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About Camp RoCA

Welcome to Camp RoCA!  A place for children to explore their creativity and imaginations while developing skills they can bring back to the classroom and use throughout their lives. 
 
Camp RoCA is FUN – a place where memories are made and children forge lasting friendships with their peers and counselors.
 
The RoCA campus invites campers to be immersed in art on our ten wooded acres and in our fully equipped, air conditioned art studios.  RoCA’s large sparkling pool and open field provide plenty of healthy outdoor recreation.
 
Children are grouped by grade level. Each session is based on a different theme and campers learn to express themselves through both visual and performing arts.
 
Under the guidance of professional instructors and caring counselors, campers explore art in a supportive environment where group cooperation, personal development, confidence and self-esteem are encouraged.  RoCA campers feel a strong sense of accomplishment at the end of summer.
 
Join us and see why Camp RoCA is one of the area’s most sought after, unique and praised day camps.   
 
Musical Theater Friday program
Musical Theater is the focus of the Friday program. Campers perform selections from Broadway musicals. Working together, they create their own props, costumes and scenery, and then bring it all to life in an exciting performance. 
 
Swimming
Campers enjoy recreational and instructional swimming daily, weather permitting, in our large, sparkling pool. Children learn safety, sportsmanship and swimming skills. Games such as water polo and relay races reinforce these basics. The swimming program is under the supervision of an adult specialist who is a certified professional rescuer trained in CPR and first aid. Camp lifeguards are BLS certified. A camp Medical Director is on site.
 
Field games
The children participate in supervised outdoor activities on our two-acre field. Non-competitive field games round out the program and give children plenty of wholesome physical activity. Our camp is proud to maintain a consistent 5:1 camper to counselor ratio for ages 5-9 and 7:1 for ages 10-12.