Dates, Fees & Other FAQs
Oasis in Dobbs Ferry is open Summer 2016 from June 26th through August 18th,2017.
Families are welcome to drop their children off directly at the site.
Morning drop-off starts at 8:30am and afternoon pick-up is ends 5:30pm. For an additional fee, you may sign up for Early Drop Off Service (8:00am-8:30am) or Late Pick Up Service (5:30pm-6:00pm).
Busing is also available.
2017 Camp Pricing
|# of Weeks||2017 Camp||ESIC Camp||Teen Travel||Lunch|
|Early Drop Off (8:00-8:30 am) - $45/week||Late Stay (5:30-6:00 pm) - $45/week|
Returning families save $30 per week, per child.
Early Start Imagination Camp (ESIC) is for campers who haven't completed Kindergarten by the start of camp.
Lunch Service is $40/week plus 7.375% NY sales tax.
Local Bus Service is available for $90 per week.
Door to Door bus service is available for $130 per week, per child. Centralized, local pick-up is available for $85 per week, per child.
Oasis is flexible around your summer schedule! Campers can enroll for a minimum of two consecutive weeks, a maximum of 8, or any combination in between.
Frequently Asked Questions
For campers entering pre-k through 1st grade in the fall, camp is located at the Master's School (49 Clinton Avenue, Dobbs Ferry) while campers entering grades 2nd or above, will use the Mercy College Campus as their home-base (555 Broadway).
The Master's School gives Oasis the opprotunity to provide a traditional camp experience with a variety of age appropriate activities for our youngest campers, that allow kids to learn new ways to express their individuality, leadership and creativity, while utilizing their grassy fields, indoor meeting spaces and newly built athletic complex. The Mercy College Campus provides our older campers with access to phenomenal athletic facilities including playing fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, an outdoor swimming pool, nature trails and much more - all against the picturesque backdrop of the Hudson River.
The Master's School
49 Clinton Avenue
Dobbs Ferry, NY 10562
Dobbs Ferry, NY 10562
Drop-off is between 8:30 and 9am.
Pickup is between 4:30 and 5:30pm.
*Early drop-off (8-8:30am) and late pickup (5:30-6pm) is available for an additional fee.
Depending on whether your camper is in Upper Camp or Lower Camp, they can be dropped off directly at the Master's School (Lower Camp) or the Mercy College Campus (Upper Camp). If you have children in both Upper and Lower Camp, your children can both be dropped off on the Mercy Campus before 8:50am, and we will shuttle your children to the appropriate space.
If you wish to pick up your child early, please notify our site office on the day prior by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at 646-519-5057. Early pick up times are scheduled around your child’s activity schedule (1:00pm, 3:00pm, etc.) so we must know in advance to ensure we aren't pulling your child from the begining of an activity or during a transition between activities.
*Please note - Early pick up is not possible on days your child is on a field trip.
Our campers range from ages 3-15.
Our Early Start Program is for campers ages 3, 4, and 5 who have yet to enter Kindergarten.
Lower Camp consists of ESIC and campers who are going into 1st grade.
Upper Camp is set up for our campers who are going into 2nd through 6th grade.
Teen Travel is for campers who are going into 7th, 8th, and 9th grade.
Camp Director: Alla Zaydman
Site contact info: 646-519-5057
Site Email: email@example.com
YES!! Starting your camper’s second week we highly encourage you to visit us. We do not allow parent visits during the first week of camp in order to allow your campers time to acclimate to their new surroundings. Starting their second week come ready to have fun and join in. Call the office to make set up a time to visit. We ask that you give us 24 hours notice. When you arrive for your visit please come to the main office. We will outfit you in your own Oasis t-shirt. Make sure you come dressed ready to fully participate in all aspects of the program. Yes, if you are coming during your camper’s swim period bring your suit and be ready to jump in the pool!
All campers must wear their Oasis tshirt, shorts, socks, and sneakers.
For the pool, please send your camper with a bathing suit (either on them or in a plastic bag), a towel, and flipflops/Crocs (You may also want to send goggles and a swim cap).
We highly encourage sending your camper with a hat and sunglasses to protect our scalp and eyes.
Campers should bring everything that they need for camp in the Oasis backpacks. Campers should bring:
- swim gear
- water bottle (not the metal ones, they get hot too fast)
- spare change of clothes.
Oasis in Dobbs Ferry has a full time RN or EMT on site at all times. In addition to this all leadership staff and several group leaders are Red Cross CPR, First Aid and Epi-Pen Administration certified. Please know that our staff IS NOT allowed to administer medicine to your child. The only exception to this Department of Health guide line is epi-pens. A member of our medical staff or your Division Leader will call you if your child receives medical attention of any kind.
Please make sure that you indicate any and all important medical information that we need to know about your camper on his/her medical form. Please alert your Division Leader that your child will be bringing epi-pens to camp. Please bring 2 pens, both of which need to have a copy of the original prescription taped to them and be clearly labeled with your campers name. One epi-pen will be kept locked in the medical office safe. The other will go out into camp with your camper’s Division Leader every day.
You can send your child to camp with a packed lunch in a insulated, non-disposable lunch bag that will be kept in coolers during the day. You can also sign up for our catered hot lunch service for an additional fee.
Parents will have to fill out a registration form to enroll for camp, or use our online system to do so. Before your child begins their stay at camp with us, they will need a completed health form. Immunizations are required to be submitted in order for a health form to be considered complete. The completed health form cannot be over a year old, and is REQUIRED for your child to attend camp.