Our TimberNook camps provide nature-based play experiences for children that challenge the senses and inspire creativity, independence, and imagination in the great outdoors! This summer will feature four unique camp sessions.  

Extreme Art
Ages 5-10 years June 27-July 1
Your child will collaborate with others to create grand-scale works of art from scratch! If you believe your child will enjoy art experiences embedded in child-led play, then this is the program for them!

Ages 7-12 years July 11 – 15
This program is sure to challenge your child’s survival instincts and imagination! Stranded on a “deserted island,” children are provided with only the bare essentials to create their own little world in the woods. Each day is filled with adventure and excitement as the week unfolds!

Going Wild
Ages 7-12 years July 18-22
This classic TimberNook program is for older children who enjoy taking play to a whole new level through collaborative, creative, and sensory-immersive experiences with friends new and old. We guarantee a week full of adventure, games, and surprises!

Barefoot and Buckets
Ages 5-9 years July 25 – 29
This program recreates classic play experiences from days gone by. A truly sensory week for the youngest campers, Barefoot & Buckets offer days of wet and often messy adventures that leave your children excited and asking for more.

Theatre Camp

LCA presents Frozen Jr. Theatre Camp! 

Grades 6-12 July 18th – July 29th

Grades 3-5 July 25th – 29th

The cost of camp  includes one week of camp tuition and one week of an apprenticeship when the younger students join us. Students will audition ahead of time and be ready to start rehearsals at camp on July 18th. Students are required to attend both weeks of camp. Younger students entering grades 3-5 are welcome to join us for the second week of camp, July 25th – 29th, including the performance on the night of the 28th. Students will be a part of bringing this Broadway-style show to life from start to finish – set, props, costumes, acting, singing and dancing. The show will take place on the evening of Thursday, July 28th.

Summer Camp FAQS

Registration and Refunds

Full payment is required at the time of registration to reserve your child’s space. Due to limited space, refunds will not be given. There will be no proration of fees for any day(s) a child participant cannot attend.

Pick-up and Drop-off Procedures

Children must arrive no earlier than 15 minutes before their session and be picked up no later than 15 minutes after the end of their program. Parent/guardian should walk their child to the gymnasium and check their child in with the instructor for their program at the assigned table.

Late Pick-up Policy

There will be a late fee for children who are picked up 16 minutes or later after their program ends. The late fee is $1 for every minute late after the 15 minute grace period.

Dress Code

Camp may require a lot of moving and running. Please send children with close toed shoes and appropriate clothing for the camp they have registered for. You can send a change of clothes if necessary. Clothing that displays drugs, alcholol, tobacco, offensive language, excessive bagginess, or is excessively revealing will not be permitted.

Personal Belongings

LCA is not responsible for personal belongings. Please label everything clearly. Children should not bring toys, electronic devices, jewelry, money or any possessions of value with them to camp.

Sunscreen/Insect Repellent

Please apply sunscreen and insect repellent prior to the start of each camp session if your child will be outside. Children may bring sunscreen or bug spray with them – spray or mist options are recommended. Sunscreen and/or insect repellant must be labeled with child’s name. Children may not share these items with anyone who is not a sibling.

Snacks/Lunch/Water Bottles

Please pack your camper with a water bottle and snack for 1⁄2 day programs. For full day programs, a water bottle, two snacks and a lunch are needed. Microwaves are available.

Camp Rules 1. Respect yourself

2. Respect each other
3. Respect your surroundings
4. Stay within sight of your instructor

Registration now open!