Camp Curiosity

Get ready as Camp Curiosity makes its debut!

This reimagined program lets kids design, code, and publish games in the online world of ROBOLOX®, build a skateboard from scratch, explore cooking as an edible science, learn the art of circus performance, and so much more. Summer camp has never looked this good! Stay tuned as we finalize programs and dates.

Where can I find what camps are being offered?

All of our camps and schedules have been finalized and are available in a pdf format by clicking the Camp Schedules button to the right.

What’s new at Camp Curiosity?

EVERYTHING! The reimagined program will offer camps that will pique your child’s curiosity and put them in a position to have fun and learn at the same time. In addition, we will offer eight separate days of travel adventures where adults and kids will explore new places together. Perfect for a parent’s day off or a special day with a grandparent or sitter! Choose from adventures such as: American Girl Doll in NYC, Wolf Sanctuary of PA, LEGO Land in Philly, Kayaking & Paddleboarding, Ziplining, Scavenger Hunt at the Smithsonian and more!

Camp Curiosity - Camp Schedules
Camp Curiosity - Policies and Procedures

Who can register?

We have camps for all ages! From Pre-K to 9th grade, kids (and parents!) will find programs that intrigue and entertain.

When does registration open?

March 18th! This year CampDocs is handling all of our camp registrations and forms. Some of the camps are limited in space so you’ll want to register early.



Most of our camp instructors are HCPS teachers that serve our community students every day throughout the year.

Summer Camp Aides

Many of our camp aides are CPR and First Aid certified.

Public Safety Office

Your kids are safe on the HCC campus. All campus buildings and facilities are patrolled and inspected regularly to ensure a safe and comfortable environment where learning is the central focus. Located in the Belcamp building next to the Library, Public Safety staff is on duty 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Make sure children are dressed appropriately for the weather and have any special items they may need.