To reserve a spot or join our waitlist, please call us at 435-645-6648.
Our Explorers program, designed for kids ages 5 to 6 years old, offers a variety of creative activities, nature discovery studies, and team-oriented sporting events under the guidance of our enthusiastic counselors. Weekly field trips will give your child the chance to explore a variety of recreational resources in the area, and they will have the opportunity to participate in activities such as hiking, biking, swimming, rollerblading, scavenger hunts, and water games.

Acknowledgement of Risks Agreement must be completed before your child's first day of camp.
5-6 years

Daily Rate: $110
Daily Seasonal Rate: $102

888-754-8477 | 435-645-6648
8 a.m. - 5 p.m. MT, daily


We are excited to offer additional summer activities for Explorers. Limited spaces, call to reserve at 435-645-6648. Join the waitlist if activities are at capacity. Additional, nonrefundable, activity fees are charged per camper. Sign up now before they sell out!

Experience artistic expression at Paint Fusion sessions, available on 6/12 and 6/26 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., for $35.

Embark on a thrilling stand-up paddleboarding adventure with Park City SUP on 7/3, 7/10, 7/31, 8/7 and 8/14 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., for $40.

Camp Essentials

June 10 - 14Start with a Blast
June 17 - 21Under the Sea
June 24 - 28The Great Outdoors
July 1 - 5*
Party in the USA
July 8 - 12
Pirate Cove
July 15 - 19
Buggin' Out
July 22 - 26*
Wild West Round Up
July 29 - August 2
Go for the Gold
August 5 - 9Where the Wild Things Are
August 12 - 16
So Long Summer
*No camp on July 4 or July 24, 2024
Please plan to bring the following items to camp:

Nut-free, sack lunch*
Change of clothes
Swimsuit and towel
Shoes, hat and lotion sunscreen
Water bottle

*Nutritious sack lunches are available for $10. Sack lunches include the following; ham or turkey sandwich, jelly sandwich for children who are 2 years old and younger, slice of American cheese, string cheese, Nutri-Grain® bar, serving of fruit and bag of chips. Mustard and mayonnaise are included as well.
Reservations and Cancellations
Location: Skier Services Contact Center, Snow Park Lodge, 2250 Deer Valley Drive South
Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., daily
Phone: 435-645-6648

Summer Adventure Camp Front Desk
Location: Children's Center, Snow Park Lodge, 2250 Deer Valley Drive South
Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday
Phone: 435-645-6612

General Information

  • The Children's Center is a nut-free environment
  • For information regarding, what you should bring to camp for your child each day, please refer to the What to Bring guide for more information.
  • Park City's complimentary bus system is used to transport campers on local field trips
  • To ensure quality programming, the age requirement will be strictly enforced. Minimum and accurate age requirements are strictly observed for each child’s safety. We reserve the right to move children to the appropriate program based on their skill level or if it is determined that the child’s date of birth has been incorrectly stated. Children placed in a program because their birth date is incorrectly stated are not guaranteed a place in the program. Parents will be called to pick up their children and cancellation fees will apply
  • Liability forms, legibly completed by a parent or guardian, are required for any participant who is under the age of 18 years, whether renting a bike, bringing their own bike, taking a lesson, or are enrolled in Summer Adventure Camp. Please refer to the other links in your confirmation email for appropriate forms

Transportation Policy

Deer Valley’s Summer Adventure Camp uses various modes of transportation for campers and counselors for several off-site activities throughout the summer. Please see below for more information on specific age groups.

  • Sunflowers, Grasshoppers, Little Ramblers, and Ramblers: These children stay on Deer Valley property and may ride on the St. Regis funicular when going on nature walks. They do not use other forms of transportation
  • Little Trekkers and Trekkers: Use Park City Transit to visit the MARC pool, Park City Park, and other locations in the area. We follow all guidelines set by Utah Department of Public Safety and car seats and/or boosters are not used on public transit
  • Explorers and Mountaineers: Use Park City Transit and Deer Valley vans/shuttles to visit Park City Park, Kamas Pool, and other locations for special activities in the area. In addition, a chartered bus from Le Bus is used to transport campers and counselors to field trips every Thursday. Booster seats are provided for children ages 5 through 7. However, booster seats are not used on public transit or any vehicle that only has a lap belt per Utah Department of Public Safety

General procedures for summer chairlift rides are as follows:

Little Trekkers, Trekkers, and Explorers (3-6 years of age):
  • Children 6 years and under cannot ride the chairlift alone and must sit next to a Deer Valley staff member or willing adult
  • Little Trekkers, Trekkers, and Explorers will ride Silver Lake Express seated next to a staff member or willing adult
  • A Deer Valley staff member may ride with a maximum of two Trekkers or Explorers on a quad lift
  • When circumstances allow, we load children on operator’s side of the chair

Mountaineers (7-12 years of age):
  • When practical, a Deer Valley staff member or willing adult will ride with Mountaineers. However, they may occasionally ride a chairlift alone
  • A maximum of three Mountaineers may ride on a quad lift

Available for Purchase
  • Nutritious sack lunches are available for $10. Sack lunches include the following; ham or turkey sandwich, jelly sandwich for children who are 2 years old and younger, slice of American cheese, string cheese, Nutri-Grain® bar, serving of fruit and bag of chips. Mustard and mayonnaise are included as well
  • Summer Adventure Camp activity fees (e.g., swimming, field trips, etc.) will be charged at the end of the week. Please refer to the Parent’s Guide for additional details. Field trips and special activities range from $15 to $40; swimming fee is $7. Activity fees are not included in prices listed

Cancellation and Change Fees
  • The Children's Center is a nut-free environment
  • If you need to cancel or change a daily reservation, you must call or speak directly with a Skier Services agent before 5 p.m. seven (7) days prior to each booked date in order to receive a full refund. Cancellations or changes made two to six days prior to the first day will receive a partial refund. Seasonal bookings are non-refundable.
  • There are no refunds for the day before or day-of cancellations or no-shows. Products are non-transferable to another family member, friend or a different day. Weather conditions are not viable reasons for cancellation. Appropriate fees will apply to products cancelled after the deadline
We appreciate your cooperation in the following areas:

Camp activity hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Children may be dropped off as early as 8 a.m. and must be picked up by 5 p.m. for no additional fee. To help ensure a seamless transition and coordinate activities effectively, please communicate any plans to pick up or drop off your children outside of regular hours at least 24 hours in advance. Due to the variety of activities campers participate in, we may not always be able to accommodate all requests. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

Provide your child with a healthy, nut-free lunch and beverage. Prices do not include lunch or beverages. However, a nutritious sack lunch is available daily for a fee; advance notice preferred. A snack will be provided every afternoon

Arrive on time:
Please sign your child in by 9 a.m. This gives us the opportunity to get to know you and your child before we start our daily activities. If you have any special instructions for the staff, please allow extra time

Pick up on time:
Please pick your child up no later than 5 p.m. If you anticipate being late, please call us at 435-645-6612 if you can. A late fee of $2.00 per minute will be assessed for late pick-ups

and sign-out:
For safety reasons, sign your child in each morning and out each afternoon with a staff member. Unless previous arrangements have been made, we will not allow your child to use public transportation or walk home alone. Please notify us if someone else will be picking up your child. If their name does not appear on the Summer Adventure Camp Registration Form or you have not contacted us about a change, we will not be able to release your child

Shoes and socks must be worn each day.
Sandals and open-toed shoes limit play and will not be acceptable for the activities we have planned for your child. Please have close-toed shoes available for each day

Mark all personal belongings.
Please mark your child's name on all backpacks, sweatshirts, coats, hats, etc. to help keep lost items to a minimum

Please apply sunscreen to your child before bringing them to camp

Special activity items:
Be sure to check the activity calendar daily for any special items needed

If your child becomes ill, you will be contacted to pick them up

Thank you for helping make this a fun, safe and exciting summer for your child!