Enriching and memorable camp experiences

Camp Heritage is planning for a return in Summer 2021.

Camp Heritage, located at and operated by CCBC Catonsville and licensed by the Maryland State Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, is designed for children who will have completed kindergarten through fifth grade. Children who have completed sixth grade and seventh grade are eligible to be selected to participate in our counselor-in-training program. The children are grouped according to their grade completed, with daily group sizes of between 24 and 32 campers.

Summer 2020 season
Camp Heritage cannot safely operate an enriching summer camp experience while maintaining social distancing precautions for 325 campers, staff, and volunteers. Therefore, we are canceling the 2020 season.

We have processed and issued refunds. If you have not yet received your refund, please contact Terri Booth at 443.840.4197.

Camp Heritage looks forward with hope to the opportunity to serve you during Summer 2021.

The Camp Heritage Experience

The curriculum was created to immerse children in a wide variety of programs that provide an enriching and memorable camp experiences. The programs include swimming, art, performing and creating, nature and the environment, sports and games, discovery time, table games, and special events. Each program focuses on activities that encourage children to explore their potential, build relationships, and develop self confidence. Please review the camp programming and all registrant materials carefully as CCBC is unable to fundamentally change the nature of the program to meet individual camper needs or provide child watching services. The camp has two 4-week sessions but also offers flexible six and seven full-week options.

Location and facilities

Camp Heritage is located at CCBC Catonsville
  • An indoor swimming pool in the Jack Manley Wellness and Athletics Center.
  • Air-conditioned activity rooms and classrooms in the BARN Building, Health Careers and Technology (HTECH) Building, Student Services (SSRV) Building and the Jack Manley Wellness and Athletics Center (WELL - gym).
  • A spacious multi-purpose gymnasium.
  • Three outdoor playing fields.
Staff are equipped with two-way radios to expedite communications and safe operations.