Scouts day camp 1 (Ruoholahti)
Scouts day camp is intended for all children aged 7–10 years, that is, those attending grades 1–3 in primary school.
At day camp, we explore interesting places nearby, cook meals on a portable cooker, play games and have fun, do woodwork and other handicrafts, and enjoy our holidays in the company of good friends!
Day camps are an excellent way for a child to spend their summer holidays. Day camp is also a handy and easy way to handle childcare when the parents are still working.
Camp duration 5 days (Mon-Fri)
Camp counsellors are present daily between 8.30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Organized activities take place between 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. You can arrive to camp flexibly between 8.30 a.m. – 9.00 a.m., and once the day’s programme ends at 4.00 p.m., which is when you should leave the camp.
Camp price depends on the number of camp days and the child’s municipality of residence. You can see our full price list in online by clicking here (only in Finnish). The total price is on the Summary page and you can see it before accepting the booking.
Sign up for a waiting list
A maximum of 25 children are admitted to one day camp. If the camp is fully booked, you can put yourself on a waiting list in case there are any cancellations.
Day camp programme
Day camps are an excellent way for a child to spend their summer holidays. Most of the camp days are spent outdoors, regardless of the changing weather in June.
The camp day program includes activities from a real scouting program. At day camp, we explore interesting places nearby, cook meals on a portable cooker, play games and have fun, do woodwork and other handicrafts. At the each camp aims to swim at least once.
Campers make their own meals every day using a portable cooker. Camp counsellors help and oversee the cooking activities. The day also includes an afternoon snack. Päiväleirien ruoka on maistuvaa, terveellistä ja se ottaa huomioon erilaiset erityisruokavaliot.
At day camp, there are three fun counsellors in charge of the daily programme and of the children’s safety. We only use hired employees at our camps and the counsellors have attended trainings organised by Leirikesä.
Other useful information
Here you can find comprehensive information and tips for those who will be attending camp or are thinking about making a booking. The page includes, among other things, a list of things to bring with you and info about practical matters at camp, as well as tips for people at home (only in Finnish).
Here you can find illustrated instructions on how to register, complete the health survey, and grant photograph consent. You will also learn where to find the camp letter, schedules, and invoicing information (only in Finnish).
Can siblings attend the same camp? Can they share the same accommodation? How do I pay for camp? Can I postpone the invoice due date? What if I have already missed the invoice due date? Can my child attend camp if he/she is a year younger than stated in the camp info? How do I cancel my booking? These and some other questions are in our FAQs (only in Finnish).