Resident-overnight camp at Windham-Tolland 4-H camp in Pomfret Center, CT is a fun way for your child to make new friends, learn new skills, and create memories that will last a lifetime. Resident camp runs for seven weeks each summer (each week has it’s own special theme!) and is open to boys and girls ages 7-15.
Campers will grow in areas of independence, responsibility, teamwork, and self-confidence as they participate in a variety of fun-filled activities. Campers take their first step of independence by choosing their activities for the week from the fifteen included activities we offer. Special activities can be selected during registration for an additional fee.
- Resident/Overnight Camp – 6 days/5 nights of summer camp for boys and girls ages 9-15. Sunday 2:30PM -Friday 6:30PM.
- Resident/Overnight Clover Camp – Introductory residential camp experience for boys and girls ages 7-8. With their own counselor, Clovers will sample regular camp activities, during their tonight stay. Choice of Sunday 2:30pm-Tuesday 5:00PM (two night) or Wednesday 8:00AM – Friday 6:30PM (two nights).
- Resident/Overnight Full Week Clover Camp – 6 days/5 nights of summer camp for boys and girls ages 7-8. Available during weeks 5-7. Sunday 2:30PM -Friday 6:30PM. If you and your child feel they would like to do a a full week during weeks 1-4 please contact our office for availability. 860-974-1122
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Resident-Overnight Camp Overview
Campers should arrive on Sunday of their camp session between 2:30-4:00PM (please bring swimwear and towel!) for swim tests. After camper check-in and cabin assignment, swim test completion and good-byes have been said, all resident campers ages 9-15 will select their activities for the week — and summer camp will officially begin!
Our daily schedule is listed below. On Thursday evening, there is a camp dance. Camp will conclude with closing ceremonies starting on Friday at 6:30PM. Parents are welcome to attend. (Please note that closing ceremonies include award presentations, the firer bringer story and performances by the drama, dance, and musical theater classes. If you do not wish to watch this portion of the evening you can pick your child up at 7:30pm).
A Typical Day at Camp
|11:45AM||Free Time/Free Swim|
|5:00PM||Cabin Activity Time|
|6:45PM||Flag Lowering/Time for Thought|
|7:30PM||All Camp Evening Program|
|9:00PM||Evening Cabin Time|
|9:45PM||Lights Out – Taps|