Belle Meade Day Camp 2014
For boys and girls ages 6-13
2014 open houses will be on Sunday, April 13, 1-3 and Sunday, May 4, 1-3
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Click on the images below to watch our Summer Camp Promotional Video!
Belle Meade Camp is located on our 138-acre farm with streams, meadows, forests, mountains, and a pond. In addition to the beautiful natural setting, camp facilities include a swimming pool, a pond, and a pavilion. A variety of activities both instructional and exploratory are part of each day:
- swimming instruction
- recreational swimming
- excursions / nature hikes
- pond activities, canoeing
- informal sports
- writing, drawing, games
- arts and crafts
- stories and singing
The purpose of Belle Meade Camp is to provide a supportive, nurturing environment with a balance between instruction and discovery/exploration. At Belle Meade, we believe that everyone learns and develops best in an atmosphere that respects each individual and encourages initiative, curiosity, and imagination. Respect for oneself, for others, and for the beautiful natural environment is a basic tenet of our camp. We encourage each individual to assume responsibility for his/her learning and behavior.
About Camp Directors
Susan Hoffman, Ed.D., has four decades of experience as a teacher. She has three grown children and five grandchildren. Mike Biniek, B.S. in Biology, is a life-long student of nature and wildlife. Camp staff includes other counselors.
2014 Camp Sessions
I June 9 - 20
II June 23 - July 4
III July 7-18
IV July 21 - August 1
V August 4 - 15
Tuition for a two-week session is $375 ($350 for additional siblings in the same session).
Tuition includes daily transportation. Scholarship assistance is available. Prospective campers and parents are invited to visit Belle Meade. For more information, please call Susan Hoffman at (540) 987-9748. To register, complete the enrollment form and sign medical release and waiver on the back. Include $50 non-refundable registration fee payable to Belle Meade Camp with each application. Fee will be credited toward tuition. Returned check fee is $25.
Campers are picked up at several locations (Amissville, Washington, Sperryville, Madison, Culpeper) between 8:30 and 8:45 a.m. and dropped off between 3:00 and 3:15 p.m. The second Thursday of each session is a cook-out and an over-night. Parents are encouraged to visit camp Friday morning. Camp ends at 11:00 a.m.