Rest easy, parents! We made summer a breeze!
$190 weekly + a one time admissions fee of $50
(includes non-refundable $25 weekly deposit)
June 1 – Aug 13, 2021
Monday through Friday | 7:00am – 6:00pm
Pick-up and drop-off available any time during open hours.
Out of all of our amazing applicants, only 35% will be hired. We take our hiring process very seriously. Then all of our staff are extensively trained in childcare, abuse prevention, CPR and security procedures.
Our camp operates from 7:00am - 6:00pm, with pick up and drop off happening at the pace of your life! As a parent, you are free to pick up and drop off your child at any point during our operating hours! How convenient!
Campers can bring lunch from home or order one of our fabulous lunch options provided by The Cafe at Houston's First! Lunch selection can be made on the Parent Portal.
When your child is at Daycation, you can be confident they're having fun all day long in a safe, secure and friendly environment. Our onsite Health Officer is ready and available daily to care for any camper needs.
“Thank you for keeping this camp going and keeping everything healthy and safe. I cannot express my appreciation enough to every single staff member and leader. My kids are full of joy. They enjoy it so much...It is comforting to know that my kids are well-loved by others while I am away. All drop off and pick up staff are delightful every day. Kids tell me all the fun events during the day. My son often tells me the bible story as I have never heard of them before. You all are providing them physically, mentally, spiritually emotionally something I could not have imagined. Thank you.”
“I can not thank you and your staff enough for Daycation this year and the way the camp has been conducted with the utmost excellence!”
“ Daycation was a blessing that I want to record in my memory of blessings – this summer that seemed destined to be dull, unmemorable, and forgettable, Daycation rowed its boat along the streams that Jesus provided to make it through the stormy waters. Daycation struck out trusting Jesus to keep it going while many other activities closed. As many children stayed home and have only memories of days of video games, my children were able to go to Daycation when they could/wanted to and enjoy the company of friends.”