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We've collected a wide range of additional resources here to help you understand our camp better and help you get ready for your experience.  Hover and click on any item that interests you.

A structured schedule serves as a reliable framework within which children can explore, learn, and grow. While flexibility is important, having a consistent routine provides them with a sense of order, confidence, and a strong foundation for their development.

Please consider the weather conditions and the duration of the camp when adapting the list to your needs. Here's a packing list for a creative summer camp in the mountains. Keep in mind the specific activities when adapting this list to your needs:



Outdoor Gear

When packing, it’s a good idea to label your belongings with your name to prevent mix-ups.

By providing well-balanced and nutritious meals and snacks, we're not only fueling the campers' bodies for a fun-filled day but also instilling healthy eating habits that can last a lifetime.

Lunch Examples: Grilled chicken wraps with whole wheat tortillas, lettuce, tomatoes, and a light dressing. Whole grain pasta with marinara sauce, lean ground turkey, and steamed broccoli. Turkey and avocado whole wheat sandwiches with whole grain mustard. Veggie and cheese quesadillas with whole wheat tortillas. Mixed vegetable medley, Cucumber and carrot sticks with hummus.
Fresh fruit salads, Low-fat Greek yogurt with honey and berries. Sliced watermelon. Apple slices with almond butter.

Snack Options: Trail mix with nuts, seeds, dried fruit, and whole grain cereal
Sliced vegetables (carrots, bell peppers, cucumber) with a yogurt-based dip, Fresh fruit cups or skewers (watermelon, grapes, kiwi). Whole grain crackers with cheese or nut butter. Greek yogurt parfaits with layers of yogurt, granola, and fresh berries. Homemade energy bars with oats, dried fruit, nuts, and a touch of honey

Beverages: We offer plenty of water throughout the day to keep campers hydrated. We can also include unsweetened fruit-infused water or herbal iced teas and opt for low-fat milk or dairy alternatives for added calcium.


At Superior Summer Camp, we are committed to providing a safe, inclusive, and enjoyable experience for all campers. Our Code of Conduct is designed to create a positive and respectful environment where every child can thrive. We kindly ask that campers and their families review and adhere to the following guidelines please.

Respect for Others:

Safety First:




Listening and Cooperation:

Bullying and Harassment:

Appropriate Behavior:

Personal Space:

We are located on the level 1 (LOCKER) floor of the Cliff Lodge in Snowbird, Utah.

We use the app Brightwheel for parent communication during summer camp as it enhances transparency, fosters trust, and enables parents to be actively involved in their child's camp journey. It streamlines communication processes, providing parents with a comprehensive view of their child's activities and ensuring a positive and informed camp experience.