindergarten through 11 years of age.
- Arts and Crafts
- Outdoor and Group Games
- Nature Hikes
- Park Naturalist Lessons
- Water Park Visits (Monday/Wednesday/Friday)
- Friday Lunch included
- Much, Much More!
|Camper Check-In||8:00am - 9:00am|
|Camp||9:00am - 5:00pm
|Camper Pick-Up||5:00pm - 6:00pm|
|1||6/12/23-6/16/23 (Lincoln students, please register for the full week and email Rhonda to receive a pro-rated refund)|
|4||7/3/23-7/7/23 (No Camp On July 4)|
How to Register
Registration will begin online at midnight on March 15. Space is limited to 30 Campers each week!
- Register Online - Select "Day Camp" and then "Rolling Hills" to choose which weeks to register for
- To register for the payment plan, please use the registration form linked at the bottom of this page
All cancellation requests must be submitted in writing to the Camp Director. Cancellations submitted by the deadline will be refunded according to the table below. No refunds will be issued the week of camp without a physician’s note for illness or injury.
|30 days or more prior to start of camp||90% Refund|
|7-29 days prior to the start of camp||50% Refund|
|1-6 days prior to the start of camp||20% Refund|
All transfer requests must be submitted in writing to the Camp Director and will only be processed if space allows. After June 1, all transfers will incur a $10 fee per week, per child. Registration transfers between locations (Independence Lake County Park, Meri Lou Murray Recreation Center, and Rolling Hills County Park) will also incur a $10 fee per week, per child. Transfers are not permitted after the enrolled session has begun.
WCPARC Camps have a zero tolerance policy towards physical violence of any nature. Incidents involving any type of violent act will result in a meeting with camp administration, and disciplinary suspension, possibly including an expulsion from camp. I understand that my child will be expected to comply with the established guidelines for camp, which require children to refrain from using any foul language, hitting, biting, and or using threats, etc.
For Camp questions, please email Rhonda Bouma.