Build a Camp Schedule
In order to build a camp schedule, you will want to think about your camp’s theme. Whether you choose an “Extra Themey” theme, a “Half Themey” theme, or even a “No Theme” theme, you will want to decide this before working on the rest of your day-to-day camp schedule. Not sure how to go about choosing a theme for your camp? Check out our camp theme resources page.
In order to build a camp schedule, you need to know how long your camp session is. This might be the most obvious step when building your camp schedule; nonetheless, it is important to not overlook this detail. Is your camp a weeklong? Does it last all summer? If it lasts all summer, do the same group of campers return from week to week, or do you have a new group of campers each week? Think about your camp session from start to end in terms of the campers themselves who are experiencing it.
Tips for Building Your Schedule
Sample Camp Schedule
The sample camp schedule below was created for a weeklong, overnight, co-ed summer camp with approximately 100 campers aged 8-17.