A summer recreational program for special needs children ages 3-21 with physical, intellectual, developmental, and/or other health impairments. Camp Sunrise is sponsored by the Parks and Recreation Departments in the towns of Cromwell, Glastonbury, Newington, Rocky Hill and Wethersfield.
The Glastonbury Parks and Recreation Department directly organizes and oversees the camp. Camp runs for seven weeks from June 24-August 9 (depending on school snow days). Hours are 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday-Friday. The program will meet at the Naubuc School Cafeteria, 84 Griswold Street in Glastonbury. You may sign your child up for one to seven weeks. There will be no camp on Thursday, July 4.
Each group participates in a variety of activity periods each day which include games, sports, art and crafts, nature walks and field trips. A typical camp day consists of several planned activity periods throughout the day including sports, nature, arts and crafts and special events. Campers will swim at the Addison outdoor pool.
Camper fees: $129/week for special needs child; $159 for typical siblings
Transportation for Rocky Hill residents is provided to and from camp. The bus leaves from the circular driveway in front of Town Hall at 8:30am and returns approximately 3:30pm. There is a $25/week transportation fee.
REGISTRATION STARTS FEBRUARY 5. YOU NEED TO REGISTER WITH THE GLASTONBURY PARKS AND RECREATION DEPT. THE CAMP WILL USUALLY FILL UP BY APRIL.
SEE REGISTRATION INFORMATION AND PACKET BELOW.
For information on Camp Sunrise contact the Glastonbury Parks and Recreation Dept. at 860-652-7679.