Camp Kirby Overnight/Resident camp
Session 1 “Jurassic Kirby”: June 25th – July 1st – Grades 2-9
T-Rex, Velociraptor, Allosaurus, Oh my! One of our most popular themes is back! Prehistoric pandemonium is bound to be in full swing as we hunt for dinosaur eggs, dig for fossils, and much more.
Session 2 “Who Done It?”: July 2nd-8th – Grades 4-12
Calling all sleuths, gumshoes, and private eyes! Your help is needed to solve this session’s classic “Who Done It?” mystery.
Session 3 “Artful Antics”: July 9th-15th – Grades 2-12
Prep your pallet, sharpen your pencils, and get ready to create! Flex the right side of your brain as we explore the arts. This session will also feature the annual Camp Kirby Talent show that any camper is invited to participate in!
Session 4 “Jungle Cruise”: *MINI SESSION* July 16th-19th – Grades 1-7
Welcome aboard for our next adventure! We’ll be on the lookout for excitement around every corner as we venture into the vines for our mini session.
Session 5 “Through the Decades”: July 23rd – 29th – Grades 2-9
Join us as we travel back in time, and explore Camp Kirby through the years!
Session 6 “Creatures of the Deep”: July 30th – August 5th – Grades 2-9
Approach the brink of your imagination… and dive in! Deep sea, deep space, or the depths of our minds- let’s find out what fantastical beings lurk beyond the light.
Session 7 “Witches, Wizards, and Warlocks”: August 6th – 12th – Grades 4-12
If you love a world of fantasy, magic, and mystery, then this is the week for you! The possibilities for this session are endless, because they are only limited by our imaginations.
2023 Camp Rates:
$695 Full-Week Session
$395 Half-Week Session (Session 4)
CIT (COUNSELOR IN TRAINING)
Camp Kirby offers a learning-intensive leadership program for 11th and 12th graders. Our Counselor-In-Training (CIT) Program is a six-week program spread over two summers, and must be applied for. More information can be found here.
Virtual Tour of Camp Kirby
Resident Camp Activities
Activities at camp are all about trying new things, challenging yourself, and having fun outdoors. We stress camper planning and choice, so kids have a chance to be in control of their week. Each week, campers will get to experience all of the activities that are open to their age group. During a typical week-long session, campers can expect to do each activity at least once, with options to do activities more than once if time and scheduling allow.
Resident Camp Age Groups
- Cricket: Entering 1st grade (Mini Session only)
- Beachcomber: Entering 2nd-3rd grade
- Adventurer: Entering 4th-5th grade
- HiTor: Entering 6th-7th grade
- MuaMi: Entering 8th-9th grade
- Tanika: Entering 10th-12th grade
- CIT 1: Entering 11th grade (must apply)
- CIT 2: Entering 12th grade and completed CIT 1 (must apply)
Arts & Crafts, Outdoor Living Skills, Outdoor Cooking, Science & Nature Programming, Sports & Games, Swimming & Row Boats, Team-Building Activities, Music & Drama, and so much more.
Entering Grades 4+
Archery & Canoeing
Entering Grades 6+
40’ Climbing Wall, Kayaking
Entering Grades 8+
Night Canoeing and/or Night Archery
Entering Grades 10+