4 -10 Years old

The first bilingual Day Camp in Rochester, NY

July 8 – July 26 from 9am to 4pm

“This project is made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Regrant, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the office of the governor and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Genesee Valley Council on the Arts.”

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Fun and inclusive

Small Groups!

We are a bilingual summer camp where campers learn to appreciate cultural diversity via crafts, sports, games, songs, international cuisine, and more! Allowing them to build friendships based on empathy, curiosity, and shared experiences.

We make learning fun!

We teach our campers the possibility to learn Spanish while they enjoy the different activities during the day.

Have questions?

Call, text us +1 (832) 799-7268, or email us

Pavilion Lodge

New location

Grand View Lodge (Powder Mills Park)

49 Woolston Rd, Pittsford, NY 14534

The Pavilion Lodge provides campers with protection from the elements when necessary and work as a center for all activities. Walking distance of playground and trail access.

Three Themed Sessions this July!

9am – 4pm

Session One


July 8 - 12

Session TWO


July 15 - 19

Session THREE


July 22 - 26


Per session per kid
$ 360
  • Snacks and drinks
  • Daily handcraft for campers
  • Special lunch on Friday
  • Camp t-shirt
  • $10 Off for siblings and repeating campers
  • $20 Off per week when register for two or more sessions
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Camp Director

Meet your Camp Director

Hi! I’m Monica Daniel Gil, owner and Director of Amazonia Day Camp. I have MBA and BS in Education with 10+ years professional experience in PK-6, Preschool, Middle School and High School. I previously co-founded and ran Cumbres Camp in Venezuela for five years before moving to the US. Learn more about our story and open positions.

Join our team

If you are looking to have a unique opportunity this summer where you can put all your creativity into practice, develop leadership, team and organization skills and have fun while working, Amazonia Day Camp is your best option!


  • A bag for all camp stuff
  • A refillable water bottle
  • Extra set of clothing, label and in a  plastic bag (Remember that we are going to play all day every day and probably we are going to do a mess with our clothes)
  • An extra white shirt label
  • Sneakers (closed toed shoes required for camp activities
  • Plastic Bag for wet clothes
  • Lunch and two snacks (No nuts and eggs to avoid allergies) 
  • Swimsuit , and towel for water days

Note: All belongings should be labeled with your child’s first and last name


  • Valuables items (Amazonia Day Camp is not responsible for lost items)
  • Toys or games

We are a bilingual summer camp and most of our staff are bilingual. We want to teach our campers the possibility to learn Spanish while they enjoy the different activities during the day. We are going to implement some words and phrases in songs, games, and sports. 

Campers need to bring their own lunch and will not be allowed to share food with friends. We want to avoid food allergies. 

Here are some lunch ideas by Nutrichicos’ Marina Chaparro (Latin Mom) Kids Dietitian.

Build your camper lunch and provide a good combination of nutrients that will keep your camper satisfied with fiber, fat and protein on it.

FIBER: Fruits, Whole grains high in fiber, high fiber crackers, Vegetables

FAT: Avocado, seeds, 2% or full fat yogurt

PROTEIN: Cheese, beans, bean dip, Hummus, Edamame, Greek Yogurt

Please avoid bringing sodas and candies.

Yes you can, in fact we have a special offer for that.

Please do not bring your child to camp if they are feeling unwell, have fever or are sick. Children must be symptom free for at least 24 hours without any medication before they return to camp. Some of the medical reason for your child remain at home are: 

  • Fever
  • Diarrhea
  • Vomiting
  • Pink eye or conjunctivitis
  • Heavy nasal discharge 

Campers will have the opportunity to enjoy camp during rainy days. We have the necessary accommodations to adjust our schedule with special indoor activities, games, and crafts in the Pavilion Lodge. Campers are going to love these days too.

Have questions?

Call, text us +1 (832) 799-7268, or email us