Rolling River’s third playground zone. The two-level, riverside, enclosed playscape features multiple slides, rings, and fun-filled activity center. Marine animal displays add to the nautical, interactive fun.
Lagoon Links is a 9 hole, newly renovated riverside miniature golf course. Each hole features a different nautical marine animal. The course is shaded by a large, 20 foot umbrella.
Ocean Motion is an 800 square foot riverside pavilion under a large shady tent. Ocean Motion houses interactive dance and movement programs and martial arts.
Meticulous facility featuring full-sized manicured all clay softball field with 2 dugouts. Our full grass outfield sits riverside which ensures cool breezes on hot summer days.
One full-sized, multi-use field for soccer, lacrosse and football for older campers and one smaller field for younger campers. All fields are beautiful, natural grass and located riverside to give campers a cooler setting on hot summer days.
Rolling River is the only day camp in Nassau County that can give your child a boating program comparable to that of a sleep away camp. The Rolling River Marina sits along scenic Mill River. The Marina houses our fleet of rowboats, canoes, bicycle boats, kayaks, peddles boats, 18 foot motorboat and 25 foot pontoon boat.
Two grass volleyball courts and one sand beach volleyball court allow our campers to play newcomb and/or volleyball during their athletics period. Beach and grass volleyball are also popular sports played with parents and family during Parent Nights.
Open to Kindergarten age and up, campers challenge themselves on our 2 climbing walls; one long traverse wall and one vertical wall which can both hold up to 2 campers at a time. Our athletics staff is trained in outdoor education safety and belaying certification to ensure proper supervision.
Fisherman’s Field is a scaled down, turf field both younger and older campers. At this brand new field, campers play lead up or modified softball games, kickball, wiffle ball or our popular “mini softball” game.
A newly renovated air-conditioned play area for our youngest campers where they can use their imagination and creativity while building with Legos, blocks and various early childhood related play areas.
Indoor, air-conditioned, riverside facility that houses our Puppetry and Music programs for Skipper campers. Visit River County to also view past group plaques on the walls.
Multi-group, air-conditioned Arts and Crafts facilities. Campers participate in a variety of crafts projects overseen by adult Specialty Staff.
From smokestacks to portholes to a variety of slides, campers will find numerous areas to explore, climb, run and play at the Sandbar Playground. Sand playground is geared to our youngest campers with lower elements and activities. The Sand Playground features slides, ropes, tunnels, a tire swing and more! Our interactive, Rainforest-themed sprinkler park is also housed at the Sandbar.
Boxball is located adjacent to Basketball Facility. 4 boxball courts designed for our 1st – 10th graders.
1,800 square foot indoor gymnastic and tumbling facility featuring programs for campers 3 to 10 years old. Equipment such as rope climbing, cargo net, parallel bars, springboard, rings, variety of multi-dimensional mats and much more. Professional sound system adds to the fun with kid-friendly music.
Three lighted, newly-surfaced, basketball courts with 6 adjustable baskets including fiberglass boards designed for each of our divisions. Skippers (3 – 5 year olds) learn new skills on age-appropriate adjustable lowered hoops on a smaller court with scaled down markings, Mariners (1st – 4 grade) play on a larger mid-size court, while Navigators (5 – 8 grade) play on a regulation size court.
Air-conditioned 2,800 square foot multi-purpose facility. This building houses our one-of-a-kind “FITNESS FUN” program, which includes 10 interactive gaming stations on flat screen TVs and other activities such as fuseball and air hockey. Also boosts a professional DJ sound system as well as interactive disco lights around the dance floor. Available for private parties year round.
The Rolling River Pool Complex offers 3, state of the art, heated pools. The main pool depth is 3-6 feet, the vinyl pool is a constant depth of 3-4 feet and our brand new junior pool is perfect for beginners with a depth of 1-2 feet. The pool complex is fully enclosed with separate entrances for each division. Changing cabanas, locker rooms and benches line the pools so campers can easily access the pool after changing. The complex also features 3 conveniently located restrooms.
Air-conditioned facility which houses over 18 computers and age-appropriate computer games, X-Boxes, Game Cube and X-Box 360 on large flat screen TVs. Gangplank Game Room features a classic, retro video arcade for old-fashioned, video game fun as well as non-electronic games such as foosball and nok-hockey.
An extension of Arts & Crafts, Loading Dock is one of the most popular areas in camp where children of all ages can learn various stitches with lanyard, beading, friendship bracelets and more. Situated riverside and located under a tent with a large fan for a cooler setting.
Rolling River’s three story, fully air-conditioned 12,000 square foot main building features numerous large, bright classrooms for our youngest campers, an indoor cafeteria with full kitchen, counselor lounge, movie room, bookkeeping, transportation, administrative and touring offices.
Air-conditioned 2,400 square foot facility with state of the art sound, technology and video systems. All theatrical productions, large group special events and shows are staged in theater. This multi-use site with a sleepaway camp feel is lined by Color War plaques and group plaques. The Theater also includes “Hidden Treasures”, a music and literacy program for our Skipper Division.
3,500 sq. ft. tented hockey rink and all-weather facility. This huge multi-purpose venue is used during AM/PM divisional meetings, athletic games, rainy days, roller skating, full camp special activities and as a shady space away from the sun. The facility also features a surround-sound speaker and audio system for dance parties and general music.
1,800 square foot indoor gymnastic and tumbling facility featuring programs for campers 3 to 10 years old. Equipment such as rope climbing, cargo net, parallel bars, springboard, rings, and a variety of multi-dimensional mats are included in area. Tumbling Tides also houses our interactive yoga program.
Multi-group, air-conditioned Arts and Crafts facilities in Specialty Cove. Adult-supervised crafts projects for regular scheduled activities and hobbies.
Our Health Center is conveniently located in the center of camp. This state-of-the-art facility is equipped to handle everything from basic first aid to the comprehensive maintenance of chronic illnesses supervised by a Nurse Practitioner, RN and three other nursing professionals at all times. Travel nurses also escort campers on all grade levels and divisional trips that are off-campus.
Newly constructed, riverside space that is fully-tented and used to play one of camp’s most popular games… Gaga. Whether extra sunny or a rainy day, this area is busy all summer long.
Located in Specialty Cove, Rolling River’s Nature Program is home to a variety of animals including hamsters, lizards and more! Our animals live in in the Coral Reef log cabin and all activities take place on the shady patio. The Nature Program also features lessons about science, marine life and more.
Full kitchen and outdoor tented area where creative cooking activities for all age groups take place, as well as distribution of afternoon snacks. Located outside under multiple tents with many crisscross fans insures a well-ventilated area.
Rolling River has built the most innovative playgrounds you will ever see…all with the inspiration of our nautical theme. Pebble playground includes creative and challenging activities totally unique to Rolling River. Pebble Beach is made up of two playgrounds connected by our infamous “blue tunnel”. Three levels of activity overlook scenic Mill River.
One of three original log cabins in Specialty Cove, Pottery Pier features tents and covered areas for shade or rainy day activities. This facility includes a beautiful wraparound riverside deck under shady large trees so campers can relax while creating ceramic and pottery projects.
Located on a shady tree-lined site, a scaled down, multi-use grass field for our youngest campers is utilized for athletic skill building. Athletic staff sets up age-appropriate obstacle courses, multiple soccer goals, tee-balls, parachutes and beanbag activities and a large variety of other early elementary activities. Skipper Field is shaded by an innovative tent for extra sun protection.
2,000 square foot tented area where lunch and morning and afternoon snack takes place on group assigned picnic tables. Multiple large fans insure comfortable setting while dining. “Music while you eat” is a common occurrence piped in by speakers under the tent.
One of three original log cabins in Specialty Cove, Hammerhead Haven features tents and covered areas for shade or rainy day activities. Campers receive instruction in creating custom woodworking projects during their regular schedule or hobby period. This facility includes a beautiful wraparound riverside deck under shady large trees.
How high can you build? Campers of all ages let their imaginations soar to new heights at Barnacle Blocks. Hundreds of multi-colored, large Lego blocks allow campers to build castles, forts, and more.