Asbury Woods will review all of the CDC and Pennsylvania Department of Health recommendations for summer recreation programs as they become available and will continue to update our program procedures accordingly. Enhanced cleaning and disinfecting, social distancing, small group sizes and limiting interaction between groups of campers were all part of the modifications made to ensure a safe environment for all during our 2020 season and will continue in the 2021 camp season. Given the inherent nature of Asbury Woods summer camps to spend as much time as possible outdoors and our ability to spread out among 205 acres of property, several covered outdoor spaces and large, separate indoor classrooms, Asbury Woods is well-placed to provide a socially-distanced, in-person summer camp experience.
Take advantage of the discount involved with supporting donor benefits! You can easily become a supporting donor when registering for camp. When starting the registration process please select SUPPORTING DONOR PRICING. You will have the option to add the donation to the cart during the registration process.
There is a $20 charge for late registrations received after June 1, 2021.
Burst into summer with exciting camp offerings at Asbury Woods! Young campers will have fun exploring the outdoors and learning about plants and animals through a variety of activities and games. Older campers will conduct scientific experiments, develop team-building skills, and observe nature, and much more!
We will have two locations where summer camp and extended care are held:
Andrew J. Conner Nature Center
4105 Asbury Road, Erie PA 16506
Brown's Farm Barn
5774 Sterrettania Road, Fairview PA 16415
Extended Care is offered to all full-day camp registrants and runs 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. for an added fee of $30 for either morning or afternoon care or $60 for both morning and afternoon care, which can be added to the transaction when registering for camp.
For over 40 years, Asbury Woods has been conducting top quality day camps for children in elementary and middle school, and leadership opportunities for kids in high school. All camps include nature explorations, outdoor activities, games, art projects, science experiments, and a day trip to Buttermilk Falls.