Welcome to Camp Silver Lake!

Note: Camp Silver Lake 2020 will be located at St. Anne’s Episcopal School.
St. Anne’s Episcopal
211 Silver Lake Rd.
Middletown, DE 19709
(302) 616-9622

Get ready for an awesome summer adventure at Camp Silver Lake! Create lifelong memories, learn new skills and spend summer just being a kid! Have fun in day camp with awesome weekly adventures.


Traditional Day Camp

Every camp this week is fun-filled and action-packed. Campers (K-8th grade) will experience a variety of activities including arts and crafts, environmental education, literacy education, team building activities, field trips, character development, outdoor games, swimming and more!

Leaders In Training (LIT)

Leaders In Training camp is designed to help teens 8th – 10th grade develops leadership skills while having fun. New friends are made through group work, team building, and personal growth activities in a positive atmosphere.

Camp Hours

Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Extended care is available at no additional charge for all camps during the following hours:
Monday – Friday: 7  – 9 a.m. and 4  – 6 p.m.

2020 Camp Session Dates

Week 1: June 29-July 3
Week 2: July 6-10
Week 3: July 13-17
Week 4: July 20-24
Week 5: July 27-31
Week 6: Aug 3-Aug 7
Week 7: Aug 10-14
Week 8: Aug 17-21
Week 9: Aug 24-28

Middletown Day Camp Prices

Traditional Camp (Kindergarten - 8th Grade)$198$252
Sports Camp (2nd - 8th grades)$198$252
Teen Leaders Camp (8th - 10th grades)$105$135

Our Mission

To empower youth, foster healthy living, and promote strong communities.


4th of July

All branches are closed on Saturday, July 4th in observance of Independence Day. Outdoor pools are open!

Stronger Together

At the Y, we stand against all forms of racism, discrimination, and hatred. We have a strong commitment to diversity, inclusion, and compassion for all.  We share the grief and outrage felt by the country in the wake of George Floyd’s death.  As we watch and experience the unrest and violence that continues to erupt throughout our communities, we acknowledge that this reality is fueled by generations of injustice. Together through the Y, we can be a positive force for change in every community we serve. We must unite. We must be heard, and we must do better.