Our 15 Acre Dix Hills Summer Camp campus in Long Island New York’s Suffolk County is modern and equipped with all of the latest summer camp programs and facilities that create the excitement parents want for their children.
Our commitment to excellence in education is shown by our outstanding programs in Academics, Science, Computers, Music and Movement, Physical Education, Creative Arts, as well as our progressive curriculum.
Extreme STEAM Science Kids on Long Island is a Summer science enrichment program run by Park Shore focused on STEAM Education (Science, Technology, Engineering, The Arts and Mathematics).
A Long Island Tradition Since 1959
Three generations of the Budah family have watched Park Shore of Long Island create a 50 year history of leadership in day camp and pre-school programs. Our professional Leadership Team create opportunities for our boys and girls whether day camp or pre-school to learn, grow, and develop the needed skills to feel good about themselves, which adds to their future success. Family owned and operated since 1959, three generations of the Budah family have dedicated themselves to providing an amazing camp experience for all Park Shore campers and staff. Our reputation is built on our dedication to having a specialized staff of professionals who will give our campers a program filled with enhanced skill development, innovative programs, modern facilities and individual attention.
Hello Park Shore Parents, It seems as if Mother nature is confused this year, the saying is supposed to be "March, in like a lion, out like a lamb" not April! Hopefully we are coming to the end of this cold spell and the warm Spring sunshine we have all been waiting...read more
Saturday, May 12, 2018 11am-3pm Carnival Rides & Blow-ups Sky Trail High Ropes Course Bungee Trampoline Rock Wall Meet Patches & Buttons, our Park Shore Mascots Music all day by Park Shore's DJ Playgrounds Meet Our Directors Camp, Extreme STEAM Science Kids Camp,...read more
By Ian Denson Athletics Director According to the Surgeon General, it is estimated that the average child eats 5,000 pounds of mac n' cheese a year. Ok, that's a total exaggeration! But for parents like myself, whose kids eat a steady diet of mac n' cheese and refuse...read more
It is hard to believe that the Park Shore Class of 2018 will be graduating in a few short months. We know what an exciting day this will be for you. To make the experience easier and more convenient, we are making the graduation schedule available now so that you can...read more