Summer Camp Programs 2019
The Boys & Girls Club of Meriden is now registering campers for its 2019 Summer Camp programs. The Club offers two different and exciting summer camp programs as well as two specialty camps.
A traditional outdoor summer camp offers swimming, kayaking, arts & crafts, team work challenges, group games (basketball, touch football, wiffle ball, etc.) and many other activities. Cuno Camp is a state licensed day camp for boys and girls ages 6-13 and is run under the supervision of an all adult staff on a 72-acre site located in the north end of Meriden, Connecticut.
Camp BGC serves up summer fun at the Boys & Girls Club. Eight themed weeks will offer activities in sports, health, science, technology, the arts, cooking and music. Camp BGC is a state licensed day camp for youth ages 6 through 13. Camp BGC is run by an all-adult staff.
The Club offers 2 specialty camps:
A camp for those that love the shooting sports. Ready, Aim. FIRE! is Archery, Air Rifle and even Crossbows all week. Youth are broken up in to teams and compete against each other all week to see who are the top shots!
Our one-week robotics camp will offer youth the opportunity to build and code using the VEX IQ robotics kit. A competition will be held Friday afternoon, August 16, and will be open to parents and guests.
2019 Camp Fees
Automatic weekly payments now available. Call the Club @ 203-235-8185 to set-up recurring payments.
|Cuno Camp||$350 for 2 week sessions
$195 for 1 week
$175 for session 5
|Camp BGC||$110 per week|
|AM Care||$25 per camper per week.|
|PM Care||$25 per camper per week|
|Robotics Camp||$210 per camper|
|Ready, Aim, FIRE!||$195 per camper|
Youth attending Cuno Camp should bring a bathing suit, a towel, a water bottle and lunch to camp each day. Youth attending both Camp BGC and Cuno Camp are NOT allowed to bring playing, trading, or gaming cards (of any kind), 2-way radios or walkie-talkies, electronics of any kind (this includes, but not limited to video games, CD players, IPods, IPads, and radios. Please see the Parent Handbook for the Camp's policy on cell phones and for further information. ALL CAMPERS must have a completed Medical Form on file. Campers who need to administer medications must also have a Medication Administration Authorization form on file.