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Miquon Day Camp

Located in a 10-acre wooded valley just outside Northwest Philadelphia, Miquon offers a rustic setting where children have that summer camp experience of yesteryear. Miquon is close enough to be accessible to many Philadelphia city and suburban neighborhoods, while feeling just far enough away from home. Registration for Miquon Day Camp is open to children ages 4-11, entering preschool-6th grade. Your child may attend from 1-8 weeks; consecutive weeks are recommended but not required.

2017 Summer Season -Enrollment for Summer 2017 is closed.

Pre and Post Camp Vacation Daycare openings are available.

Pre Camp Vacation Daycare (June 12- 16, 19-23)

Week 1 – Monday, June 26 – Friday, June 30
Week 2 – Monday, July 3 – Friday, July 7  (Tuesday, July 4 is a holiday)
Week 3 – Monday, July 10 – Friday, July 14
Week 4 – Monday, July 17 – Friday, July 21
Week 5 – Monday, July 24 – Friday, July 28
Week 6 – Monday, July 31 – Friday, August 4
Week 7 – Monday, August 7 – Friday, August 11
Week 8 – Monday, August 14 – Friday, August 18

Post Camp Vacation Daycare (August 21-25, 28 – September 1)

Daily Routine

Camp runs 9:00 am – 3:15 pm, Monday-Friday. After Camp Care is available until 6:00 pm at an additional charge.

Bus transportation is provided for children 5 years and older. If your family is not using transportation, you may drop off your child(ren) on campus as early as 8:00 am. Informal supervision is provided. Pick up time is between 3:30-3:40 pm (after the buses leave the campus).

Take a Tour

Tours are offered on weekends beginning in January of each year. Attending a tour is a great way to meet the senior camp staff, become familiar with the campus, and ask any questions you may have regarding the camp. Please contact us to register for a tour.

Submit your Application

Be sure to reserve your child’s spot no later than March 18 to receive special early bird discount pricing.  Visit our Camp Application and Fees Page to enroll today!

ACA logo The Miquon Day Camp is accredited by the American Camp Association

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