All in a Day’s Work – and Play
The learning and adventure begins the moment kids arrive at Camp Whitcomb/Mason for a day filled with fun, educational opportunities, recreational activities and leadership programs.
An Unforgettable Day Camp Experience
Campers spend their days engaged in activities and interactions that foster self-confidence, personal growth and discovery. Belonging to a community, new friendships and memorable experiences are just a few things campers gain while participating in:
Sample day camp schedule
Costs & fees
A one-week session is $220 per camper and includes a daily hot lunch, snack, program activities, supplies, staffing and an annual membership to Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee.
Deposit: $50 nonrefundable deposit per week
Daily Fee: $65 per camper
Week-long Session: Early Bird $205 before April 1 ($220 per week on and after April 1)
Optional Overnight Fee: $35/night
Extended care (5:30-6:30pm): $10/day
Optional Continental Breakfast: $4/day
Discounts: Discounts for siblings, first-time campers, and bringing a friend. Contact us at Whitcomb.Mason@bgcmilwaukee.org for more information.
What to bring for camp
Remember to pack these Day Camp essentials! Download the packing list (PDF)
“Every year I look forward to coming to camp. Some of my favorite things are all the people and all the options. I love to go swimming and going on the raft when it’s hot.”
- Trinity, age 12
Day Camp 2020 Dates & Themes
$220 Ages: 10+. First TikTok and Musical.ly, next the big screen! Campers will plan, design, record and release a Camp movie!
Week 2 Specialty Camp: Cute Cuddly CrittersBeing a kid is hard! During this specialty camp, campers will participate in programming devoted to pamper themselves. They will do their hair and nails, make beautiful jewelry, and participate in complex art projects. It will be a relaxing and self-focused week!
More Information$220 introduction week, $75 Subsequent Weeks. Ages 14-17. Campers must attend Camp June 15-19 for an introduction week. Upon completion of this week, CITs are encouraged to register for camp as their schedule allows. Campers who are 17 years old should contact the Camp office at (262) 538-1190 before registering.
Week 3 Specialty Camp: Cooking Camp$220. In the oven or over the fire, we will be cooking up a storm with ingredients familiar and unknown.
Week 4 Specialty Camp: Unicorns, Llamas and Princesses$220. Glitter, bows and fluffy things. We’ll be treating ourselves like princesses and visiting fairy lands. Field trip included.
More InformationCampers will work with Stillwater Diving’s experienced instructors to obtain their open water SCUBA certification, all while under CWM superior supervision. Campers will join typical camp programming for lunch, and camp games when not blowing bubbles under the water.
Registration for SCUBA camp does not guarantee certification. Campers must complete about 10 hours of book work prior to the start of class. Campers must demonstrate a clear health history, be able to swim 200 meters without stopping, tread water for 10 minutes and demonstrate SCUBA related competency taught in the class. Students must provide their own swim suit, towel. A mask, snorkel and fins must be purchased from Stillwater Diving LLC prior to the start of class, Stillwater Diving will provide all other necessary equipment. Camper parents will need to complete multiple health histories for the business purposes of Camp Whitcomb/Mason and Stillwater Diving