Dates and Fees
Please note registration is done by week. Once you have selected which weeks you will be attending you will then be able to choose your desired programming. If you have any questions along the way please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 631-907-5555.
Majors and Minors
|Week 1: July 1–July 5*||1 week: $1,650||1 week: $1,425|
|Week 2: July 8–July 12||2 weeks: $3,100||2 weeks: $2,650|
|Week 3: July 15–July 19||3 weeks: $4,350||3 weeks: $3,675|
|Week 4: July 22–July 26||4 weeks: $5,400||4 weeks: $4,500|
|Week 5: July 29–August 2||5 weeks: $6,200||5 weeks: $5,075|
|Week 6: August 5–August 9||6 weeks: $6,600||6 weeks: $5,250|
|Week 7: August 12–August 16||7 weeks: $6,825||7 weeks: $5,250|
|Week 8: August 19–August 23||8 weeks: $7,000||8 weeks: $5,200|
*Note: No camp July 4
We provide central location pick up stop for campers as they are the best place to safely drop off and pick up campers. SummerCamp@Ross does not provide car seats or booster seats. SummerCamp@Ross does not provide transportation for half day campers in the afternoon.
Montauk - Montauk Police Station
Amagansett - Amagansett Farmer's Market (Amber Waves Farmer's Market & Kitchen)
East Hampton - East Hampton High School
Southampton - Southampton Train Station
Watermill - The Watermill at Halsey Lane
Bridgehampton - KMART Parking Lot
Sag Harbor - Mashashimuet Park
NorthWest Woods & Springs Line:
Please email email@example.com directly for transportation in this area.
How do I contact Summer Camp @Ross?
The main phone number for Summer Camp @Ross is 631-907-5376. Additional contact information can be found on our Contact page.
When should I enroll my child?
Although signup continues throughout the summer, space is limited, so the earlier you enroll, the better chance there is that the program your child desires will still be open.
What does my child need to bring each day?
Campers should dress in the camp T-shirt and clothes that are suitable for a variety of activities, including games and sports. Campers in Surfing, Water Adventurers, and Sailing majors should wear their camp rashguards with their swimsuits. All campers should wear sneakers (please no open-toed shoes) and bring sunblock.
Is there a camp uniform?
Yes. Campers are required to wear camp T-shirts while at Summer Camp @Ross. Each camper receives one T-shirt with registration; additional shirts may be purchased for $10 each.
How many counselors are in each group?
Our ratio of campers to counselors is 6:1
What are the camp hours?
Ages 6–14, full day: 8:45am–3:00pm; Drop-off: Great Hall, CWB; Pickup: Great Hall, CWB
Ages 6–14, half day: 8:45am–12:15pm; Drop-off: Great Hall, CWB; Pickup: Gandhi Hall, CWB
EC Creative Explorations: 9:00am–12:15pm; Drop-off and Pickup: High School Building (Building 1; first building on the right as you enter the campus on Goodfriend Drive)
Does the camp provide lunch?
The lunch program, for full-day campers only, is one of the highlights of Summer Camp @Ross. Visit the Café page for details.
Can I visit my child while he/she is at camp?
Yes, you can visit your child during the camp day. Please contact the camp staff to discuss when you would like to visit.
Are campers allowed to have their iPods and cell phones at camp?
Valuables should be left at home. Cell phones are permitted for emergency use only.
Interested in being a counselor? Apply today!
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