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Maryland Family's summer-camp guide 2015

Genesee Valley summer camp
Genesee Valley summer camp(Barbara Haddock Taylor, Baltimore Sun)

It's time to start thinking about summer camp, and this guide, which is a special advertising section of the Baltimore Sun Media Group, is an invaluable resource for Baltimore-area families.

Anne Arundel County
Abrakadoodle Art Education
Various locations
410-381-5566
lmarianelli@abrakadoodle.com
All summer

Ages 3½-9

Children will develop art skills, encourage their creativity and inspired by master and contemporary artists in half day camps throughout Central Maryland. Fun themes like Yummy Art, Beach Party Art, Storybook Art and many more!
Camp Invention
Various locations
800-968-4332
campinvention@invent.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
June-August
Ages 4-15
40 themed camps with topics in chemistry, earth, life, food and physical science as well as technology camps in rocket science, technology, robotics and engineering, film and special effects, and video game design.
Musical Theatre
Summer Camp
Glen Burnie
410-837-0971
info@MusicalArtistsTheatre.com
July 13-24
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
Aug. 3-14
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
June 19-Aug. 1
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
June 14-31
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
June 15-Aug. 21
Ages 4-17
Discover what you love at Y Camp! Choose from a variety of camps and interests including day camp, overnight camp, sports, swim, art, drama, science and more! Over 20 Y Camp locations near you. Register early for the best savings! Financial assistance is available.
Baltimore City
Baltimore Lab School Summer 2014
Charles Village
410-261-5500
summer@baltimorelabschool.org
July 6-31
Grades 1-12
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
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 Goddard School
Bare Hills
410-486-2305
barehillsmd@goddardschools.com
Year Round
Ages 6 weeks-Rising grade 1
It’s more than just daycare. The Goddard School located in Sparks offers a childcare program that nurtures a lifelong love of learning by providing dedicated teachers in a private preschool setting.
Kids Kaleidoscope at
Roland Park Country School
Baltimore
410-323-5500
kelld@rpcs.org
June 15-Aug. 28
Ages 3-9
Traditional day camp and specialty campus are offered on the Roland Park Country School campus. Offerings include arts and crafts, sports, drama, science and cooking.
Mast Tennis Academy
Various locations
443-739-3655
david@masttennisacademy.com
June-August
Ages 4-16 (co-ed)
We have children of all ages and abilities enjoying tennis camp since 1995. We have several different locations in Baltimore County, Baltimore City and Harford County.
Noah’s Ark
Park Heights
410-500-5936
zprice@jcc.org
June 22-Aug. 14
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.
Peabody Preparatory Summer Session 2014
Mt. Vernon
410-234-4630
peabodyprep@jhu.edu
June 19-Aug. 1
All ages
Young children and pre-professional, August intensive dance, open ballet/contemporary for teens and up. Music instruction, individual/group classes, string/harp/voice specialty programs. Also Chamber Week, Aug. 1-5, and Allegro Strings Camps, Aug. 8-12.
Sports Broadcasting Camp
Baltimore
800-319-0884
info@playbyplaycamps.com
June 22-26
Ages 10-18
Learn from the pros. Meet celebrities. Make play-by-play, reporting and sports anchor tapes. Host your own sports talk radio show and much more!
Summer at Friends
Homeland
410-649-3218
summercamp@friendsbalt.org
Check website for 2015 dates
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.
Y Camp
Various locations
443-322-8000
ycamp@ymaryland.org
June 15-Aug. 21
Ages 4-17
Discover what you love at Y Camp! Choose from a variety of camps and interests including day camp, overnight camp, sports, swim, art, drama, science and more! Over 20 Y Camp locations near you. Register early for the best savings! Financial assistance is available.
Baltimore County
Baltimore County
Sailing Center
Essex
410-391-0196
registrar@bcsailing.org
Ages 8-18
BCSC Summer Camp is a unique and unforgettable experience. Learning to sail requires spatial awareness, problem-solving skills, balance and determination. At BCSC, every child who has enrolled in our camps wanting to learn to sail, has been able to do so by the end of a two week sailing camp.
Baltimore Elite
Martial Arts Academy
Baltimore County
410-663-9123
info@bemaa.com
June 1-Aug. 28
Ages 3-14
Open 6:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m., Monday-Friday. Martial arts classes every day, field trips every day, swimming, skating, laser tag and more.
Baltimore Fitness & Tennis
Pikesville
410-653-0166
garth@fitnessandtennis.com
June 8-Aug. 28 
Ages 4-17
Tennis improvement and fun with the best pros in Baltimore! 12, 1-week sessions from 9am to 4pm. Extended care, lunch and swimming are available. Beginner to tournament level players welcome! Early registration discounts available through 2/28/15! Reserve your space today.
Baltimore Tennis Patrons
Various locations
410-296-2100
tennis@tennispatrons.org
June 22-Aug. 2
Ages 4-17
We feature 10 & under classes, team tennis, cardio and the Grips Challenge. Expert coaches! Numerous locations. Select evening, weekday or weekend programs. Loaner racquets!
Beth El Early Childhood Center’s Summer Program
Pikesville
410-602-2245
ilenev@bethelbalto.com
June 22-Aug. 7
Ages 2-5
Coppermine Fieldhouse is excited to manage the 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
June 22-Aug. 14
Ages 4-15
New for 2015: Hot Lunch! A traditional day camp on 60 acres. Supervision by teachers and certified instructors. Arts and crafts, singing, cheerleading, nature, boating, sports, swim lessons, ropes course, Jewish culture. Specialty art, sports, survival, theater and travel camps, and leadership training. Supervised transportation to Baltimore and Howard Counties. Flexible enrollment, extended day.
Beth Tfiloh Nursery Camp
Pikesville
410-517-3451
mail@btcamps.org
June 22-Aug. 14
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. Campers use Beth Tfiloh School’s classrooms, gym, playground and outside areas. Half day, full day, extended day.
Between the Pipes
Growing Goalies (Girls Lacrosse)
McDonogh School
410-823-4392
dixone20@comcast.net
June 21-23
Grades 3-8
Instruction for the intermediate and beginner level goalkeeper will be given along with the opportunity to apply what is learned into game like situations. Basic goalie skills will be 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
June 23-25
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 such areas as footwork, angles, quickness and stickwork. Communication with defense, play outside the crease, field strategies and tactics will be emphasized.
Broadway Junior
Owings Mills
410 902 1814
pumpkintheatre@verizon.net
Aug. 3-15
Ages 8-14
This three-week session introduces students to musical theatre. Students will play games and also rehearse and perform a cabaret style show. Less intense than the Conservatory, students will have a fun time playing and learning as they do so! A great preparatory class for future MTC students.
Camp BeeTree
Parkton
410-823-6500
sthompson@towsonpres.org
July 13-20
Grades rising 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
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 Rock
Parkville
410-665-7461
director@camprockmd.com
June 15-Aug. 14
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
Check website for 2015 dates
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 Summer Performance Workshop
Essex
443-840-2426
cpm@ccbcmd.edu
July 20-Aug. 7
Ages 6-12 (must be 6 years by June 1) 
3-Week Session: Students produce a show from start to finish – auditions to performance. Morning sessions include segments of theatre, movement, music, prop construction and theatre production. The afternoon session consists of rehearsals for the musical “Bugsy Malone, Jr.,” which will be presented at public performances Aug. 5-6.
Club Scientific Chesapeake
Various locations
443-928-6772
victor@clubscientific.com
June-August
Ages 4-15
40 themed camps with topics in chemistry, earth, life, food and physical science as well as technology camps in rocket science, technology, robotics and engineering, film and special effects, and video game design.
College for Kids
Towson
collegeforkids@towson.edu
July 27-31
Ages 4 through rising grade 5
College for Kids provides enrichment for children of exceptional intellectual ability. The instructional focus is on extending children’s existing fund of knowledge through first-hand, creative experiences. Our fun and challenging courses provide children with an earlier, more in-depth and more multi-faceted perspective than is usually available in traditional educational settings.
Community Art Center at Towson University Summer Art Camp
Towson
410-704-2351
cac@towson.edu
Check website for 2015 dates
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
June 1-Aug. 28

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
info@CSAKarate.com
June 8-Aug. 28
Ages 4-12
An indoor camp with outdoor activities, campers enjoy karate and other styles of the martial arts, daily swimming, arts and crafts, nature walks and more. Run by an amazing team that nurtures campers and their individual needs.
Drama Camp - Woodbrook Players
Towson
443-608-4022
Woodbrookplayers@gmail.com
Aug. 3-7
Middle school students
Explore the fundamentals of performing on stage. Campers will learn lines and blocking and create costumes and scenery while being coached in acting, voice and movements. On the last day of camp students will present their scene or monologue to family and friends.
Genesee Valley Camp
Parkton
410-343-0101
camp@geneseevalley.org
June 15-Aug. 21
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.
Greenspring Summer Fun
Lutherville
410-321-8555
swolf@greenspringmontessori.org
June 22-Aug. 7
Ages 18 months-12
The Greenspring Summer Fun program offers a fun-filled, nurturing and non-competitive environment in which to learn and play. Come explore science, nature, history and geography; create music, art and craft projects; and learn skills through cooking and recreational sports. Children and their families will enjoy our small, family-like atmosphere.
Irvine Nature Center
Owings Mills
443-738-9200
info@explorenature.org
Check website for 2015 dates
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.
JA BizTown
Summer Venture
Owings Mills
410-753-3292
rgolloub@jamaryland.org
June 22-26
Ages 9-12
In Junior Achievement of Central Maryland’s 10th annual summer camp, children will learn about business, financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship, and present their own business plans.
JCC Aquatics
Adventure Camp
Owings Mills
410-559-3536
sszembroth@jcc.org
June 22-Aug. 14
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
410-559-3512
abram@jcc.org
June 22-Aug. 14
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 Camp Milldale Inclusion Program
Reisterstown
410-559-3513
sdeems@jcc.org
June 22-July 17 & July 20-Aug. 14
Grades 5-12
Camp Milldale’s Inclusion Program serves children with a range of learning, developmental, social, emotional and physical disabilities. 
JCC Day Camp at Milldale
Reisterstown
410-559-3513
June 22-Aug. 14
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 Karate Camp
Owings Mills
410-559-3553
jen@csakarate.com
jcc.org/camps
June 8-Aug. 28
Ages 4-12
Campers earn belts and gain self-confidence while being nurtured and appreciated for their individual personalities and needs. Skills taught will improve awareness, endurance, flexibility, coordination, control and relaxation.
JCC Leaders in Training (LIT) at Camp Milldale
Reisterstown
410-559-3547
bkerxton@jcc.org
June 22-July 17 & July 20-Aug. 14
Grades 10-11
Teens: Make the most of your summer and apply to be a Leader in Training (LIT) at Camp Milldale! As an LIT, you’ll be mentored by senior Camp Milldale staff while also acting as a role model for younger campers. You will have many opportunities to develop skills as a leader, earn community service hours and make new friends.
JCC Maccabi Sports Camp
Owings Mills
410-559-3513
rgertsovich@jcc.org
June 22-Aug. 14
Grades 1-2 & 3-6
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, and outdoor play.
JCC Machon: The JCC Leadership Training
Owings Mills
410-484-4510
June 22-Aug. 14
Grades 9-10
Gain leadership skills and earn community service hours volunteering as junior counselors. First-year LITs are placed in a bunk with various grades, and second-year LITs get to select a grade and volunteer in specialty areas.
JCC Middle School Camp at Milldale
Reisterstown
410-559-3513
June 22-July 3, July 6-17, July 20-31
and Aug. 3-14
Grades 6-7
A program where middle school campers will experience age-appropriate camp activities and enjoy customizing much of their camp session. This program will be staffed by counselors familiar with this age group. Activities include field trips, overnights, professional coaches/instructors, and certification opportunities.
JCC Munchkin Tennis
Owings Mills
410-559-3513
astein@jcc.org 
June 8-Aug. 28
Grades 3-5
Young campers learn basic tennis skills using the Quick Start method with reduced-sized courts, smaller racquets and special balls. All activities are held indoors, lunch and playground time are outdoors.
JCC Performing Arts Camp
Owings Mills
410-559-3513
mberman@jcc.org
July 6-17 & 20-31
Grades 1-5
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 Tennis
Owings Mills
410-559-3538
astein@jcc.org 
June 15-Aug. 21
Ages 5-14
Campers stay active with a mixture of drills and hitting games coupled with fast moving and fun indoor gym games. All of this is done in a fun, nurturing environment that allows campers to build friendship, speed, skill and agility.
JCC Tennis & Sports
Owings Mills
410-559-3538
astein@jcc.org 
June 8-12 & Aug. 24-28
Ages 5-14
Campers stay active with a mixture of drills and hitting games coupled with fast moving and fun indoor gym games. All of this is done in a fun, nurturing environment that allows campers to build friendship, speed, skill, and agility.
JCC Tennis CIT Camp
Owings Mills
410-559-3538
astein@jcc.org 
June 8-Aug. 28
Age 15
CIT campers learn how to teach tennis, set-up/clean-up and organize games. They also get a chance to improve their own game and enhance their fitness routine.
JCC TNT
(Top-Notch Teens) Camp
Owings Mills
410-559-3547
bkerxton@jcc.org
June 22-July 17 & July 20-Aug. 14
Grades 7-8
Teens will have fun connecting with other Jewish middle-schoolers while building leadership skills and earning community service hours. Mornings are spent assisting in one of our Owings Mills JCC summer camps including Noah’s Ark, Tennis Camp, Sports Camp, Performing Arts Camp, Aquatics Camps or Babysitting. Teens get to help plan some of the activities we do at camp. Afternoons are spent in electives that teens help create.
Lakeside Day Camp
Cockeysville
410-252-2046
info@padoniaparkclub.com
Mid-June to Mid-August
Ages 5-13 
Outdoor summer fun for your child from one day to 10 weeks! General Activities Camp includes swimming, sports, and a host of other activities celebrating fun weekly themes. An Adventure Camp option for includes zipline, marksmanship (air rifles), Archery, climbing wall fun and more!
Mast Tennis Academy
Various locations
443-739-3655
david@masttennisacademy.com
June-August
Ages 4-16 (co-ed)
We have children of all ages and abilities enjoying tennis camp since 1995. We have several different locations in Baltimore County, Baltimore City and Harford County.
McDonogh Summer Programs
Owings Mills
443-544-7100
summer@mcdonogh.org
June 22-31
Ages 4-18
The McDonogh Summer Programs include an array of traditional day camps, academic experiences, and day and overnight sports clinics.
Musical Theatre
Conservatory
Owings Mills
410-902-1814
pumpkintheatre@verizon.net
July 6-25
Ages 11-17
The conservatory produces a full-length musical during which young actors will learn the process of producing a play, auditioning, character study, scene work, musical production, and voice production and is targeted to serious students of musical theater.
Musical Theatre
Summer Camp
Towson
410-837-0971
info@MusicalArtistsTheatre.com
June 22-July 2
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
June 15-Aug. 7
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
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. Overnight accommodations available.
Noah’s Ark
Owings Mills
410-559-3557
epeisach@jcc.org
June 22-Aug. 14
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
June 22-Aug. 14
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
June 22-31

Ages 3½ to 12

Park Camps will provide action packed, wholesome experiences for campers. Campers will explore the woods, stream, and pond on the 100-acre campus. Day camps (Cubs, Bears & Bruins) as well as special-focus camps that provide opportunities for girls and boys (“Are We There Yet?” Excursion Camp). 
Peabody Preparatory
Summer Session 2014
Towson 
410-234-4630
peabodyprep@jhu.edu
June 19-Aug. 1
All ages
Young children dance and pre-professional, August intensive dance, open ballet/contemporary for teens and up; music instruction individual/group classes, string/harp/voice specialty programs.
Pine Ridge Golf Camp
Towson
410-444-4933
CoachJGolf@gmail.com
July-August
Ages 7-16
Our goal is to establish a solid foundation for every player. We stress the fundamentals every day so that participants will have learned the importance of a good grip, set-up, posture, alignment, short game and full swing fundamentals.  We also emphasize the “play” aspect of the game.
Pumpkin Theatre
Owings Mills
410-902-1814
pumpkintheatre@verizon.net
June-August
Ages 4-17
Camps led by theater professionals. The programs are designed to develop new skills while having fun. Musical Theatre Conservatory – Guys and Dolls (ages 11 to 17); Broadway JR – Two-week camp (ages 8-14); Creative Drama 1, ages 4-6; Creative Drama 2, ages 7-9.
St. James Academy Summer Program
Monkton
410-771-4816
JConnelly@saintjamesacademy.org
June 8-Aug. 28 
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. Paul’s Plus
Brooklandville
410-823-0061
ecooke@stpaulsplus.org
June 15-Aug. 21
Ages 3-5 (2-year-olds must be enrolled
for the fall school year)
You may choose which weeks of the summer you would like your child to attend; however, there is a two-week minimum. Activities include water play, sports, arts and crafts, cooking and special visitors.
St. Timothy’s
Summer Riding Camp
Stevenson
410-486-7400 3143
eblaisdell@stt.org
June 22-Aug. 14
Ages 8-14
One riding session per day, horse care and training opportunities for guest speakers and local field trips. Demonstration day for parents, crafts and more!
Summer at Loyola Blakefield
Towson
443-841-3328
babbott@loyolablakefield.org
June 8-Aug. 7
Ages 6-18
From our excellent academics, enrichment, outdoor adventure, drivers education, robotic, cooking, visual and performing arts, to our fantastic sports camps, Summer at Loyola Blakefield offers you fun, education, and a rewarding summer experience!
Summer Camp at
The Odyssey School
Stevenson
410-580-5551
summercamp@theodysseyschool.org
Check website for 2015 dates
Grades 1-8
Summer Camp at The Odyssey School is a specialized summer camp for children with dyslexia and other language learning differences. Instruction in writing and reading in the morning, and games, sports, and outdoor discovery in the afternoon!  
Summer Daze at Woodbrook Early Education Center
Towson
410-377-8918
dawnb@woodbrook.org
June 15-Aug. 7
Ages 3-9
Summer Daze is a program specially designed to encourage your child to explore new experiences through age-appropriate specials in science, art, cooking, sports and music. Bi-weekly themes help guide games, activities and lessons.
The Goddard School
Sparks
410-472-2232
sparksmd@goddardschool.com
Year Round
Ages 6 weeks-Rising grade 1
It’s more than just daycare. The Goddard School located in Sparks offers a childcare program that nurtures a lifelong love of learning by providing dedicated teachers in a private preschool setting.
The Good Shepherd Summertime Camp
Towson
410-825-7139
Aco3553@aol.com
June 1-July 23, no Fridays
Ages 3-6
Fun thematic activities are planned to develop skills and imagination. All sessions include friendships and fun, music, arts and crafts, circle time, outside time, sprinkler fun, story time and socialization. Summertime camp is taught by preschool teachers.
Towson University Summer Sports Camps
Towson
410-704-2759
sportscamps@towson.edu
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 Watersports Summer Camp
Middle River
410-335-5352
info@ultimatewaterports.com
June 22-Aug. 14
Ages 9-15
Kayaking, paddle boarding, sailing, and windsurfing. It’s broken into two age groups, 9-12 &12-15.
Ultimate Watersports Winter Camp
Timonium
410-335-5352
info@ultimatewatersports.com
Jan. 3, 10, 17, 24 and 31;
Feb. 7, 14, 21 and 28
Ages 9-16
Leaving from Timonium, campers will ride motor coaches to Ski Roundtop for a day of fun on the slopes.
Y Camp
Various locations
443-322-8000
ycamp@ymaryland.org
June 15-Aug. 21
Ages 4-17
Discover what you love at Y Camp! Choose from a variety of camps and interests including day camp, overnight camp, sports, swim, art, drama, science and more! Over 20 Y Camp locations near you. Register early for the best savings! Financial assistance is available.
Carroll County
Abrakadoodle
Art Education
Various locations
410-381-5566
lmarianelli@abrakadoodle.com
All summer

Ages 3½-9

Children will develop art skills, encourage their creativity and inspired by master and contemporary artists in half day camps throughout Central Maryland. Fun themes like Yummy Art, Beach Party Art, Storybook Art and many more!
Camp Invention
Various locations
800-968-4332
campinvention@invent.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
July 
Ages 4-6 
Each day students begin with a pre-ballet class, then watch a professional video performance or read a book relating to the theme of the week. Dancers create a costume or prop as an arts and crafts activity and then have rehearsal for their performance dance at the end of the week.
Carroll County
Dance Center
Sykesville
410-795-3255
info@carrollcountydancecenter.com
Aug. 3-7
Ages 6-12
One-week of camp with optional extended care. Students experience a wide variety of dance forms, including ballet, tap, jazz, modern and more. They design and create fabulous costumes and scenery and practice the fundamentals of stage make-up. Families are invited to attend a performance held at the end of the week. In addition to dancing, children go swimming, eat ice cream, tell stories and have a wonderful time!
Carroll County
Dance Center
Ballet Intensive
Sykesville
410-795-3255
info@carrollcountydancecenter.com
Aug. 10-21
Intermediate to advanced dancers. Guest Instructors from the Bolshoi Ballet Academy (Russia), Perm State Choreographic College and former principal dancer with the Donetsk Ballet Co. will be master teachers. Students will have ballet and pointe class daily, other classes include contemporary ballet, modern, jazz, Pilates, and more. Students will learn classical and contemporary repertory, with a performance at the end of the two weeks.
McDaniel College
Nike Field Hockey Camp
Westminster
1-800-645-3226
fieldhockey@ussportscamps.com
Check website for 2015 dates
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
info@rivervalleyranch.com
June 21- Aug. 14 (one week sessions)
Ages 4-17
Paintball, ziplines, horses and skateboarding. Experience your week of adventure with an awesome, loving, caring staff. For over 60 years RVR has offered extraordinary overnight camp experiences for 7-17 year olds. Now, even kids as young as 4 can attend RVR Day Camp.
Summer Kids@Carroll and Teen College
Westminster
410-386-8100
cet@carrollcc.edu
June 22-Aug. 7
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
June 15-Aug. 21
Ages 4-17
Discover what you love at Y Camp! Choose from a variety of camps and interests including day camp, overnight camp, sports, swim, art, drama, science and more! Over 20 Y Camp locations near you. Register early for the best savings! Financial assistance is available.
Cecil County
Camp Conowingo
Conowingo
410-358-9711
camp@gscm.org
June 15-Aug. 14
Ages 7-17 (girls)
Camp Conowingo has 600 wooded acres making it perfect for swimming, horseback riding, canoeing, archery, high and low ropes, arts and crafts, drama, and nature exploration. Led by experienced staff, the programs promote self-esteem as girls develop new skills, meet new friends and have a truly fun time.
Sandy Hill Camp
North East
410-287-5554
info@sandyhillcamp.com
June 21-Aug. 21
Ages 8-16 
One- and two-week overnight sessions for boys and girls located on 211 acres overlooking the Chesapeake Bay. Traditional camp program with a choice of activities: sailing, waterskiing, ropes course, archery, sports, creative and performing arts, horses, pool and zipline.
DC/Suburbs
Camp Invention
Various locations
800-968-4332
campinvention@invent.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
June 15-Aug. 8
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
June 15-Aug. 14 
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: Pre-K-Kindergarten, grades 1-4, grades 5-6 and Leader-in-Training, grades 7-11.
Club Scientific Chesapeake
Montgomery County
443-928-6772
victor@clubscientific.com
June-August
Ages 4-15
40 themed camps with topics in chemistry, earth, life, food and physical science as well as technology camps in rocket science, technology, robotics and engineering, film and special effects, and video game design.
GLUSC British
Soccer Camp
Laurel
301-502-6431
theglusc@gmail.com
June 22-26 & July 6-10
Ages 3-16
The most popular soccer camp in the country. Hundreds of Challenger coaches each year have helped the company develop one of the most innovative approaches to coaching youth soccer in the U.S. Their experienced staff studies the game at all levels and have identified the key techniques and skills that your players need to work on and master to reach their true potential.
GLUSC British
Soccer Spring Break
Laurel
301-502-6431
theglusc@gmail.com
April 6-10
Ages 3-16
Experienced staff studies the game at all levels and has identified the key techniques and skills that your players need to work on and master to reach their true potential. Each day includes individual foot skills, technical drills, tactical practices, small-sided games, coached scrimmages, and a daily World Cup tournament.
GLUSC TetraBrazil Soccer
Laurel
301-502-6431
theglusc@gmail.com
July 2-24 & July 27-31
Ages 6-16
TetraBrazil brings the flair and passion of Brazilian soccer to America and provide American players with the opportunity to experience first-hand the kind of soccer training that has made Brazil the most successful soccer nation in the world. The TetraBrazil system of coaching teaches Brazilian techniques, footwork and moves in a fun and challenging environment!
Kid Empowerment: Smashing ANTs plus Leadership FUNdamentals
Montgomery County
410-707-6288
nancy@smashingants.com
June 15-Aug. 7
Ages 6-13
Fun, hands-on activities with an emphasis on confidence building. Typical kids learning how to recognize and smash their ANTs (Automatic Non-Supportive Thoughts), developing their leadership skills and how to behave in a way that makes a difference in their own lives and their community.
Round House Theatre
Summer Programs
Silver Spring and Bethesda
301-585-1225
education@roundhousetheatre.org
Check website for 2015 dates
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.
Eastern Shore
Easter Seals Camp Fairlee
Chestertown
410-778-0566
fairlee@esdel.org
June-August
Ages 6 and up
Located on 250 rural acres, Camp Fairlee offers a week long traditional, residential, fully accessible summer camp experience for children and adults of all ages (over 6)  and all abilities. Climbing tower, zip line, pool, canoeing, horseback riding, arts/crafts, nature trails, campfires and lifelong friendships. Celebrating 60 years!
Frederick County
Camp Invention
Various locations
800-968-4332
campinvention@invent.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
June 21-Aug. 14
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
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.
Mast Tennis Academy
Various locations
443-739-3655
david@masttennisacademy.com
June-August
Ages 4-16 (co-ed)
We have children of all ages and abilities enjoying tennis camp since 1995. We have several different locations in Baltimore County, Baltimore City and Harford County.
The Highlands School
Summer Academic Program
Bel Air
410-836-1415
info@highlandsschool.net
June 29-31
Ages 7-14
Mid Jump Summer Program – 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
June 15-Aug. 21
Ages 4-17
Discover what you love at Y Camp! Choose from a variety of camps and interests including day camp, overnight camp, sports, swim, art, drama, science and more! Over 20 Y Camp locations near you. Register early for the best savings! Financial assistance is available.
Howard County
Abrakadoodle Art Education
Various locations
410-381-5566
lmarianelli@abrakadoodle.com
All summer

Ages 3½-9

Children will develop art skills, encourage their creativity and inspired by master and contemporary artists in half day camps throughout Central Maryland. Fun themes like Yummy Art, Beach Party Art, Storybook Art and many more!
Baltimore Tennis Patrons
Various locations
410-296-2100
tennis@tennispatrons.org
June 22-Aug. 2
Ages 4-17
We feature 10 & under classes, team tennis, cardio and the Grips Challenge. Expert coaches! Numerous locations. Select evening, weekday or weekend programs. Loaner racquets!
Bricks 4 Kidz
Ellicott City
410-927-5455
scrider@bricks4kidz.com
June-August
Ages 5 and up
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 Bricks 4 Kidz camp for your child. We keep our numbers low so your child gets a great experience.
Camp Bet Yeladim
Columbia
410-997-7378
bfrederick@betyeladim.org
June 22-Aug. 7
Ages 2-5
Full and part-day options. Enjoy field trips, 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.
Camp Attaway 
Columbia
410-730-2633
moreinfo@campattaway.org
June 26-July 17
Ages 7-13
Therapeutic recreation day camp for children with emotional, social and behavioral disorders. Activities include games, arts and crafts, nature, swimming and indoor rock climbing. 1:2 Staff (highly trained) to child. Parent education/support group. Scholarships available.
Camp Invention
Locations online
800-968-4332
campinvention@invent.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
info@longreach.org
June 22-July 3, July 6-17, July 20-31
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. Parents are invited to an end of session camper performance.
Center Ring
Circus Camp
Columbia
443-996-8197
gregorymay@verizon.net
June 22-Aug. 21
Ages 8-13
Learn fabric and bar trapeze, unicycle, tightrope, juggling, and pies in the face. The Center Ring Circus Camp builds self-esteem, balance, hand-eye coordination, and the ability to slip on a banana peel without getting hurt – all in a safe atmosphere of play and with a show at the end!
Circle D Farm
Summer Day Camp
Woodbine
301-854-6651
info@circledfarm.com
Check website for 2015 dates
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
June-August
Ages 4-15
40 themed camps with topics in chemistry, earth, life, food and physical science as well as technology camps in rocket science, technology, robotics and engineering, film and special effects, and video game design.
Columbia
Montessori School
Columbia
410-772-8353
cms4kids@verizon.net
June 8-Aug. 28

Ages 2½ (toilet trained) to 7 

Summer should be a fun time for children but also a time to learn important life skills, such as swimming, Spanish, music, art, yoga and soccer. We have been at our location since 1970 offering a variety of schedules to meet busy agendas.
Dance/Fitness/
Musical Theatre
Columbia
410-715 8764
genesisarts5@gmail.com
All summer
Ages 2-18
We offer dance, fitness and musical theatre camps with themes, technique and a focus on personal growth.
Dance Intensive
Ellicott City
410-480-1686
school@kineticsdance.org
Aug. 10-14
Ages 10 and up
Our dance intensive offers dancers a chance to experience many different dance styles. 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!  There will be a performance the final day.
Dancing Fairytales by Kinetics Dance Theatre
Ellicott City
410-480-1686
school@kineticsdance.org
July 6-10
Ages 3-6
Share in a week of classic fairytales where 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. Each day will consist of dance and crafts inspired by the story of the day. 
Draganov School of Soccer
Columbia
443 352 3497
draganovsoccer@yahoo.com
July 13-17, July 20-24, July 27-31
Ages 5-18
Centrally located on the Howard Community College campus professional coaches will train players in speed, agility and technical skills with intensive training on fast footwork and tactical skills. Mid-day players will come indoors to eat lunch and may choose to use the pool, game room or review soccer videos.
Glenelg Country School
Ellicott City
410-531-8600
summerprograms@glenelg.org
June 22-July 31
Ages 4-17
Summer programs on an 87-acre wooded campus that include traditional day, adventure, sport and specialized camps. Campers enjoy opportunities to utilize the pool, tennis courts, playing fields, computers and other amenities. Extended day programs, swim lessons and pool memberships available.
Howard County
Arts Council’s
Visual & Performing
Arts Camp
Ellicott City
410-313-2787
info@hocoarts.org
June 22-Aug. 14
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 and Elkridge
410-465-8877
camp@hcconservancy.org
June 22-Aug. 14
Ages 5-12
The Conservancy offers eight weeks of full-day nature camps in one-week sessions at our Mt. Pleasant location in Woodstock and our Belmont location in Elkridge. Our nature camps encourage children to learn about Howard County’s natural history through hikes, experiments and hands-on exploration of our nature centers and parkland.
Junior Dance Intensive
Ellicott City
410-480-1686
school@kineticsdance.org
Aug. 10-14
Ages 7-9
This intensive is designed for younger students who want to train in 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! Previous dance experience required. Join the older dancers in a cumulative performance!
Kid Empowerment: Smashing ANTs plus Leadership FUNdamentals
Various locations
410-707-6288
nancy@smashingants.com
June 15-Aug. 7
Ages 6-13
Fun, hands-on activities with an emphasis on confidence building. Typical kids learning how to recognize and smash their ANTs (Automatic Non-Supportive Thoughts), developing their leadership skills and how to behave in a way that makes a difference in their own lives and their community.
Kids on Campus at
Howard Community College
Columbia
443-518-4110
koc@howardcc.edu
June 22-Aug. 14
Ages 7-17
Celebrating our 29th summer of unique academic enrichment activities at HCC for students ages 7-17. We offer half- day and full- day options as well as before and after care. Choose from over 250 different classes combining arts, smarts, and a la cartes.
Moo-ve It: An Animal
Exploration Dance Camp
by Kinetics Dance Theatre
Ellicott City
410-480-1686
school@kineticsdance.org
July 27-31
Ages 3-6
A week of dance where kids explore movement inspired by animals and move to animal themed songs. Two dance classes will be offered each day, one creative movement and one specialty class such as ballet, hip-hop and tap dance. Each day will devote time to crafts and stories featuring your favorite animals. This camp is a great introduction to dance in a fun and creative environment.
Power to Move: A Movement for Boys Camp by Kinetics Dance Theatre
Ellicott City
410-480-1686
school@kineticsdance.org
June 22-26
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 (a form of martial arts that combines the elements of dance and music). Each day has time devoted to craft activities and an obstacle course. This camp is geared towards creativity, strength, agility, coordination and fun! 
Rising Stars Dance Camp by Kinetics Dance Theatre
Ellicott City
410-480-1686
school@kineticsdance.org
July 20-24
Ages 7-9
Do you have a child that loves to be in the spotlight? This camp helps teach kids the sparkle, skills and confidence needed to follow their dreams. The day will consist of a variety of dance styles, games and activities. There will be two dance classes taught each day including styles such as ballet, jazz, lyrical, hip hop, musical theatre and more. Parents will be invited for a brief showing at the end of the week. 
SAC Soccer
Training Academy
Ellicott City
410-203-9590
asksac@sac-hc.org
Varies throughout the summer
Ages 5-14
The structure of the SAC Training Academy is based on a combination of the highest quality soccer instruction with a fun atmosphere that encourages the player’s love of the game. SAC Training Academy is a highly organized and well-supervised camp environment utilizing innovative and challenging training sessions.
SAC Spring Break
Soccer Camp
Ellicott City
410-203-9590
asksac@sac-hc.org
March 30-April 3
Ages 5-14
The Soccer Association of Columbia hosts Spring Break camps at the Lucido Fields at Covenant Park each year. All sessions are run by licensed coaches. Both full day and half-day sessions are offered. SAC also offers extended care 4-6 p.m. for an additional fee.
The Sensory Station
Columbia
443-917-2177
TheSensoryStation@gmail.com
July 6-August 14
Ages 4-5
The Sensory Station offers Kindergarten readiness camp for children 4 and 5, designed to introduce reading and writing through group activities.  In our Kindergarten and 1st grade reading camp, for kids 5 to 7, instructors review and introduce skills throughout the summer in a fun and unique way.
Y Camp
Various locations
443-322-8000
ycamp@ymaryland.org
June 15-Aug. 21
Ages 4-17
Discover what you love at Y Camp! Choose from a variety of camps and interests including day camp, overnight camp, sports, swim, art, drama, science and more! Over 20 Y Camp locations near you. Register early for the best savings! Financial assistance is available.
Pennsylvania
Capital Camps
Waynesboro
301-468-2267
info@capitalcamps.org
June 21-Aug. 14
Ages 8-17
The premier Jewish overnight camp serving campers from the greater Washington area, Baltimore, and Northern and Southern Virginia. Our talented staff provides experiences full of laughter, friendship and memories while challenging campers to try new things, to be independent and to grow as individuals. 
Camp Invention
locations online
800-968-4332
campinvention@invent.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 Superkids
New Freedom
717-578-0465
campsuperkids@gmail.com
July 12-17

7½ to 12

Camp Superkids is a fun and educational summer camp experience for children with asthma. Come learn more their asthma while having a traditional summer camp experience. Activities included are swimming, arts and crafts, archery, team sports, dance and music. This is a great way for campers to meet new friends, gain experiences outside their homes, and in general have a great summer!
Virginia
Camp Invention
Various locations
800-968-4332
campinvention@invent.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.
Wilderness Adventure at Eagle Landing
New Castle, Va.
540-864-6792
info@wilderness-adventure.com
June 21-Aug. 15
Ages 8-17
Designed and led by inspiring leaders, WA is an all-outdoor Adventure Camp. Kids and teens will backpack, rock climb, canoe, mountain bike, whitewater kayak, and more while developing positive mental, moral and physical leadership traits.
West Virginia
Camp Tall Timbers
west of Winchester, Va.
800-862-2678
glenn@camptalltimbers.com
June 21-Aug. 15
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.
Camp Twin Creeks
Marlinton, W.Va.
800-451-8806
info@camptwincreeks.com
June 21-Aug. 15
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
Check website for 2015 dates
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.
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