Summer Youth And Teen Programs

Our Summer Programs

Buck Hill youth have a special place in our hearts. We provide our youth a safe, comfortable environment that allows them to grow physically, socially, and emotionally and helps them develop life-long friendships through involvement in recreational activities and social opportunities.
  • Summer Sports: Youth Golf
  • Summer Sports: Youth Tennis
  • Summer Sports: Swim Team
  • Summer Camp (Ages 3 – 15)
  • Tween/Teen Night Out
  • Tween/Teen Night In

Unforgettable Summer Friendships

  • Time spent at Buck Hill is an investment in your children’s future.
  • Buck Hill provides a supportive community and independence in which children and teenagers see the importance of family, friends, and neighbors and adding a positive contribution to a larger world.
  • Friends regroup at Buck Hill for summers and holidays – and the lifelong relationships they have built become a haven for their own children in the years to come.

Summer Sports Activities

Buck Hill Falls offers the youth of our community the opportunity to engage in sporting activities and competitions led by a staff of hand-selected, professional instructors from professional golf, tennis, and swimming organizations.

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Youth Golf

Each week, junior golfers ages 7 – 15 have the opportunity to improve their game while having fun. The Buck Hill Junior Golf Team participates in competitive weekly tournaments and is open to both Summer Campers and Junior Golf Club Members. Contact: Director of Golf, Tom O’Malley at 570 595-7730 (in-season) or email

Youth Tennis

The Buck Hill Junior Tennis Club participates in weekly clinics and tournaments throughout the summer to improve their game and create a memorable and lifelong love of the sport. Ankle Biters, ages 5 – 8, participate in a a twice weekly clinic, Future Stars, ages 9 – 13 enjoy practice two times a week, and High Schoolers have weekly clinics. The USTA Red Ball Matches and Ladder Matches happen each week in summer. There are also fun get-togethers at pizza and movie nights. Contact: Luis Quintero, Director of Racquet Sports 570 595-3298 (in-season) or email

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Swim Team

The Buck Hill Swim Team participates with the Pocono Summer Swim League offering a competitive “age group” swimming program with ages ranging from 8 – 18. The purpose is to provide an introduction to competitive swimming and the development of sound stroke technique in freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly. The league offers a team environment in which swimmers participate in a fun low-key program which enhances the development of the four competitive strokes, starts, and turns. Regular practice sessions are held four times per week, and there are both home and away scheduled swim meets against other teams. To be eligible for this program, the participant must be able to swim at least one length of freestyle (front crawl) and may not be a member of a college swim team. Contact: Michelle Saffer, Director of Swimming 570 595-3274 (In-season) or email

Tween And Teen Community Youth Program

Our Tween and Teens receive a unique opportunity as they grow with their peers.

Youth ages 11 – 16 who are members or guests of the Buck Hill Falls community, or non-residents who participate in Senior Camp, have the opportunity to enjoy Tween and Teen events and field trips with their peers throughout the summer season. Advanced registration is required for these special events. Find out more below:

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Teen Night Out

Teen night out is a series of eight field trips to area attractions throughout the summer season. In the past, youth have participated in trips to: water parks, movie theaters, escape rooms, dances, and painting events. All events include dinner, supervision, and transportation.

Teen Night In

Teen Night In is a series of eight on-campus events in the Buck Hill Falls community. Some events in the past include: paint nights, sports competitions, karaoke battles, glow golf, and trivia nights. Teen Nights In events include snacks and supervision.

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