Welcome to Burgundy Farm Summer Day Camp! We are thrilled that you will be joining us this summer! Burgundy Farm Summer Day Camp’s primary goal is to provide a safe and friendly environment where campers can learn and have fun. During the summer, campers will participate in a variety of enriching camp activities that are designed to build confidence, promote investigation and problem solving, and be a lot of fun. Our trained professional staff of child educators and camp counselors will work with campers at their developmental levels to meet their particular needs. Campers will learn and grow throughout the summer while enjoying all the exciting activities our 26-acre campus has to offer.
We feel that we are partners with parents when it comes to campers having a successful summer, and therefore we want you to feel comfortable coming to us at any time with concerns or questions. You will find that the camp administration and staff are eager to help you, and if they cannot, they will find someone who can. We looking forward to hosting your camper(s) this summer, and are confident that we will have a lot of fun.
Other Burgundy Programs
Burgundy Farm Country Day School
Burgundy is a progressive independent day school in Alexandria, VA serving 283 students in grades JK through eighth. Burgundy was founded by parents in 1946 and became the first racially integrated school in the Commonwealth of Virginia in 1950. Burgundy provides an innovative, collaborative, diverse, and hands-on learning environment in which teachers, students, and parents engage together as partners. Burgundy’s nurturing, creative school culture cultivates a love of learning and teaches students how to learn. The school instills respect for diversity and teaches responsibility for self, for other people, and for the natural world. For more information about Burgundy, please visit our website www.burgundyfarm.org or call the Admissions Office at 703-842-0464.
Burgundy Center for Wildlife Studies
BCWS is a residential summer camp program in natural science at Cooper’s Cove in Capon Bridge, West Virginia. The Junior Program is for ages 8-10 and the Senior Program is for ages 11-15. The camper/counselor ratio is 2:1. For more information contact Michele McCabe, Camp Registrar, at 703-842-0470.