Trips at camp saginaw summer camp 2.jpg?ixlib=rails 2.1


At Saginaw, the campers have the opportunity to take numerous fun trips throughout the summer, and all of them are included in the camp tuition. Sometimes, the trips will just be their age group - and sometimes the whole camp will go! All tickets (and a meal for full-day trips) are included, but campers will want to bring some spending money to buy snacks or souvenirs.

Hershey Park

Alternating each summer between the first half and the second half, our campers enjoy all that Hershey Park has to offer. Hershey Park is packed with more than 70 attractions and an entire water park. Plus, there is a ton of chocolate to go around!

Dorney Park

Alternating each summer between the first half and the second half, our younger campers (Juniors and Inters) get to spend time in both Dorney Park and its large, attached water park Wildwater Kingdom. Giant roller coasters and great food options make this trip extra fun.

Six Flags Great Adventure

Our oldest campers (Seniors) enjoy a trip to Six Flags Great Adventure in New Jersey. This 475-acre park also includes a safari adventure in addition to its 60 other fun attractions. This trip also alternates each summer between the first half and second half.

Aberdeen Ironbirds baseball game - July 4th

The entire camp heads out to enjoy a minor league baseball game in Aberdeen, MD. At the end of the game, there is a spectacular fireworks display to celebrate Independence Day.

Whitewater rafting

Our campers entering 6th-8th grade take a whitewater rafting trip on the Lehigh River. With action packed rapids like Snaggletooth and Cookie Monster, this trip is a highlight for campers.


With the music turned up and bumpers up or down, our campers try to get a strike at our local bowling alley. Add in snacks and arcade games - and this is an especially popular trip with our younger campers.


We love getting to see the new summer blockbuster with our camp friends - with popcorn, of course!

Overnight campout

Campers are given the opportunity to experience outdoor camping at our overnight site. These nights begins with a trek past the lake through the Saginaw woods. Fire building, outdoor storytelling, and cooking over an open campfire are some of the adventures that build lasting skills and lifelong memories. After a snack of hot dogs and chips, campers make s’mores and tell stories before heading back to their tent. Campers drift off to sleep to sounds of crickets and owls and the occasional crack of the campfire.