Camp Pinehurst Special Needs Camp
COVID-19 Notice (updated Tuesday, March 24 at 12:30 p.m.): All programs are suspended until further notice. For more information, click here.
Camp Pinehurst is a summer camp with an emphasis on special needs youth. Campers work on socialization skills, physical activities, team building and special activities.
Each participant is separated into age/ability settings to maximize their enjoyment and success in the program. The program is run by highly trained staff with years of experience in the field.
This year's theme is "The Great Outdoors!"
- Week 1 (July 1-2)
- Welcome Back
- Week 2 (July 6-9)
- Forest Safety
- Week 3 (July 13-16)
- Splish Splash
- Week 4 (July 20-23)
- Starry Nights
- Week 5 (July 27-30)
- River Life
- Week 6 (Aug. 3-6)
- Eastern Shore the Great
At this time all registration packets and scholarship applications are available online only. Once parents have fully completed ALL paperwork, they should email packets to Tarrah Cava: firstname.lastname@example.org for review. Once reviewed and deemed complete, Tarrah Cava will contact the parent(s) individually with payment instructions.
- Age Group(s): Boys and girls ages 5-21
- Date(s): July 1, 2020-Aug. 6, 2020
- Time(s): Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
- Location(s): Pinehurst Elementary School
- Registration Dates: April 10, 2020-May 22, 2020
- Program Fee(s): $400 per participant (nonrefundable)
- Contact: Tarrah Cava, program director: 410-548-4900 x109, email@example.com; Dorsey Cook, camp director: firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional Details: Transportation is available to Wicomico County residents.
Payment in full is due up front by the deadline date of: May 22
Purchase of Care is accepted. Need-based scholarships are available. Scholarship applications will be accepted April 10-June 1. Awarded applicants will be notified by no later than June 5 and must sign an acceptance letter and register in-person at the box office.
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