Camp Units / Age Groups
Winding Trails Summer Day Camp consists of children between the age of 3 and entering eighth grade. We take a limited number of campers in each age group to ensure the quality of our program. Each age group is then divided into smaller groups within each unit. Campers are separated by what grade they are entering in the fall. All camp groups are coed.
Approximate camper to counselor is 6 to 1
|Scout||Preschool, ages 3 and 4 (Half-Day Program, 9:00 AM – 1:30 PM)|
|Hiawatha||Entering First Grade|
|Ranger||Entering Second Grade|
|Tamarack||Entering Third Grade|
|Mohawk||Entering Fourth Grade|
|Apache||Entering Fifth Grade|
|Pioneer||Entering Sixth Grade|
|Robin Hood||Entering Seventh Grade|
|Navajo||Entering Eighth Grade|
Scouts – Preschool Program
Three and four year old campers can look forward to an exciting summer at Winding Trails Summer Day Camp in our Scout group. Your preschooler can participate in a half-day camp program 5 days a week. They will have arts & crafts, sports, water play, and an exposure to nature, music, and more.
Our staff, experienced in early childhood and camping, will provide a high quality program for your child. A very low counselor-camper ratio will assure that your child receives individual attention. The Scout session is from 9:00am to 1:30pm. Children must be toilet trained. Swim Lessons are not a part of the Scout program.
Friend requests are accepted but are not guaranteed to be honored.
We do our best to accommodate one friend request per camper per season. Please put your friend request in writing to the camp office no later than April 1st as groups are finalized in early April.
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Phone 860.677.8458 Fax 860.676.9407
Winding Trails, Inc. is a non-profit organization serving people from Farmington and surrounding communities, providing year round recreational and educational activities for the enjoyment and growth of families and individuals of all ages. Winding Trails is dedicated to the conservation and stewardship of the natural woodlands and waterways that allow outdoor programming, character development, and other activities that strengthen the lives of those we serve.