Wanderers Teen Camp
The Wanderers Teen Camp is a great place for teens that enjoy making friends and want lots of activity. Each summer The Wanderers engage in a variety of activities such as producing their own talent show, visiting local soup kitchens, swimming, and having a video game tournament. The campers enjoy weekly local field trips as well as 4 BIG field trips. Examples of previous BIG trips include: Lake Lanier Water Park, Carowinds, Six Flags and the National Whitewater Center in Charlotte, NC. All field trips are included in the cost of camp.
June 9 – Aug. 15 (No camp July 4th) .
7:30am – 6:00pm daily
Pavilion Recreation Complex (In-Line Rink).
Boys & Girls ages 12 – 14
Entering grades 7th – 9th
Registration will open for returning campers on February 3rd, 2014.
Registration will open for the public on March 3rd, 2014.
Click to view our Camp Guide 14 for information on prices, dates and details.
Join us for our Parent/Camper Orientation at 7:00pm on June 5th.
For more information please contact Tarsha Small at 864-322-7529 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- $30 Registration Fee due at sign up ($36 non-resident)
- $130 per week ($160 non-resident)
- $145 week 10 ($180 non-resident)
To Register: 2014
You will submit your information and Registration Fee, as well as Deposits ($30) on each week you would like for your child to attend. You may also pay in full. (This option is not recommended if you are not sure of your child’s schedule for the summer.)
Register Online by Clicking the Button Below.
When registering on-line it is important to choose the registration fee as well as each week you would like your child’s name on the roll.
Hard Copy Registration:
If you are not registering online, please download, print, and complete the Fee Sheet and Waiver below. You may then visit the Pavilion front desk and submit your information and paperwork and payment in person.
Wanderers Teen Camp
Pavilion Recreation Complex
400 Scottswood Road
Taylors, SC 29687
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