Summer Camp 2024

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Hancock County provide fun, educational options for Hancock County and nearby youth throughout the year. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Hancock County Summer Camp is a day-camp offering activities such as swimming (*Greenfield only), arts, indoor/outdoor education, sports, hiking and much more! Campers also enjoy weekly themes and special field trips.

BGCHC Summer Camp serves campers ages 5-18 and offers a special program for youth entering grades 6th-12th.

Summer Day-Camp programs operate between 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Pick-up is 5:00 – 5:30 p.m. Club facilities are handicap accessible.

In order to register as a participant at either of our Summer Camps in 2024, all campers MUST select a Summer Membership. To learn how to become a member at the Boys & Girls Club, please call (317) 462-2404, or click here!

Registration for our Summer Day Camps open annually on April 1st. To maintain Child Safety, we are limited to the amount of youth per staff. Once that limit is reached we will not be able to admit additional youth to the program.

Weekly session price will be $75/week. This price is NOT pro-rated for any attended days shorter than five.

Multi-child discount is available at the following rates per week: 1st child – $75.00, 2nd child – $65.00, 3rd child – $60.00, there is not additional cost for 4 or more children in a household.

Scholarship applications are available through our Summer Application process and applications will be available starting April 1st. Scholarship applications will be due April 30th, 2024, and decisions will be made shortly after applications are due.  If your family took advantage of the Anthem assistance program during the 23-24 School Year, Anthem will continue to support those families whose child is covered by Anthem Hoosier Healthwise or Anthem Hoosier Care Connect by covering the cost of ONE Week each month attended of $75.00. All Anthem covered youth must provide an updated copy of their membership card to validate participation. Any further assistance needed will need to be received through a scholarship program.

This Summer, a small group (12) of 3rd-5th grade members from the Jim Andrews Unit Summer Camp (Greenfield) will have the opportunity to participate in a horse therapy program provided by Agape, here in Greenfield, thanks to the William Weil Foundation.

Agape cultivates personal growth by strengthening the mind, body, and spirit through unique-horse-assisted experiences. For more information about agape please visit their site at

If your child has been diagnosed with a mental, emotional or cognitive disability and in grades 3rd – 5th, then they are eligible to have the opportunity, at no cost, to participate in this program this year.

Program registrations can be found during the Summer Registration process starting on April 1st under Character and Leadership programs. You can also visit here for required documents needed to be fully registered. Filling out the forms does not automatically enroll your child into this program, and applications will be reviewed on a first come basis.

Forms must be returned to Brooke Osborne, M.S.W. either via email or in person at our Jim Andrews Unit location at 715 E. Lincoln St. Greenfield, IN 46140