SUMMER CAMP 2016! Sign Up for Summer Fun!
Early Registration Starts Sept. 23 for all 2016 Summer Camps!
Open Registration Will Start Nov. 18 for all 2016 Summer Camps!
Early-Registration for Summer Camp 2016 will start online on Wed. Sept. 23 (for all previously registered campers) for Summer Day, Jr. Day, and Overnight Camp. Once Early-Registration is in progress and you may register online after creating an account.
Open-Registration for Summer Camp 2016 will start online on Wed. Nov. 18 (for all new campers) for Summer Day, Jr. Day, and Overnight Camp. Once Open-Registration is in progress and you may register online after creating an account.
Hiram House also offers a Summer Overnight Camp program for boys and girls, ages 6 to 14.
Back for 2016! Private Horseback Riding lessons will be is offered in Spring, Summer, Fall 2016, with individual (1-on-1) instruction at the camp's Double H Ranch. See details on Horseback Riding page.
The Alpine Climbing Wall Adventure is included weekly as part of all Summer Day and Overnight Camps. The popular Farmstead program, featuring baby farm animals and a garden, is also included for all Summer Campers, as well as a variety of exciting hands-on activities, such as archery, canoeing, camp crafts, low-ropes course, fishing, high-ropes(for campers 10 and older), hiking, horseback riding, outdoor skills, performing arts, swimming, wildlife and environmental studies, theme days, campfires and S’mores!
Our program staff is under the supervision of a qualified director and maintains a 6:1 ratio for Summer Junior Day Camp and and 8:1 ratio for Summer Day Camp and Summer Resident Camp. Summer staff consists mainly of college and senior high school students with experience and interest in child development. Staff are required to participate in an intensive five-day in-residence training program. Group counselors supervise and lead each camper group. Specialists guide activities such as archery, canoeing, horseback riding and arts & crafts. Each year, many universities and high schools throughout the nation are represented by camp staff.
In order to attend camp, each camper must be certified by a nurse or doctor within the past 12 months. The complete medical form must be in the camp office two weeks prior to the camper's first day at camp.
Campers can buy snacks and souvenirs at the Camp Store, complete with a Train Station & Caboose. A detailed list of camp store items will be sent upon registration. Campers visit the camp store at regularly scheduled times throughout the session. All camp store money must be deposited prior to the start of camp. These funds will be put into an account for your child at the camp store. No camper should bring money with them to camp.
Refunds & Policies
Camp fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. In the event of a medical cancellation, $10 of the deposit will be kept as a registration service fee. There is a $20 charge for any non-sufficient checks. There is no pro-rated fee for campers arriving after the start of the session or leaving before its completion. There is a $10 fee for any change after registration. Hiram House is not responsible for loss or damage to any camper's property during the camping season.
Early registration begins for returning campers on September 23. Open registration begins November 18. You can register online after creating an account.
Hiram House Philosophy
Hiram House Camp aims to give children a healthy wholesome, stimulating experience in the out-of-door through living, playing, and cooperating in the beautiful environment of our natural woods. Camp aims to give children an appreciation of the American way of life by actually introducing campers to some of the experiences of our ancestors, such as outdoor skills. At camp, we have character building through participation.