Camp Rock

Camp Rock Summer Day Camp

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Bloomington provide fun, educational camp options for Bloomington youth throughout the year. In addition to Camp Rock summer programs, Camp Rock offers Fall and Spring break programming in partnership with the Lincoln Street Unit.


Summer Camp

CLICK HERE for 2018 Camp Rock Parent Guide.

CLICK HERE for 2018 Camp Rock Sessions & Themes Information.

CLICK HERE  for the 2018 Camp Rock Calendar.

Camp Rock is an American Camp Association (ACA) Accredited day camp located on beautiful Lake Lemon in Unionville, IN. Camp Rock is a traditional outdoor day camp offering activities such as lakefront boating, swimming, arts, outdoor education, fishing and hiking. Campers also enjoy weekly themes and special field trips. Camp Rock serves campers entering grades 1-8 and offers a Counselor In Training (CIT) program for youth entering grades 9-12. The Club provides transportation between the Lincoln Street Unit and Camp Rock each day. Day camp programs operate between 7:30am-6:00pm. Drop off is 7:30-8:45am and pick up is 5:00-6:00pm. Camp facilities and second floor of the Lincoln Street Unit are not handicap accessible.  Campers must be current Club Members and pay the $20 annual membership fee.

Registration for Camp Rock summer day camp opens March 1st of every year and is hosted through CampWise registration software. CLICK HERE to be directed to the CampWise system for registration, camper profile management and online payment. Interested in program specifics?

Weekly session price will be $150/wk for 2018. This price is pro-rated for any sessions shorter than 5 days.

Scholarship applications are available through CampWise and applications will be available starting March 1st 2018. When applying for scholarship it is strongly encouraged that families pay the $35/deposit per session to hold a given session! Scholarship applications will be due March 23th 2018 and decisions will be made shortly after applications are due. However, many times camp sessions fill to capacity before scholarship awards are announced making it important to reserve a space for your camper by paying the $35 deposit upon submitting the scholarship application.  If in the event that a family does not receive a scholarship or the scholarship does not make camp financially possible, these deposits will be refunded.

For paper copies of registration, scholarship applications and required health form documents contact Camp Director, Jack Laskey or 812 287 7431 ext. 224. 


Fall & Spring Break Camps

During MCCSC Fall & Spring Breaks, Camp Rock offers full day camp programs in partnership with the Lincoln Street Unit. Fall & Spring Break camps offer morning excursions to Camp Rock on Mon/Wed/Fri including outdoor activities such as fishing, hiking, archery (ages 9+), boating and group games. On Tues/Thurs mornings, campers travel to various other local destinations for a field trip.

During the afternoon hours, campers enjoy activities at the Lincoln Street Unit that may include art, sports & games, technology, social recreation, group games, science exploration and special programs or visitors.

Fall & Spring Camps serve campers ages 6-13. Break camp programs operate between 8:00am-6:00pm. Drop off is 8:00-8:45am and pick up is 12:00-6:00pm. Camp facilities and second floor of the Lincoln Street Unit are not handicap accessible. 12:00-6:00pm afternoon program is FREE to current members. Daily fee for full day program is $15/ camper.  Campers must be current Club Members and pay the $20 annual membership fee.

Registration for Spring Break Camp can be picked up at the temporary Lincoln Unit at 1201 W. 3rd St. starting Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. 

For paper copies of registration and required health form documents contact Camp Director, Jack Laskey or 812 287 7431 ext. 224.

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