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2020 Camp Dates: First Session: June 26 - July 20 (AGES 11-18) Second Session: July 21 - August 17 (AGES 11-18) Six Week Session: June 26 - August 3 (AGES 11-18) Full Season: June 26 - August 17 (AGES 11-18) Junior Camper Program: August 4 - August 17 (AGES 9-10)

59 Buck's Rock Road
New Milford,CT 6776
860-354-5030
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BUCK'S ROCK PERFORMING AND CREATIVE ARTS CAMP - CAMP INFORMATION

Camp Type: Overnight
Gender: Coed
Cost: $4190-$11,990
Session Length: 2- 8 Weeks
Camp Focus: Theatre, Fine Arts, Improv., Circus Arts, Photography, Dance, Music


Nestled in the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains in Central Connecticut, Buck's Rock is like no other summer arts sleepaway camp. We are a low-key, non-competitive haven where artists ranging in ages from 9-16 are free to choose their own creative and performing arts activities.

IXL Learning Announced Scholarships for Four Miami-Dade County Public School Students
November 13, 2019

IXL Learning, the K-12 personalized learning platform used by more than 250,000 students in Florida, funded scholarships for four students from the Miami-Dade County Public School system to attend Buck's Rock Performing and Creative Arts Camp this past summer. The scholarship recipients were Juliani Delerme, iTech at Miami Edison Senior High School; Antonella Labrozzi, New World School of the Arts; Cherline Philogene, New World School of the Arts; and Gabriel Pittman, Cutler Bay Senior High School.

IXL Funds Scholarships For NYC Public School Students In Creative Arts
July 31, 2019

Four students from New York City public schools have been awarded scholarships to attend Buck's Rock Performing and Creative Arts Camp for one month this summer. The scholarship recipients are Alexia Stewart, Fordham High School for the Arts; Isabel Paulino, The High School of Art and Design; Adonai Fletcher-Jones, Talent Unlimited High School; and KyMoy Phillip, Brooklyn High School of the Arts.

Central Florida Voice Teacher And Author Pens New Book To Help Theatre Students Get Accepted To College
June 04, 2018

In recent years, many of the most popular theatre and musical theatre colleges have reported an increase in applicants of 300% or more, with some schools reporting an increase of 20% in 2018, over their applicant numbers from 2017 alone.