Summer camps offer supervision while giving kids many other benefits as well. There are so many camps to choose from it’s hard to tell you about them all, but here are some worth putting in the spotlight.
This camp is located in the foothills of East Tennessee. Long View Ranch is for rising 4th-12th graders. The camp offers water shining, canoeing, horses, paintball, and arts and crafts just to name a few. Their goal is “to build relationships with friends and with the Lord that will last for the “long view of eternity.”
After 61 years of summer camp experience, this Florida camp is for kids’ ages 6-16 and/or family adventures. They keep their guests entertained with over 25 different activities including excursions to major theme parks like SeaWorld and Magic Kingdom. They submit a natural setting on 500 acres of land with three endangered species and 65 horses. A special note, after six years of being a camper there a camper owns their own horse.
Got a teenager between the ages of 13-18 who loves technology? iD Programming Academy has camps located in various states throughout the US that is perfect for the young inventor because the instructors focus on teaching code, app development, and robotics engineering. Students who plan to go into this field of study gain accredited continuing education units for attending. This would be a solid camp for education and fun for your young adult.
This camp for kids ages 6-15 is located in Northeast Ohio. This adventure has something for various types of kids. It offers archery, riflery, drama, sailing, woods lore and more. They keep the ratio of campers to adults 1:4. The atmosphere of this camp is what makes it stand out against the rest.
Emagination is a camp like none other. It offers kids ages 8-17 the chance to spend their summers learning new technology things, but still enjoy loads of summer activities. They have locations in Georgia, Illinois, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania. Their camp sessions also include weekends.
Camp Hilltop is located in the Catskill region of New York. There are sixty fun activities for the campers to stay entertained. They focus on team building skills primarily. They even offer first time campers a discount for attending their summer camp.
Camp Cody has been in New Hampshire since 1926. They take care of kids ages 7-15. They offer team and individual sports. They also cover the performing arts, waterfront activities, and special trips.
This summer program in Beverly Hills, CA for teens is all about gaining knowledge on all things media. For a future movie producer, this program would help them see what the life would truly be like. They learn how to create original content, shoot on Hollywood sets, and even learn sports photography with a Sports Illustrated pro.
If you have a kid ages 9-15 who is a science lover, then Aquatic Science Adventure Camp located in Texas is for them. They will get to experiment with many factors of the marine life. The campers will also learn how to scuba and snorkel. The best part may be the glass-bottom boat ride.
Camp Highlander is your traditional summer camp based in North Carolina. Their motto is they want campers to leave their camp having “learned life lessons such as courage, honesty, integrity, and faith.” They want their campers to have built lifelong relationships and memories. They even offer family trips.
This is just a few short snippets of information about some of the most interesting summer camps I came across while doing research.
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