Warning: Your child may have fun while learning something new at the Treehouse this summer! We take full responsibility if this happens and promise to let it happen summer after summer!



Week 1: Wild Wild West


June 27th - July 1nd

Come sit around the campfire and share stories with us about cowboys and cowgirls, outlaws, sheriffs, and the pony express! An action-packed week where we explore life in the wild west!


Week 2: If You Lived in the Olden Days

July 6th- 9th (NOTE: this camp runs Wed- Fri)
Can you imagine getting through each day without electricity? Running water? Cars? Cell Phones? This mini-camp let us do that!



Week 3: You're a Movie Star

July 11th-15th

But in order to be a movie star, we also need a screenwriter, and props, and sets, and a producer, and so much more! We'll discover all the jobs needed to make movies. And then we'll make our own movie!


Week 4: Running Wild! Test Your Survival Skills

July 18th-22nd
Are you the next Bear Grylls? We'll acquire skills to survive in a variety of settings, ranging from the wilderness to street smarts to some fun escape room style games!



Week 5: You're a Wizard, (Harry)!

July 26th -30th
Back by request! We haven't hosted a Harry Potter camp in a few years and kids have been asking! So back by popular demand is a fun-filled Harry Potter week for both new and old fans of the wonderful wizarding world!



Camp Information and Policies

Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis with your spot at camp reserved upon paid non-refundable deposit (25% of full price)

*Due to requirements for Covid-19, priority is given this year to full week campers. Registration for single days will be put on a wait list. If spots are not full one week prior, we will extend availability to families on the wait list.

Full day campers will bring their own lunch
(with permission from all parents, we may eat lunch outside on nice days)

All campers are invited to bring a small snack

All campers must be able to independently use the rest room

The Treehouse Reading and Arts Center reserves the right to cancel class if minimum enrollment is not met

Special Requirements due to Covid-19

All camps are limited to 12 campers
Campers will stay in their own 'space' throughout the day, and materials will not be shared
Treehouse staff is required to perform health/temperature checks each morning.
Campers may not bring toys or items from home
Campers may bring a book (please label name inside)

Week 6: Welcocme to the Jungle!

August 1st-5th

We'll take a trip to the colorful and noisy rainforest to learn about the plants, animals, and people who lived in the rainforest!


Week 7: Build a Bot

August 9th-13th
This stem-based camp will allow kids to invent, discuss, and even make a (small) working robot!



Week 8: Life in a Castle/span>

August 15th-19th
Would you be a knight, a jester, a King or Queen? What would life have been like living in a castle during medieval times? This is the week to find out!



Week 9: Art of Illustration and Bookbinding!

August 22nd-26th

This art-focused week of camp is all about making books, everything from illustrations and art styles to the actual process of putting books together! Every camper will go home with their own homemade book!


Week 10: Amazing Race

August 29th- September 2nd

Detours, roadblocks, international challenges! Modeled after the show, the Amazing Race, the kids will work together, read directions, and explore customs from other cultures as they tackle these Amazing race style challenges!



$200/week (or $50/daily) for full days (9am-2pm) $100/week (or $25/daily) for half days (9am - 11:30 am)


entering K (1/2 days only), entering 1st- 6th grade (1/2 or full days) New this year: Before (8am-9am) and After Hours (2pm-4pm) will be available, please comment in registration if this is an option you need and the additional hours anticipated.

Special Offers to Campers:

10% sibling discount will be offered when siblings attend the same camp
All campers will receive 10% off book purchases made during camp week
Campers who sign up for more than one week of camp will receive a free Treehouse t-shirt!

All camps are led by certified teachers. Our goal is to let kids have fun while exploring exciting topics. We read and talk about stories and engage kids with a variety of projects and activities each week. We keep a consistent routine and allow kids time to relax throughout the day. While fun and interesting, it is also an engaging educational environment.

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Or visit in person:
587 Main St Suite 304
(3rd Floor Fitness Mill Building)
New York Mills, NY 13417