Overnight Camp In PA

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Why Is Camp 7 Weeks Long? We offer various summer camp programs from 2 weeks up to a full 7 weeks for parents and children to choose from. Whether your child is a returning camper or a first-timer, we have a program that will be the perfect length for them to enjoy. At Camp Netimus, we understand that kids may need some time to adjust, so they may be homesick the first week but by the time camp is over they will not want to leave all of their new friends and fun daily schedule. What If My Child Gets Homesick … Read more

Affordable Sleepaway Camp In Pennsylvania

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Where Can I Find An Affordable Sleepaway Camp In Pennsylvania? Our team at Camp Netimus is dedicated to providing an affordable sleepaway camp in Pennsylvania that girls from New York, New Jersey, and Maryland will be excited to attend every summer. Camp Netimus is a girls summer camp in the Pocono Mountains that offers a fun and safe environment year after year. How Much Does Sleepaway Camp In Pennsylvania Cost? The cost of sleepaway camp in Pennsylvania varies for each camper. The cost of girls residential camp is based on specific factors including the number of sessions that campers will … Read more

Girls Summer Camp in Milford PA

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If you are looking for an a girls summer camp in Pennsylvania for your daughter to this summer then look no further than Camp Netimus. A well trusted camp with caring and enthusiastic staff, located in the beautiful hills of Pennsylvania in Milford, PA! At Camp Netimus, one of the top sleepaway camps for girls in Pennsylvania, there are endless activities and programs for your daughter to particiapte in. She will have more fun at camp than she has ever had before. Our girls sleepaway camp in Pennsylvania is the perfect place for your daughter to face her fears, meet new people and try new things. If you … Read more

About Us

Camp Netimus for Girls was founded by the Moore family of Philadelphia and named after an 18th century Delaware Indian chief. Netimus opened in 1930 with 16 campers and included among its facilities the lodge, four cabins, the “bingee” (the shared bathroom in the cabin grove), and one tennis court. Construction was begun on the dam for the lake, and later a second tennis court and the infirmary were built. More than 80 years later, Camp Netimus Sleepaway Camp for Girls has grown to 140 campers with the same philosophy that has allowed us to thrive all these years. As … Read more