We will have five (5) 1-week sessions (Sunday-Saturday) this summer, running from July 2 through August 5.
Each grade (entering 4-12th) will have at least one program available during each week, some weeks may have more than one program for some grades to choose from. Plus, there will be half-week family camp programs for all ages and one week of day camp for campers entering grades 1-3.
2023 Standard Program* Tiered Pricing: $745 / $670 / $595
*Some programs may have slightly different pricing, or an additional program fee.
Silver Lake follows the immunization requirements for students enrolled in Connecticut schools. In addition, Silver Lake requires all guests to our site to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19. If your camper has a medical exemption, please contact us for more information.
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Read through our 2023 Summer camp health and safety policies and updates.
Learn more about a sample day at Silver Lake.
Check out the Facilities to see where you'll live, eat, and worship.
See what the Challenge Courses have to offer.
Learn more about our amazing summer staff, who work hard to provide all of our campers with their best summer experience.
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For information about camp, registration, required forms, life at camp, and more!
Summer Camp Information Guide - For more information about rules and what to expect, including a sample schedule and a packing list
Overnight Camp Guide to Forms - For instructions on how to access and complete camp forms, including your required Health Record
Instructional Videos - For step-by-step guides to navigating the registration system
Special Needs Policy - Silver Lake makes every effort to include campers of different abilities; however, we are not a special needs camp. Read our policy to see if Silver Lake is right for your camper.
Open House - First-time campers are encouraged to attend Open House, held a Sunday in May each year.
Can't make Open House? Contact the office at 860-364-5526 to schedule a time to visit and tour camp.
Connecticut Safe Sport Policy: Child Abuse Prevention - As part of the CT Public Act No. 21-64, all Connecticut Youth Camps are required to share with camper families the Connecticut Safe Sport Policy: Child Abuse Prevention. Read the policy here.
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