• 914.276.CAMP (2267)
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  • 825 Union Valley Road Carmel, NY 10512

About KCDC

At Kiwi Country Day Camp we LOVE camp, and LIVE camp 365 days a year. Kiwi Country Day Camp has provided campers with an authentic traditional camp experience since 1952.

KCDC Experience

Kiwi Country Day Camp provides campers with a DYNAMIC daily schedule. Each program is led by a specialist at an age, size and skill level that will help foster DAILY ACHIEVEMENT!

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OCTOBER 18, 2020

Fall Festival

10:00pm - 12:00pm

We are so excited to be hosting our Fall Festival on October 18, 2020!  

Our KCDC family is invited to enjoy some of our favorite camp and Autumn themed activities, including SkyRider Zipline, SkyBounce Jumping Pillow, Pumpkin Patch, SWAG Store, Hay Ride, Kiwi Country Kitchen Craft, Mini Golf, Gaga, and more!

This year, we are providing two festival sessions to comfortably accommodate socially distanced families. To choose the time that works best for you, please follow one of the following links to reserve your tickets. Tickets will NOT be available at the gate and all participants 2 yrs and older are required to wear a face covering.

Click Here for the 10am - 12pm Session
Click Here for the 1pm - 3pm Session

If you would like to invite a prospective family (never before registered with KCDC) with you, please additionally reserve tickets for "Prospective" adult(s) and child(ren). You may also choose a convenient time for a guided tour and we will reach out to confirm. 

Please feel free to call the office (914) 276-2267 or email fun@kiwicountrydaycamp.com for more information. Looking forward to seeing you on October 18!

  • "I would trade any day in the real world for a minute at camp."

  • "Camp is the first place people liked me for being me."

  • "Most days, I can't tell you the date but I can tell you how many days until camp."

  • "Every morning I wake up thinking 'I'm one day closer to camp.’”

  • “I didn’t know places like this still exist!”

  • “It is a happy talent to know how to play.”  

    - Ralph Waldo Emerson