Mariners Hill Camp is a special seven week program specifically designed to meet the needs of rising first and second graders. Because young children are most successful in an environment that is stable and predictable, Mariners Hill Camp participants remain in their camp cohort for the seven week summer program. We encourage campers to attend 5 days a week, in order to take full advantage of the schedule and appreciate the full camp experience. Partial week schedules will be available beginning May 1, 2022.
MHC campers learn and engage in a variety of activities including, sports, art, STEAM and team building. MHC is a fully functioning camp; a subset of Brewster Day Camp. In addition to the programs built into the Mariners Hill Camp schedule, campers will also swim twice a day and participate in archery and BDOC (Brewster Day Camp Outdoor Challenge).
One of the goals of this program is to meet the needs of our local families with young children. Register for 5 days a week during Early Bird enrollment and receive a 10% discount off the seasonal rate!
Mariners Hill Camp Day Schedule
|8:00-8:45||Drop-Off & Check-In|
|8:50||CAMP DAY BEGINS|
|9:00-12:00||Morning activities and Swim Lessons|
|12:30 - 1:00||Hill Time|
|1:00 - 3:30||Choice Periods & Free-Swim|
|3:30||CAMP DAY ENDS|
|3:30-4:45||Closing assemblies, snack, pick-up|
Mariners Hill Programs
|Imagination Station||STEAM/Theatrical Learning||Activities centered around a MAKERSSPACE, and imaginitive play, singing, dancing, performing|
|Exploration Station||Scientific Learning||Activities centered around animals and nature on Cape Cod, gardening, exploration and experiments|
|Creation Station||Artisitc Learning||Activities centered around creating 2-D and 3-D art using a variety of mediums and materials|
|Relaxation Station||Fine Motor Learning||Activities centered around building and creating with our hands, and quiet pasttimes such as games and reading|
|Sports Center||Kinesthetic Learning||Activities centered around traditional sports, with an emphasis on sportsmanship/teamwork and proper rules of the game|
|Game Zone||Interpersonal Learning||Activities centered around being safe and having fun, team building, and direction following|
|Archery Zone||Skill Based Learning||Activities centered around specific skills involving hand-eye coordination and target practice|
|Swimming Pool||Gross Motor Learning||Activities centered around water safety, ARC swimming skills, and water-based games|