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About PEEC’s Summer Adventure Camp

Since 1998, our nature adventure camp has helped campers grow and explore while under the guidance of staff.  Our staff are instructors, interns, and counselors hired based on experience and trained in childhood behavior, special needs, risk management, and other camp-related topics.  All PEEC summer camp staff members undergo background checks and safety training before working with children.


Campers will enjoy hiking, playing games, and exploring nature under close supervision by trained camp staff.  PEEC’s summer day camp runs from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Lunch and Transportation, in addition to Before and After Camp Care are available for an additional charge.

2024 Dates: June 24 to August 18

Interested in our summer camps? Register today

PEEC Camp Open House & Tours

January 27: 10am-12pm 

April 20: 10am-12pm 

June 20: 5pm-7pm      

Join PEEC’s Camp Counselors and Camp Director for games and a tour. 

If you are interested in learning more or taking an on-site tour, please contact us at 

PEEC is partnering with NASA Globe Goes to Camp to inspire citizen science.

Camp Brochure

Financial Aid

2024 PEEC Day Camp Programs

Learn about all the different mammals we have in the area.  

June 24th – 28th Into the Wild

Learn about all the different mammals we have in the area.  

July 1st – 5th Water World

Campers will be able to participate in fishing, canoeing, waterfall exploration, and pond searching.  

July 8th – 12th Winged Wonders

Dive into the birds, bats, and insects that fly past your heads.  

July 15th – 19th CSI Week

Become a Crime Scene Investigator for the week and help solve a wildlife mystery that has occurred on PEEC property!  

July 22nd – 26th Recreation Fitness

While playing large games and fun sports, learn about how to make what you are doing more sustainable for the environment and your life.

July 29th – August 2nd Digging for Dinos

Come join us for a week of exploring different prehistoric creatures & geological history.

August 5th – 9th Animal Olympics

Campers will participate in different Olympics events using animal adaptations from field races to frog collecting! 

August 12th – 16th Outdoor Survival

Campers will learn about backpacking, purifying water, building shelters and fires, edible plants, animals to avoid, and practice fishing.

PEEC Day Camp Age Group Descriptions

Age groups are based on the grade campers will be entering in fall 2024. 


4- 5 years old. Our youngest group will focus on introducing your child to the outside world. 


1st to 2nd grade. Campers will get to explore PEEC through hiking, crafts, games, and more.


3rd – 4th grade. Wet and Slimy campers will get to enjoy swimming and more water activities.  


5th – 7th grade. Every Thursday evening, Jr. Nats will stay until 8pm for a campfire dinner. 


8th to 10th grade. Every Wednesday, Sr. Nats will get to go rafting down the Delaware River.

For All Campers

Lunch is available for $50 per week and will be a hot lunch from the kitchen. Campers with special dietary needs can be accommodated if at least one week’s notice is given.   

Transportation service is available for $75 per week at Milford Health Center.  Pickup times are 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.  Before & After Camp Care is available for $15 each for the week. Before Camp drop off occurs between 8am and 8:40am. After Camp pick-up is by 5pm. Single day before or after camp is available for $15. Any camper picked up later than 4:10pm without After Camp registration will be charged a $15 late fee. Any camper not picked up by 5pm will incur an additional $15 late fee.  

Call or email PEEC: 570-828-2319, 

Discounts and Camperships

Camperships can help offset the cost of our camp program for up to two weeks and are given on a first-come, first-serve basis. 

Funding for camperships is provided by the Heather Rosborough Fund, the Biondo Family Foundation, the Nancy and Derry Bird Campership, and Buck-a-Book donations. 

To apply for a campership, submit the following documents to PEEC at or by mail: 

  • A letter explaining the financial need of your family 
  • A list of which sessions you’d like to send your child to camp 
  • Optional: A copy of your National School Lunch Program (NSLP) eligibility letter (Determine eligibility here using chart on second page of document) 

After PEEC receives the items listed above, you will be contacted about your family’s eligibility. Unfortunately, PEEC cannot guarantee, confirm, or hold spaces for campers until a registration form and deposit are received. 

Financial aid may cover up to 50% of a camper’s tuition for up to two weeks. 

If you have any questions or need assistance with this process, call PEEC at 570-828-2319, or email our Camp Director. 

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