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Camp Fees & Registration Fees

​FULL WEEK - Our camp fees are $200 per camper per week.
SHORT WEEK - July 5-8
Our camp fees are $175 per camper.

HALF WEEK - We offer a 3-day a week option for $150 per camper per week.

Registration Fee: $45 per family

Upon registration, your 1st week's payment is due. 


Please fill out the on-line registration form. 
Payment is required to hold your child's spot.

Camp fees are due the Friday before the following week's camp.

Sweetwater Summer Day Camp will not be open this Summer 2024.

We hope to reopen next year!

For more information,

Contact us at

Summer Day Camp kids swimming pool fun

Camp Hours

Our camp days start at 9am and end at 3pm.


Before Care
Drop off starts at 7:30am. The Before Care additional fee is $6.00 per morning.


After Care
After care ends at 6:00pm. The After Care additional fee is $6.00 per hour or $65.00 per week, payable at the end of the week. 


Late fee is $6 per every 5 minutes.

Lunch & Snacks

Pizza is available on Fridays for $5.00. 
Please have your camper bring lunch the other days.

We will offer afternoon snacks to be purchased each day, ranging from $1.00 to $2.00 each.

Eating Watermelon

Each week has a theme that carries over through the week's activities

About Sweetwater Summer Day Camp
We were established in 1983 as a summer camp program sponsored by the Episcopal Church of the Resurrection and open to the community. Our programs are designed for children ranging in age from PreK (4 years old) to entering Sixth Grade.


Daily activities include art, music, science explorations, swimming, canoeing and P.E. All activities take place in our air-conditioned facility as well as on the grounds of our tree-shaded 10-acre campus right on Lake Brantley.


Our Staff

The SSDC staff is dedicated to ensuring the children are provided with a fun-filled, positive environment. All staff members are carefully screened including a required criminal background check. We have staff members who are CPR certified.


Camp Groups

Campers are divided by age and grade with a low ratio of campers to staff counselors. Under the guidance of their counselors, children form a cohesive unit and learn the value of friendship and teamwork. Action-packed fun is designed to give them a memorable summer and allow them to build friendships that will last a lifetime.

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