Day Camp


Camp Cory’s Day Camp program runs weekly from Monday through Friday. Activities are scheduled from 9:00 AM - 4:15 PM with extended care offered at no additional cost in the morning, starting at 7 AM and in the evening until 6 PM. Day Campers are divided based on age into four core groups and supervised by 2 counselors per group. Day Camp is offered to campers ages 5-13. Pick-up and drop-off occurs at the Pavilion (near the tennis courts).

Dates and Rates

Session 1: June 27 - July 2

Session 2: July 4 - 8

Session 3: July 11 - 15

Session 4: July 18 - 22

Session 5: July 25 - 29

Session 6: August 1 - 5

Session 7: August 8 - 12

Session 8: August 15 - 19

Cost: $200 per session

Enrollment in multiple sessions merits additional discounts

Daily Life.

Day Camp Schedule
Block Party: Extended morning care offers a variety of activities for campers to roam between–whether they prefer to begin their morning with a bang by playing tennis or four square, or they prefer to take it slow with legos or board games.
Morning Meeting: Each morning, the Day Camp Director gets campers excited for the day ahead with cheers, songs and a schedule of the day to come.
Kickin’ It With Your Core Group:
Waterfront Time: Campers will all take a Swim Lesson for one hour a day. The rest of their time will be rotated between Sailing, Canoeing and Kayaking.
Lunch: Campers will eat lunch with their core group or with sets of campers with similar week goals as themselves. Campers may opt for our Healthy Lunches program. Cost is $30 and pre-registration is required.
High Ropes, Archery & Bounce Pillow
Party Hour! Monday morning, campers (with their parents) will choose two 45 minute blocks for each day of the week. These will be the party hour activities they participate in. These activities could be a challenging athletics game, outdoor survival activities or something involving drama and art.
Store and Extended Care:

Our Focus

Camp Cory’s Day Camp program is undergoing some big changes. In our Day Camp programs we will focus on three major factors: Relationships, Achievement, and Belonging. Through drawing focus on these three ideas, individual campers will have a meaningful experience at camp. They’ll build lasting relationships with peers and mentors, they’ll set goals and experience personal achievement, and will find a home at camp where they can be their best selves. By implementing these programmatic changes, the individual camper and group experiences will be meaningful and lead to more fulfilling daily lives.

Day Camp Photos

Check out our Day Campers enjoying their time at Camp!

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Events Calendar

Camp Cory at 41st Annual Sparkle

December 05, 2015

Come see the Camp Cory Staff at the 41st Annual sparkle in Corning’s Gaffer District. The festival will offer fireworks, horse and carriage rides, shopping […]

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Dec 12 2015

Camp Cory at Deck the Town, College Town Rochester

Join the Camp Cory team at Deck the Town, where holiday festivities include horse drawn wagon rides, a hot chocolate bar, cookie decorating, a gingerbread […]

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