Camp Si-La-Meo

image (11)Alaska Pacific University provides the perfect setting for campers to enjoy nature and experience a day full of outdoor activities, singing, laughing and memories. Watch campers thrive as they experience new and challenging activities with the guidance of caring and creative staff

Campers are organized into small groups by age and activities are designed to fit their physical ability levels and attention spans.

Each group participates in swimming lessons, and activities include archery, boating, nature walks, arts and crafts, games, rock climbing, pony riding and lots more.

069Camp runs daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The 2014 session dates are May 27 to Aug. 15.

Registration is by the week and will open for the 2014 summer session in February.

2014 sessions and prices:

*Caterpillars (Age 5)
This program is designed to introduce our youngest campers to day camp. With a low camper-to-staff ratio of 6:1, camp counselors give each child the individual attention needed to make friends, have fun, and develop new skills.

*Trail Starters (Ages 6-7)
Trail Starters explore all of the best features of camp while engaging in more progressive and challenging activities such as archery and boating. A low camper-to staff ratio of 8:1 ensures that each child’s needs, interests, and unique personality is discovered by camp staff and other children.

*Trail Seekers (Ages 8-9)
Trail Seekers participate in more challenging camp activities and work with staff to set personal goals. Activities include indoor rock climbing, kayaking and special events planned by the campers and their counselors. Horseback Trail Ride add-on available for $85.

*Outdoor Adventurers (Ages 10-13)
Campers have plenty of activity options and more individual choices, such as exploring nature on a hike or being creative through  a variety of art media. Horseback Trail Ride add-on available for $85.

Pre- and after-camp care is available for an extra $25 each, per week.
7:30-9:00: $25/week
4:00-5:30: $25/week