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Summer Camp

We are very excited to announce that our summer camp will be returning for the 2024 summer.  Camp for ages 4-13 will run from 6/24– 8/16 daily from 8 AM – 5PM.  Registration is open.   There are 6-week & 8-week options available.

Please do not create a new account if you forgot your login info.

8 Week Summer Camp Program

Resident: $1,325 per camper – Resident rate applies to Lower Southampton Township residents ONLY.

Non-Resident: $1,560 per camper

6 Week Summer Camp Program

Resident: $1,150 per camper – Resident rate applies to Lower Southampton Township residents ONLY.

Non-Resident: $1,350 per camper

Deposit is $100 per camper upon registration.  Balance is due 5/1/2024.  You MUST call the office to have any discounts applied to your account after registering.

  • Multi-Child Discount Available


Dolphin Municipal Park
260 W. Bristol Road
Feasterville, PA 19053


Dolphin Municipal Park
260 W. Bristol Road
Feasterville, PA 19053

Our Counselors In Training Program is the first step for a paid, summer job as a Summer Camp Counselor.  Hours are 20 per week.  Limited space available.  If interested, email Walt Mulholland at

When: Monday through Friday, beginning Monday, June 24th – August 16th from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Groups: (Camp located in Feasterville, PA 19053)

Dolphin Location (Ages 4-13 only) @ Dolphin Swim Club, 260 W. Bristol Road

Important Dates: There will be no camp on Thursday, July 4th.

Illness: Lower Southampton Township cannot provide care for sick children. Please do not send your child to camp if s/he feels ill. We ask that you keep your child home if the following symptoms occur:

  • COVID symptoms
  • Fever within 24 hours
  • Vomiting, Diarrhea
  • Contagious or Unidentifiable Rashes
  • Congestion with Sneezing, Nasal Drainage and Coughing
  • Ear, Eye, Throat Infections-Unless on Antibiotics for 24 hours
  • Nits and/or Head Lice

We are concerned about the health and welfare of each child. In the event that s/he becomes ill or injured, you will be contacted immediately and required to pick up your child as soon as possible. Please be sure information on the Emergency Form is completed, accurate, and up to date. It is not necessary to notify camp directors of your child’s absence unless s/he will be out 3 days or more.

Safety: Please have photo ID ready when picking up children.  If someone other than the pickup names you’ve provided is picking up your child, you must alert the camp director.

Policy on Behavior: Please refer to registration packet discipline policy for additional information

Drop Off/Pick Up Policies: We have scheduled drop off between 8am and 9am. If dropping off after 9am, please make sure your child gets to their assigned group wherever it is located at the camp facility. Pick up is scheduled between 4pm and 5:00 PM. If you’d like to pick up your child earlier than 4:00 PM, please notify their counselor so s/he can be ready at the appropriate time. Late pick up incurs a $20 fee for each 15 minute period after 5:00 PM; this fee should be paid directly to the counselor waiting with your child.

What to wear to camp: Comfortable lightweight clothing with a bathing suit or clothes that can get wet underneath, sunscreen, and closed-toe shoes daily. Sunscreen must be applied before arriving to camp (reapplication is scheduled at regular intervals throughout the day). All items should be labeled with your child’s name. Be sure to submit the sunscreen permission slip with your registration packet so your child is protected from the sun. Please be sure the sunscreen has been tested on your child at home several times before using it for camp.

Lunch/Snack:  Campers will need to bring snacks, lunch (no refrigeration provided), and water bottles. We encourage campers not to share their food with other campers due to food allergies. It is also important to bring enough water daily and to avoid bringing soda or juice, which attract bees and insects.  *Ice Packs and freezer bags are suggested for keeping lunches cold*

Personal Items: All personal items must be labeled with your child’s name on it and kept in his/her bag. Lower Southampton Township will not be responsible for lost, damaged or stolen items. It is best to keep electronics, toys, and other valuable items at home.

Lost and FoundAll items found on the playground or in the building are placed outside the office where they are stored. Eyeglasses, lost money, or jewelry is given to the camp director. Please have your child check the lost and found containers if s/he has lost anything.  You are required to put your child’s name on lunch boxes, jackets, and personal items etc. to avoid confusion. At the end of each week of camp, a considerable amount of good clothing, towels, and lunch boxes have accumulated.

Food allergiesWe must do all we can to provide our campers with a safe environment. In an effort to allow all campers to participate fully in all camp activities, we ask that you do not send in any food for snacks or meals that may contain seafood, peanuts, or peanut oil, but if you do, please label the outside of the container as containing seafood or peanuts. We will reserve  allergy-free areas when campers eat lunch. Children without allergies may sit with friends only if they do not have any items in their lunch that contains seafood, peanuts, or peanut oil.

Activities/Theme Weeks: Activities include field trips, arts and crafts, special guests, sports and so much more! Theme weeks this year are:         

Sports Week

The Great Outdoors

Splish Splash

Super Heroes

Holiday Hoopla

Trips: All campers will receive a camp t-shirt that must be worn on field trips.

What does my child do all day?
The schedule will rotate daily. We also distribute bulletins at the end of every week to keep campers and their parents aware of upcoming events and any announcements, as well as, post weekly on Facebook.  Children will enjoy games, crafts, parties, and more with their friends.

What about days with inclement weather?
Our camp has access to indoor/covered facility to keep campers safe and out of rain or extreme heat. On indoor days, we often watch a G-rated movie. We also play indoor activities like board/card games and arts & crafts.

Do you provide before or after care?
Unfortunately not. Our earliest drop off is 8am and our latest pickup is 5:00 PM. There is a fee charged for late pickups.

Who is in charge of my child?
We keep all our camper-to-counselor ratios below 10:1. Depending on the age range, it may be as low as 5:1. A large portion of our counselors are high school upperclassmen or college students. Our camp has a director, who is often a teacher or involved in education. We appoint our most experienced counselors as head counselors, who are in charge of coordinating the junior counselors and keeping the counselors on schedule.

How are your counselors trained and screened?
All of our counselors are CPR/AED/First Aid certified. They also complete state police background checks and federal child abuse clearances each year. Before the camp season begins, our counselors attend an orientation that covers mandated reporting, bullying awareness and management, and child safety.


How can I get in contact with a counselor in case of emergency?
The camp director has a cell phone that is on their person at all times during camp hours. These phone numbers are distributed at the beginning of the camp season. In addition, we have the central office contact and the Parks and Recreation director.


Are the field trips included in the regular fee?
Yes, they are! Our camp will go on at least 7 field trips over the course of the summer. On field trip days, we provide transportation from camp to the trip and back again.

For over 30 years we have been providing an engaging and safe Summer Camp for your children. Our camps provide fun, structured programming to keep kids ages 4+ active all summer long.

We provide a summer camp where all kids can find activities that they love. We want to have an environment where campers can learn new things, while feeling safe and successful.

Lower Southampton Township Summer Camp requires the following for ALL staff :
• Satisfactory Criminal Back Ground Check
• Current CPR Certification
• Satisfactory Child Abuse Clearance
• Federal Criminal History with Fingerprinting. A full set of fingerprints submitted to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
• Satisfactory Completion of Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting Training
• Satisfactory Employee Orientation with the Lower Southampton Township Parks & Recreation Department and The Lower Southampton Township Police Department
• Counselors must be at least 15 years old, currently be in high school, and have proven experience working with children
• Required skills include communication, a positive attitude, motivation, ability to follow instructions, professional appearance and manner, ability to engage children and provide age-appropriate supervision, and ability to work with a diverse team of campers, volunteers, and staff.

You can now use your Member Name and Password to browse and register for programs offered by Lower Southampton Township.  You will be able to save this information to be used year after year with just a few updates performed by you at your own convenience!   You do NOT need to fill out an additional registration packet if registering online.

You are now able to add up to two (2) different emails for notifications and updates as well as sign up for Text Alerts.  Do not worry, we will not use your email or phone number for any other reason than to notify you about updates or events for the program you are actively registered in.

Once you go through the process and you are ready to check out, but want to pay using our payment plan, you MUST CLICK PAY LATER.  Once you click that, within 24 hours (during business hours) you will receive an email with an invoice for our payment plan.

How to add a family member (camper or additional participant) to your account:

  1. Log into your account using your username and password
  1. Click “Add Household Member”:

On the Household Member page, you will need to fill out everything IN FULL with all of the information that we will need to care for you or your camper.

You MUST fill out ALL emergency contact information including phone numbers of where the contact can be reached.  We always suggest a mobile phone number.

***If you are the emergency contact, you must put your full name, not the word SELF***

  1. Member Note :

Please make sure you include any medical / emotional / psychological concern that would be helpful to our staff in caring for you or your child

*We cannot accommodate all grouping requests as this is based on age of camper at beginning of camp*  PLEASE DO NOT MAKE REQUESTS FOR GROUPS – THIS IS BASED ON AGE AT START OF CAMP.

****If you have multiple registrants, please repeat the steps and fill out all of the information for this additional participant or camper****

*****If your camper has a different last name, please make sure you make that correction as this box does prefill to the Head of Household*****

Please remember that once you have added your family members to your account, you will never need to do this again.

Now you are ready to add a Program!  Click “Program” and from here, you can select the category you are interested in.  Click “Register” and from here you can follow all of our prompts.

Additionally, you will be able to view a complete payment and registration history for everyone in your group and sent up a payment plan.  If you have any questions about how to use this service please contact Walt at 215.357.7300 ext. 316.