Since 1949 Decoma has been providing fun-filled summer vacations and lasting friendships. We offer several programs to fit your camping needs: 5 or 3 days a week--4 week minimum--choose any weeks. Lunch and transportation are included and extended care is available.
Decoma offers a vast program of activities geared to each child’s level of development. Basic skills are taught in numerous sports such as tennis, baseball, archery, basketball, fishing, gymnastics, soccer, golf, volleyball, and football, and even rock climbing. In addition to our regular programs Decoma offers specialty camps in Golf, Tennis, Sports, Dance, Tae Kwon Do and Horseback Riding.
Swimming is one of the most important facets of Decoma. The program follows the Red Cross “Learn to Swim” curriculum and swimming lessons are provided each day by qualified instructors. The Decoma Camper will be a complete swimmer, progressing from absolute beginner through the learning of various strokes, to the ultimate of diving and life saving.
Inside all children is the will to create. At Decoma they are guided and encouraged (start to finish) to develop craft projects such as candle dipping, jewelry making, tie-dying and many other endeavors. Additionally, other creative outlets such as drama and dance, martial arts (yes, it’s creative) are offered.
Each week of camping brings excitement and fun filled activities. Special events and theme days are fantastic—Rock ’n Roll Beach Party, Crazy Hat Day, Carnival Day, Olympic Day just to name a few. Green and White Games are always a favorite and team spirit runs high. An annual campers’ talent show is lots of fun, and the staff talent show gives everyone an opportunity to see how creative and talented their counselors can be. From the beginning of the camp season to its end, there’s something special going on.
The goal of Decoma Day Camp is that each child has a positive and meaningful summer vacation with emphasis on participation and fun. The program is designed to develop skills, enhance creativity, and most importantly build confidence and self esteem. There have been a great many changes since that first summer back in 1949, but most importantly, the Deutsch Family continues to provide boys and girls with fun-filled summer vacations and lasting friendships.