Greenway Summer Camps
2019 summer camp registration opens January 8! In 2018, nearly 5,000 campers came through Greenway camp programs and experienced a summer getting close to nature, whether it be by fishing in the Greenway lakes, taking to the trails on mountain bikes, splashing in the creek, sharpening their archery skills, or getting competitive in the Gaga Pit.
For more than 15 years, the Greenway has offered summer camps to local children of all ages and interests. The Greenway provides 2,100 acres of preserved land to hike, bike, fish, and kayak your way to a summer full of exploration and adventure. Greenway Summer Camps allow kids an opportunity to put down the gadgets, get outside, and explore something awesome – the great outdoors!
Our most popular Greenway camp is the ACA-accredited Adventure Seekers program geared toward ages six to fourteen. This camp welcomed over 1,000 kids this past summer, providing a wide array of outdoor experiences, including kayaking, fire-building, fishing, archery, fort building, mountain biking, hiking stream stomping, geocaching and more.
Other popular camps include the Tiny Timbers (ages three to four) & Little Critters (ages five to six), which offer similar activities as Adventure Seekers but to a younger audience, as well as FLYERS full-day camps (rising 1st to 6th graders, takes place in Fort Mill Elementary Schools) and Equestrian Camps (ages eight to 14). From hikes to horseback rides, to swimming and stream stomping, to creativity and character development, take advantage of camp programs for ages three to 16, offering a variety of unique outdoor experiences for all ages and interests.