About Our Camp
Oak Tree Camps has been successfully providing a summer of safe, age-appropriate, and memorable experiences for children for nearly 10 years. We have been pleased to be able to serve our community. In 2020 life came grinding to a halt for most, if not all of us. We are grateful to those of you who are returning. We have every intention of continuing to care for your children with the same concern, interest, and energy for many more summers to come.
The success of our program is based, in part, on:
High standards of care for your children
High expectations and training of our staff and counselors
Attention to detail and placing your whole childs well being as our priority
Expectation and standards of learning through play that make sure standout from the rest.
Oak Tree is a family. The well-being of your children, both physically as well as emotionally, continues to be our number one priority.
Mission & Vision
Our mission is to meet the diverse and ever-expanding interests and recreational needs of our campers. Because our emphasis is on learning through play, personal achievement and skill attainment rather than on competition alone, campers of every age and skill level are made to feel comfortable and successful.
Designed to expose students to a wide variety of skills, topics, occupations, hobbies, and events that would not be covered in a traditional classroom setting. Hands-on experiences can involve the following: Contacting speakers, arranging special demonstrations, possible field trips, and/or performances, using varied materials such as videos, print and non-print media.
THE OAK TREE ENRICHMENT TRIAD MODEL
Campers assume the role of the first-hand inquirer. The goals of these type activities include the following: Providing opportunities to apply interests, knowledge, creative ideas, and short term commitment to a specific activity. Campers are given the opportunity to develop self-directed learning skills in the areas of planning, organization, decision-making, self-evaluation, and team building .
Promote the development of thinking and feeling processes such as: Creative thinking, problem solving, and critical thinking skills. Campers are introduced to a wide variety of topics and expand upon their non-verbal, oral, and visual communication.