...is a long-standing Day Camp sponsored by UNH Campus Recreation for kids entering Grades 1-7.
Three Travel Week sessions are also open to students entering Grades 8 & 9.
2020 Dates/Sessions (subject to change):
Campers explore nature and the environment, participate in sports, learn new skills and crafts, make new friends, and have fun while being active outdoors!
Camp meets Monday - Friday from 8:15 am–4:15 pm. Extended care is also available for an additional fee.
Students entering Grades 8 & 9 can participate in Teen Travel Weeks.For the program website: Camp Wildcat
Kay Lewis is the Youth and Instructional Programs Coodinator within the UNH Department of Campus Recreation and is the Director of Camp Wildcat.
Who works at Camp Wildcat?
Camp Wildcat employs a diverse group of counselors with extensive experience working with children. Counselors are UNH undergraduate students majoring in education, early childhood, social work and other related areas of study. The camp staff is also comprised of teachers, graduate students and child care professionals.
What certifications are Camp Wildcat counselors required to obtain?
Camp Wildcat staff must be certified in CPR, First-Aid and AED. A basic water safety training is also included in staff training. Each employee must also pass a criminal background check through the State of New Hampshire prior to being offered a position. Staff must also complete an extensive week of training on emergency procedures, behavior and risk management.