4 - 8 weeks
Promoting personal growth and lifelong friendships in a nurturing, down to earth environment.
Shibley Day Camp has a separate junior camp facility for campers ages 3-6, as well as a mini-day option for those younger campers. There are 5 heated swimming pools offering Red Cross swim instruction and free swim daily.Learn More
Shibley Day Camp Reviews
I wanted to thank you all for welcoming my daughter into the Shibley family. There are a lot of camps, but it took less than five minutes to realize that Shibley was different from the rest. When we visited back in February, we were welcomed with happy smiles and the warm feeling that you truly care about everyone who walks through your doors. The Shibley team made my daughter feel wanted and important. — Parent
Honestly we liked the ‘vibe’ at Shibley. It’s ‘camp.’ While it has lots of amazing facilities and amenities, we were drawn to the low-key feeling and attitude. Our children are very different from one another and Shibley has something for each of them. Our ‘sporty’ son loves the plethora of sports and competition. Our older son is drawn to wood working and the adventure course, yet still enjoys the Goose Cup and World Series. — Parent
We have been part of the Shibley family for over 5 years. I write “family” because that is exactly how you feel once you and your children have experienced a summer at the camp. Every visit, every meet-up is a fun family gathering. My daughters look forward to the summer when they can swim, play sports, do arts & crafts and more with the wonderful Shibley counselors and campers for 8 straight weeks. We can’t wait for summer 2021! — Parent
My kids are really enjoying Shibley Day Camp. They travel from western Queens “all the way to Shibley”. Why? If you ask my kids: #1: They are empowered to make decisions (go-carts or bungee, arts & crafts or rock climbing), #2: fun trips #3: clean towels, clean eating area, clean bunks… If you ask me: #1: Heath and team work with parents quickly to respond to any concerns. #2: Huge variety of activities with staff who have been there forever because they love what they do. #3: Diversity in campers and staff. — Parent