Overnight summer camp is a learning experience filled with activities kids love. That’s why so many of our campers return year after year.
Overnight campers range in ages from 7 to 17. Camp Notre Dame allows them to meet new friends, try new activities, grow their social skills and independence, and appreciate nature. In addition to the overnight summer camp classics everyone loves, such as boating, hiking, campfires, and epic water balloon battles!
Special programs are designed for Older Campers and Counselors In Training (CITs). The Older Camper program is for those young persons from 15 to 16 who can’t get enough of camp. Special age-specific programs are offered and run separate from younger overnight camper activities. Counselors In Training is for 17-year-old youth who have completed their junior year of high school, have previous camp experience, and would like to learn how to be a camp counselor and graduate to the next phase of camp life.
Overnight Camp (ages 7-14)
Overnight Camp is co-ed and runs for six weeks. From Sunday through Friday, campers ages 7 to 14 play unique games and participate in outdoor activities, including:
- Canoeing & Fishing
- Hiking & Campouts Under the Stars
- Target & Archery Ranges
- Arts & Crafts
- Nature Programs
- Devotional Services
Older Camper (ages 15-16)
This year Camp Notre Dame will be offering two weeks of older camping for those young persons who just can’t get enough of a good thing. The Older Camper program for 15 and 16 yr olds run concurrently with the 7-14 yr old programs, but has its own schedule, its own staff and new and exciting activities.
Stay up later and have more fun . . .
C.I.T. (Counselor in Training) Program – age 17
This year Camp Notre Dame will again offer Two weeks of C.I.T. Programs for 17 yr olds who have completed their junior year of high school, have previous camp experience and would like to learn how to be a camp counselor and “graduate” to the next phase of camp life. A perfect balance of leadership training, experience with campers, and fun is sure to make this week “a vacation to remember”. The C.I.T. program runs concurrently with the 7-14 yr. old programs, but has its own schedule, its own staff and exciting activities. CIT program applicants will be asked to provide a letter of recommendation from a school official, member of the clergy (or equivalent), employer or a past CND counselor.