D.C. Explorers

 

Five one-week sessions
Boys and girls, rising 4th through rising 8th graders
9 a.m.–3 p.m.
$490

What to bring: Backpack, sneakers, snacks and lunch with drink, sunscreen (labeled with name), and a water bottle. A detailed list of what to bring will be emailed prior to each week.
Arrival/dismissal zone: Red

Campers embark on all-day excursions to experience the thrills and attractions of the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. Each week has a different theme that determines activities and schedule. Whether catching a baseball game or hiking the Billy Goat Trail, D.C. Explorers allows campers to enjoy what the Washington area has to offer!

**Activities and locations subject to change based on availability.

Hiking Adventures (Anderson)
June 22–26 CANCELED
Rising 5th–rising 8th graders only

  • Theodore Roosevelt Island
  • Great Falls Park
  • Harpers Ferry
  • Rock Creek Park
  • Sugarloaf Mountain
  • Learn about forestry and geology of the DMV

Sports Mania (Roman)
July 6–10, July 20–24, July 27–31 WAITLIST

  • Monster Mini Golf
  • BowlMor Lanes
  • Laser Tag
  • Zava Zone
  • Olympics Day at Hains Point (whiffle ball, kickball, ultimate Frisbee, soccer world cup)

Baseball Madness (Roman)
July 13–17

  • Frederick Keys baseball game
  • Bowie Baysox baseball game
  • Tour of Camden Yards and Babe Ruth Museum
  • Tour of Nationals Park
  • Baseball exhibits at National Portrait Gallery and National Library of Congress

Teacher bios: 

Case Anderson is a Middle School English teacher at Landon School. Prior to that, he was a high school English and writing teacher at Commonwealth Academy in Alexandria, Virginia. During the school year, he coaches Middle School wrestling and 8th grade baseball. He has hiked in many of the great national parks of the American West — including Yellowstone, Glacier, Grand Canyon, Arches, Zion and Canyonlands — while studying the geology of that region. He also recently hiked the Camino de Santiago trail in Spain.

Fun fact: Mr. Anderson majored in English in college, but he almost majored in geology.  
 

Justin Roman is a licensed social worker and is currently Landon’s Lower and Middle School counselor.  He played collegiate baseball at Washington Adventist University and continues to play baseball in an adult recreational league.

Fun fact: Justin is an avid Baltimore Orioles and Ravens fan!

Are you ready for an adventure?


Questions?

Landon Summer at Landon School inspires boys and girls to build their confidence and explore their passions in a vibrant, nurturing camp environment that emphasizes community, discovery, independence, and fun.
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Bethesda, MD 20817
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Established in 1935, Landon Summer at Landon School offers traditional day camps and specialized programs for boys and girls, ages 3 1/2 - 17.

 

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