We have a limited number of spaces available at our Bolch Club in Immokalee and our Nichols Club in Naples for youth who have completed Kindergarten through completed 8th grade.

Join us for a safe, fun, and active summer. Summer Camp Club members receive the support and tools they need to help them thrive academically, socially, and personally.


Summer Camp at the Club runs May 27th through August 21st, Monday – Friday, from 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM.



Weekly Fee
Elementary School-age children: $50 / week
Middle School-age children: $50 / week
High School-age children: Space currently unavailable


Elementary School-age children:$20 / week
Middle School-age children:$20 / week
High School-age children:Space currently unavailable

* Discounts available for families enrolling two or more children.


The Boys & Girls Club of Collier County provides financial assistance scholarships to those who qualify, based on a sliding fee scale. To learn more about scholarship availability, please call 239-325-1700 for our Nichols Club in Naples or 239-675-7003 for our Bolch Club in Immokalee.


Boys & Girls Club of Collier County will require all Club youth and staff to follow CDC recommendations for reducing transmission, maintaining healthy business operations, and a healthy work environment including but not limited to:

  1. Wash Hands:
    • Upon entry into building, use sanitize hands at front of building station
    • After using the restroom
    • Before/After eating
    • After Outdoor Play
    • Before/After any health assessment or screening of staff or member
    • At any time indicated on their daily schedules
  2. Face Masks must be worn at all times, except while eating
  3. Not be within six feet of or make any contact with another person
  4. Stay home if they are sick or know they will not pass wellness screening

Member Wellness Screening

Each day upon arrival the following will occur at drop-off. Parents will remain in their cars at all times. Youth will only exit the vehicle after a positive health screening. At the end of the day, parents will pull up and again remain in their cars as staff will radio to have members sent from their classrooms to go home.

We ask parents to be patient as drop-off and pick-up may take longer than usual. Please allow for extra time and be patient with us as we work to create the safest environment for your child.

1. Verbal Questionnaire asked each day at drop-off

Parents are required to answer these questions daily prior to member leaving the car:  

  • Has your child had a fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, vomiting, diarrhea, or a rash in the last 5 days?
  • Has your child been exposed to someone who has been diagnosed with COVID‐19?
  • Have you or your child traveled internationally in the last two weeks?

2. Temperature Check performed each day at drop-off 

Members will have their temperature taken prior to exiting the vehicle.

● If lower than 99°F – Member may enter the building and proceed to the hand sanitizing station.

● If 99.1°F or higher ‐ Member must be sent home until fever-free without fever-reducing medication for at least 5 days. A doctor’s note may be required prior to a child being readmitted.