Our highly-qualified staff provide a safe and upbeat environment for our campers to take risks and learn something new everyday.


Whether it’s a trip to the Washington Monument or a lesson from our yoga instructor, our campers have many opportunities to pursue passions and discover new ones.


Sports, games, crafts, swimming-we have it all. Our campers will come and go away with a positive, memorable experience, and above all, we will show them just how fun learning can be!

Adventures on The Hill Quick Facts

Adventures on The Hill Summer Camp is a District of Columbia Public Schools Approved Program Partner

At Adventures on the Hill Summer Camp DC, we are all about making learning a fun, hands-on experience that children will remember for years to come. Our well-rounded curriculum lets campers explore their interests in STEM, sports, culture, health and wellness, and more. By providing a variety of interests, we encourage our campers to pursue their passions and dive head-first into their own learning.

  • Ages 3 yrs to 10 yrs
  • June 22nd – August 28th
  • 1 counselor to 8 campers
  • 1 – 2 Field trips per week
  • 8 – 10 Activities per day
  • Tuition includes all field trips and activities
  • Monday – Friday; 8am – 6pm
  • Snacks and Water provided

Our Newsletter / Blog

Air and Space Explorers: Week 4 @ Adventures on The Hill Summer Camp

During week 4: Air and Space Explores , we took a journey through space as we explored planes, stars, planets, and learn all about Mars. The children visited the Air and Space Museum this week, did a yoga session with Selene of Mindful Flow yoga,  had a pizza party, and did various special activities for…

Week 3: Animal Planet

The week started off with a super fun visit from Mary’s Go Round petting zoo to our camp site. The campers at Adventures on The Hill summer camp had a chance to pet, feed, and hug lamas, bunnies, goats, and a variety of other farm animals.

Let’s Plant Our Food Week: Juicing with Mr. Dan

Juiceislife came to visit Adventures on The Hill summer camp DC and teach our campers the importance of the vegetables we grow and the different ways we can consume them. This is all apart of Let’s Plant Our Food Week! The campers had an amazing experience juicing their plants with Mr. Dan of Juiceislife, a premier…

Field Trip to the U.S. Botanical Gardens

Yesterday we visited the U.S. Botanical Gardens. We used the Plant Passports (essentially scavenger hunts) to explore the Conservatory (indoor garden). We also explored the outdoor gardens (Native Plant/ Regional Garden)—there were lots of bees and butterflies to see. Additionally, Bartholdi Garden featured a fruit and veggie garden. The children got to explore, dig, plant,…

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2020 Camp Tuition & Fees

Camp tuition is $325/week for full day (Early bird pricing is available through 3/31) and $250/week half day (8:00am – 2:30pm). There is a non-refundable registration of $225 ($25 per week). The camp tuition is all-inclusive. All field trips, activities, and supplies are included.

The registration fee and camp tuition is due immediately upon registration to secure your child’s space within the program. All fees must be paid by and are refundable before June 1st. Payment plans may be available upon request.

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Registration Checklist

There is a summer camp registration checklist below to insure you do not miss a step:

  • Register and submit your registration fee beginning in Feb.
  • Submit camp tuition balance & review welcome letter by April.
  • Return required health & camp forms via email by May 31st.
  • Report to campsite location on June 22nd.
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