Park Day Camp 

We are thrilled to offer campers in grades Pre-K-6 the authentic experiences that have made us a cherished camp for generations. Our program is designed to foster self-esteem, camaraderie and lots of fun! We have developed an engaging array of activities to appropriately challenge campers to grow inside and out.

Early Registration Promotion

Get in early at Park Day Camp before February 7, 2022 and you will receive a
5% discount on tuition.

Contact Camp Director, Mike Rubin at Mrube58@gmail.com or
(440) 543-8802 for more information.

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PDC Highlights for the Summer of 2022:

  • PDC Director Mike Rubin, Assistant Director, Joel Klein, Debbie Friedman and Shelby Goldstein will be BACK
    along with more counselors your kids will love!

  • Daily hot kosher lunches and snacks at no extra charge

  • Private pool with certified instructors for daily lessons and supervision

  • All at one campus – no busing to take part in sports, games, swimming, nature exploration, arts and crafts, creative play, music, special events and more!

  • Air-conditioned breaks inside the building during inclement weather and indoor bathrooms

  • Super organized, stress-free, safe and efficient drop-off and pick-up

  • Meaningful Jewish traditions and customs woven into the fabric of our rich camp community

  • CDC guidelines will be closely monitored and followed to safeguard the health and well-being of campers and staff


$50 Referral Bonus for
every family who signs up
and tells us you sent them!

Now Offering pre-K

We are SO EXCITED to announce that Park Day Camp is welcoming campers entering Pre-Kindergarten in the 2022-23 school year! Younger siblings can join in on the fun early, and parents can enjoy some extra time in the morning because they can drop off their children all in one location!


Feb 7, 2022

Pay your tuition in full to receive a 5% discount on tution.

April 11, 2022

A 10% surchage will be added to the tuition rates for any applications accepted after April 11.

June 1, 2022

Payment for tuition is due in full by June 1.

June 8, 2022

Any additional weeks added to any selection after June 8, 2022 there is an additional cost per child.

June 13, 2022

Park Day Camp is Officially Open!!


Camp takes place at our beautiful 28-acre campus, conveniently located in Pepper Pike. Parents rave about our super organized, stress-free drop-off and pick-up procedures – campers stay safe and parents love the quick and efficient process.



Our knowledgeable staff has many years of camp administration experience. Some of our supervisors have been at PDC for almost two decades! Our counselors are carefully selected to ensure the happiness and safety of our campers – many are former campers themselves. Numerous creative specialists are on board, as well as a staff nurse who is available throughout each day.



Hot Kosher lunches are prepared in our kitchen and served each day at no extra cost. A mid-afternoon snack is also provided.



Camp begins with morning circle, a time to reconnect with each other and direct our energy towards a new, exciting day. The day is spent on a variety of activities including sports, games, swimming, nature exploration, arts and crafts, creative play, music, special events and more!



Campers enjoy a PRIVATE Olympic-sized pool. Certified instructors conduct daily lessons and supervise all activities in our private pool. Each group has a morning swim instruction period and an afternoon free swim. Pool safety is very important at PDC.



Our sports program is skills-based, providing campers with a solid foundation for each activity. Campers enjoy tried-and-true team sports such as soccer and basketball as well as camp favorites like ultimate frisbee and battleball. Our goal is a positive, safe, confidence-building experience for everyone.



As part of our affiliation with The Park Synagogue, Jewish values and customs are woven into the fabric of our rich camp community. Campers participate in blessings at meals, a special Shabbat lunch each Friday, and other meaningful Jewish traditions.


Before care is available from 7:30 - 9:00 am

After care is available from 3:50 - 6:00 pm

$30/week for 1-3 mornings OR afternoons per week

$46/week for 4-5 mornings OR afternoons per week

See more information in the FAQ's.

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Frequently asked questions

Park Day Camp Glossary

Banquet - The final Friday of the summer the campers are treated to a special lunch. The counselors decorate the lunch tables as if it is a big “party.” (Campers ONLY) Blue and White Games - is a two and a half day activity where the camp is divided into two teams that compete in a wide variety of events such as sports, art, and music. Communication Folder – The best method for two-way communication between parents and Park Day Camp. Family Dinner & Service – is an opportunity for family to join us for a Shabbat Dinner followed by a camper led Shabbat Service. Late Night – is a special night where all campers have an opportunity to stay at camp until 7:00 pm and enjoy extra swimming, dinner, and activities built around a theme. Parent Contacts – The senior counselor will contact you via phone once during the summer. Please communicate any compliments or concerns you might have so we can provide a better service for you.

What are camp hours?

9:00 am - 3:50 pm, Monday through Friday There is no camp on Thursday, July 4

What is extended care?

Extended care is a non-structured before and/or after hours service offered in the morning from 7:30 to 9:00 am, and in the afternoon from 3:50 - 6:00 pm. Options: (Note that pricing is PER week and PER time period (morning OR afternoon).)

  • 1-3 mornings per week for $30 per week
  • 4-5 mornings per week for $46 per week
  • 1-3 afternoons per week for $30 per week
  • 4-5 afternoons per week for $46 per week
No individual days are available. No drop-ins allowed.

What should be packed for camp?

Below is a list of items we would like each child to keep at camp. Please clearly mark each item with your child’s first and last name. Please discourage your camper from bringing any extra items to camp (phone, iPod, the latest and greatest craze, etc.) as they are unnecessary and easily lost. Please be advised, all dietary foods must be kept in the nurse’s office, not by the individual camper.

  • Complete change of clothing (t-shirt, shorts, underwear, socks).
  • Your child should bring an additional suit and towel to camp every day.
  • Cap or hat.
  • Sunscreen. We strongly urge you to apply at home before camp each day.
  • Water shoes (if needed).
  • Blanket or large towel for rest times (Kindergarten only).