Parkville Day Camps
You have never been to a day camp like Heartland Camp’s. We jam pack our days full of awesome activities and have created an environment where campers can grow together as children of God. With our Christ-centered focus, exceptional college age counselors and highly active programming, day campers love the time they spend at Heartland.
In addition to our activities is our morning Bible study and afternoon worship. Our counselors will journey with their small group of campers through a weekly curriculum. We tie in our lessons with crafts and games to encourage our campers to live a Christ-like life.
We believe our best quality is our exceptional summer college age staff. Their love for campers and dedication to helping them understand what living a life for Christ looks like never ceases to amaze us. Our hope is to create a strong foundation for a genuine Christ-centered life. Our trained counselors are positive Christian role models who encourage campers to make the most of their time at Heartland and hold onto the lessons they learned and the friends they made.
Heartland Camp interviews and selects exceptional and qualified Christian young adults who will be camp directors, counselors and other staff (such as horse wranglers or kitchen crew). The camp performs national and local background checks on each applicant, and trains those who are hired for their particular positions. The staff also completes a two week training session. Counselors are at least 18 years old.
All staff are CPR/First Aid trained and certified should any emergency situation arise.
>>>A Typical Day
Our Day Camp is Christ focused and in the outdoors to create an environment where campers develop new skills, gain a sense of independence in a controlled and inclusive environment all while encountering God and having fun. Day Campers will learn to recognize God's spirit and be encouraged in their relationship with God while they learn to work out their faith on their own. A week of Day Camp includes swimming in the pool every day, improving skills in our swimming lesson program, riding a horse through our scenic pastures, getting dirty discovering new things in our creek and screaming as they fly down our 100 ft. slip n’ slide… occasionally covered in shaving cream! And the best part is, there’s a whole lot more.
Still not sure what at camp will be like? Try one! We have several options for a Free Day of Adventure. That's right, we said free!
>>>Parkville Day Camp- CAmpin
Come see camp like you never have before! This summer we are excited to invite our Omega (grades 4-6) Heartland Day Campers to get a taste of our Overnight Camp experience. Register your camper today for an evening full of special activities and campfire worship, ending with a campout with friends and Heartland staff.
Date: July 19-20, those registered for the week of Day Camp, will be dropped off during our typical drop-off hour on July 19 and picked up the afternoon of July 20.
Ages: Completed grades 4-6
>>>Day camp leadership
We are excited to announce a new opportunity for young people to get involved in Heartland’s Day Camp! This summer we will invite 7th and 8th grade campers to our Heartland Day Camp Leadership program. These weeks will be opportunities for campers to serve our younger day campers while growing in confidence, faith, and community. Along with serving at Heartland, campers will also participate in classic camp activities such as horseback riding, archery, pool time and more!
Week 3 June 11-15
Week 5 June 25-29
Week 7 July 9-13
Week 9 July 23-27
Ages: Completed grades 7-8
Frequently Asked Questions:
How much is a week of Day Camp?
Day Camp is $195.00 per week which includes all activities, lunch and an afternoon snack (please read below for early and late pick up charges).
What ages can attend Heartland Day Camp?
Day Camp is for campers who have completed Kindergarten through 6th grade.
How many days a week is Heartland Day Camp?
How many sessions of Day Camp can I sign up for?
Our Day Camp is offered for 11 weeks of the summer. Each week is made to be different so that our multiple week campers never have the same experience. Sign up for one session, ten sessions or anywhere in between! We would love to have you!
Does it include meals?
We include lunch and an afternoon snack!
Breakfast and dinner are available for an extra charge
Drop Off/Pick Up Schedule:
Drop-off: 8:00 AM- 8:45 AM -activities begin promptly at 9 am.
Pick-up: 4:30 PM- 5:30 PM
Extended Hours (Extra fee applies):
Early drop off is available for an additional charge of $25.00 per week from 7:00 to 8:00 AM including breakfast.
Late pick up is available for an additional charge of $25.00 per week from 5:30 to 6:30 PM including dinner on Monday-Thursday. No dinner provided on Fridays.
What should I pack?
Bible, one piece swimsuit or tankini/trunks, towels – swimming, appropriate outdoor clothing, insect repellent, sunscreen, rainwear, tennis shoes (older if you have them), water bottle.
Still have questions?
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Week 1- May 29-June 1* Free Day of Camp May 31st
Week 2- June 4-8
Week 3- June 11-15
Week 4- June 18-22
Week 5- June 25-29
Week 6- July 2-6* Free Day of Camp July 5th
Week 7- July 9-13
Week 8- July 16-20 CampIN
Week 9- July 23-27
Week 10- July 30-August 3
Week 11- August 6-10
* Four day week at a prorated price due to holiday.