Campers choose their activities based upon their interests, and those interests can change week-by-week. Our wide variety of activities allows campers to try many different options throughout the summer, giving them a well-rounded summer camp experience.
Select two activities, one for the morning and one for the afternoon, for each week your child attends camp. Once you register, you will receive a confirmation for the class. If a class does not meet minimum enrollment, we will notify families by early May and help you find an alternative activity.
"Great work! Our kids are always so excited to go back to camp at WES. As with the school experience, WES is a special and welcoming place. In fact, we canceled a week at another camp because our kids wanted to go to WES camp instead."
"The facilities are great and the camp counselors are wonderful with each and every camper. When I drop of my son, I know that he is going to have a great time."
"We can't wait to sign-up! Before last year's camp ended, my children were asking to do it again this summer."
"It is exactly what a camp should be: FUN!"
"My kids loved Summer@WES. Each morning they get up enthusiastically and are excited to be with the other campers and counselors. It is the best camp they have attended."
"I used to sign up for multiple camps because I thought my child would appreciate new settings, but now I sign up for multiple sessions at Summer@WES. All the campers and camp staff are extremely welcoming, and my child always felt relaxed and excited for camp."
"It is awesome!"
"Summer@WES needs to market itself more. The camp is just too good to be kept a secret!"
"I wish school could be this cool!"
"My child had a terrible experience at another camp, primarily due to poor inattentive aftercare, which was in contrast to the attentive aftercare provided by WES. In addition, my child loved the themed weeks in the Dragon Day Camp and learned a tremendous amount in each of the sessions."
"My twins really enjoy dragon quest camp. They like the fact that they got to chose what they wanted to do every day."