As a kid, I loved Camp Combe. Now I want to make camp just as awesome for my campers!

– Camp Combe Junior Counselor

Service Corps, especially Habitat for Humanity, had a huge impact on my son!

– Parent of a 7th grade boy

My favorite thing in a whole entire world is Camp Combe.

Female camper, age 6

My child comes home more mature and responsible after every trip. How can so much growth happen in just one summer?

– Parent of 9th grade boy

This was our first summer and everything has been exactly as we
were told it would be...even better!

– Parent of an eight year old camper

I'm not sure how you do it, but I don't think my boys have ever been this excited about anything!

– Parent of two campers, age 7 & 9

My daughter loves camp so much she is disappointed on the weekend. "Camp Combe today?" is her first waking question!

– Parent of a six year old camper

This is a camp that celebrates kids being themselves. What could be better than that?

– Parent of a male camper, age 12

It’s hard to outgrow camp when it gets more fun every year! Your teen programs are perfect!

– Parent of an 8th grade girl

Camp Combe is the coolest place I have ever been.

Male camper, age 9

The energy! The care! The fun! Everything a kid could want.
I want to go to camp!

– Parent of an 11 yr old girl

This was my son’s first truly successful mainstream experience —we couldn’t be happier!

Parent of 8 yr old camper with Autism



(Trips to major cities in the northeast!)

Our Urban Adventurers take three day, two night trips to concrete jungles in the tri-state area, and sample a wide range of cultural activities including museums, shows, performances, and parks. Following a week of traditional day camp and team building, campers set out on a three-day, two night trip that allows them to use build their cultural understanding of cities nearby, and deepen new friendships in some of the most beautiful cities in the Northeast.

Urban Adventure campers will have the opportunity to attend a field trip to the Durland Scout Center on the Fridays of weeks 1, 3, 5 & 7. The Durland Permission slip is part of the online registration process and will need to be completed before attending. While at the Durland Scout Center they will have the opportunity to swim in the lake, boat, fish, and cook over a campfire.

Scroll down for more information about our many exciting
trip options, including several opportunities:


Activities: Museums, Cheesesteaks, & Tours!

Spend some time in Pennsylvania’s largest city. Run up the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, just like Rocky Balboa, see the Liberty Bell, visit the Constitution at Independence Hall, and visit one of the most historic cities in the United States!
Weeks 1-2 Trip Itinerary


Activities: Pirates, & Stadiums!

Let’s take a tour of remarkable downtown Baltimore! We’ll also stroll through Babe Ruth’s birthplace and Camden Yards, shiver some timbers with pirates, and investigate haunted historical buildings and learn the history of the city dubbed the “Greatest City in America.”
Weeks 3-4 Trip Itinerary


Activities: Harbors, Aquariums, & Baseball!

Our Boston trip tours the Boston Harbor by boat, observe street performers at the Faneuil Hall Market Place and experience the unique history of the city by tour. This trip promises to provide a safe and exciting introduction to the magic of city life.
Weeks 5-6 Trip Itinerary


Activities: Boating, Parks, & Broadway!

This excursion proves you don’t need breathtaking hikes and roaring rivers to have an adventure. The New York City trip will take in a Broadway show, circumnavigate the city and take a walk through Central Park.
Weeks 7-8 Trip Itinerary

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