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Spend your summer in the great outdoors! The 2,100 acres that make up the Anne Springs Close Greenway are protected in perpetuity and will never be developed beyond low-impact recreation. And recreate we shall! Campers participate in kayaking, archery, creek stomps, campfires, games, nature walks, fishing and more!


Find your fit as a  Camp Counselor for preschool-rising 1st grade (Tiny Timbers & Little Critters), Camp Counselor for rising 1st-3rd grades (Seekers), Camp Counselor for rising 3rd-6th grades (Trekkers) or Camp Counselor for rising 7th-9th grades (Adventurers). 


Make a difference in the community by helping kids experience nature and outdoor programming in a safe, fun and friendly environment that builds confidence and friendships. Thanks to financial assistance through the Anne Springs Close Bridge Program, many campers will experience the outdoors in ways they have never experienced it before.


Camp Counselors 2021

Wages are determined by counselor role and seniority. However, all counselors receive these awesome benefits:

  • Greenway membership
  • No weekend hours
  • Have fun outside
  • Paid training
  • Friendships begin at camp but last a lifetime!



 Camp consists of 8 weeks with an additional week of required training, which includes connecting with fellow counselors, getting to know the hiking trails, and learning and playing camp games and activities!

  • June 3-7 (Training)
  • June 10-14 
  • Jun 17-21
  • June 24-28
  • July 1-5
  • July 8-12
  • July 15-19
  • July 22-26
  • July 29-Aug. 2


Whom may I contact with questions?

Email Anne Springs Close Greenway Youth Programs Director, Ardener Taylor. She loves kids, volleyball and singing, and she’s looking for a 12-step program to cure her addiction to s’mores.

What percent of the job is outdoors?

About 90%. Bring your waterbottle, sunscreen, and comfy/sturdy footwear!

How old do I need to be to apply?

Camp counselors need to be at least 16 years old before the first day of camp. However, rising 9th-12th graders may participate in our Leaders in Training (LIT) program, which prepares them for future roles at camp and qualifies as volunteer hours.


What Our Counselors Are Saying

Maddie Andrews, Assistant Director of Adventure Seekers Summer Camp. “I’ve actually been working with Adventure Seekers since it opened. I started off as a camper, and then once I turned 15, I became a Leader in Training (LIT). I was a LIT for two years, which is like counselor in training, and then I became a Counselor for two years. Then after doing that, I got promoted to Lead Counselor, and then last summer I was Program Coordinator. Now this summer I’m Assistant Director… I’ve moved up through the program and have seen all sides of it. I signed up for camp when I was little with my friends and have just been here ever since.”

Maya Stovcsik, Tiny Timbers Summer Camp Counselor. “I love summer camp because it allows me to create bonds with the compers and help achieve goals within themselves. Throughout the weeks of camp, watching each camper grow and step out of their comfort zone always puts a smile on my face. As a counselor, I also get to have just as much fun as the campers do!”

William James Levy wears many hats as our Afterschool Outdoor Recreation Teacher and Lead Counselor for Adventure Seekers Summer Camp. He recently helped Advancement and Communications departments with a team-building archery program. Bull’s-eye! Perhaps we’ll just call him Robin Hood.