Where heroes are made
If you’re reading this, you have likely discovered something special inside; a hero-potential. To fulfill your destiny and silence the hounding day and night of mythological creatures, you’ve come to the right place. Welcome to Camp Half-Blood.
Where will you go from here?
CHB Brooklyn, our flagship location, has been training heroes since 2009 inBK Beckons
CHB North brings the legendary training and adventure to historicTravel North
Inwood Hill Park
CHB West establishes a new set of magical boundaries across the Hudson in beautiful South Mountain ReservationWestward Bound
Confused Mortal Parent?
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““My daughter was transported to a different world and was insistent about waking up and getting to camp on time (very unlike school or anything else, for that matter).””
, Mortal Parent
“Thank you again for organizing that awesome Snow Day event for the kids -- Henry loved it, and you quickly won over his little sister Stella to love Camp Half-Blood too.”
Shellee H., Mortal Mom
“My son gives the camp "5 stars." The kids are outside all day and unplugged. The camp has encouraged my son to learn Greek mythology and to read!”
, Mortal Parent
“The Artemis cabin is a truly magical place, where counsellors and campers showed [my son] a path towards new and wonderful friendships. And, with trivia, and stealth, and roles like ammunition gatherers, even those who typically run from physical contact find themselves very much at home at CHB.”
Jeremy A., Mortal Dad
“We've sent our boys to a lot of cool camps, and this is their all-time favorite, for reasons I don't entirely understand. It seems to hit the sweet spot of enacting their epic fantasies, being creative, and running around like sword-wielding maniacs. Mom loves it because it's literary. Every day after camp they jam their heads into the Riordan books and D'Aulaires' Book of Greek Myths. We've done it two years in a row (one week each), with plenty of related reading in the off season, and by now they know their mythology inside and out.”