Montgomery Village Summer Camps provide area youth with a great summer experience, participating in exciting activities, arts and crafts, field trips and guest visitors. With convenient 1 and 2 week sessions, as well as extended care options, they also provide parents with peace of mind, knowing their kids are taken care of all day long. MVF Summer Camps offer a range of activities for children ages 4 to early teens.
“Our family is very pleased with MV summer camp. My son was NEVER ready to leave when I picked him up. The staff was ALWAYS involved with the kids. They were fantastic!”
Payment Plans Available!
Visit the MVF Office, 10120 Apple Ridge Road, or call 301-948-0110 for details.
PLEASE NOTE: Camp forms must be filled out and returned to the MVF Office. Information can be entered into the forms electronically, but must either be saved and e-mailed or printed and turned into the MVF Office.
Camp Tiny Feet (ages 3 yrs 9 mos to 6)
NEW! one half hour longer each day!
Camp Tiny Feet provides an exciting opportunity for growth through friendship, fitness and exploration in a safe and secure environment. Each two-week session will feature one visiting performer or extra special activity, along with a variety of activities including themed games, crafts and plenty of outdoor play. Camp also includes swim lessons, taught four days a week, weather permitting. Here at Camp Tiny Feet our ultimate goal is to promote a healthy lifestyle while having fun and making new friends! Campers bring their own lunch. Children must be toilet trained to participate.
9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Whetstone Community Center
19140 Brooke Grove Court.
Camp Soaring Stars (ages 6 to 8)
NEW! reduced prices & 9 weeks of camp!
Your child will have an amazing experience at Camp Soaring Stars this summer. Campers will enjoy swimming, walking trips to Ed DeSimon Park, tennis activities, active games, special visitors and field trips. Our camper-to-counselor ratio gives campers the benefit of individual and small group attention. Each camper will receive one T-shirt. Campers must bring their own non-perishable lunch each day along with closed-toe shoes designed for active play. All fees for field trips are included with registration. Field trip destinations are subject to change.
Camp Racing Wind (ages 9 to 12)
NEW! reduced prices & 9 weeks of camp!
Camp Racing Wind provides an exciting opportunity for your child to experience all the fun summer has to offer. Campers will enjoy swimming, walking trips to Ed DeSimon Park, various sport activities, arts and crafts, special visitors and field trips. Campers will develop friendships through challenging activities and special events. Each camper will receive one T-shirt. Campers must bring their own non-perishable lunch each day along with closed-toe shoes designed for active play. All fees for field trips are included with registration; Field trip destinations are subject to change.
Summer Activity Centers/Clubs
North Creek Summer Activity Center
NEW! extended hours for full day program!
Children ages 6 to 13 love this flexible alternative to camp! Led by enthusiastic director Eddie Lathan, North Creek Summer Activity Center provides a variety of activities including art projects, ping pong, air hockey, playground play and group games both indoors and outdoors. New this year is the opportunity for weekly nature center visits and activities. In addition to special activities, like pizza parties and a big end-of-year extravaganza, the program will also host a guest performer and enjoy a field trip. Program participants are encouraged to partake in daily bagged lunches provided by the Summer Meals Program, funded by the Department of Agriculture and the Maryland State Department of Education. Children participating in the North Creek Summer Activity Center are welcome to stay for the entirety of the program, but do have the freedom to leave the premises at any time with permission from a parent/guardian.
Advance registration is required.
Specialty Camps & Programs
MVF is now offering a host of specialty camps and summer programs for Village youth of varying ages. Choose from Lego, Tiny Chefs and Abrakadoodle. Times and dates vary - some are during the summer season, and others help fill the gap between the end of camp season and the beginning of school in late August. Click below for all the details and registration!
Volunteering as a Counselor-In-Training (CIT) at a summer day camp or as an aide at swim lessons is a great way for adolescents and young adults to develop new skills, make new friends, fulfill the Student Service Learning (SSL) requirement and even help shape their ideas about goals for the future.
Each summer the Montgomery Village Foundation Department of Recreation, Parks and Culture operates a CIT program in conjunction with our three day camps (Tiny Feet, Soaring Stars and Racing Wind). Successful candidates must be 14 years old on the first day of each session to volunteer. It is preferred that CITs are 15 years of age or older to volunteer at Racing Wind.
To be considered for a CIT position, candidates must submit an application by Wednesday, April 26. Eligible candidates will be invited to a group interview in May. If selected, CITs will attend a mandatory training before camp is scheduled to begin and make a minimum commitment of at least three days per week during each session that they participate. Participants are responsible for completing the required paperwork with their schools if they wish to obtain SSL hours.
Space is limited, and the positions fill up quickly. For additional information, contact Melanie Maggi at 240-243-2338 or e-mail email@example.com.
Fees are per person, per session and are due by the Wednesday before assigned session begins.
- Camp Tiny Feet – $25/Resident, $35/Non-resident
- Camp Soaring Stars – $55/Resident, $65/Non-resident
- Camp Racing Wind – $55/Resident, $65/Non-resident
Volunteering as a Leader-In-Training (LIT) at North Creek Summer Activity Center or Whetstone Summer Club is a great way for adolescents and young adults to develop new skills, make new friends, fulfill the Student Service Learning (SSL) requirement and help shape their ideas about goals for the future. LITs must be 14 or older to volunteer in this program. All LITs are required to submit an application before being permitted to volunteer at the summer program. Limited space available.
A one-time fee per person is required to volunteer as a Leader-In-Training at the North Creek Summer Activity Center or Whetstone Summer Club.
- $45/Resident, $55/Non-resident
For additional information, contact Melanie Maggi at 240-243-2338 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Camp Employment Opportunities
MVF Day Camps offer an exciting work environment for energetic kid-friendly people.
- Camp Director (21+)
- Camp Assistant Director (18+)
- Camp Counselor (16+)
- Substitute Counselor (16+)
- Lifeguard (15+)
- Swim Instructor (15+)
- Dock Manager (18+)
- Dock Assistant Manager (18+)
- Youth Corps (14 to 16)