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Summer camp guide 2014

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11:46 AM EST, January 23, 2014

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Anne Arundel County

Abrakadoodle Art Education
Various locations
410-381-5566
lmarianelli@abrakadoodle.com
abrakadoodle.com/md04
June 23-Aug. 22
Ages 2-11
Art camps for children at local convenient locations. The most comprehensive art program that encourages all artists to find their own style with popular themes like Yummy Art, Beach Party, Anime, Storybook Art and more.

Camp Invention
Various locations
800-968-4332
campinvention@invent.org
campinvention.org
One-week sessions June-August
Grades rising 1 through 6
The weeklong experience immerses elementary school children in hands-on activities that reinvent summer fun. Children spend their time building original prototypes, creating a personalized motor-powered vehicle and taking apart electronics to construct a pinball machine.

Club Scientific Chesapeake
Various locations
443-928-6772
victor@clubscientific.com
ClubScientificChesapeake.com
June-August
Ages 4-14
For children who have an interest in how things work, what things are made of and how science works. All 29 programs include hands-on, minds-on activities taught by highly qualified instructors and meet or exceed the National Science Standards.

Musical Theatre Summer Camp
Glen Burnie
410-837-0971
info@MusicalArtistsTheatre.com
MusicalArtistsTheatre.com
July 14-25
Ages 6-15
Enjoy singing, dancing, acting, costumes and stagecraft, taught by professional staff. Children learn songs, rehearse scenes, make costumes, design the set and perform a Broadway-style revue, while having fun, making friends and working together.

Musical Theatre Summer Camp
Annapolis
410-837-0971
info@MusicalArtistsTheatre.com
MusicalArtistsTheatre.com
Aug. 4-15
Ages 6-15
Enjoy singing, dancing, acting, costumes and stagecraft, taught by professional staff. Children learn songs, rehearse scenes, make costumes, design the set and perform a Broadway-style revue, while having fun, making friends and working together.

Peabody Preparatory
Summer Session 2014
Annapolis
410-234-4630
peabodyprep@jhu.edu
peabody.jhu.edu/register
June 20-Aug. 2
All ages
Music instruction, individual/group classes, string/harp/voice specialty programs; dance at Baltimore and Towson locations.

West River Center
West River
800-922-6795
camp.registrar@verizon.net
funfriendsfaith.org
June 15-Aug. 1
Ages 8-18
Located on 45 acres with 1 mile of waterfront on the West River. Swimming, sailing, kayaking, drama, sports, nature activities, ropes course, climbing wall, archery, ga ga ball, giant swing, crafts and more.

Y Camp
Various locations
443-322-8000
ycamp@ymaryland.org
ymaryland.org
June 16-Aug. 22
Ages 5-17
Affordable summer learning and fun. Activities include field trips, swimming, nature exploration, crafts, sports, skits and more. Youth camps, teen adventure camps, overnight camp and specialty camps like robotics and science are available.

Baltimore City

Baltimore Lab School
Summer 2014
Charles Village
410-261-5500
summer@baltimorelabschool.org
baltimorelabschool.org/Summer
July 1-31
Ages 5-16
Students discover their strengths, exercise their creativity, overcome academic difficulties and prepare for the school year ahead. Through the exploration of math, literature, technology and art, students benefit from the continuity necessary for maintaining academic progress.

Camp Invention
Various locations
800-968-4332
campinvention@invent.org
campinvention.org
One-week sessions June-August
Grades rising 1 through 6
The weeklong experience immerses elementary school children in hands-on activities that reinvent summer fun. Children spend their time building original prototypes, creating a personalized motor-powered vehicle and taking apart electronics to construct a pinball machine.

CAMP MSC-- Summer at Maryland Science Center
Baltimore City
jbell@mdsci.org
www.marylandsciencecenter.org
June 30 - August 1
Ages 4-13
Choose from week-long full day and half day programs. Extended care options available with early drop-off and late pickup. Camps are co-ed except where noted. A supervised lunch break takes place from noon – 1pm. Lunch provided in full day programs, snack provided in half day programs. This summer–Get science!

Hopkins Developmental Middle School Girls Lacrosse Camp
Johns Hopkins University
410-516-7479
laxconnections@gmail.com
lacrosseconnections.com
June 23 – 26 from 9am-12pm
Girls in 5th – 8th grade
The camp is dedicated to successfully transitioning the middle school player to the high school level with a fun, high energy, and competitive atmosphere. We teach advanced skills and tactics to help them prepare for high school competition. Emphasis is placed on skill building and specialty situations.

Hopkins Little Jays
Girls Lacrosse Camp Session I
Johns Hopkins University
410-516-7479
laxconnections@gmail.com
lacrosseconnections.com
June 23 – 26 from 6pm-8pm
Girls 5 – 11 years old
Develop the fundamental skills of the game: throwing, catching, cradling, shooting, feeding, ground balls, and offensive and defensive skills improving each participants level of confidence! Counselors foster a love for the game through motivational and supportive instruction.

Hopkins Blue Jay
Overnight Girls Lacrosse Camp
Johns Hopkins University
410-516-7479
laxconnections@gmail.com
lacrosseconnections.com
June 29 – July 1 – overnight
and day camp options
Girls in 8th – 12th grade
Players learn advanced, contemporary, innovative skills, techniques, drills, and team concepts through active drills, small-sided games, and scrimmages. This is a high energy, specialized camp for players looking to take their game to the next level.

Mast Tennis Academy
College of Notre Dame
410-666-3373
david@masttennisacademy.com
masttennisacademy.com
June-August
Ages 4-16
All levels of tennis fun – beginner to advanced.

Mast Tennis Academy
Loyola University
410-666-3373
david@masttennisacademy.com
masttennisacademy.com
June-August
Ages 4-16
All levels of tennis fun – beginner to advanced.

Peabody Preparatory
Summer Session 2014
Mt. Vernon
410-234-4630
peabodyprep@jhu.edu
peabody.jhu.edu/register
June 20-Aug. 2
All ages
Young child/boys and pre-professional/August intensive dance, open ballet/contemporary teens-up. Music instruction, individual/group classes, string/harp/voice specialty programs.

Sports Broadcasting Camp
College of Notre Dame
800-319-0884
info@playbyplaycamps.com
playbyplaycamps.com
June 23-27
Ages 10-18
Learn from the pros. Make play-by-play, reporting, sports anchor and PTI style tapes. Host your own sports talk radio show. Meet celebrities and much more.

Summer at Friends
Homeland
410-649-3218
summercamp@friendsbalt.org
fscamp.org
June 16-Aug. 8
Ages 4-13
Ten acres of playing fields, two gymnasiums, two outdoor swimming pools, four multi-purpose tennis courts and multiple computer labs. Day camps, technology camps, sports, drama, and Spanish. All full-day camps include lunch plus snack.

The Goddard School
in Bare Hills, MD
Mt. Washington
410-486-2305
barehillsmd@goddardschools.com
goddardschools.com/barehillsmd
Year Round
Ages 6 weeks-Rising grade 2
It’s more than just daycare. Located in Bare Hills (just north of Mt. Washington), this summer camp program nurtures a lifelong love of learning by providing dedicated teachers in a private preschool setting.

Y Camp
Various locations
443-322-8000
ycamp@ymaryland.org
ymaryland.org
June 16-Aug. 22
Ages 5-17
Affordable summer learning and fun. Activities include field trips, swimming, nature exploration, crafts, sports, skits and more. Youth camps, teen adventure camps, overnight camp and specialty camps like robotics and science are available.

Baltimore County

Athletes & Authors Academy with NorthBay
Overnight Adventure
St. Paul’s School for Girls
443-632-1000
sduckett@spsfg.org
spsfg.org
Athletes & Authors: July 2014
NorthBay Overnight Adventure:
August 2014
Ages 7-13
Through athletic and in classroom activities, learn and reinstate values such as respect, teamwork, communication and trust. The overnight adventure includes a four-night stay at NorthBay in Cecil County using the outdoors as an integrating context.

Baltimore Fitness & Tennis
Pikesville
410-653-0166
bft@fitnessandtennis.com
fitnessandtennis.com
June 9-Aug. 22
Ages 4-17
Tennis for all ages, at all levels. Certified tennis professionals. Indoor climate controlled facility. Swimming, lunch and extended care available. Weekly rates as low as $249, up to 15% off if registered by Feb. 28.

Baltimore Tennis Patrons
Various locations
410-296-2100
tennis@tennispatrons.org
TennisPatrons.org
June 23-Aug. 3
Ages 4-17
Affordable and close-to-home tennis for fun, friendship and health. All abilities welcome. Featuring 10 and under tennis classes, play clubs and GRIPS Challenge. Flexible times and days. 6-weeks. Loaner racquets provided.

Beth El Early Childhood Center’s Summer Program
Pikesville
410-602-2245
ilenev@bethelbalto.com
bethelbalto.com/baer_summer_camp/
June 16-Aug. 15
Ages 2-5
Coppermine Fieldhouse is excited to manage the 2014 Summer Programs at Beth El. Activities include intro to sports, movement education, rhythm and dance, arts and crafts, LEGO challenges, story time, water play, and much more.

Beth Tfiloh Camps
Reisterstown
410-517-3451
mail@btcamps.org
btcamps.org
June 23-Aug. 15
Ages 4-15
60-acre campsite with bunkhouses, pavilions, ball fields, nature center, ropes course, playground, sport courts and art studios. Three pools, boating lake and splashpad. Teachers and certified instructors, daily swim lessons, travel camp, leadership training.

Beth Tfiloh Nursery Camp
Pikesville
410-517-3451
mail@btcamps.org
btcamps.org
June 23-Aug. 15
Ages 2-4
Certified teachers create a nurturing environment and ensure a positive experience for campers. Physical education, water play, story time, arts and crafts, singing, nature, Shabbat celebrations and special events. Flexible enrollment, extended day.

Between the Pipes
Growing Goalies
(Girls Lacrosse)
McDonogh School
410-823-4392
dixone20@comcast.net
goldmedallax.com
June 22-24
Grades 4-9
Instruction for the intermediate/beginner level goalkeeper with game like situations. Basic goalie skills broken down with individual instruction and emphasis placed on consistent execution of proper technique in footwork, angles and stickwork.

Between the Pipes
Super Savers
(Girls Lacrosse)
McDonogh School
410-823-4392
dixone20@comcast.net
goldmedallax.com
June 24-26
Grades 9-12
The advanced level goalkeeper will have individual attention and see a lot of shots to help sharpen her technique. Attention to detail will be given in footwork, angles, quickness and stickwork.

Camp BeeTree
Parkton
410-823-6500
sthompson@towsonpres.org
towsonpres.org/index.php/camp-beetree
July 7-11
Grades 1 through 5
Recreation, crafts, Bible learning and appreciation of the great outdoors. Campers rotate to four centers of learning throughout the day and learn from knowledgeable presenters. Teachers and teens lead campers in a fun and faith-filled full-day camp.

Camp Invention
Various locations
800-968-4332
campinvention@invent.org
campinvention.org
One-week sessions June-August
Grades 1 through 6
The weeklong experience immerses elementary school children in hands-on activities that reinvent summer fun. Children spend their time building original prototypes, creating a personalized motor-powered vehicle and taking apart electronics to construct a pinball machine.

Camp Rock
Parkville
410-665-7461
director@camprockmd.com
camprockmd.com
June 16-Aug. 15
Ages 4-12
Camp Rock is a certified Maryland Youth Summer camp. Weekly theme-based activities include nature trails, water activities, arts and crafts, sports, games, academic enrichment, meals and more. Activities are led by caring, certified counselors.

CCBC Summer Learning
Adventures Camp
Essex
443-840-4700
ccbcmd.edu/youth
June-August
Ages 7-17
Fulltime Day Camps begin in July and Half-day classes begin in June. Sessions include: Performing arts, STEM and SAT, creative arts, LEGO, photography, camp counselor-in-training, woodworking, martial arts, sports and more. Extended hours available.

Children’s Playhouse
of Maryland, Inc.
Essex
443.840.2426
cpm@ccbcmd.edu
cpmarts.org
July 21-Aug. 8
Ages 6-15
Three-week full-day program as students produce a show from start to finish – auditions to performance. Morning sessions include theatre, movement, music, prop construction and theatre production. The afternoon consists of rehearsals for Disney’s “High School Musical, Jr.”

Club Scientific Chesapeake
Various locations
443-928-6772
victor@clubscientific.com
ClubScientificChesapeake.com
June-August
Ages 4-14
For children who have an interest in how things work, what things are made of and how science works. All 29 programs include hands-on, minds-on activities taught by highly qualified instructors and meet or exceed the National Science Standards.

College for Kids
Towson
collegeforkids@towson.edu
towson.edu/collegeforkids
July 28-Aug. 1
Pre-K 4 through rising 5
Courses are designed to provide children with an earlier, more in-depth and more multi-faceted perspective. In addition to learning in an atmosphere that is challenging and fun, children enjoy the company of intellectual peers.

Community Art Center at Towson University Summer Art Camp
Towson
410-704-2351
cac@towson.edu
towson.edu/cac
June 23-Aug. 8
Ages 6-14
Create, explore and learn about art in a positive environment. Drawing, sculpture, painting, clay and mixed media taught by professional artists and art teachers. Activities are aimed at sparking creativity, developing new skills and nurturing innovation.

Coppermine Fieldhouse
Summer Camp
Baltimore
410-337-7781
info@copperminefieldhouse.com
copperminefieldhouse.com
June 2-Aug. 29
Ages 3½-15
12-acre campus with two outdoor turf fields, 2,600-square-foot outdoor playground and an outdoor pool. Over 12 exciting programs featuring soccer, lacrosse, gymnastics, outdoor adventure, creative play and more. We also have a location in Canton.

CSA Karate Camp
Owings Mills
410-559-3553
Jen@CSAKarate.com
CSAKarate.com
June 9-Aug. 22
Ages 4-12
An indoor camp with outdoor activities, campers enjoy Karate and other styles of the martial arts, daily swimming, arts and crafts and more. Run by an amazing team that nurtures campers and their individual needs.

Dance Elan Camp
St. Paul’s School for Girls
443-632-1000
sduckett@spsfg.org
spsfg.org
August 2014 (check website for details)
Ages 5-18
Dancers learn and hone dance skills tailored to age and experience. Workshops will range from ballet, tap and jazz to modern, musical theatre and tumbling, all taught by professional dancers. A performance showcases each class.

DaVinci Arts & Science Camp
St. Paul’s School for Girls
443-632-1000
sduckett@spsfg.org
spsfg.org
August 2014 (check website for details)
Ages 5-13
Explore the wonderful worlds of art and science, as did the great artist and scientist Leonardo DaVinci. This camp is designed to nurture campers’ innate curiosity via challenging activities, science experiments, exciting art projects and much more.

Driver’s Ed through
Town & Country Driving School
St. Paul’s School for Girls
443-632-1000
sduckett@spsfg.org
spsfg.org
Session one: June 2014 (details online)
Session two: July 2014 (details online)
Must be 15 to take the class
We provide the 10 classes and six hours of drive time needed for students to apply for their learner’s permit and/or driver’s license.

Genesee Valley Camp
Parkton
410-343-0101
camp@geneseevalley.org
geneseevalley.org
June 9-Aug. 22
Ages 4-17
Children play, explore and challenge themselves. Campers experience our extensive ropes course, as well as participate in activities that utilize the natural aspects of our property, such as lakes, forests, trails, farmland and fields.

The Good Shepherd
Summertime Camp
Towson
410-825-7139
Aco3553@aol.com
goodshepherd.ang-md.org
June 2-July 24, no Fridays
Ages 3-6
A variety of activities planned to develop skills and imagination. Arts and crafts, music, water play, outside time, story time and more. Fun themes are chosen to maximize the opportunity for enjoyment and building new friendships.

Greenspring Summer Fun
Lutherville
410-321-8555
swolf@greenspringmontessori.org
greenspringmontessori.org
June 23-Aug. 8
Ages 18 months-12
Program offers fun and educational activities throughout the summer, with a different theme each week. Each session is lead by an experienced, caring member of the school’s faculty. New friends and much fun for all.

Hopkins Little Jays
Girls Lacrosse Camp Session II
Baltimore Lutheran School
410-516-7479
laxconnections@gmail.com
lacrosseconnections.com
July 21 – 24 from 6pm-8pm
Girls 5 – 11 years old
Develop the fundamental skills of the game: throwing, catching, cradling, shooting, feeding, ground balls, and offensive and defensive skills improving each participants level of confidence! Counselors foster a love for the game through motivational and supportive instruction.

Irvine Nature Center
Owings Mills
443-738-9200
info@explorenature.org
explorenature.org
June 9-Aug. 22
Ages 2-15
Climb trees, catch frogs and explore the Caves Valley woodlands. Outdoor fun to create pathways for lessons in nature and ecology with 40 sessions with trail walks, science experiments, nature games, crafts and animal encounters.

JCC Tennis Camp
Owings Mills
410-559-3513
astein@jcc.org
jcc.org/camps
June 9-Aug. 29
Ages 5-14
Campers stay active with a mixture of drills and matches coupled with fast moving and fun indoor gym games. Matches, free hit time, Capture the Flag, Star Warz, Scooter Basketball, free swim. Weekly options.

JCC Aquatics Adventure Camp, Owings Mills
410-559-3513
sszembroth@jcc.org
jcc.org/camps
June 23-Aug. 15
Ages 6-18
Swimming skill enhancement is at the core of the each of the three age-appropriate challenge levels. Campers will expand their aquatics repertoire with each passing year, eventually learning boating safety, life-saving skills, SCUBA and more.

JCC Arts Camp at Milldale
Reisterstown
410-559-3513
dnewborn@jcc.org
campmilldale.org
June 23-Aug. 15
Grades 3-8
Youth with an interest in visual arts explore their creative side in a fun and supportive environment. Drawing, painting, printmaking, mosaics, jewelry design, paper making, art themed field trips, instructional and free swim, boating, zip line.

JCC Day Camp at Milldale
Reisterstown
410-559-3513
dnewborn@jcc.org
campmilldale.org
June 23-Aug. 15
Grades K-6
Children grow in an atmosphere that promotes self-confidence, integrity and respect for others. Instructional and free swim, sports, nature, boating, zip line, science, cooking, arts and crafts, Israeli dance, music, Shabbat celebrations, color war, carnival.

JCC Maccabi Sports Camp
Owings Mills
410-559-3513
rgertsovich@jcc.org
jcc.org/camps
June 23-Aug. 15
Grades 1-5
Athletes receive individualized expert coaching in a supportive environment. Focus is on skill development, teamwork and good sportsmanship. Each week features a different sports theme. Skills building, sports specific games, instructional swim, free swim, outdoor play.

JCC Performing Arts Camp
Owings Mills
410-559-3513
rbenesch@jcc.org
jcc.org/camps
July 7- Aug. 1
Grades 1-6
Young artists work with visiting specialists from Baltimore’s top performing arts organizations learning different techniques and gaining new skills. Improv acting, stage combat, voice, hip-hop dance, global dance, ceramics, free swim, outdoor fun.

JCC TNT - Top Notch Teens
Owings Mills
410-559-3513
bkerxton@jcc.org
jcc.org/camps
June 23-Aug. 15
Grades 7-8
Teens have fun, build leadership skills and earn community service hours. Mornings are spent assisting in summer camps, including Noah’s Ark, tennis camp, sports camp or arts camp. Afternoons are spent in electives that teens help create.

JCC/Speedo Boot Camp
Owings Mills
410-559-3513
sszembroth@jcc.org
jcc.org/camps
June 16-20 and Aug. 18-22
Ages 9-16
Level 5+ swimmers get a jumpstart on the swim team season. Certified USA Swimming coaches provide intense conditioning designed to improve physical endurance and strength. Campers will also focus on skill improvement and technique enhancements.

Kids Just Want To Have Fun:
Glee Edition
Owings Mills
410-559-3265
kidsjustwanttohavefunllc@yahoo.com
gfs.org/summer-camps
June 16-27
Ages 5-12 (girls)
Girls will spend time with their friends creating costumes and scenery, dancing and singing. The afternoon will be spent putting it all together to create a musical medley. Each camper will receive a CD with all the performances.

Lakeside Day Camp
Cockeysville
410-252-2046
info@padoniaparkclub.com
padoniaparkclub.com
Mid-June to Mid-August
Ages 5-13
Activities Camp for ages 5-13 offers flexible scheduling from one day to 10 weeks. Arts, athletics, recreational swimming, specials, ARC swim lessons. Adventure Camp is for ages 9-13, offering zip line, target sports, rock climbing.

LEGO Camp at the JCC
Owings Mills
410-559-3513
dnewborn@jcc.org
jcc.org/camps
Aug. 18-22
Grades K-5
Campers become LEGO engineers with the help of a Play-Well Engineering Instructor for part of the day and enjoy recreational activities for the other half. Free swim, arts and crafts, playground and gym time.

LIT/CIT Program at
JCC Camps at Milldale
Reisterstown
410-559-3548
amax@jcc.org
campmilldale.org
June 23-Aug. 15
Grades 9-10
Younger teens gain leadership skills as junior counselors. Older teens receive more intensive training on camp program planning and best practices in working with children. All participants earn community service hours.

Mast Tennis Academy
Saint James Academy
410-666-3373
david@masttennisacademy.com
masttennisacademy.com
June-August
Ages 4-16
All levels of tennis fun – beginner to advanced.

Mast Tennis Academy
Hayfields
410-666-3373
david@masttennisacademy.com
masttennisacademy.com
June-August
Ages 4-16
Four prime locations where kids of all skill levels, age and ability can learn the sport of a lifetime – tennis. Directed and overseen by David Mast.

Mast Tennis Academy
Garrison Forest
410-666-3373
david@masttennisacademy.com
masttennisacademy.com
June-August
Ages 4-16
Four prime locations where kids of all skill levels, age and ability can learn the sport of a lifetime – tennis. Directed and overseen by David Mast.

McDonogh Summer Programs
Owings Mills
443-544-7100
summer@mcdonogh.org
8600 McDonogh Road
June 23-Aug. 1
Ages 4-17
For over 80 years, McDonogh has been offering quality summer programs for children ages 4 to 18. The McDonogh Summer Programs include an array of traditional day camps, academic experiences and day and overnight sports clinics.

Musical Theatre Summer Camp
Towson
410-837-0971
info@MusicalArtistsTheatre.com
MusicalArtistsTheatre.com
June 23-July 3
Ages 6-15
Singing, dancing, acting, costumes and stagecraft, taught by professional staff. Counselors guide children all day as they learn songs, rehearse scenes, make costumes, design the set and perform a Broadway-style revue.

Nature Camps, Inc.
Monkton
410-935-1545
infinitebluebirds@gmail.com
naturecamps.com
June 16-Aug. 8
Ages 4-16
Day Camp (4-16): Children choose activities: hiking, ropes course, crafts, pottery, canoeing, swimming, family overnights and concerts. Teen Adventure (13-16): Two weeks away: Organic farm; Appalachian Trail; two weeks day camp.

Nike Girls Soccer Camp
at Goucher College
Towson
1-800-645-3226
soccer@ussportscamps.com
ussportscamps.com/soccer/nike/nike-soccer-camp-goucher-college
July
Ages 10-18
At NIKE Soccer Camps, our goal is to stimulate a love for the game by showing girls how to accelerate their own progress and success. Join women’s head coach Tati Korba for a week of soccer training.

Noah’s Ark Superstars Sports Camp
Owings Mills
410-559-3557
epeisach@jcc.org
jcc.org/camps
Aug.4-15
Ages 4-5
Campers who love sports build skills, gain confidence and develop sportsmanship. After a day of team fun, they cool off in the pool and on our spray ground. Soccer, T-ball, basketball, free swim.

Noah’s Ark
Owings Mills
410-559-3557
epeisach@jcc.org
jcc.org/camps
June 16-Aug. 15
Ages 2-5
Young children thrive in our safe and nurturing environment guided by experienced early childhood educators. Campers enjoy our gyms, pools, spray ground, and Biblical, universal and natural playgrounds. Swim, nature and gardening, dance, and Israeli culture.

Noah’s Ark NEXT
Owings Mills
410-559-3557
epeisach@jcc.org
jcc.org/camps
June 16-Aug. 15
Ages 4-5
Maturing campers enjoy a ramped up camp experience where exciting new activities are added to their familiar camp day. Swim, sports, dance and yoga, cooking, nature and hiking, art and Israeli culture.

Park School Camps
Baltimore
410-339-4120
parkcamps@parkschool.net
.parkcamps.com
June 16-Aug. 1
Ages 3 1/2 to 12
Park Camps will provide action packed, wholesome experiences for campers. Campers will explore the woods, stream, pond on the 100-acre campus.

Peabody Preparatory
Summer Session 2014
Towson
410-234-4630
peabodyprep@jhu.edu
peabody.jhu.edu/register
June 20-Aug. 2
All ages
Young child/boys dance and pre-professional/August intensive dance, open ballet/contemporary teens-up; music instruction individual/group classes, string/harp/voice specialty programs.

Pumpkin Theatre
Owings Mills
410-902-1814
pumpkintheatre@verizon.net
pumpkintheatre.org
June-August
Ages 4-17
Theatre performance. Campers play games and also rehearse and perform. Campers have fun playing while learning and promoting creativity. Led by theater professionals. The programs are designed to develop new skills while having fun.

St. James Academy
Summer Program
Monkton 
410-771-4816
JConnelly@saintjamesacademy.org
saintjamesacademy.org
June 10-Aug. 23
Ages 5-14
Lego Robotics Challenge, Summer with My Doll, The Mast Tennis Academy, Bricks 4 Kidz, Camp Invention, Soccer Source 360 and Fast Flicks Field Hockey, playgrounds, athletic fields, tennis courts, gymnasium and theater.

St. Timothy’s
Summer Riding Camp
Stevenson
410-486-7400 3143
riding@stt.org
stt.org/pages/07---equestrian-program/equestrian---summer-riding-camp
June 23-Aug. 15
Ages 4-14
Riding lessons, horsemanship lessons, arts crafts. Pony camps weekly for ages 4 to 7, half and full day options. Regular camp on two-week rotations throughout the summer. Advanced camps for riders looking to show or compete.

Safe Sitter
Babysitting Training Course
St. Paul’s School for Girls
443-632-1000
sduckett@spsfg.org
spsfg.org
July 2014 (check website for details)
Ages 5-11
Teaches adolescent boys and girls to be safe nurturing babysitters with classes that include CPR/first aid training, a handbook of activities to do with children and emergency situation preparedness.

Summer at Loyola Blakefield
Towson
443-841-3328
babbott@loyolablakefield.org
loyolablakefield.org
June 9-Aug. 1
Ages 6-18
From our excellent academic, enrichment and adventure camps, to our fantastic sports camps, where you enjoy the finest high school athletic facilities in the country, a summer at Blakefield offers you fun, education and a rewarding summer experience.

Summer at St. Paul’s Plus
Brooklandville
410-823-0061
ecooke@stpaulsplus.org
stpaulsplus.org
June 9-Aug. 22
Ages 2-5 (2-year-olds must be enrolled for the fall school year
Quality staff trained in early childhood education lead small groups as they explore exciting themes that run for three weeks. Rebounders, water play, art, cooking and much more await you at SPP.

Summer Camp
at The Odyssey School
Stevenson
410-580-5551
summercamp@theodysseyschool.org
theodysseyschool.org
June 23-July 25
Ages 6-14
Summer Camp at The Odyssey School is a specialized summer camp for children with dyslexia and other language learning differences.

The Goddard School
Sparks
410-472-2232
sparksmd@goddardschool.com
goddardschools.com/sparksmd
Year Round
Ages 6 weeks-Rising grade 1
It’s more than just daycare. The Goddard School located in Sparks offers an accredited childcare program that nurtures a lifelong love of learning by providing certified teachers in a preschool setting.

Tiyulim Travel Camp
Owings Mills
410-559-3547
bkerxton@jcc.org
jcc.org/camps
July 7-Aug. 1
Grades 5-6
Week one features local adventures that will include team building and community service activities. Week two consists of a five-day/four-night road trip with new friends, visiting famous theme parks and national attractions.

Towson University
Summer Sports Camps
Towson
410-704-2759
sportscamps@towson.edu
towsontigers.com
June August
Ages 6-18
Towson University offers an extensive list of summer sport camp options for your child. Come meet, play and learn from some of the best regional coaches and support staff around.

Ultimate Sports Camp
St. Paul’s School for Girls
443-632-1000
sduckett@spsfg.org
spsfg.org
August 2014 (check website for details)
Ages 5-13
Basketball, soccer, volleyball, kickball, flag football, dodgeball, capture the flag, badminton, flag tag, mission impossible, bowling, indoor lacrosse, swimming and more.

Y Camp
Various locations
443-322-8000
ycamp@ymaryland.org
ymaryland.org
June 16-Aug. 22
Ages 5-17
Affordable summer learning and fun. Activities include field trips, swimming, nature exploration, crafts, sports, skits and more. Youth camps, teen adventure camps, overnight camp and specialty camps like robotics and science are available.

Carroll County

Abrakadoodle Art Education
Various locations
410-381-5566
lmarianelli@abrakadoodle.com
abrakadoodle.com/md04
June 23-Aug. 22
Ages 2-11
Art camps for children at local convenient locations. The most comprehensive art program that encourages all artists to find their own style with popular themes like Yummy Art, Beach Party, Anime, Storybook Art and more.

Camp Invention
Various locations
800-968-4332
campinvention@invent.org
campinvention.org
One-week sessions June-August
Grades rising 1 through 6
The weeklong experience immerses elementary school children in hands-on activities that reinvent summer fun. Children spend their time building original prototypes, creating a personalized motor-powered vehicle and taking apart electronics to construct a pinball machine.

Carroll County Dance Center
Sykesville
410-795-3255
info@carrollcountydancecenter.com
carrollcountydancecenter.com
June-August
Ages 6-12
Students experience a wide variety of dance forms, including ballet, modern, jazz and more. They design and create fabulous costumes and scenery and practice the fundamentals of stage make-up. Also, swimming, ice cream, storytelling.

McDaniel College
Nike Field Hockey Camp
Westminster
1-800-645-3226
fieldhockey@ussportscamps.com
ussportscamps.com/fieldhockey/nike/mcdaniel-college-nike-field-hockey-camp/
July 11-14
Ages 11-18
Head Coach Melissa Jones invites you to attend an all skills camp that focuses on skill development. Field hockey drills and team play reflect the latest instructional techniques.

River Valley Ranch
Manchester
443-712-1010
dsteele@rivervalleyranch.com
4443 Grave Run Road
June-August
Ages 4-17
Dynamic experiences, committed staff and significant life impact describes what you’ll experience at RVR. Paintball, horses, skateboarding, the longest camp zip line in America are only a few of the awesome experiences you can have.

Summer Kids@Carroll
and Teen College
Westminster
410-386-8100
cet@carrollcc.edu
carrollcc.edu/summerkids
June 23-Aug. 8
Ages 3-15
A summer enrichment program in a camp-like environment. Half-day age-appropriate programs are rich with hands-on activities in a range of topics including art, Harry Potter, performance, woodworking, technology, cooking, career camps, video game design, STEM and more.

Y Camp
Various locations
443-322-8000
ycamp@ymaryland.org
ymaryland.org
June 16th - August 22nd
Ages 5-17
Affordable summer learning and fun. Activities include field trips, swimming, nature exploration, crafts, sports, skits and more. Youth camps, teen adventure camps, overnight camp and specialty camps like robotics and science are available.

Cecil County

Girl Scout’s Great Adventures Summer Camp
Conowingo
410-358-9711
camp@gscm.org
gscm.org/camps/
June 16-Aug. 8
Entering grades 2-12 (girls)
Summer resident camp where girls experience the outdoors in a safe and caring community. Our overnight camps offer a variety of exciting programs including horseback riding, hiking, trips, canoeing, high and low ropes, archery, all led by experienced counselors.

Sandy Hill Camp
North East
410-287-5554
info@sandyhillcamp.com
SandyHillCamp.com
June 22-Aug. 15
Ages 8-16
Sail and waterski on the Chesapeake Bay, ride a horse, fly down the zip line, scale a 50-foot climbing tower. A family-owned, ACA-accredited, residential camp offering action-packed one-week and two-week sessions.

DC/Suburbs

Camp Invention
Various locations
800-968-4332
campinvention@invent.org
campinvention.org
One-week sessions June-August
Grades rising 1 through 6
The weeklong experience immerses elementary school children in hands-on activities that reinvent summer fun. Children spend their time building original prototypes, creating a personalized motor-powered vehicle and taking apart electronics to construct a pinball machine.

Camp Shakespeare
Washington, DC, Silver Spring
202-547-5688
campstc@shakespearetheatre.org
ShakespeareTheatre.org/Camp-Shakespeare
June 16-Aug. 9
Ages 7-18
Under the guidance of theatre professionals, participants unravel Shakespeare’s plays with text analysis; transform into characters through voice, movement and improvisation work; wage battles against mortal enemies with stage combat; and develop fundamental acting skills.

Camp Sonshine
Silver Spring
301-989-CAMP
campcustomercare@campsonshine.org
campsonshine.org
June 16-Aug. 15
Ages 4-17
From go-karts and swimming, to the carefully selected staff, to the innovative programming, we strive to give each camper a safe and unforgettable summer. Programs are tailored to meet the developmental needs of each age group.

Club Scientific Chesapeake
Various locations
443-928-6772
victor@clubscientific.com
ClubScientificChesapeake.com
June-August
Ages 4-14
For children who have an interest in how things work, what things are made of and how science works. All 29 programs include hands-on, minds-on activities taught by highly qualified instructors and meet or exceed the National Science Standards.

Nike Ultimate Camp Maryland
Lanham
1-800-645-3226
ultimate@ussportscamps.com
www.ussportscamps.com/ultimate/nike/nike-ultimate-camp-maryland/
TBD for 2014
Ages 13-18
The Nike Ultimate Camp Maryland offers a half-day camp with daily instruction from a top-notch staff. Our experienced instructors educate campers about advanced fundamentals and techniques to aid in each camper’s success.

Round House Theatre
Summer Programs
Silver Spring and Bethesda
301-585-1225
education@roundhousetheatre.org
roundhousetheatre.org/education/programs-for-youth/summer-programs/
June 16-Aug. 22
Grades K-12
Our summer programs inspire creativity, exercise imaginations, promote artistic risk-taking and explore unique ways to tell stories through theatre. Round House’s teaching artists nurture students’ individual talents in an environment of creative collaboration and ensemble building.

Frederick County

Camp Invention
Various locations
800-968-4332
campinvention@invent.org
campinvention.org
One-week sessions June-August
Grades rising 1 through 6
The weeklong experience immerses elementary school children in hands-on activities that reinvent summer fun. Children spend their time building original prototypes, creating a personalized motor-powered vehicle and taking apart electronics to construct a pinball machine.

Camp Manidokan
Knoxville
800-922-6795
camp.registrar@verizon.net
funfriendsfaith.org
June 15-Aug. 9
Ages 8-18
Located across from historic Harpers Ferry, this site offers swimming, rafting, kayaking, drama, sports, nature activities, ropes course, climbing wall, hiking, ga ga ball, two zip lines, crafts and more.

Harford County

Camp Invention
Various locations
800-968-4332
campinvention@invent.org
campinvention.org
One-week sessions June-August
Grades rising 1 through 6
The weeklong experience immerses elementary school children in hands-on activities that reinvent summer fun. Children spend their time building original prototypes, creating a personalized motor-powered vehicle and taking apart electronics to construct a pinball machine.

The Highlands School
Summer Academic Program
Bel Air
410-836-1415
info@highlandsschool.net
highlandsschool.net
June 30-Aug. 1
Ages 7-14
Five-week, half-day morning academic program with activities in math and language arts. Any child needing to maintain or improve skills over the summer in math, reading fluency and comprehension, decoding, spelling and written expression would benefit.

Y Camp
Various locations
443-322-8000
ycamp@ymaryland.org
ymaryland.org
June 16-Aug. 22
Ages 5-17
Affordable summer learning and fun. Activities include field trips, swimming, nature exploration, crafts, sports, skits and more. Youth camps, teen adventure camps, overnight camp and specialty camps like robotics and science are available.

Howard County

Abrakadoodle Art Education
Various locations
410-381-5566
lmarianelli@abrakadoodle.com
abrakadoodle.com/md04
June 23-Aug. 22
Ages 2-11
Art camps for children at local convenient locations. The most comprehensive art program that encourages all artists to find their own style with popular themes like Yummy Art, Beach Party, Anime, Storybook Art and more.

Amazing Futures Kid Empowerment Smashing ANTs
& Leadership Summer Program
Columbia, Clarksville, Ellicott City
410-707-6288
Nancy@SmashingANTs.com
smashingants.com
Various weeks throughout the summer
Ages 7-13
Activities with emphasis on confidence building. Kids learn how to recognize and smash their ANTs (Automatic Non-Supportive Thoughts) and develop leadership skills and behave in a way that makes a difference in their own lives and their community.

Backstage Dance Camp
Columbia
410-312-0900
info@thebackstagedancestudio.com
thebackstagedancestudio.com
June 23-July 25
Ages 3-16
We have been successfully conducting dance camps for the past 26 years. Our full and half-day camps taught by qualified instructors are fun and offer creative ways to learn the foundations of dance. No dance experienced required.

Ballet Royale Institute of Maryland Children’s Dance
and Move Workshop
Ellicott City
410-997-8443
balletroyale@verizon.net
balletroyale.com
Aug. 4-15
Ages 5-8
A two-week workshop of ballet, modern, creative choreography, jazz contemporary and Broadway dance. Mornings include Individual correction, with emphases on movement quality and correct technique all while improving classical ballet skills. Afternoons include contemporary, jazz and Broadway choreography.

Ballet Royale Institute of Maryland Children’s Dance
and Move Workshop
Ellicott City
410-997-8443
balletroyale@verizon.net
balletroyale.com
Aug. 4-22
Ages 9-23
A program for serious dance students of elementary, intermediate and advanced levels: three weeks of excitement and learning and three weeks to perform. Training will include ballet, Pointe, Pas De Deux or Variations, men’s technique, contemporary, modern and jazz.

Baltimore Tennis Patrons
Various locations
410-296-2100
tennis@tennispatrons.org
TennisPatrons.org
June 23-Aug. 1
Ages 4-17
Affordable and close-to-home tennis for fun, friendship and health. All abilities welcome. Featuring 10 and under tennis classes, play clubs. and the GRIPS Challenge. Flexible times and days. 5 weeks. Loaner racquets provided.

Bet Yeladim Summer Camps
Columbia
410-997-7378
bfrederick@betyeladim.org
betyeladim.org
June 23-Aug. 8
Ages 2-5
Full and part-day options. Enjoy specialty camp programs such as Far-Out Science, Little Chefs, yoga and more. Bet Yeladim is licensed by the MSDE and all activities are led by experienced educators.

Bricks 4 Kidz
Columbia
410-927-5455
scrider@bricks4kidz.com
bricks4kidz.com/ellicottcity-md
June-August
Ages 5-12
Voted Best Summer Camp of 2013 by Maryland Family Magazine Subscribers. With a variety of LEGO based themes and dates throughout the summer, there is sure to be a camp for your child.

Camp Attaway
Columbia
410-730-2633
moreinfo@campattaway.org
campattaway.org
June 27-July 18
Ages 7-13
Therapeutic recreation three-week day camp for children with emotional and behavioral disorders and a 1:2 staff to child ratio. Activities include arts and crafts, nature, rock climbing, swimming, cooperative games to promote teamwork and parent education and support group.

Camp Invention
Various locations
800-968-4332
campinvention@invent.org
campinvention.org
One-week sessions June-August
Grades rising 1 through 6
The weeklong experience immerses elementary school children in hands-on activities that reinvent summer fun. Children spend their time building original prototypes, creating a personalized motor-powered vehicle and taking apart electronics to construct a pinball machine.

Camp Oasis
Columbia
410-730-8113
trissie@longreach.org
campoasis.org
June 23-July 3, July 7-18
and July 21-Aug. 1
Ages 4-12
At Camp Oasis, boys and girls work in age groups to have fun in music, drama, arts and crafts, sports, games and daily swimming. Each camper will bring home plenty of arts and crafts projects for their parents to enjoy.

Center Ring Circus Camp
Columbia
443-996-8197
gregorymay@verizon.net
CenterRingCircusSchool.com
June 23-Aug. 22
Ages 8-13
Join us for exciting days filled with circus arts: fabric and static bar trapeze, tightrope, unicycling, juggling and pies in the face. Show off your skills in a performance at the end of every session.

Circle D Farm Summer Day Camp
Woodbine
301-854-6651
info@circledfarm.com
CircleDFarm.com
June 23-Aug. 8
Ages 6-12
We are located on 150-acre farm. Camp is for boys and girls. We offer swimming, horses, arts and crafts, mini golf, general sports, tennis, nature walks, weekly family cookouts and so much more.

Club Scientific Chesapeake
Various locations
443-928-6772
victor@clubscientific.com
ClubScientificChesapeake.com
June-August
Ages 4-14
For children who have an interest in how things work, what things are made of and how science works. All 29 programs include hands-on, minds-on activities taught by highly qualified instructors and meet or exceed the National Science Standards.

Columbia Association Summer Camps
Columbia
410-715-3165
Camps@ColumbiaAssociation.org
ColumbiaCamps.org
June 16 - Aug. 22
Ages 3.5-18 years
Registration Now Open! More than 20 different camps offering nature, sports, art, adventure trips and much more! Before & After Care also available. CA CAMPS ... where kids want to be!

Columbia Montessori School
Columbia
410-772-8353
cms4kids@verizon.net
columbiamontessori.com
June 9-Aug. 22
Ages 2 1/2 (toilet trained) to 7
Join us this summer as we learn about life in other countries as well as build cultural awareness and global respect. Activities include: swimming (3 times weekly), Spanish, art, music, yoga, Jumpbunch, academics, computer, in-house field trips.

Dance Intensive
Ellicott City
410-480-1686
kinetics.school@verizon.net
kineticsdance.org
Aug. 11-15
Ages 10 and up
Students have daily technique classes in ballet and modern with special guest teachers. Dancers will take specialty classes that include lyrical, jazz, tap, hip-hop, yoga, composition and more.

Dance/Fitness/Musical Theatre
Columbia
410-715 8764
genesisarts5@gmail.com
genesisarts.net
All summer
Ages 2-18
We offer dance, fitness and musical theatre camps with themes, technique and a focus on personal growth.

Dancing Fairytales
Ellicott City
410-480-1686
kinetics.school@verizon.net
howardcountymd.gov/camps.htm
July 7-11
Ages 3-6
Share in a week of classic fairytales; each day focuses on a different fairytale adventure. Your little dancers will share in story time and embark on an adventure learning ballet, tap and creative movement.

Glenelg Country School
Ellicott City
410-531-8600
summerprograms@glenelg.org
glenelg.org/summer
June 23-Aug. 1
Ages 4-17
Traditional day, adventure, sport and specialized camps on an 87-acre wooded campus. Campers enjoy opportunities to utilize the pool, tennis courts, playing fields, computers and other amenities. Extended day programs, swim lessons and pool memberships are available.

Glenwood Country Day School’s Summer Adventure Camp
Glenwood
410-4895203
administration@glenwoodcounntrydayschool.com
glenwoodcountrydayschool.com
June 9-Aug. 22
Ages 2-12
Summer Adventures camp has an exciting new adventure each week. The adventure is led by our teachers. Your child’s teacher leads her group throughout the day with many hands-on activities on our 40-acre campus.

Grace Adventures Day Camp
Fulton
240-553-1090
graceadventures@gcconline.org
graceadventurescamp.org
June 30-Aug. 1
Ages 4-17
From exciting outdoor adventures to the creative arts, we have an activity for everyone. Our well-trained, mature and absolutely fun-loving staff will take your kids on an adventure of a lifetime.

Howard County Arts Council’s Visual & Performing Arts Camp
Ellicott City
410-313-2787
info@hocoarts.org
hocoarts.org
June 23-Aug. 15
Grades K-7
We offer eight one-week sessions of varied art-themed camps taught by experienced art teachers. Activities include drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, crafts, fiber art, dance, acting and much more for a summer of art adventure.

Howard County Conservancy
Woodstock
410-465-8877
camp@hcconservancy.org
hcconservancy.org/summer-nature-camps
June 23-Aug. 15
Ages 5-12
The Conservancy offers full-day nature camps in one-week sessions. Our nature camps encourage children to learn about Howard County’s ecology and natural history through fun and exciting hikes, experiments, stories and hands-on exploration.

Howard County Conservancy
at Belmont
Elkridge
410-465-8877
camp@hcconservancy.org
hcconservancy.org/summer-nature-camps
July 21-August 15
Ages 8-11
The Conservancy offers full-day nature camps in one-week sessions. Our nature camps encourage children to learn about Howard County’s ecology and natural history through fun and exciting hikes, experiments, stories and hands-on exploration.

Junior Dance Intensive
Ellicott City
410-480-1686
kinetics.school@verizon.net
kineticsdance.org
August 11-15
Ages 7-9
Designed for younger students who want to sample many styles of dance. Dancers will have daily technique classes in ballet and modern as well as specialty classes including lyrical, jazz, tap, hip hop, yoga, composition and more. 

Kiddie Academy of Elkridge
Elkridge
410-799-7722
kaelkridge@yahoo.com
kiddieacademy.com/elkridge
June 20-August
Ages 2-12
Our children engage in fun filed hands-on activities that encourage the whole child development. We promote creativity, curiosity and positive self-esteem. We help to introduce new skills, friends and desire to learn.

Kids on Campus
Columbia
443-518-4110
koc@howardcc.edu
howardcc.edu/kidsoncampus
June 23-Aug. 15
Ages 7-17
A unique academic enrichment program for students ages 7-17 with half-day/whole day, one-week/two week options. Over 150 interactive, career exploration and enrichment classes scheduled over an eight-week summer period.

Olenka School of Music
Columbia, Ellicott City
410-309-0770
osm.officemanager@gmail.com
olenkaschoolofmusic.com
June 16-Aug. 17
Ages infant-14
Music Together, Preschool and Elementary Crazy Keyboards, Singing Stars Lab, Vocal Performers Lab, Creative Songwriting Lab, Creative Musicians Lab, Music Explorers, Around the World with Music, Circus Comes to Music Town, Singin’ in the U.S.A. and more.

Power to Move: A Movement
for Boys Camp by Kinetics
Dance Theatre
Ellicott City
410-480-1686
kinetics.school@verizon.net
howardcountymd.gov/camps.htm
June 23-27
Ages 3-6
Two classes offered each day, one creative movement and one specialty class such as rhythm, hip-hop, tap dance, tumbling or capoeira. Each day has time devoted to craft activities and an obstacle course.

Rising Stars Dance Camp
Ellicott City
410-480-1686
kinetics.school@verizon.net
howardcountymd.gov/camps.htm
June 30-July 4
Ages 7-9
This camp teaches your child the spa rkle, skills and confidence needed to follow their dreams and become a star. Variety of dance styles, including jazz, lyrical, hip-hop, musical theatre and more.

Robinson Nature Center Camps
Columbia
410-313-0400
robinsonnaturecenter@howardcountymd.gov
howardcountymd.gov/RobinsonNatureCenter.htm
June 11-Aug. 22
Ages 2-14
Unique parent/child mini-camps, half-day and full-day camps. We connect kids to the outdoors through games, art, river investigation, performance, space discoveries and live animal encounters. Experienced staff, LEED platinum facility, planetarium space and access to the Middle Patuxent River.

Trinity Summer Camp
Ellicott City
443-498-5093
ssweeney@trinityschoolmd.org
trinityschoolmd.org/students/summerprogram.php
June 9-Aug. 8
Ages 3 1/2-13
Nine one-week sessions. Extended care is available. Our trained staff includes teachers, coaches and college students who are education majors. Our campus is beautiful and secluded for outdoor activities. Air-conditioned space also available.

Under the Sea Adventures
Ellicott City
410-480-1686
kinetics.school@verizon.net
kineticsdance.org
July 28-Aug. 1
Ages 3-6
Dive into a week of wonder under the sea. We’ll explore our underwater theme with a week of stories, crafts, ballet, creative movement, songs and sea creatures. Wear dance attire; bring ballet and tap shoes.

Y Camp
Various locations
443-322-8000
ycamp@ymaryland.org
ymaryland.org
June 16-Aug. 22
Ages 5-17
Affordable summer learning and fun. Activities include field trips, swimming, nature exploration, crafts, sports, skits and more. Youth camps, teen adventure camps, overnight camp and specialty camps like robotics and science are available.

Pennsylvania

Capital Camps
Waynesboro, PA
301-468-2267
info@capitalcamps.org
capitalcamps.org
June 22-Aug. 17
Grades 2-12
Our talented staff provides experiences full of laughter, friendship and memories while challenging campers to try new things, be independent and grow as individuals. At the core of our program is a sense of Jewish community.

Camp Invention
Various locations
800-968-4332
campinvention@invent.org
campinvention.org
One-week sessions June-August
Grades rising 1 through 6
The weeklong experience immerses elementary school children in hands-on activities that reinvent summer fun. Children spend their time building original prototypes, creating a personalized motor-powered vehicle and taking apart electronics to construct a pinball machine.

Virginia

Camp Invention
Various locations
800-968-4332
campinvention@invent.org
campinvention.org
One-week sessions June-August
Grades rising 1 through 6
The weeklong experience immerses elementary school children in hands-on activities that reinvent summer fun. Children spend their time building original prototypes, creating a personalized motor-powered vehicle and taking apart electronics to construct a pinball machine.

Camp Tall Timbers
15 miles west of Winchester, VA
800-862-2678
glenn@camptalltimbers.com
camptalltimbers.com
June 22-Aug. 16
Ages 7-15
Camp Tall Timbers offers programs that help to foster a camper’s personal development via participation in a broad range of activities. Two- and three-week sessions for boys and girls in grades 1-10.

West Virginia

Camp Twin Creeks
Marlinton, WV
800-451-8806
info@camptwincreeks.com
camptwincreeks.com
June 22-Aug. 16
Ages 7-16
Camp Twin Creeks offers an unrivaled natural setting in the stunning Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia and a truly American summer camp experience. Waterskiing, horseback riding, ropes course, waterfront, sports, fine arts and more.

Wicomico County

Nike Softball Camp,
Salisbury University
Salisbury
1-800-645-3226
softball@ussportscamps.com
ussportscamps.com/softball/nike/
salisbury-university/
June 22-26
Ages 8-18
Salisbury University is a great place for kids to come work on their fielding and hitting, take their game to the next level and make lasting friendships. Directing the camp this summer is Dr. Tom Stitcher.