Our youngest campers, 2 years – entering Pre-K are introduced to the day camp experience through a variety of professionally led outdoor and indoor activities, art, music, nature, water play and more. Pre-K children swim in our heated pool every day. Groups are led by experienced, adult teachers and caring staff.
A Full Day of Activity for Older Children
Children entering grades K-4 enjoy a variety of activities including swimming, soccer, baseball, gymnastics, martial arts, music, nature and more in a nurturing, non-competitive environment. Special themed days such as Pajama Day, Crazy Hat Day, Sport Day and more highlight each week and are enjoyed by all campers. Special late nights and BBQ’s are always something campers look forward to and enjoy. Our oldest campers entering grades 2 – 4 also enjoy a local trip every week.
Camp Gadol and Summer Arts Center provide Kosher lunch. Our lunches are catered daily. A menu is available prior to camp. There will be no nut products served anywhere in camp either as lunch or as a snack.
Swimming and Water Play
Sprinkler activities for 2’s. Campers 3 and up swim five days per week in our 25-yard, heated indoor pool. Campers receive daily instruction from our professional staff of Water Safety Instructors. The pool is staffed with at least three certified Water Safety Instructors, as well as at least three certified lifeguards during all swim periods. In addition, counselors are both on deck and in the water to supervise campers. Our Aquatics Program follows American Red Cross guidelines.
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Special Events & Theme Days
There will be weekly special theme days. Campers will participate in creative games, crafts and song. Enjoy the wonder and talent of special guests including magicians, musicians and more. Theme days include Pajama Day, Crazy Hat Day, Sport Day, Luau Day and more.
Becky Rosengren, Director of Camp Gadol
She has served in a number of roles at Camp Gadol. Prior to her most recent experience as Assistant Camp Director, she was a Head Counselor and Camp Administrator.
Becky received her Masters Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Pace University. She is a lifelong resident of New Rochelle, where she currently resides with her husband.
Contact Becky at 914-725-7300 or firstname.lastname@example.org.