DAY CAMP (Ages 5-12)
At Camp Miller, day campers participate in theme-based weeks full of activity and camp fun! Day Camp introduces campers to our four core values of Caring, Honesty, Respect,
and Responsibility. Day Campers become part of the Camp Miller community as they gain confidence and independence through traditional camp activities such as arts and crafts, climbing the tower, field games, horseback riding, swimming in the lake, and more. Many day campers eventually become overnight campers and love that they already know the ropes here at camp!
2020 DAY CAMP SESSIONS
2020 Rates: $165 per week*
*Session 3: $100
Campers are dropped off and picked up at the Mitchell Lodge between 7:45 – 9:00 AM for drop off and 4:30 – 5:30 PM for pick up, Monday through Friday. Take a look at some of our session dates and mark your calendars for an incredible summer season! Registrations for Day Camp opens February 1st, 2020! Sign up for updates by emailing email@example.com
Session 1 | June 15 - 19 | Blast off into summer
Session 2 | June 22 - 26 | Dinosaur Roar
Session 3* | June 29 - July 1 | Holidaze
Session 4 | July 6 - 10 | Tournament of Champions
Session 5 | July 13 - 17 | Invention Convention
Session 6 | July 20 - 24 | Disney Adventure
Session 7 | July 27 - 31 | Tokyo 2020 Olympics
Session 8 | August 3 - 7 | Harry Potter
Session 9 | August 10 - 14 | Minion Mayhem
Session 10 | August 17 - 21 | Minnesota State Fair
NEW IN 2020!
Mad Scientist | July 6 - 10 | Ages 7+ | $200
Explore the world of wacky science. Get your goggles ready as we create flying objects, slimy goo, and awesome eruptions. This camp will combine games, science, and physical activity. What will you create in our mad lab? *Limited to 10 spots
Junior Chef | July 13-17 | Ages 7+ | $200
Just like our adult chef camp in August, spend time learning to cook over an open fire! Each day will have a new food theme for our Junior Chefs to learn more about cuisine around the world. Learn food prep safety while exploring fun foods to eat. We will learn how to use food found at camp, and cap off the week with a treat made for all your day camp friends! *Limited to 10 spots
Best of the Best | July 27 - 31 | Ages 10 + | $225
Ready to take your adventure to the next level? Experience the best of the best as you take our horses out for a trail ride, conquer the high ropes course, canoe across the lake, and learn to sail a sunfish. Enjoy a campout under the stars on Thursday night with your new camp friends. *Limited to 10 spots
Sports - August 10 -14 | Ages 10 + | $225
For the high energy sports lover, Sports Camp is the place to be! From the water to the land, we will explore all types of sports from the USA to the UK. Spend time on Sturgeon Lake canoeing, kayaking, sailing, and fishing. Mountain bike on our trails, play team sports and try your hand at international sports like cricket. The group will also spend a day at the beach on Park Point. *Limited to 10 spots
Day Camp Overnights | Ages 7+
Experience an overnight at Camp Miller just like our overnight campers! Enjoy a day at day camp, and then join in on the overnight camp program for fun swim, supper, twilight fun, and our BIG camp game. You'll have a campfire and toast s'mores under the stars. Maybe even a night prank or two for a sneaky group of campers.
Offered the Thursday night during Sessions 3, 5, 7, and 9
The below schedule is just an example. Your camper will experience all of the things listed below and MORE during their week at camp. Activity schedules will vary based on day and theme of the week.
Morning: We begin each day with a welcome and introductions, followed by two group activities.
Afternoon: We then enjoy packed lunches under the pavilion and enjoy a quiet, restful siesta before swimming or boating in the lake. Afterwards, two more group activities are enjoyed before free time during pick up. On Fridays, afternoon group activities are replaced by all-camp games and events catered to the theme of the week.
While group activities can vary to fit the theme of the week, they can include activities such as archery, arts and crafts, climbing tower, horseback riding, and more. Certain activities that require specific gear, such as close-toed shoes. Staff will notify you in advance of special preparations needed to participate in activities.
What To Pack
When packing for your camper’s time at camp, we find that the suggested items listed ensure that your camper is prepared for all camp programs. While we recommend packing extra clothing, campers should arrive dressed for present weather conditions. Campers should be able to carry their own backpacks. Avoid over-packing. Label all belongings with your camper’s name, including sunscreen.
- T-Shirts & Long-Sleeve Shirts
- Sweater or Sweatshirt
- Warm Jacket
- Rain Gear
- Socks & Underwear
- Close-Toed Shoes (Required for Horseback Riding)
- Sandals or Water Shoes
- Extra Pair of Shoes
- Swimsuit & Beach Towel
- Water Bottle
- Bug Spray, Sunscreen, & Chapstick